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View Resource Books on Global Warming

A list of recommended books on global warming and climate change for science, business, and children.

http://www.grinningplanet.com/environmental-books/global-war...
View Resource Diesel

Recent U.S. retail diesel prices have continued to be much lower than at their peak last July of $4.76 per gallon - they were down by roughly $2.22 per gallon as of the middle of July of this year....

http://www.api.org/aboutoilgas/diesel/index.cfm
View Resource Heating Oil

Refiners make heating oil from crude oil, which is also the raw material for other petroleum products such as gasoline and jet fuel. Approximately seven percent of American households - some 8.5...

http://www.api.org/aboutoilgas/heatingoil/index.cfm
View Resource The Dirt on Tar Sands

Also known as oil sands, tar sands are grains of sand intermixed with bitumen (heavy, black, asphalt-like oil). The oil locked up in tar sands requires drastic efforts to extract, and the result is a...

http://www.nodirtyenergy.org/index.php?option=com_content&ta...
View Resource Oil Sands

Oil sands (also called tar sands) consist of bitumen (which is soluble organic matter derived from degradation of oil either as seeps that come to surface or within shallow subsurface reservoirs) and...

http://emd.aapg.org/technical_areas/oil_sands.cfm
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