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TA1695.G68 E96 1975 : Experiments using a helium neon laser: a reference manual and experiment guide for use with Metrologic Instruments, inc. helium-neon lasers and optics education kits / prepared by Herbert H. Gottlieb.
TA1750 .H63 2009 : Building electro-optical systems : making it all work / Philip C.D. Hobbs.
TA1800 .G48 1998 : Introduction to fiber optics / Ajoy Ghatak and K. Thyagarajan.
TC147 .O35 2018 : Ocean energy : governance challenges for wave and tidal stream technologies / edited by Glen Wright, Sandy Kerr and Kate Johnson.
TD170.3 .T35 2001 : Taking sides : clashing views on controversial environmental issues / selected, edited, and with introductions by Theodore D. Goldfarb.
TD171 .B874 1994 : Business and the environment : a directory of publications, reports, films, and videotapes that illustrate the contribution and the commitment made by American business to environmental protection.
TD171 .S65 1993 : Campus ecology : a guide to assessing environmental quality and creating strategies for change / April A. Smith and the student Environmental Action Coalition ; illustrated by Thorina Rosa.
TD171.7 .A58 1989 : 50 simple things you can do to save the earth / the Earth Works Group.
TD171.7 .G725 2018 : Grassroots to global : broader impacts of civic ecology / edited by Marianne E. Krasny ; foreword by Keith G. Tidball.
TD171.7 .L36 2003 : You can prevent global warming (and save money!) : 51 easy ways / Jeffrey Langholz and Kelly Turner.
TD171.7 .M39 2017 : We rise : the Earth Guardians guide to building a movement that restores the planet / Xiuhtezcatl Martinez with Justin Spizman.
TD171.75 .G56 2018 : Global climate policy : actors, concepts, and enduring challenges / edited by Urs Luterbacher and Detlef F. Sprinz.