|Similar eBooks: eBooks related to Digital Environment Painting: Matte Painting
Energy and the Environment
In an age of mounting energy crises, James A. Fay and Dan S. Golomb's Energy and the Environment offers a timely treatment of a critical problem in urban-industrial societies: the worldwide growth of energy use and the destructive relationship between this energy use and environmental degradation. This comprehensive text provides the scientific and technological background for understanding how our ever-increasing use of energy threatens the natural environment at local, regional, and global scales and how this threat could be mitigated by more efficient use of conventional energy sources and their replacement by renewable energy sources. Designed for upper-level undergraduate and first-year graduate students
Effective C++ in an Embedded Environment
C++’s flexibility, modelling power, support for object-oriented and generic programming, and extensive tool set, make it attractive for embedded projects, but some developers worry about code bloat and hidden performance penalties. This seminar begins by confronting those issues directly, then moves on to demonstrate how C++ can improve the correctness, readability, and efficiency of embedded software, in some cases accomplishing what is literally impossible in C.
The HP Virtual Server Environment:
Praise for The HP Virtual Server Environment "This book will educate professionals about the components of a virtual server environment and how to manage them in everyday tasks. It demonstrates how to manage resource utilization in real time and to its full capacity. Bryan and Dan are fully qualified to write this book, having been involved in creating and designing a number of the virtual server environment components." --D'Ann Chorak, Software Engineering Project Manager "Great overviews, technology details, and practical example details." --George Williams, Solution Architect, Hewlett-Packard Co. "From a customer standpoint, almost anyone can make use of the solutions and concepts portrayed in The HP Virtual Server Environment. Some of the solutions are free, so there are ways to take advantage at no cost. No matter what solution is used, the results are a win-win situation for the customer." --Alan Hymes, Solution Architect, Hewlett-Packard Co. "The material is well-written. The book will appeal to high-end enterprise system administrators and architects who are interested in implementing an 'Adaptive Enterprise' environment or in improving an existing environment."
Introductory Botany: Plants, People, and the Environment
Clear and engaging, Linda Bergs INTRODUCTORY BOTANY: PLANTS, PEOPLE, AND THE ENVIRONMENT helps you develop an appreciation of the diverse organisms we call plants, including their remarkable adaptations to the environment and their evolutionary and ecological relationships. Filled with fascinating feature boxes, intriguing chapter opening stories, and other applied content, the text contains interesting and topical information that will pique your curiosity and help you succeed in your course.
Earth Science and the Environment
Using two themes, earth systems and environmental issues, EARTH SCIENCE AND THE ENVIRONMENT provides a rich overview of all Earth-related disciplines, including geology, meteorology, hydrology, oceanography, and astronomy. The authors provide a sense of how Earth functions as a single system composed of interacting subsystems and integrates coverage of enviromental issues in both the authoritative narrative and stunning multi-part visuals that emphasize the beauty of Earth science. To further enrich your experience, this earth science textbook is fully integrated with the CengageNOW online tutorial system.
"Wood Structure and Environment"
Dendrochronology and wood anatomy developed for decades as two independent scientific fields. It was only in the last decade that it was made clear that the dimension of time is the fourth dimension for both sciences and that it was demonstrated that wood anatomy and dendrochronology are perfect partners.
A Practical Guide to Keeping Healthy Fish in a Stable Environment
Detailed instruction advises on water temperature and chemistry, gravels, and the best equipment to help maintain a healthful environment for aquarium fish. Aquarium hobbyists improve their skills by studying the clearly captioned, step-by-step, full-color photos on every page of Tankmasters Books. These books. show—rather than merely tell—how to maintain colorful and interesting fish tanks, with every page literally filled with photos and other illustrations. All have detailed and instructive captions. Each book focuses on a different aspect of either freshwater or marine aquarium maintenance, and explains everything from fish and plant varieties to bubblers, filters, and other aquarium accessories. More than 200 illustrations in each book
Humans and the Natural Environment
No other species in Earth's history has been able to disregard the natural laws that govern population size quite like humans have. And as a result we have experienced an unfathomable population explosion: a nearly 7-fold increase in three centuries and from 3 billion to 6.6 billion in just 45 years (1961 to 2006). But population growth has come with an increase in resource consumption, which has created a number of environmental problems: Farmland is being degraded, fresh water is becoming polluted, fish are being overharvested, forests are being flattened, fossil fuel emissions are driving global warming, and the list goes on.
Digital Environment Painting: Matte Painting - Free eBook Digital Environment Painting: Matte Painting - Download ebook Digital Environment Painting: Matte Painting free