http://www.earthcalculus.com/about/
Kaisa Taipale's project... (a) re 105e but not calc but if ever interested...(b)
intergra from a to b where f(b)=2f(a) is.... (use find
. iname....to find my typed (partial?) writeup..barz.org or
hb.org) (c) create url with links to JPGS for the
"overexp,loitation" article (d) indirectly refer to the
Monbiot...and the "almost inversely roportional to how advanced"
(I did say *almost*)...and cornell advisor...then grad text, then
undergrad text, he himself commented on this.. (for env. and
climate in particular, maybe partly a case of 'forest' versus the
'trees' or in more pedestrian terms, keeping eyes o teh prize
namely o the big picture even as it's (sometimes) very useful to
look more narrowly and/or using more advanced tools.......
http://www.kaisataipale.net/projects.html
and http://www.kaisataipale.net/whoami.html
and http://www.earthcalculus.com/other-calc-resources/
and http://www.earthcalculus.com/solutions/
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also http://www.limitinstitute.org/blog/
where KAISA is among the POSTERS..." (LIMIT) is a loose affiliation of
mathematicians at all levels of training and employment. We are
interested in how technology is changing how we carry out math
research, teach math, and even understand what mathematics is."
and kaisa's (draft?) book online here: https://leanpub.com/earthcalculusthebook

she's even
here: http://math.umn.edu/finmath/teachers/