Books by Mark Bowen

Released: Nov. 14, 2017

"Readers who have forgotten college physics may not understand much about neutrinos, but they will enjoy reading about those who do."
An account of a telescope that "is unlike any other telescope you've ever seen or heard of, a marvel of science "buried more than a mile deep in the ice at the geographic South Pole." Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 2, 2008

"A must-read not just for environmentalists but for all politically conscientious readers."
An eye-opening account of government efforts to silence the nation's leading climate scientist. Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 3, 2005

"A tremendous work of research, with plenty of entertaining adventure and colorful characters to boot. "
Mountain-climbing journalist Bowen accompanies researchers as they dig atop glaciers at the Earth's equator and gives an in-depth report on the field of climatology. Read full book review >