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D. Clarke

Full Name: D. Clarke
Number of Works: 14
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ISBN: 0791461319, 9780791461310
Keywords: panpsychism
Pages: 192
Published: 2004
  • Rating: 100%
ISBN: 0435975285, 9780435975289
Keywords: chrysallids
Pages: 55
Published: 1995
  • Rating: 100%
ISBN: 907787495X, 9789077874950
Keywords: insider, perspective, countries, twelve, classrooms, mathematics
Pages: 408
Published: 2006

This book reports the accounts of researchers investigating the eighth grade mathematics classrooms of teachers in Australia, China, the Czech Republic, Germany, Israel, Japan, Korea, The Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden and the USA. This combination of countries gives good representation to different European and Asian educational traditions, affluent and less affluent school systems, and mono-cultural and multi-cultural societies. Researchers within each local group focused their analyses on those aspects of practice and meaning most closely aligned with the concerns of the local
ISBN: 0750309172, 9780750309172
Keywords: fourth, practice, principles, astronomy
Pages: 475
Published: 1977
  • Rating: 60%

Despite remarkable advances in astronomy, space research, and related technology since the first edition of this book was published, the philosophy of the prior editions has remained the same throughout. However, because of this progress, there is a need to update the information and present the new findings. In the fourth edition of Astronomy: Principles and Practice, much like the previous editions, the celebrated authors give a comprehensive and systematic treatment to the theories of astronomy.This reference furthers your study of astronomy by presenting the basic software and hardware
ISBN: 0750309849, 9780750309844
Keywords: fourth, universe, structure, astronomy
Pages: 500
Published: 2009

Updated and expanded to include the many exciting developments in modern astronomy and experimental observations, Astronomy: Structure of the Universe, Fourth Edition explores the observable features of the universe and contains new information derived from recent experiments and space missions. The first part describes our solar system and its members, giving special attention to the Sun, Earth, and Moon. The second section treats the nature of matter and its behavior in stellar bodies and interstellar matter under a wide range of physical conditions. The third part discusses our galaxy in de
ISBN: 0852744668, 9780852744666
Keywords: universe, structure, astronomy
Pages: 290
Published: 1982

This volume describes the observable features of the universe. The first part describes our Solar System and its members, giving special attention to the Sun, Earth and Moon. The second part treats the nature of matter and its behaviour in stellar bodies and interstellar matter under a wide range of physical conditions. The third part discusses our Galaxy in detail before considering external galaxies and ending with questions of cosmology and cosmogony. The third edition contains much new information derived from recent experiments and space missions. The text is updated throughout.
ISBN: 0852743939, 9780852743935
Keywords: practice, principles, astronomy
Pages: 376
Published: 1994

Despite remarkable advances in astronomy, space research, and related technology since the first edition of this book was published, the philosophy of the prior editions has remained the same throughout. However, because of this progress, there is a need to update the information and present the new findings. In the fourth edition of Astronomy: Principles and Practice, much like the previous editions, the celebrated authors give a comprehensive and systematic treatment to the theories of astronomy.This reference furthers your study of astronomy by presenting the basic software and hardware