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Resource and Environmental Economics: Modern Issues and Applications

by Clement A Tisdell

This important book deals with the essential principles of resource and environmental economics, provides applications to contemporary issues in this field, and outlines and assesses policies being used or proposed...


Introduction to Coastal Engineering and Management: 2nd Edition

by J William Kamphuis

This book is based on the author's 34 years of experience as a teacher/researcher of coastal engineering and management and on recent reflections on newly relevant issues, such as consequences of failure, impacts...


One Good Horse

by Tom Groneberg

Since moving west over a decade ago, Tom Groneberg has worked with horses as a trail guide, as a ranch hand, and as the manager of his own ranch in Montana, but he has never owned a really good horse. Until,...


Ohio Hill Country: A Rewoven Landscape

by Carolyn Platt

A fascinating survey of the geologic, environmental, and human history of southeastern OhioThe southeastern third of Ohio is quite different from the flat or gently rolling portions of the state, differing in...


Natural Resource Extraction and Indigenous Livelihoods: Development Challenges in an Era of Globalization

by Emma Gilberthorpe & Gavin Hilson

This book provides an extended analysis of how resource extraction projects stimulate social, cultural and economic change in indigenous communities. Through a range of case studies, including open cast mining,...


Land Change Science, Political Ecology and Sustainability: Synergies and Divergences

by Christian Brannstrom & Jacqueline M. Vadjunec

Recent claims regarding convergence and divergence between land change science and political ecology as approaches to the study of human-environment relationships and sustainability science are examined and...


Robbing the Bees: A Biography of Honey--The Sweet Liquid Gold that Seduced the World

by Holley Bishop

"Honey has been waiting almost ten million years for a good biography," writes Holley Bishop. Bees have been making this food on Earth for hundreds of millennia, but we humans started recording our fascination...


Botanical Essays from Kent: Some Botanical Features of a University Town in Ohio

by David E. Boufford, Tom S. Cooperrider & Hope Taft

A leading Ohio botanist reflects on Kent's remarkable floraDuring the latter half of the twentieth century, the world witnessed the rise of the modern environmental movement. Chronicling this significant occurrence...


Water 4.0: The Past, Present, and Future of the World's Most Vital Resource

by David Sedlak

Turn on the faucet, and water pours out. Pull out the drain plug, and the dirty water disappears. Most of us give little thought to the hidden systems that bring us water and take it away when we’re done with...


Bizarre Weather: Howling Winds, Pouring Rain, Blazing Heat, Freezing Cold, Huge Hurricanes, Violent Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Tornadoes, and more of Natu

by Joanne O'Sullivan

This is weather beyond your wildest imagination—yet it’s all true: showers of worms from the sky, watermelon snow, gory storms, and other freakish and fun phenomena! These stories are anything but ordinary,...


Gene Everlasting: A Contrary Farmer's Thoughts on Living Forever

by Gene Logsdon

Author Gene Logsdon—whom Wendell Berry once called “the most experienced and best observer of agriculture we have”—has a notion: That it is a little easier for gardeners and farmers to accept death than...


The Biggle Garden Book: Vegetables, Small Fruits and Flowers for Pleasure and Profit

by Jacob Biggle

When The Biggle Garden Book was first published in 1908, most people were in the habit of raising their own food and flowers. Jacob Biggle felt that a gardener’s success had to do with willpower and passion...


The Biggle Berry Book: Small Fruit Facts from Bud to Box Conserved Into Understandable Form

by Jacob Biggle

“The only just and true way for an honorable and manly man is to grow them, and let everybody about the place have all he can eat. For the berry comes from the garden to the table in tempting and presentable...


The Sugar Season: A Year in the Life of Maple Syrup, and One Family's Quest for the Sweetest Harvest

by Douglas Whynott

From the award-winning author of A Unit of Water, A Unit of Time, a year in the life of one New England family as they struggle to preserve an ancient, lucrative, and threatened agricultural art—the sweetest...


The Maine Woods

by Henry David Thoreau & Richard F. Fleck

Posthumously published in 1864, The Maine Woods depicts Henry David Thoreau's experiences in the forests of Maine, and expands on the author's transcendental theories on the relation of humanity to Nature. This...


Green This! Volume 1: Greening Your Cleaning

by Deirdre Imus

Change the way you clean and keep your family's home wholesome and healthy with the help of expert and activist Deirdre Imus.

We all grew up thinking chemical smells like bleach and ammonia signaled "clean."...


Wild Again: The Struggle to Save the Black-Footed Ferret

by David S. Jachowski

This engaging personal account of one of America's most contested wildlife conservation campaigns has as its central character the black-footed ferret. Once feared extinct, and still one of North America's rarest...


Resource Physiology of Conifers: Acquisition, Allocation, and Utilization

by William K. Smith, Thomas M. Hinckley & Jacques Roy

Coniferous forests are among the most important of ecosystems. These forests are widespread and influence both the financial and biological health of our globe. This book focuses attention on conifers and how...


Sharing Nature's Interest: Ecological Footprints as an Indicator of Sustainability

by Nicky Chambers, Craig Simmons & Mathis Wackernagel

Ecological footprinting is rapidly being adopted as an effective and practical way to measure our impact on the environment - in both large- and small-scale planning and development. This is an introduction...


50 Simple Steps to Kick Our Oil Habit

by The Green Patriot Working Group

With "50 Simple Steps to Kick America's Oil Habit", the goal of the Green Patriot Working Group is to initiate the next oil boycott--when America tells the world that it doesn't need oil anymore from unfriendly,...