By T. Scott Bryan, Betty Tucker-Bryan
Initially released in 1995, quickly after demise Valley nationwide Park grew to become the fifty-third park within the U.S. park method, The Explorer's consultant to demise Valley nationwide Park used to be the 1st entire guidebook to be had for this remarkable area.Now in its moment variation, this is often nonetheless the one ebook that comes with all facets of the park. even more than simply a guidebook, it covers the park s cultural heritage, botany and zoology, climbing and cycling possibilities, and extra. info is supplied for all of loss of life Valley s viewers, from first-time tourists simply studying concerning the quarter to those that are returning for in-depth explorations.Rewritten, reorganized, and revised, the e-book comprises up-to-date point-to-point logs for each highway inside and round the park, in addition to new maps extra actual than these in the other book. With huge enter from nationwide Park carrier source administration, legislation enforcement, and interpretive group of workers, in addition to an intensive bibliography for steered interpreting, The Explorer s advisor to demise Valley nationwide Park, moment variation is the main updated, exact, and complete advisor to be had for this nationwide treasure.
By Melissa Boyde (eds.)
By Takaaki Uda
Seashores in Japan were eroding because the Seventies as a result man made land changes. nearly 3000 fishing ports and a thousand advertisement ports were equipped national, in addition to 2532 huge dams being developed within the upstream basins of huge rivers. as a result of port and dam advancements, fluvial sand provide has considerably lowered leading to coastline recession round the river mouths. non-stop sand provide alongside the sea coast has additionally been obstructed by way of the port breakwaters. The formation of wave preserve quarter through the port breakwaters result in longshore sand delivery, thereby resulting in an accretion of huge quantity of sand within the wave safeguard sector and erosion within the surrounding quarter. hence, just about all reasons of the seashore erosion in Japan are because of anthropogenic components. the precise state of affairs of the seashore erosion hasn't ever been transparent in literatures which are written in eastern, or in English. Coastal engineers can and may study from those effects, differently an identical state of affairs and difficulties, that have been caused by means of over the top coastal improvement with out safeguard measures and due realization given to within reach coasts, will recur through the global. Textbooks on coastal engineering, that have been already released, describe basically the theoretical basics of the topic, yet lack the sensible views and box reviews. The e-book examines many coastal components as examples, highlighting some of the erosion elements which will be shunned somewhere else globally. This e-book used to be first released in jap in 2004, and was once translated into English by way of the current writer.
By J. Parnell
By Peter M. Leschak
In a sequence of essays, the writer explores the myriad of relationships among nature--from the north woods of Minnesota to the mountains of Mexico--and his consistent fight to understand the worth of every second of existence. UP.
By David Rains Wallace
With a naturalist’s eye, a penchant for neighborhood historical past, and an visible ardour for the topic, Wallace’s new assortment is without doubt one of the first nature writing committed solely to the Bay quarter. Informative, engrossing, and exquisitely defined, Mountains and Marshes gives unforeseen but wide-spread perspectives of a cherished zone that, even amidst centuries of development and alter, is as dynamic because it is timeless.
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The real tale of ten difficult and tattooed bikers who rescue animals in danger
Though Joe Panz, Johnny O, Batso, titanic Ant, G, Angel, Des, and Eric firstly met and shaped their friendships at tattoo and bike conventions, they quickly realized that they shared one other ardour: animals. every one were rescuing afflicted animals all alone for years. They determined to shape Rescue Ink to wrestle the matter of animal abuse on a bigger scale.
operating from suggestions from involved friends and nameless assets, they've got rescued numerous animals, together with a dognapped bulldog and a hundred and eighty cats from the house of a hoarder. In among rescues, they’ve protested the barbaric practices of a horse slaughterhouse, visited colleges to coach youngsters approximately animal kindness and that “abusers are losers,” and took part in dog Mill understanding Day in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Former Newsday author Denise Flaim chronicles their adventurous stories, detailing simply what those brawny bikers, who will cease at not anything in the bounds of the legislation, can train us all approximately respecting the creatures in our midst.
By Loren Eiseley
VERY-GOOD HARDBACK IN DUSTJACKET THAT used to be excellent yet backside 2 INCHES OF entrance obtained CRUMPLED UP AND TORN ON aspects (MENDED yet nonetheless now not nice LOOKING).
By George Wuerthner
Has every thing viewers need to know approximately those parks, together with their histories, plant and animal existence, and conservation matters. With box consultant, lifestyles lists, and beautiful color photographs.
By V. Golemansky, N. Chipev
It is a number of papers proposing the clinical result of the 3rd Bulgarian Antartic excursion (1995). insurance comprises papers on weather conditions, soils, humus formation, plants, soil micro-organisms; actinomyces and streptomyces traces, diatoms, interstitial rhizopods, testate amoebae, soil nematodes, cestodes in birds on the Bulgarian Antartic Base at the Livingston Island, South Shetlands, Antarctic. in addition to booklet of recent facts, so much papers additionally comprise short overviews on comparable reviews from the Antarctic. Maps and pictures of the studied habitats also are enclosed.