5 edition of nature of the islands found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 144-145) and index.
|Statement||by Virginia Barlow ; color illustrations by Katie Shears ; photographs by John Douglas, Virginia Barlow, Chris Doyle ; underwater photographs by Joan Bourque ; black and white drawings by Joan Waltermire, Chris Doyle ; edited by Chris Doyle.|
|Series||A Chris Doyle guide|
|LC Classifications||QH109.A5 B37 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152 p. :|
|Number of Pages||152|
|LC Control Number||92075541|
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Virginia Barlow is a consulting forester in Vermont and her love of nature shines through the pages of this intriguing book. She has explored many small Caribbean islands and the result is a lively entertaining look at tropical nature. Barlow travels throughout the Caribbean with guide author Chris Doyle.4/5(6).
CEMEX Nature Book Series. Nature’s Solutions to Climate Change. Year: "Islands" celebrates our planet’s more thanislands which have long inspired human imagination.
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Wayside Plants of the Islands includes color photos of of the most common of lowland species together with descriptions and other useful information (such as the local name). Because many of these species range beyond the islands, this book would be useful for a visitor to any part of the tropics.
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Spatz, James C. Russell, Wes Sechrest, Federico Méndez Sánchez. ‘Islands’ captures the spectacular diversity and singularity of many of our planet’s outstanding islands. Through a combination of impressive photography and brilliant expert commentary, this volume aims to inspire global audiences to appreciate our islands’ many examples of conservation successes and to create awareness of the importance of protecting the natural diversity of these.
From a small island in the Baltic Sea to the large tropical islands of Borneo and Madagascar, Messages from Islands is a global tour of these natural, water-bound laboratories.
In this career-spanning work, Ilkka Hanski draws upon the many islands on which he performed fieldwork to convey key themes in ecology. By exploring the islands’ biodiversity as an introduction to general issues. The way ecologists study nature depends on how narrowly or broadly they focus their observations and experiments.
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