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  • January - February 2015
    Audubon Magazine

    Connecting People with Nature

    Audubon is the official magazine of the National Audubon Society. Audubon magazine covers news of the natural world. We help our readers appreciate, understand, and protect the environment with a particular focus on birds, other wildlife and their habitats
  • How It Works Book of Extreme Weather
    How It Works Book of Extreme Weather

    Extreme weather and the science behind these force's of nature

    The weather is a topic of discussion every day, but how much do we really know about the extremes that affect our planet? Find out in the How It Works Book of Extreme Weather with an exclusive interview with weather forecaster Michael Fish. Featuring: Storm Chaser - Interview with storm chaser Warren Faidley Predicting the weather - An interview with British weatherman Michael Fish Surviving Extreme Earth - What does it take to survive our harsh climates Controlling the weather - Explore the science and technology behind controlling the weather
  • March 2015
    Countryfile Magazine

    Your guide to the British countryside

    Countryfile Magazine inspires you to explore forgotten corners of the great British countryside and provides knowledge of the people and wildlife that inhabit it. We want to tempt you into trying new things, seek out new places and make the most of Britain’s beautiful landscapes.
  • Verano Austral 2015
    Patagon Journal

    Nature, culture, travel, and outdoors sports in Patagonia.

    Stunning photography, entertaining writing and expert advice about the Patagonia region of Chile and Argentina. One of the world's last regions with large natural areas unspoiled by man, every issue Patagon Journal includes features and regular departments about environment and nature, culture, scientific research, travel destinations, outdoors sports such as fly fishing, kayaking, trekking and climbing, and more in Patagonia.
  • No. 16
    Cómo Funciona - México

    Para las personas que preguntan cómo

    Revista mensual para gente interesada en cómo funcionan las cosas en temas de tecnología, ciencia, naturaleza, transportes, historia y exploración espacial. Fascinante: De dónde vienen los grandes inventos, cómo se forman las cordilleras, cómo serán las ciudades del futuro Divertida: Textos amenos, fáciles de entender y con ilustraciones a todo color e impresionantes fotografías Profunda: Interesantes artículos con datos y opiniones para estimular la imaginación Educativa: Actualiza e ilustra a los que quieren saber máss sobre toda una variedad de temas.
  • Febrero 2015
    Conozca Más

    Revista para mentes curiosas.

    Divertida y perspicaz, este título es el ideal para acercarse al lector que busca temas controversiales. Con novedosas imágenes e interesantes reportajes sobre la repercusión de la ciencia y la tecnología en la vida cotidiana. Conozca Más atrae al lector ávido de conocimiento.
  • How It Works Annual Vol 2
    How It Works Annual Vol 2

    Everything you want to know about the world we live in

    A year’s worth of How it Works magazine has been condensed down into this wonderful bookazine covering space, technology, science and much more. Learn how the world around you works and expand your knowledge with these fully illustrative guides. Technology - Find out how all the hottest gadgets work. Science - From diets to atomic clocks, see how the world works. Space - Learn what lies beyond our planet and how we're exploring it. Environment - An in-depth look at the natural world around us.
  • YOU Dinos
    YOU Dinos

    Be fascinated by more than 100 dinosaurs – from the dumbest to the tallest to the most dangerous – in YOU Dinosaurs. With lots of colourful pictures and illustrations. Plus see 15 of these dinos in 3D. Please note that the 3D models are best viewed in the print edition. Also note that you need a device with the 3D app installed to hold over your digital edition (and whatever device you are reading it on) in order to see the 3D models.
  • January - February 2015
    Australian Geographic

    The journal of the Australian Geographic Society

    Australian Geographic, Australia’s premier geographic journal, brings you the best of the country from those who know it best. Discover Australia’s rich cultural heritage, its beautiful landscapes, its unique and diverse plants and wildlife, and explore outback towns and the true-blue characters who call them home.
  • Creating Places
    Topos

    The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design

    Topos is a must-have for successful landscape architects, planners, urban designers and architects all over the world.The monothematic issues provide a global overview of innovative projects, new developments and trends in the profession. Be part of the worldwide community of Topos readers!
  • Teach yourself Black & White Photography
    Teach yourself Black & White Photography

    The ultimate guide to shooting and editing black-and-white images in Photoshop.

