:: UXL Encyclopedia of Science

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Description from the publisher:
This resource provides clear, nontechnical information on more than 600 scientific theories, life forms, inventions, controversies and discoveries - written in language that makes sense to all students.

This new edition includes approximately 50 new essays and more than 250 fully updated entries.

Covering the physical, life and earth sciences as well as engineering, technology, math, environmental science, anthropology and psychology, the Encyclopedia is sure to address all the topics that students and younger researchers want to know about.

Includes approximately 600 color and black-and-white photographs.

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