Atlas Climate Change

Atlas Climate Change

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ISBN Code : 9781844073764
Book Author : Kirstin Dow
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Total Pages : 337

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This atlas examines the possible impact of climate change on our ability to feed the worlds people, avoid water shortages, conserve biodiversity, improve health, and preserve cities and cultural treasures. It also reviews historical contributions to greenhouse gas levels, and more.

Faith in a Seed: The Dispersion of Seeds & Other Late Natural History Writings

Faith in a Seed: The Dispersion of Seeds & Other Late Natural History Writings

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ISBN Code : 9781559631822
Book Author : Henry David Thoreau
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Total Pages : 537

Faith in a Seed: The Dispersion of Seeds & Other Late Natural History Writings Book Detail/ Review :

This major literary event contains a hitherto unpublished work--The Dispersion of Seeds--one of Thoreaus last important research and writing projects, and places him among the first American scientists to understand the significance of Darwins theory of Natural Selection.

The Mountains of California

The Mountains of California

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ISBN Code : 9780871566638
Book Author : John Muir
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Total Pages : 239

The Mountains of California Book Detail/ Review :

John Muir�s ebullient spirit and love of nature infuse these accounts of visiting Yosemite Valley, Kings Canyon, sequoia groves, and Mount Whitney. Blending keen observations of flora, geography, and geology, the natural forces that shape the landscape, and the changing seasons, Muir paints a timeless portrait of the wilderness he called �the Range of Light, the most divin

Home Waters: A Year of Recompenses on the Provo River

Home Waters: A Year of Recompenses on the Provo River

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ISBN Code : 9781607810230
Book Author : George B. Handley
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Total Pages : 224

Home Waters: A Year of Recompenses on the Provo River Book Detail/ Review :

People who flyfish know that a favorite river bend, a secluded spot in moving waters, can feel like home�a place you know intimately and intuitively. In prose that reads like the flowing current of a river, scholar and essayist George Handley blends nature writing, local history, theology, environmental history, and personal memoir in his new book Home Waters: A Year of Re

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