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Wildlife of the Concho Valley

by Terry C. Maxwell

The Concho Valley, named from the abundant mussel shells found in its principal river by seventeenth-century Spanish explorers, occupies a transitional position between the Chihuahuan Desert to the west and...


Endangered Rivers and the Conservation Movement

by Tim Palmer

Based on careful research and hundreds of interviews, this information-packed narrative is regarded as a classic in the field of conservation. This updated edition includes two new chapters that chart the course...


50 Ways to Improve Your Weather Forecasting

by Dag Pike

This is a book about practical weather forecasting, and it starts where most other books finish. Weather forecasts give you a lot of information about the weather to come but they often leave out a lot of the...


The Wave Watcher's Companion: Ocean Waves, Stadium Waves, and All the Rest of Life's Undulations

by Gavin Pretor-Pinney

A lively, revealing look at waves of all kinds from the bestselling author of The Cloudspotter's Guide

Get ready for a global journey like no other-a passionate enthusiast's exploration of waves that begins...


Dragonflight: In Search of Britain's Dragonflies and Damselflies

by Marianne Taylor

This book is an account of two years spent getting to know Britain's most dazzling and enigmatic insects - the dragonflies and damselflies. The quest to find, photograph, watch and learn about dragons and damsels...


Feasting, Fowling and Feathers: A History of the Exploitation of Wild Birds

by Michael Shrubb

he way wild birds have been exploited over the centuries forms the focus of this remarkable new book by Michael Shrubb. It looks at the use of birds as food, for feathers and skins, for eggs, as cage birds,...


Our Planet: How much more can Earth take?

by Jill Jäger, Lisa Bohunovsky & Stefan Giljum

Accessible, general, and readable introduction to the Sustainability Project series.


The Quest for the Golden Trout: Environmental Loss and America's Iconic Fish

by Douglas M. Thompson

A river advocate and environmentalist questions some of the unsound methods of conservation and restoration imposed on North American rivers and streams


Unlikely Loves: 43 Heartwarming True Stories from the Animal Kingdom

by Jennifer S. Holland

Unlikely Friendships is the phenomenal New York Times bestseller that's spent 44 weeks on the list and has 615,000 copies in print. It's struck a chord with media, from CBS This Morning to USA Today, and Temple...


The Global Forest: Forty Ways Trees Can Save Us

by Diana Beresford-Kroeger

A lushly written, compelling tribute to trees-grounded in a wide range of scientific knowledge.

Renowned scientist Diana Beresford-Kroeger presents an unforgettable and highly original work of natural history...


Greener Than Thou: Are You Really an Environmentalist?

by Terry L. Anderson & Laura E. Huggins

In a powerful argument for free market environmentalism, Terry Anderson and Laura Huggins break down liberal and conservative stereotypes of what it means to be an environmentalist. They show that, by forming...


Trees in Paradise: A California History

by Jared Farmer

From roots to canopy, a lush, verdant history of the making of California. California now has more trees than at any time since the late Pleistocene. This green landscape, however, is not the work of nature....


Waltzes with Giants: The Twilight Journey of the North Atlantic Right Whale

by Peter C. Stone

Waltzes with Giants is a moving portrait of one of the earth’s largest endangered mammals. Mystical and provocative, the book is inspired by a real North Atlantic right whale (Eubalaena glacialis) and her...


Bees Make the Best Pets: All the Buzz About Being Resilient, Collaborative, Industrious, Generous, and Sweet-Straight from the Hive

by Jack Mingo

Writer and beekeeper Jack Mingo, who set up his first backyard hive in 2004, offers his humorous and unique observations of the world of the mystical, matriarchal, gentle, sweet bee in Bees Make the Best Pets...


Sustainable Development in Crisis Conditions: Challenges of War, Terrorism, and Civil Disorder

by Phillip J. Cooper & Claudia María| Vargas

Sustainable Development in Crisis Conditions takes a broad-based and integrative approach to exploring nation-building and reconstruction in the wake of environmentally destructive warfare.


Energy, the Environment, and Public Opinion

by Eric R.A.N. Smith

This book explores the intricate relationship between public opinion and energy issues. Energy, the Environment, and Public Opinion sheds light on how much the public understands about energy policy, what the...


Historical Dictionary of the Green Movement

by Miranda Schreurs & Elim Papadakis

Human beings have been concerned about nature and their place in it for millennia. Disquiet about the consequences of human action on the natural environment date back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The efforts...


World Ecological Degradation: Accumulation, Urbanization, and Deforestation, 3000BC-AD2000

by Sing C. Chew

Deforestation, soil runoff, salination, pollution. While recurrent themes of the contemporary world, they are not new to us. In this broad sweeping review of the environmental impacts of human settlement and...


GroundWork for Community-Based Conservation: Strategies for Social Research

by Diane Russell & Camilla Harshbarger

While ecological and biophysical sciences have dominated the theory and practice of conservation, practitioners and researchers worldwide know that conservation initiatives have profound social impacts and consequences...


The Bamboos of the World: Annotated Nomenclature and Literature of the Species and the Higher and Lower Taxa

by D. Ohrnberger

Bamboos constitute one of a few select categories of plants which are taxonomically related, very rich in species and of vital economic and ecological importance. Since the early 20th century the accepted number...