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eBook River Life : The Natural and Cultural History of a Northern River ePub

by John Bates,Greg Linder,Terry Daulton

  • ISBN: 0965676331
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: John Bates,Greg Linder,Terry Daulton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Manitowish River Press; 1st edition (March 1, 2001)
  • Pages: 376
  • ePub book: 1700 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1399 kb
  • Other: doc rtf lrf lit
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 558

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River Life takes you on a guided tour of the Manitowish River in northern Wisconsin.

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River Life takes you on a guided tour of the Manitowish River in northern Wisconsin. Rivers resonate with sounds, smells, mysteries and beauty. By exploring the science, history and aesthetics of rivers, River Life brings the essence of rivers into focus. ISBN13:9780965676335. Release Date:March 2001.

The Natural and Cultural History of a Northern River. Published March 2001 by Manitowish River Press. Check nearby libraries.

A monumental and extraordinarily beautiful guide to Earth's wildlife and natural wonders - its rocks, minerals, animals, plants, fungi, and microorganisms - this book was 5 years in the making. Covering more than 5,000 species, it is one-of-a-kind; the only book to offer a complete visual survey of Earth's natural history. Packed with thousands of stunning, specially commissioned photographs, The Natural History Book was written by a worldwide team of natural history experts.

The Saint John River (French: Fleuve Saint-Jean) is a 673 kilometres (418 mi) long river that flows from Northern Maine into Canada, and runs south along the western side of New Brunswick.

The Saint John River (French: Fleuve Saint-Jean) is a 673 kilometres (418 mi) long river that flows from Northern Maine into Canada, and runs south along the western side of New Brunswick, emptying into the Atlantic Ocean in the Bay of Fundy. Eastern Canada's longest river, its drainage basin is one of the largest on the east coast at about 55,000 square kilometres (21,000 sq mi).

by John Bates and Terry Daulton (Illustrated). These plants form a dense root network that allow us to walk on them. The waterbed-like feel of a northern quaking bog is a memorable experience for many participants. Rivers are sacred places that resonate with sounds, smells, sensations, mysteries and beauty. River Life takes you on a guided exploration of the Manitowish River, a small river in northern Wisconsin. While out there, we will examine the many unique plants that call this area home. The carnivorous pitcher plant, sphagnum moss, leatherleaf, labrador tea, black spruce and tamarack are some of the plants and trees we'll expect to see.

River Life: The Natural and Cultural History of a Northern River takes you on a guided exploration of the Manitowish River, a small river in northern Wisconsin. Packed with information, River Life examines current ecological studies, probes fur trader journals and archaeological surveys, and explores the author s personal observations to vividly describe the life of a northern river. By exploring the science, aesthetics, and poetry of rivers, River Life brings the essence of rivers into focus.

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the cultural implications of eco-tourism, deep ecology, genetic engineering, and artificial life. The essays are accompanied by more that fifty photographs, maps, paintings, and engravings that illustrate the visual culture of Irish nature. In Nature in Ireland, the disciplinary boundaries that have partitioned the study of nature are cleared away with wit, style, and scrupulous scholarship. It is a landmark publication in the study of Irish history, science, and culture. Nature in ireland -nop/128

River Life: The Natural and Cultural History of a Northern River takes you on a guided exploration of the Manitowish River, a small river in northern Wisconsin. Packed with information, River Life examines current ecological studies, probes fur trader journals and archaeological surveys, and explores the author s personal observations to vividly describe the life of a northern river. By exploring the science, aesthetics, and poetry of rivers, River Life brings the essence of rivers into focus.