Frommer s Italy 2019

Author: Stephen Brewer
Publisher: Frommermedia
ISBN: 1628873949
Release Date: 2018-11
Genre: Italy

Frommer's Complete Guides are packed with dazzling photos and detailed, opinionated and honest reviews, giving you the low-down on what's worth your trip and what's not. The destinations are broken down into easy to navigate sections and include a full size pull out map to help you plan the perfect trip.

Frommer s Italy 2020

Author: Stephen Brewer
Publisher: Complete Guides
ISBN: 1628874740
Release Date: 2019-10-29
Genre: Travel

Frommer's Complete Guides are packed with dazzling photos and detailed, opinionated and honest reviews, giving you the low-down on what's worth your trip and what's not. The destinations are broken down into easy to navigate sections and include a full size pull out map to help you plan the perfect trip.

Frommer s Easyguide to Rome Florence and Venice 2019

Author: Elizabeth Heath
Publisher: Easyguide
ISBN: 1628874309
Release Date: 2018-10-23
Genre: Travel

Frommer's EasyGuides contain punchy, concise prose by our expert local journalists, which gives readers all they need to know to plan the perfect vacation. This includes reviews for travel venues in all price ranges, as well as information on culture and history that will enhance any trip.

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Recent Advances in Urban Ventilation Assessment and Flow Modelling

Author: Riccardo Buccolieri
Publisher: MDPI
ISBN: 9783038978060
Release Date: 2019-04-23
Genre: Science

This book contains twenty-one original papers and one review paper published by internationally recognized experts in the Atmosphere Special Issue "Recent Advances in Urban Ventilation Assessment and Flow Modelling", years 2017–2019. The Special Issue includes contributions on recent experimental and modelling works, techniques, and developments mainly tailored to the assessment of urban ventilation on flow and pollutant dispersion in cities. The study of ventilation is of critical importance, as it addresses the capacity with which a built urban structure is capable of replacing the polluted air with ambient fresh air. Here, ventilation is recognized as a transport process that improves local microclimate and air quality and closely relates to the term “breathability”. The efficiency with which street canyon ventilation occurs depends on the complex interaction between the atmospheric boundary layer flow and the local urban morphology. The individual contributions to this Issue are summarized and categorized into four broad topics: (1) outdoor ventilation efficiency and application/development of ventilation indices, (2) relationship between indoor and outdoor ventilation, (3) effects of urban morphology and obstacles to ventilation, and (4) ventilation modelling in realistic urban districts. The results and approaches presented and proposed will be of great interest to experimentalists and modelers, and may constitute a starting point for the improvement of numerical simulations of flow and pollutant dispersion in the urban environment, for the development of simulation tools, and for the implementation of mitigation strategies.

Health Promotion

Author: Jackie Green
Publisher: SAGE Publications Limited
ISBN: 9781526471000
Release Date: 2019-01-26
Genre: Medical

Globally recognized as the definitive text on health promotion, this fourth edition becomes ever more useful for public health and health promotion courses around the world. It offers a firm foundation in health promotion before helping you to understand the process of planning, implementing and assessing programmes in the real world. To further help you in your studies the book comes with access to online resources which include: 15 original case studies from around the world that give an insight into practice and evaluation Full text further reading to help with assignments and exams Weblinks to help you explore key organisations and institutions in the field.

Rethinking Authority in the Carolingian Empire

Author: Rutger Kramer
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN: 9789048532681
Release Date: 2019-02-11
Genre: History

By the early ninth century, the responsibility for a series of social, religious and political reforms had become an integral part of running the Carolingian empire. This became especially clear when, in 813/4, Louis the Pious and his court seized the momentum generated by their predecessors and broadened the scope of this correctio ever further. These reformers knew they constituted a movement greater than the sum of its parts; the interdependence of imperial authority and ecclesiastical reformers was driven by comprehensive, yet surprisingly diverse expectations. Taking this diversity as a starting point, this book takes a fresh look at these optimistic decades. Extrapolating from a series of detailed case studies rather than presenting a grand narrative, it offers new interpretations of contemporary theories of correctio, and shows the self-awareness of its main instigators as they pondered what it meant to be a good Christian in a good Christian empire.