Birder’s Journal

$16.95 - $14.73

(as of Feb 21,2019 19:35:03 UTC – Details)



Includes more than 100 pages for documenting sightings, more than 30 full-color images by John James Audubon,quotations, anatomy of a bird, list of US state and Canadian provincial and territorial birds, instructions on how and what to observe, bird -feeding basics, life list checklist, and code of ethics.



Snow Country

$15.00 - $12.63

(as of Feb 21,2019 14:46:54 UTC – Details)



Nobel Prize winner Yasunari Kawabata’s Snow Country is widely considered to be the writer’s masterpiece: a powerful tale of wasted love set amid the desolate beauty of western Japan.
 
At an isolated mountain hot spring, with snow blanketing every surface, Shimamura, a wealthy dilettante meets Komako, a lowly geisha. She gives herself to him fully and without remorse, despite knowing that their passion cannot last and that the affair can have only one outcome. In chronicling the course of this doomed romance, Kawabata has created a story for the ages — a stunning novel dense in implication and exalting in its sadness.



Roofing and Cladding Systems Handbook: A Guide for Facility Managers

$130.00 - $86.75

(as of Feb 21,2019 13:11:04 UTC – Details)



Here is the first detailed manual designed specifically to guide the facility manager in making the best decisions regarding roofing systems replacements, repairs and upgrades. The full scope of current roofing applications and building envelope technologies are covered in detail, including both conventional and non-conventional roofing structures. You’ll learn about the latest developments in roofing materials and cladding systems, as well as how factors such as weather conditions and thermal expansion and contraction impact roofing design and material selection. Other topics include insulation and waterproofing membrane requirements, energy system calculations, fasteners and flashings, local codes and standards, life cycles of roofing systems, environmental considerations, roofing project management, and warranty and maintenance of roofing systems, and roofing safety and liability. This book will provide a welcome resource for the facility manager seeking to modify, add to or improve his/her facility’s roofing systems.



Weather Instruments

$2.99

(as of Feb 21,2019 11:40:09 UTC – Details)



Delta Science Reader’s are 16-page nonfiction books for students. These books provide key information about science topic and support the experiences of hands-on activities.



Knit Caps Beanie Hats Destiny Future Cult War Winter Warm Adult

$13.99

(as of Feb 21,2019 09:54:58 UTC – Details)



Must Have Daily Beanie,made Of High Quality Material,very Comfortable To Wear All Season. You Could Wear This At Night, When The Day Is A Bit Chilly, During Your Sleep, Or Take It On An Outdoors Journey.rnThe Comfortable Touch And Its Fashion Design Make You Charming To Be A Beautiful View In The Winter. Don’t Miss It!85% Cotton,15% Fleece,Size Adjustable,Stretches To Fit Most Child Sizes
Winter Warm Unisex Beanie,premium Quality,comfortable To Wear,warm&breathable
A Beautiful And Versatile Accessory For The Whole Year; Makes You More Attractive, Charming,
Recommend Hand Wash, No Wash Machine.
Delivery Time: About 7-14 Business Days To Your Hands



Construction in Cold Regions: A Guide for Planners, Engineers, Contractors, and Managers

$245.00 - $154.36

(as of Feb 21,2019 08:20:29 UTC – Details)



Written as a reference on effective engineering practice for construction activities in Arctic and Sub-Arctic regions. It is based on many sources around the world including the Soviet Union and China where people live and work in very low temperatures. Provides a broad look at overall problems found by engineers, contractors and builders, including case histories that illustrate actual projects throughout the cold regions of the world.



Reading Weather: Where Will You Be When the Storm Hits? (How To Climb Series)

$8.95 - $6.95

(as of Feb 21,2019 06:49:11 UTC – Details)



Before you hike, rock climb, mountain bike, cross-country ski, or canoe far from shelter, you probably better check the weather forecast-yet almost everyone has been caught out in a storm unexpectedly. In Reading Weather, meteorologist Jim Woodmencey gives you the tools you need to help you stay out of the storm’s path when you head out for a long trip or even an afternoon hike. In an easy-to-read, informative style, Woodmencey explains weather basics and how to make your own forecasts once you are miles from home by reading clouds, understanding changes in the wind and humidity, and using a barometer. Helpful black-and-white illustrations, tables, and charts make this book a “must read” before your next outdoor adventure and an essential item to carry with you every time you wander far from home.READING WEATHER 2ND