I don't know yet whether I'm pleased or not, but I do know that I'm excited-more excited than I've ever been in my life, except perhaps when Miss Mackinstry, my last governess, had hysterics in the schoolroom and fainted among the tea things. I suppose I shan't be able to decide about the state of my feelings until I've had more of them on the same subject, or until I've written down in this book of mine everything exactly as it's happened. I like doing that; it makes things seem so clear when you try to review them afterwards.
Testing The Water is a collection of poems written by American Poet Larry Cruikshank. The book also includes a small sample of Cruikshank's own photography and photo art. The poetry collection is a mix of free verse, rhyming, and prose poems that are written in a free style, void of painful punctuation, and filled with passion and imagery. Testing The Water is a love story that flows as smooth as a lazy river. The down-to-earth, easy to read poems will keep both poetry and romance fans interested the whole way through. The author rips open his heart for all to see, and explores all the emotions of being both young and old, single and married. Packed with raw honesty and passion, Testing The Water is a must read for anybody who has been in love before.
Environmental isotope and nuclear techniques provide unmatched insights into the processes governing the water cycle and its variability. This monograph presents state of the art applications and new developments of isotopes in hydrology, environmental disciplines and climate change studies. Coverage ranges from the assessment of groundwater resources in terms of recharge and flow regime to studies of the past and present global environmental and climate changes.
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