These beautifully illustrated, full-color volumes explore process and change from the origins of the smallest living organisms to the bounds of the solar system. Each fully illustrated volume contains 60-80 articles and hundreds of photographs, maps and illustrations. The new volume, Biomes and Habitats, explores the varied habitats of the Earth, covering the locales of various plant and animal species and the advantages and disadvantages of these habitats. The volume also includes diagrams illustrating evolutionary relationships between species, maps showing distributions of successful species, lists of endangered species worldwide, a geological time chart, a bibliography and a comprehensive index.
Available in the United States and Canada only
"Some reference books deserve to be purchased just for the fabulous and instructive illustrations that can be used to help young people understand very complex science concepts. This series does wonders with photographs, illustrations, charts, and maps, most of which are in color, to illuminate the wondrous world of science."
-- Blanche and David's Reference for Students on www.galegroup.com
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