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BOOKS AND BOUND REPORTS
Amesz, J.; Photosynthesis; Elsevier; New York, NY; 1987; call QD415 N48 v.15.
Appleby, A. John and Foulkes, Frank R.; Fuel Cell Handbook; Van Nostrand Reinhold;
1989 call TK2931 F84 1989.
Bailey, Ronald, editor; The True State of the Planet;1995 by the Competitive
Enterprise Institute; published by The Free Press - Simon & ASchuster, Inc.; New York, NY;
call GE195 B35 1995.
Balmer, Robert T.; Thermodynamics; St. Paul; West Publishing Co.; 1990;
call TJ265 B195 1990.
Bird, Eric Charles Frederick; Submerging coasts: the effect of a rising
sea level on coastal environments; Ney York; John Wiley & Sons; 1993; call
GB451.2 B58 1993.
Bonnet, Robert L.; Botany; TAB Books; Blue Ridge Summit, PA; 1991;
call QK52.6 B64 1991.
Billings, Roger E.; The hydrogen world view; American Academy of
Science; Independence, MO; 1991; call TP359 H8 B55 1991.
Blomen, Leo J.M.J. and Mugerwa, Michael N.; Fuel Cell Systems; Plenum
Press; 1993 call TK2931 F836 1993.
Bohnert, Hans J. and Govindjee; Molecular biology of photosynthesis;
Academic Publishers; Boston, MA; 1988; call QK882 M833 1988.
Burroughs, William J., et al.; The Nature Company Guides - Weather;
Time Life Books; Richmond, Virginia; 1996 call 551.5 WE (Lancaster County Public
Library, Kilmarnock, Virginia 22482).
Calvert, Jack C.; Atmospheric processes in eastern North America;
Washington, D.C.; National Academy Press; 1983; call TD196 A25 A23 1983.
Calvert, Jack C.; SO2, NO, and NO2 oxidation mechanisms:
atmospheric considerations; Boston, MA; Butterworth Publishers; 1984;
call TD885.5 S8 S67 1984.
Calbert, Jack G.; The Chemistry of the atmosphere: its impact on global change
; Boca Raton, FL; CRC Press; 1994; call QC879.6 C48 1994.
Cannon, James Spencer; Harnessing hydrogen: the key to sustainable
transportation; Inform; New York, NY; 1995; call TL229 H9 C36 1995.
Carnot, Sadi; Reflections on the motive power of fire and other papers on the
second law of thermodynamics by E. Clapeyron and R. Clausis; edited by Mendoza, E.; Gloucester, MA;
Casten, Thomas R.; Turning off the heat: why America must double energy
efficiency to save money and reduce global warming; Prometheus Books;
Amherst, NY; 1998; call TJ163.4 U6 C38 1998.
Christianson, Gale E.; Greenhouse - The 200-year Story of Global Warming;
Walker and Company; New York, NY; 1999 call QC981.8 G56 C48 1999.
Clayton, Roderick K.; Photosynthesis: physical mechanisms and chemical patterns;
Cambridge University Press; New York, NY; 1980; call QK882 C58.
Cox, Kenneth E. and Williamson, Jr., K.D.; Hydrogen, its technology and
implications; CRC Press; Cleveland; 1977; call TP359 H8 H9.
Crowe, Bernard J.; Fuel Cells - A Survey; NASA; 1973; Although old, it
gives an excellent explanation of fuel cell theory used in the Apollo and Gemini space
vehicles; College of William and Mary call TK2931C76.
Eaton, Thomas A.; Taking sides. Clashing views on controversial issues in
science, technology, and society; Duskin Publishing Group; Guilford, CT; 1995; call
Elliott, Thomas C. and Schwieger, Robert G.; The acid rain sourcebook;
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Flavin, Christopher; Climate of hope: new strategies for stabilizing the
world's atmosphere; Worldwatch Institute; Washington, DC; 1006; call QC981.8 C5 F44 1996.
Flavin, Christopher; Slowing global warming: a worldwide strategy;
Worldwatch Institute; Washington, DC; 1989; call QC981.8 G56 F43 October 1989.
Forster, Bruce A.; The acid rain debate: science and special interests in policy
formation; Ames, OA; Iowa State University Press; 1993; call TC195.5 F67 1993.
Govindjee; Bioenergetics of photosynthesis; Academic Press; New York,
NY; 1975; call QK882 C87.
