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Author by : Brian Keene Languange Used : en Release Date : 2011-05 Publisher by : ISBN : 1936383616 File Size : 43,6 Mb Total Download : 272
As zombies, driven by the need to kill and feed off human flesh, terrorize the streets, a small group of survivors finds a safe haven in an old Coast Guard ship out at sea where their isolation soon becomes their downfall.
Author by : Tina M. Niemi Languange Used : en Release Date : 1997 Publisher by : Oxford University Press, USA ISBN : 0195087038 File Size : 51,5 Mb Total Download : 731
Located 400 meters below sea level, at the tectonically active irregular boundary between the Mediterranean and Arabic plates, the Dead Sea is the site of many interesting phenomena. It provides a modern analog for ancient pull-apart basins and allows researchers to examine the process of evaporite deposition from deep water. It also offers insight into the adaptive ability of the life form living in the hypersaline brine. This book, based on a conference held in Tel Aviv in December 1993, focuses on the geophysics, geochemistry, hydrology, and climatology of the Dead Sea region.
Author by : Barbara Kreiger Languange Used : en Release Date : 2016-03-21 Publisher by : Indiana University Press ISBN : 9780253019592 File Size : 44,5 Mb Total Download : 362
For centuries travelers have been drawn to the stunning and mysterious Dead Sea and Jordan River, a region which is unlike any other on earth in its religious and historical significance. In this exceptionally engaging and readable book, Barbara Kreiger chronicles the natural and human history of these storied bodies of water, drawing on accounts by travelers, pilgrims, and explorers from ancient times to the present. She conveys the blend of spiritual, touristic, and scientific motivations that have driven exploration and describes the modern exploitation of the lake and the surrounding area