Red Water

Author: Antoinette Moses
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ISBN: 9783852720081
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When the hackers adolescents Tricia and Daniel discover that a local company may be involved in a sinister conspiracy of carbon trading, suddenly they discover that their lives are in danger. As the father of Tricia is involved, Tricia can protect your family and Daniel?

Red Water

Author: Judith Freeman
Publisher: Anchor
ISBN: 0307427439
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In 1857, at a place called Mountain Meadows in southern Utah, a band of Mormons and Indians massacred 120 emigrants. Twenty years later, the slaughter was blamed on one man named John D. Lee, previously a member of Brigham Young’s inner circle. Red Water imagines Lee’s extraordinary frontier life through the eyes of three of his nineteen wives. Emma is a vigorous and capable Englishwoman who loves her husband unconditionally. Ann, a bride at thirteen years old, is an independent adventurer. Rachel is exceedingly devout and married Lee to be with her sister, his first wife. These spirited women describe their struggle to survive Utah’s punishing landscape and the poisonous rivalries within their polygamous family, led by a magnetic, industrious, and considerate husband, who was also unafraid of using his faith to justify desire and ambition. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Red Water

Author: Mike Bartholomees
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479727784
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The Red Water is a tale of courage and perseverance in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. Khoto Wilstock embarks on a dangerous journey to learn the truth that could save his people, his home and his way of life. The Red Water has not visited his land for four generations and legend has replaced fact. Water, the life blood of the ancient Chartoc Mountains and all it's inhabitants, has mysteriously turned bitter. The spring thaw has raised the level of the majestic Crystal river to near flood stages over a month early. Trees are suddenly dieing in Middle Country and the Lotbar are unable to stop the devastation. The cry of war has plunged both Lotbar and Thomlin into terror and unstoppable destruction. Khoto believes all these events are somehow intertwined. Together with a small human, Khoto attempts the impossible. It is a powerful and complusively readable story about how a tiny, average creature can make a difference when willingness is combined with action to overcome fears.

Red Water Black Gold

Author: Margaret A. Bickers
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 1625110286
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Red Water, Black Gold: The Canadian River in Texas 1920–1999 tells the story of the Canadian River in the Texas Panhandle. It is a tale of grand designs, high hopes, deep holes, politics, fishing, follies, foibles, and environmental change. Although efforts had been made to tap the Canadian River’s waters before 1920, the discovery of oil in the Panhandle gave new urgency to the search for permanent water supplies. Additionally, the spread of groundwater irrigation amid the discovery of the limits of Ogallala Aquifer spurred regional interests to tap the Canadian. But overestimates of the river’s flow and unfamiliarity with the critical role groundwater played in maintaining that flow led to complications and frustrations, culminating in a lawsuit over the location of the banks of a seemingly waterless river. This book is a valuable addition to the water history of Texas and the American West and to the growing body of worldwide regional water histories. Combining traditional historical sources with hydrology, climatology, and geology, Red Water, Black Gold complicates the traditional story of top-down water management as well as telling the thus-far untold story of the Canadian River in Texas.

Red Tides

Author: Tomotoshi Okaichi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402015120
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This book examines large-scale outbreaks of red tide along coastal areas, which is associated with fish and shellfish mass mortalities through poisoning. This book discusses the red tide phenomena throughout the world, including biological research results on taxonomy of cyst and vegetative cells of red tide organisms and ecological and physiological studies using ecological modeling.

Evaluation Of Six Options For Obtaining Red Water

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The mission of the U.S. Army Environmental Center (AEC) includes conducting research and development in support of environmental compliance at Army installations. The AEC is conducting a research and development program to select and demonstrate the best available treatment technology for red water in support of environmental compliance at Army ammunition plants (AAPs). Red water is an aqueous effluent generated during production of trinitrotoluene (TNT) and is a listed hazardous waste. There is a key ingredient in many of military ordnances. The AEC previously completed a comparative evaluation of thirty potential red water treatment technologies. The evaluation resulted in identification of two technologies, wet air oxidation and circulating bed combustion, that are sufficiently advanced to warrant pilot-scale demonstration. However, the demonstrations cannot be conducted until a source of approximately 50,0(x) gallons of red water is secured.

Red Water

Author: Robert Edmond Alter
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ISBN: 9781479435258
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Jess Hanna is shanghaied aboard a whaling ship. Unlike most boys in the 1820s, Jess has no desire for the danger of a sailor's life, and he suffers greatly from the filth and backbreaking labor of the whaler. From the beginning, the voyage is beset by storms, accidents, and an evil scheme of the first mate to "lose" the ship and its cargo in the icy Antarctic Sea. But Jess, who never intended a whaler's career, grows to maturity during this time at sea and learns that justice is not easily attained.

Toxicity And Metabolism Of Explosives

Author: Jehuda Yinon
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781439805299
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The purpose of this important monograph is to provide the reader with a better understanding of the toxicity, channels of absorption, and metabolism of explosives by the body. This one-of-a-kind work also incorporates the symptoms and clinical manifestations of poisoning by these compounds. It discusses how the disposal of explosives and their degr