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Running Dry: Essays on Energy, Water, and Environmental Crisis

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by Toby Craig Jones
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Running Dry: Essays on Energy, Water, and Environmental Crisis by Toby Craig Jones

In Running Dry, historian Toby Jones explores the various ways that modern society's unquenchable thirst for carbon-based energy is endangering water, particularly in the Western United States where there has been a rapid push to extract newfound energy resources alongside the accelerating loss or pollution of critical water resources.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 112
Size: 743 KB
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9780813569949 (DRM-PDF)

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