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Explore the wonders of wild Mongolia through the eyes of a distinguished field biologist
The groundbreaking history of how climate change transformed Europe and the world, from a renowned archaeologist -- updated with a new preface on the latest climate research
The definitive guide to understanding and interpreting mountain weather systems
With this spectacularly illustrated gift edition, a new generation of readers can walk beside one of America's most respected naturalists as he conveys the beauty of a marsh before sunrise or the wealth of history to be found in an ancient oak.
"Brunner masterfully does in words what resilient and adventurous people have done in their lives for centuries: he finds beauty in blizzards and ice and the crystallized enchantment of snow."--Dan Egan, Pulitzer finalist and author of The Death and Life of the Great Lakes.s.
A large-format photographic book presenting water in all its diversity and beauty. Includes fascinating texts on the natural history of water on earth. Where does it come from? What role has it played in the emergence of life? An original gift for science buffs, nature lovers, and photography enthusiasts alike.
Collecting texts from all corners of the world that span antiquity to the present, The Ocean Reader charts humans' relationship to the ocean, treating it as a dynamic site of history, culture, and politics.
David Finnigan's daring new play Kill Climate Deniers asks: what would it take to stop climate change? Science? Recycling? Experts? Or maybe: techno, guns and revolution?
THE PERFECT STOCKING FILLER FOR NATURE LOVERS'To see a hare sit still as stone, to watch a hare boxing on a frosty March morning, to witness a hare bolt . They are arrogant, as in Aesop's The Hare and the Tortoise, and absurd, as in Lewis Carroll's Mad March Hare.
Fierce Beauty: Storms of the Great Plains includes more than 100 photographs of tornadoes, lightning, dust storms, and storm phenomena by award-winning photographer Eric Meola, including a vivid description of a moment-by-moment close encounter with a cataclysmic tornado by renowned storm chaser and meteorologist William T. Reid.
The Great Plains is a well-known and well-studied hybrid zone for many animals, most notably birds. In Great Plains Birds Larkin Powell explores the history, geography, and geology of the plains and the birds that inhabit it.
A collection of proverbs, ancient and modern wisdom, meditations and poems to celebrate the sea.
In 1697 Martin Martin, a Gaelic-speaking scholar from Skye, travelled to St Kilda to study the island's flora and fauna and to learn about the now extinct great auk. Much of the information that he gathered during this expedition was relayed to him by the islanders.
A fascinating journey through the atmosphere that will leave you breathless. Every Breath You Take combines scientific evidence with Mark's personal stories and advice on what you can do to improve air quality, giving us the low-down on what's up high.
This book offers a general introduction to the jet stream, and examines how it affects much of the weather across the northern hemisphere. The science is built up as we follow a journey along the jet stream, providing structure and an element of a travelogue.