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The Way of a Ship

by Derek Lundy

When, as a young man in the 1880s, Benjamin Lundy signed up for duty aboard a square-rigged commercial sailing vessel, he began a journey more exciting, and more terrifying, than he could have ever imagined:...


Recycling Construction & Demolition Waste: A LEED-Based Toolkit (GreenSource)

by Greg Winkler

A Complete Reference on Construction Waste Recycling

This GreenSource guide offers comprehensive information on how to recycle as much as 95 percent of new construction and demolition waste, reuse existing materials,...


How to Profit from Climate Change

by Francis J Barram

Increase profits by up to 30% by eliminating your energy waste! This is the most powerful, persuasive & practical book on taking control of business energy use you will ever read. It is full of practical ideas...


Manatees: Our Vanishing Mermaids

by Timothy O'Keefe

Manatees are among nature’s strangest-looking, gentlest animals. They’re among America’s most endangered mammals and were the basis for ancient tales of mermaids, legendary creatures that were half-fish...


The Environmental Legacy of the UC Natural Reserve System

by Peggy L. Fiedler, Susan Gee Rumsey & Kathleen M. Wong

The UC Natural Reserve System, established in 1965 to support field research, teaching, and public service in natural environments, has become a prototype of conservation and land stewardship looked to by natural...


Systems Science and Modeling for Ecological Economics

by Alexey A. Voinov

Modeling is a key component to sciences from mathematics to life science, including environmental and ecological studies. By looking at the underlying concepts of the software, we can make sure that we build...


At the Hand of Man: Peril and Hope for Africa's Wildlife

by Raymond Bonner

Defying conventional wisdom even as it makes an impassioned plea for moral common sense, this book by an award-winning journalist sheds a new light on the history and politics of the African conservation movement....


Red: Passion and Patience in the Desert

by Terry Tempest Williams

The beloved author of Refuge, Terry Tempest Williams is one of the country’s most eloquent and imaginative writers. The desert is her blood. In this potent collage of stories, essays, and testimony, Red makes...


At the Hand of Man: Peril and Hope for Africa's Wildlife

by Raymond Bonner

Defying conventional wisdom even as it makes an impassioned plea for moral common sense, this book by an award-winning journalist sheds a new light on the history and politics of the African conservation movement....


Animal Wise: The Thoughts and Emotions of Our Fellow Creatures

by Virginia Morell

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a fish? Or a parrot, dolphin, or an elephant?  Do they experience thoughts that are similar to ours, or have feelings of grief and love? These are tough questions,...


Homegrown Honey Bees: An Absolute Beginner's Guide to Beekeeping Your First Year, from Hiving to Honey Harvest

by Alethea Morrison & Mars Vilaubi

This beginner's guide to beekeeping clearly explains everything you need to know, from getting your first bees to harvesting your first crop of honey. Spectacular macro photography brings the inner workings...


Big December Canvasbacks, Revised

by Worth Mathewson

Big December Canvasbacks is an almost poetic celebration of the beautiful waterfowl of the Northwest United States and the captivating places they inhabit.


The Politics and Economics of Park Management

by Alexander James, Terry L. Anderson & Stephanie Presber James

The Politics and Economics of Park Management examines national protected area systems, in both developed and developing countries, that have made a transformation from 'fortress parks' to a sustainable use...


Rare Encounters with Ordinary Birds

by Lyanda Lynn Haupt

Naturalist Lyanda Lynn Haupt, an ornithology teacher and researcher, examines the amazing talents and personalities of the most common of birds. She muses on the tarnished reputation of the starling, the sexed-up...


Measure of a Mountain: Beauty and Terror on Mount Rainier

by Bruce Barcott

In The Measure of a Mountain, Seattle writer Bruce Barcott sets out to know Rainier. His method is exploratory, meandering, personal. He begins by encircling it, first by car then on foot. He finds that the...


The Secret World of Slugs and Snails: Life in the Very Slow Lane

by David George Gordon

A preeminent expert on the small wonders of the natural world, David George Gordon playfully and thoughtfully sheds light on the fascinating lives of slugs and snails. Covering everything from snail sex to the...


On Mount Hood: A Biography of Oregon's Perilous Peak

by Jon Bell

On Mount Hood is a contemporary, first-person narrative biography of Oregon's greatest mountain, featuring stories full of adventure and tragedy, history and geology, people and places, trivia and lore. The...


Day Hike! Olympic Peninsula, 2nd Edition: The Best Trails You Can Hike in a Day

by Seabury Blair

A guide written just for people who want to spend their days in the mountains and their nights back at home. DAY HIKE! uncovers the best trails for the day tripper, whether you’re a newbie hiker or a veteran...


On Politics and Parks: People, Places, Politics, Parks

by George Lambert Bristol & Andrew Sansom

When George Bristol first saw the mountains surrounding East Glacier, Montana, in the early summer of 1961, he was, in his own words, awed to his depths. Thus began a love affair with nature and public parks...


A Hundred Years of Texas Waterfowl Hunting: The Decoys, Guides, Clubs, and Places, 1870s to 1970s

by R. K. Sawyer & Matt Kaminski

The days are gone when seemingly limitless numbers of canvasbacks, mallards, and Canada geese filled the skies above the Texas coast. Gone too are the days when, in a single morning, hunters often harvested...