2 edition of RESOURCE TRANSITIONS AND ENERGY GAIN: CONTEXTS OF ORGANIZATION found in the catalog.
RESOURCE TRANSITIONS AND ENERGY GAIN: CONTEXTS OF ORGANIZATION
Written in English
|Series||CONSERVATION ECOLOGY, 7,3, 2003|
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Back to top Introduction and aims. This paper, written by an economist, from a discipline focused mostly on the present and the future, has four aims: to argue that historical analyses offer insights into past energy transitions that are of value to non-historians who study past, current and prospective energy transitions and, where appropriate, to policy-makers who seek to grapple with them. Book — 1 online resource. Summary Direct imaging is a method to detect and study extra solar planets, which consists in spatially resolving the light of the planet from the light of the star around which it . The MBA Energy combines Cranfield’s expertise in energy and power with the School of Management’s worldwide reputation in leadership development. The University’s industrial-scale facilities include an ocean systems laboratory, gas turbine plant, anaerobic digestion plant and high temperature coating test facilities, which enable us to.
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