    Master the fine art of monochrome using Photoshop CS, CC, Elements and Lightroom. From landscapes to city scenes, portraits to fine-art nudes, still lifes to urban imagery, this 222-page book has everything you need to learn how to shoot and edit black-and-white images.
  • The First World War Story - from the makers of BBC History Magazine
    The First World War Story - from the makers of BBC History Magazine

    A comprehensive chronicle of 'the war to end all wars'

    This special edition of BBC History Magazine brings you the story of the First World War, examining the battles and personalities that changed the shape of the world. Plus, our expert writers discuss what it was like to live and fight through these years. Inside we examine why the war began, life in the trenches, Gallipoli, the Somme, the American impact, the crucial final year, the Armistice and so much more.
  • Winter 2015
    Earth Island Journal

    Earth Island Journal is a publication in the field of news and society offering news and analysis about energy and the environment
  • March 2015
    BBC Wildlife Magazine

    The UK's best wildlife magazine

    BBC Wildlife Magazine is a celebration of the natural world, featuring all the latest discoveries, news and views on wildlife, conservation and environmental issues. With strong broadcasting links, authoritative journalism and award-winning photography, BBC Wildlife Magazine is essential reading for anyone with a passion for wildlife who wants to understand, experience and enjoy nature more.
  • Marzo 2015
    GEO - España

    GEO es la revista de los grandes reportajes que redescubre el mundo cada mes. Fórmula periodística de éxito internacional: fotografías espectaculares e impactantes con textos interesantes y entretenidos. Una mirada nueva, serena, y apasionada de la tierra y de sus gentes. La revista imprescindible para personas curiosas, viajeras y aventureras.
  • Janeiro 2015
    Scientific American - Brasil

    A revista de divulgação cientifica mais importante do mundo

    A Scientific American Brasil tem seu conteudo inteiramente adaptado aos interesses dos leitores brasileiros. Seus artigos, editados em linguagem simples e atraente, contribuem para disseminar o conhecimento cientifico e a compreensão dos fenomenos da vida e do universo
  • February - March 2015
    Australian Sky & Telescope

    The Essential Magazine of Astronomy

    Australian Sky & Telescope is a world-class magazine about the science and hobby of astronomy.  Combining the formidable worldwide resources of its venerable parent magazine with the talents of the best science writers and photographers in Australia, Australian Sky & Telescope is a magazine produced specifically for the Southern Hemisphere’s astronomers.
  • How It Works Book of Space 4th Revised Edition
    How It Works Book of Space

    Everything you want to know about the universe we live in

    Space has fascinated mankind from the earliest days of civilisation, and as we keep scratching the surface of the vast universe in which we live, our sense of awe and wonder continues to grow unabated. Now, with the technological advancements being made by the world's space agencies, we understand more than ever about the things that are happening beyond our own planet. This new revised edition of the How It Works Book of Space has been updated with more of the latest astronomical advancements, stunning space photography from the most advanced telescopes on the planet, and tantalising glimpses of what the future of space exploration holds. Featuring: Solar System - Journey from the surface of the Sun, past planets, moons, asteroids and more, towards the edge of our Solar System Exploration - Be inspired by over half a century of space exploration, and take a look at the exciting possibilities the future holds Universe - Explore the furthest reaches of our amazing universe, from the secrets of the Big Bang to the mystery of dark matter Astronomy - How do telescopes work? What's the weather like in space? Discover the answers to these questions and more
  • Sky at Night Magazine presents The Apollo Story
    Sky at Night Magazine presents The Apollo Story

    The complete saga from missions 1-17

    Sky at Night Magazine brings you The Apollo Story – your complete guide to the greatest journey in human history. The story begins with the disastrous fire that killed the crew of Apollo 1, continues through Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the Moon, and ends as the cost of space exploration halted the programme at Apollo 17. Packed with all the facts, figures and stories from each and every Apollo mission, as well as rare photographs, this special edition tells the full story of this giant leap.
  •  New Scientist Presents: The Anti-Zoo
    New Scientist Presents: The Anti-Zoo

    50 Freaks of Nature you won't see on TV

    Which animal has the biggest mouth? Can alligators use tools? Why would a toad have a moustache? Could a mouse beat a scorpion in a fight? How do great white sharks find love? And are sheep really as stupid as everyone thinks? Find out the answers to all these questions, and many more, in New Scientist ’s Anti-Zoo, based on the hugely popular Zoologger column. Prepare to meet 50 of the strangest, scariest and most unexpected animals known to science. From the world’s nicest bird (which has a really, really dark side) to the fly that headbutts its way through solid rock, these are the mavericks and misfits of the animal kingdom.
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