Govindjee; Photosynthesis; Academic Press; New York, NY; 1982;
call QK882 P546 1982.
Gregory, R.P.F.; Biochemistry of photosynthesis; Wiley-Interscience;
New York, NY; 1971; call QK882 G74.
Hall, David Oakley; Photosynthesis; Cambridge University
Press; New York, NY; 1995; call QK882 H24 1995.
Heij, G.J. and Erisman, J.W.; Acid rain research: do we have enough answers?;
New York; Elsevier; 1995; call QH540.3 S8 v.64.
Horel, John DeWitt and Geisler, Jack; Global environmental change: an atmospheric
perspective; John Wiley & Sons; New York, NY; 1997; call GE149 H67 1997.
Houghton, John; Global Warming - The Complete Briefing; Cambridge University
Press, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY; 1997; call QC981.8 G56 H68 1997.
Houghton, John; Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; Climate change 1992: the supplementary
report to the IPCC scientific assessment;Cambridge University Press; New York NY;
1992; call QC981.8 C5 157 1992.
IEA; Energy and climate change: an IEA source-book for Kyoto and beyond;
OECD/IEA; Paris; 1997 call QC981 C5 E532 1997.
IEA; Greenhouse gas emissions: the energy dimension; Washington, D.C.;
1991; call TC885.5 G73 I58 1991.
IEA; The link between energy and human activity; OECD/IEA; Paris; 1997;
call HD9502 L56 1997 call HD9502 L56 1997.
Jepma, Catrinus J. and Munasinghe, Mohan; Climate Change Policy - Facts, Issues,
and Analyses; Cambridge University Press; Melbourne, Australia; 1998; College
of William and Mary call QC981.8 C5 J47 1998.
Kay, Jane Holtz; Asphalt Nation - how the automobile took over America and how
we can take it back; Berkeley, California; University of California Press;
1998; call HE5623 K36 1997.
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Academic Press; New York, NY; 1967; call QD501 K7557.
Kojima, Toshinori (translated by Harrison, Brian); The carbon dioxide problem: integrated energy and
environmental policies for the 21st century; Gordon and Breach Science
Publisher; New York, NY; 1998 call QC879.8 K6 1998.
Koppel, Tom; Powering the Future: The Ballard Fuel Cell and the Race to Change
the World; John Wiley & Sons Canada Ltd, Etobicoke, Ontario M9W 1L1; 1999; College
of William and Mary call HD9697.8324.834.1999.42009686es.
Kordesch, Karl and Simader, Bunter; Fuel Cells and Their Applications; John
Wiley & Sons; 1996 call TK2931 K664 1996.
Larminie, James & Dicks, Andrew; Fuel Cell Systems Explained;John Wiley &
Sons, Ltd, West Sussex, England; ISBN 0471490261; July 2000; this book is not in any library
in the world yet. We had to wait 3 months for it to be published. It was worth the wait. It's
Lawlor, David W.; Photosynthesis: molecular, physiological, and environmental
processes; John Wiley & Sons; New York, NY; 1993; call QK882 L37 1993.
Legge, Allan H.; Acidic deposition: sulphur and nitrogen oxides: the Alberta
Government/Industry Acidic Deposition Research Program; Chelsea, Mich.; Lewis Publishers;
1990; call TD195.54 C22 A432 1990.
Legge, Allan H.; Air pollutants and their effects on the terrestrial ecosystem
; New York; Wiley; 1986; call TD180 A38 v.18.
Legge, Allan H.; The oxides of nitrogen and their interactions in the environment:
a review; Calgary, CA; Canadian Petroleum Association; 1980; call TC885.5 N5 O9 1980.
Manne, A.S. and Richels, R.; IBuying Greenhouse Insurance: The economic cost of carbon dioxide emission limits;
MIT Press; 1992 call HG9994.3 M36 1992.
Mathis, David A.; Hydrogen technology for energy; Noyes Data Corporation;
Park Ridge, New Jersey; 1976; call TP360 M37.
McCarty, Robert D. and Cox, Kenneth E. and Williamson, K.D.; Hydrogen
properties; CRC Press; Cleveland, OH; 1975; call TP359 H8 H9 v.3.
Mendelsohn, Robert O; The greening of global warming; AEI Press;
Washington, DC; 1999; call QC981.8 G56 M463 1999.
