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Washington DC: Smithsonian Exposition Books, 1979. Fourth edition. Hardcover. 10 1/2 x 9, 288 pgs, index, color photos throughout. A look at America's lands, past and present, from the view of ecologists. Covers changing American conceptions, the forces that shaped the continent, the ecosystems, the people and natural forces that have changed it and more.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1961. Hardcover. 6 x 9, 290 pgs, b&w illustrations, endsheets decorated with maps. Eleven famous wilderness areas, from the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming, to the Baboquivari of Arizona, to the Everglades in Florida and the Katahdin of Maine, from the eye of this famous naturalist.
New York: A.S. Barnes, 1978. Hardcover. 8 1/2 x 11 1/2, 220 pgs, b&w illustrations/leaf prints by David S. Marx. Tells about plants used in herbal medicine, edible plants, plants which produce usable fibers and natural dyes, plants which provide protective cover for wildlife, hazardous plants, and more.
Boston: Little Brown & Co, 1979. First American edition. Hardcover. 6 x 9, 290 pgs, index, b&w and color photos throughout. Provides a richly descriptive picture of the Arctic region, showing why the relatively sudden and accelerating development of its land, sea, and air spaces is of enormous consequences for...
New York: Perseus/Basic Books, 1999. Second edition. Paperback. 6 x 9, 284 pgs, index, notes, maps. Relates an understanding of global weather systems to history and archaeology. Fagan shows that short-term climate shifts have been a major force in history, causing famines, wars, and shaking people's faith in their leaders and societies.