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Free download Hot Carbon 109 Free read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub · John F. Marra characters Hot Carbon There are few fields of science that carbon 14 has not touched A radioactive isotope of carbon it stands out for its unusually long half life Best known for its application to estimating the age of artifacts carbon dating carbon 14 helped reveal new chronologies of human civilization and geological time Everything containing carbon the basis of all life could be placed in time according to the clock of radioactive decay with research appl. Who would enjoy this bookThis volume would appeal most to those with a scientific focus Students of the Environmental Sciences would be the best candidates to enjoy the offering in Hot Carbon I studied a different scientific profession and yet I still found this first outing by Marra to be entertaining and enlightening although replete with factual errors If you have an interest in learning new things this book will be an exciting read Almost anyone over 16 years old will find this a useful addition to their bookshelf About the AuthorJohn F Marra is a veteran of the US Navy and after a non traditional route became involved in oceanographic based research He has been studying the oceans and the effects of carbon 14 for over 30 years Even though he was a Chicago boy he had a strong desire to sail the seas eventually becoming a Naval Officer The sea wasn t his only calling however and being the possessor of a sharp mind he developed a keen interest in nature and the natural world in general Marra eventually resigned his commission to study in a graduate program as a research assistant His CV is resplendent with many long years of oceanographic research He moved to a academic track and has enjoyed success in his field He is currently a Professor and Director of AREAC Earth and Environmental Sciences at Brooklyn College Find out about John Marra here What is the story aboutThe bulk of the book revolves around Carbon 14 and its universal ubiuity Marra explains in lucid and concise terms the importance of the isotope and its uniue importance to life on earth as it corresponds to the process of photosynthesis and its interaction with microscopic phytoplankton The book is beautifully illustrated with a plethora of images maps charts and tables From the inception I found the book particularly delightful and entertaining two responses I don t usually get from what I thought was a hardcore science thesis In the first few pages you are left in no doubt of Marra s dedication to his work as he describes the privations on one of his many research trips He effectively depicts the myriad of dangers and the deadly nature of the job For a brief moment I believed that I was reading an adventure book rather than what could have been a stultifying stuffy re telling of some mediocre scientific research I was hooked on the book and couldn t wait to finish I was particularly struck by the understated delivery of the prose His descriptions explanations and familiarity with the subject really sold the story and highlighted his abilities as a professor It was an easier read than expected and that added to its allure I was disappointed when the book ended it left me wanting I understand that this is Marra s first book and I hope it won t be his last I will certainly be pre ordering his next publication So please John don t keep us waiting In ConclusionThere are areas where those who didn t pay attention in organic chemistry may get a little lost in the translation of detailed processes but it s not a deal breaker in any way Overall I found this volume to be a pleasure to read easily accessible and well written You don t have to be a scientist to enjoy this book Put simply you don t want to be the one person in class not to have read this don t be that guy Acknowledgements I wish to extend my kindest regards to The Author The Publisher and NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to review this wonderful book John Quincy Adams and American Global Empire placed in time according to the clock of radioactive decay with research appl. 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Free download Hot Carbon 109 Free read ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub · John F. Marra characters Hot Carbon Time to his own work on oceanic photosynthesis with microscopic phytoplankton Marra's engaging narrative encompasses nuclear testing the peopling of the Americas elephant poaching and the flax plants used for the linen in the Shroud of Turin Combining colorful narrative prose with accessible explanations of fundamental science Hot Carbon is a thought provoking exploration of how the power of carbon 14 informs our relationship to the past. If you like science even a little andor get excited about discussions of things like atoms and electromagnetic spectrums you ll love this But you don t have to have a science background to enjoy it The author does a great job of providing history and context plus photos and diagrams to provide an interesting history to the amazing carbon 14 and its discovery Thanks very much for the ARC for review


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  • Hardcover
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  • Hot Carbon
  • John F. Marra
  • en
  • 01 March 2020
  • 9780231186704