Moore, Thomas Gale; Climate of fear: why we shouldn't worry about global warming;
Cato Institute; Washington, DC; 1998; call QC981.8 G56 M64 1998.
Ort, Donald R. and Yocum, Charles F.; Osygenic photosynthesis: the light reactions;
Dordrecht; Boston, MA; 1996; call QK882 O875 1996.
Norbeck, Joseph M.; Hydrogen fuel for surface transportation;
Society of Automotive Engineers; Warrendale, PA; 1996; call TL229 H9 H94 1996.
Parsons, M.; Global Warming - the truth behind the myth;
Insight Books; Plenum Press, New York, NY; 1995; call QC981.8.G56 P39 1995.
Pauling, Linus and Hayward, Roger; The architecture of molecules
W.H. Freeman; San Francisco, CA; 1964; call QD461 P35.
Pauling, Linus; The nature of the chemical bond and the structure of
molecules and crystals; an introduction to modern structural chemistry;
Cornell University Press; Ithaca, New York; 1960; call QD469 P38 1960.
Peavey, Michael A.; Fuel from Water: Energy Independence With Hydrogen;
Merit Products; 1998.
Philander, S. George; Is The Temperature Rising?; Princeton University
Press; Princeton, New Jersey; 1998; call QC981.8 G56 P48 1998.
Pugh, D.T.; Tides, surges, and mean sea-level; New York; John Wiley; 1987;
call GC301.2 P84 1987.
Raschi, A; Plant responses to elevated CO2: evidence from natural springs;
Cambridge University Press, New York, NY; 1997; call QK753 C3 P58 1997.
Thornber, J. Philip; Biosynthesis of the photosynthetic apparatus: molecular
biology, development and regulations; A.R. Liss; New York, NY; 1984 call QH506
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Titus, James G.; The probability of sea level rise; US Environmental
Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation;Washington, DC; 1995;
call Government Documents EP1.2 SE1/7.
U.S. Government Printing Office; Countdown to Kyoto, parts I-III: hearings
before the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment of the Committee on Science, U.S.
House of Representatives; Washington DC; 1998; call Government Documents Y4 SCI2:105/46/V.1-2.
U.S. Government Printing Office; Hearing before the Subcommittee on Forest and
Forest Health of the Committee on Resources - House of Representatives on H. Con. Res. 151;
Serial Number 105-61; September 18, 1997; College of William and Mary call Y 4.R 31/3:105-61.
U.S. Government Printing Office; U.S. Global Change: hearing before the
Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate; call Government
Documents Y4 EN2:S HRG.104-760.
U.S. Government Printing Office; Global Climate Change; Joint Hearing
before the Subcommittee on Energy Research, Development, Production and Regulations of the
Committee on Energy and Natural Resources; May 20, 1999; College of William and Mary call
Y 4.EN 2:S.HRG.106-227.
Warren, Bruce A.; Evolution of physical oceanography: scientific surveys in
honor of Henry Stommel; Cambridge, MA; MIT Press; 1980; GC150.7 E9.
Williams, L.O.; Hydrogen power: an introduction to hydrogen energy and its
applications; Pergamon Press; New York, NY; 1980; call TP359 H8 W54 1980.
Williams, Mark; Fuel Cells for the 21st Century - Collaboration for a Leap in
Efficiency and Cost Reduction; U.S. Department of Energy - Federal Energy Technology
Center; April 30, 1999; College of William and Mary call E 1.2:C33.
Woodwell, George M. and Mackenzie, Fred T.; Biotic feedbacks in the global
climatic system: will the warming feed the warming?; Oxford University Press;
New York, NY; 1995; call QC981.8 G56 B47 1995.
Zuckerman, J.J.; The formation of bonds to hydrogen; VCH Publishers;
Deerfield Beach, FL; 1986; call QD501 I623 v.1.
Ahlstrom, Dick; Energy cells fuel the 'green' debate; The Irish Times;
Ireland; Friday, April 28,2000.
Appleby, A. John; The Electrochemical Engine for Vehicles; Scientific
American, 415 Madison, Avenue, New York, NY 10017; July 1999.
Ball, Jeffrey; Auto Makers Are Racing To Market 'Green' Cars Powered by
Fuel Cells; The Wall Street Journal; March 15, 1999.
