were used to research the Energy In-Depth section. If you want to
learn more about energy, check out one of the books or Web sites
listed below. You can also visit the recommended Web sites in other
sections of this site.
The World of the Atom. Gloucester Press: New York. 1989.
and Philip Kogan. (Eds.) Lightning in Harness: Foundation of
Electricity. Sampson Low, Marson and Co.: London. 1966
Our Atomic World. Franklin Watts: New York. 1989.
Atoms: Building Blocks of Matter. Lucent Books: San Diego,
and Nigel Henbest. Space Scientist: The Sun. Franklin Watts:
J. The Sun: Our Neighborhood Star. Dillon Press, Inc.: Minneapolis,
Energy. (Fossil Energy). "Energy from the Past for our Future."
(online) www.fe.doe.gov/education/main.html. January 10, 2002.
"Energy Timeline." For the Geothermal Education Office.
(online) http://geothermal.marin.org/escrap.html#time. January 10,
Alvin, et al. Energy. Twenty-First Century Books: Brookfield