Borroni-Bird, Christopher E.; Fuel Cell Commercialization Issues for Light-duty
Vehicle Applications; Journal of Power Sources; Volume 61, 1-2; pages 33-48; 1996.
Brown, Stuart F.; The Automakers' Big-Time Bet on Fuel Cells; Fortune
Magazine; March 30, 1998.
Bryson, Reid; Simulating past and forecasting future climates;
Environmental Conservation; volume 20; 1993; page 339.
Dyer, Christopher K.; Replacing the Battery in Portable Electronics;
Scientific American, 415 Madison, Avenue, New York, NY 10017; July 1999.
Experts Warn of 'Catastrophe' with Rapid Consumption of Oil; The
Blade; 541 North Superior Street, Toledo, Ohio 43660; April 28, 2000.
Fuel Cell Industry Report; Notable emerging careers in the next 20 years;
July 2000; page 3.
Fuel Cell Industry Report; by Scientific American, NY, NY;
May 2000, page 11.
Fuel Cell Industry Report; by Scientific American, NY, NY;
March 2000, page 7.
Fuel Cell Industry Report by Scientific American; NY; March 2000, pages 8 & 9.
Fuel Cell Industry Report; by Scientific American, NY, NY;
April 2000; page 2.
Fuel Cell Industry Report; Modular Power Solution;
May 2000; pages 1, 8, 9 and 10.
Gibbs, Walter; Research predicts summer doom of northern icecap;
New York Times; July 11, 2000.
Grove, W.R.; On Voltaic Series in Combinations of Gases by Platinum;
Philosophical Magazine; Volume 15, 1839.
Hoagland, William; Solar Energy; Scientific American,
415 Madison, Avenue, New York, NY 10017; September 1999.
Isaacson, Walter, editor; What's Up at the Pump?; Time Magazine;
New York, New York; July 24, 2000; Letters to the Editor; page 16.
Koppel, Tom; It's Dr. Ballard's Fuel-Cell Car; Reader's Digest; May 1998;
pages 46 to 47.
Lloyd, Alan C.; The Power Plant in Your Basement;Scientific American,
415 Madison, Avenue, New York, NY 10017; July 1999.
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photobiological hydrogen gas production upon reversible inactivation of oxygen
evolution in the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii; Plant Physiology 122; pages
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with Hydrogen;Home Power Magazine, Box 520, Ashland, OR 97520; Issue #35; June/July 1993.
Retseck, George; Fuel Cells;Scientific American, 415 Madison, Avenue,
New York, NY 10017; July 1999.
Revkin, Andrew C.; Study Faults Humans for Large Share of Global Warming;
New York Times; July 14, 2000.
Roach, John; Synthetic enzyme produces hydrogen cheaply; ENN News;
Friday, October 15, 1999.
Smith, Richard M., editor-in-chief; Pumped-up Petrol Prices;
Newsweek Magazine; New York, NY; July 24, 2000; Letters to the Editor; page 16.
Suplee, Curt; For 500 million, a sleeper on Greenland's Ice Sheet;
Washington Post, Page A09; Monday, July 10, 2000.
Toledo Blade; Experts Warn of 'Catastrophe' With Rapid Consumption of Oil
; April 28, 2000; Toledo, Ohio.
U.S. Army; Posture Report FY 79; DRCDL-101; Natick Research and
Development Command; pages 113, 114, 115, and 163.
Woodruff, David; The Hottest Thing in Green Wheels; Business Week;
Note: As we worked on the project, sites changed daily. Links good through 8/15/2000.
Because we do not have the ability to update the site after 8/15/2000, we cannot
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Changing vision for the research agenda for the 21st century - creating a new
partnership between science and public policy; U.S. Global Change Research Information
Office; Palisades, New York; August 2000.
Department of Energy; Energy Policy and Everyday Life; chapter from
Sustainable Energy Strategy - Clean and Secure Energy for a Competitive Economy;
National Energy Policy Plan; Section 801; July 1995.
Hall, Alan; Going, Going -- Gone? Much of the world's water is stored in
glaciers and the great polar ice sheets. But these frozen reservoirs are melting rapidly,
and the water they release could cause a catastrophic rise in sea levels;
Scientific American; April 26, 1999.
World Meteorological Organization; 1999 Closes the Warmest Decade and Warmest
Century of the Last Millennium According to WMO Annual Statement on the Global
Climate; Thursday, December 16, 1999.
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