The Trees in My Forest

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ISBN: 9780061844300
Release Date: 2009-10-13
Number of pages: 256
Author: Bernd Heinrich
Publisher: Harper Collins

Download and read online The Trees in My Forest in PDF and EPUB Ina book destined to become a classic, biologist and acclaimed nature writer Bernd Heinrich takes readers on an eye-opening journey through the hidden life of a forest.

The Trees in My Forest

Filename: the-trees-in-my-forest.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015041315642
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 239
Author: Bernd Heinrich
Publisher: Harpercollins

Download and read online The Trees in My Forest in PDF and EPUB A lifetime observer of the natural world shares his vast knowledge and reflections on the trees of the Northeast woodlands and the rhythms of their seasons, from the DNA contained in an apple seed to the great branches beyond reach.

The Trees in My Forest

Filename: the-trees-in-my-forest.pdf
ISBN: 0060929421
Release Date: 1998-09-09
Number of pages: 256
Author: Bernd Heinrich
Publisher: Harper Perennial

Download and read online The Trees in My Forest in PDF and EPUB Winner of the New England Book Award Best Nonfiction Award and the Franklin Fairbanks Award of the Fairbanks Museum In a book destined to become a classic, biologist and acclaimed nature writer Bernd Heinrich takes readers on an eye-opening journey through the hidden life of a forest.

Teaching the Trees Lessons from the Forest

Filename: teaching-the-trees-lessons-from-the-forest.pdf
ISBN: 9780820335988
Release Date: 2010-09-15
Number of pages: 176
Author: Joan Maloof
Publisher: University of Georgia Press

Download and read online Teaching the Trees Lessons from the Forest in PDF and EPUB In this collection of natural-history essays, biologist Joan Maloof embarks on a series of lively, fact-filled expeditions into forests of the eastern United States. Through Maloof’s engaging, conversational style, each essay offers a lesson in stewardship as it explores the interwoven connections between a tree species and the animals and insects whose lives depend on it--and who, in turn, work to ensure the tree’s survival. Never really at home in a laboratory, Maloof took to the woods early in her career. Her enthusiasm for firsthand observation in the wild spills over into her writing, whether the subject is the composition of forest air, the eagle’s preference for nesting in loblolly pines, the growth rings of the bald cypress, or the gray squirrel’s fondness for weevil-infested acorns. With a storyteller’s instinct for intriguing particulars, Maloof expands our notions about what a tree “is” through her many asides--about the six species of leafhoppers who eat only sycamore leaves or the midges who live inside holly berries and somehow prevent them from turning red. As a scientist, Maloof accepts that trees have a spiritual dimension that cannot be quantified. As an unrepentant tree hugger, she finds support in the scientific case for biodiversity. As an activist, she can’t help but wonder how much time is left for our forests.

The Forest for the Trees Revised and Updated

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ISBN: 9781101444078
Release Date: 2010-10-05
Number of pages: 304
Author: Betsy Lerner
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online The Forest for the Trees Revised and Updated in PDF and EPUB Quickly established as an essential and enduring companion for aspiring writers when it was first published, Betsy Lerner's sharp, funny, and insightful guide has been meticulously updated and revised to address the dramatic changes that have reshaped the publishing industry in the decade since. From blank page to first glowing (or gutting) review, Betsy Lerner is a knowing and sympathetic coach who helps writers discover how they can be more productive in the creative process and how they can better their odds of not only getting published, but getting published well. This is an essential trove of advice for writers and an indispensable user's manual to both the inner life of the writer and the increasingly anxious place where art and commerce meet: the boardrooms and cubicles of the publishing house.

All the Trees of the Forest

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ISBN: 9780300189506
Release Date: 2013-10-22
Number of pages: 348
Author: Alon Tal
Publisher: Yale University Press

Download and read online All the Trees of the Forest in PDF and EPUB The extraordinary story of Israel s forests, from ancient times to the present."

The Forest and the Trees

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ISBN: 156639564X
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 205
Author: Allan G. Johnson
Publisher: Temple University Press

Download and read online The Forest and the Trees in PDF and EPUB One sociologist's response to the hypothetical - the core insight with the greatest potential to change how people see the world and themselves in it. The book is an account of how sociological practice affects almost every aspect of life, from news headlines to the experience of growing older.

Forest and the Trees

Filename: forest-and-the-trees.pdf
ISBN: 9781603063746
Release Date: 2015-04-28
Number of pages: 344
Author: Floyd McGowin
Publisher: NewSouth Books

Download and read online Forest and the Trees in PDF and EPUB Norman Floyd McGowin Jr. was born into a prosperous family whose W. T. Smith Lumber Company dominated the small town of Chapman in Butler County in south Alabama. Family members achieved distinction in business, politics, the arts, and society. Floyd grew up, as he put it, during "periods of our region's and country's history that have encompassed momentous social, political, economic, and technological change. More took place in the last two-thirds of the 20th century along these lines than probably during any comparable period. My life has been full and interesting, and I have been privileged to know a lot of people and be involved in situations that illustrate change in both the physical aspects of life as well as the values that affect it." Thus while in that "era of my life between active employment and impotent geezerhood, where I see things with more clarity and truth than previously," he decided to write a memoir so that his grandson Peter and other young people "might better understand what is different and what is the same with regard to the past." His story unfolds in three parts: family, early education, and surroundings; Yale University and the Marine Corps; and his years in business. "It is my hope that this book will pay adequate tribute to those people and times that have formed mine," he wrote.

The Tree in the Ancient Forest

Filename: the-tree-in-the-ancient-forest.pdf
ISBN: 1883220319
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 32
Author: Carol Reed-Jones
Publisher: Dawn Publications (CA)

Download and read online The Tree in the Ancient Forest in PDF and EPUB A repetitive text describes how everything in an old-growth forest is interrelated around a three-hundred-year-old Douglas fir

The Songs of Trees

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ISBN: 9780698176508
Release Date: 2017-04-04
Number of pages: 304
Author: David George Haskell
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online The Songs of Trees in PDF and EPUB The author of the Pulitzer Prize finalist The Forest Unseen visits with nature’s most magnificent networkers — trees "At once lyrical and informative, filled with beauty." – Elizabeth Kolbert, author of The Sixth Extinction David Haskell’s award-winning The Forest Unseen won acclaim for eloquent writing and deep engagement with the natural world. Now, Haskell brings his powers of observation to the biological networks that surround all species, including humans. Haskell repeatedly visits a dozen trees around the world, exploring the trees’ connections with webs of fungi, bacterial communities, cooperative and destructive animals, and other plants. An Amazonian ceibo tree reveals the rich ecological turmoil of the tropical forest, along with threats from expanding oil fields. Thousands of miles away, the roots of a balsam fir in Canada survive in poor soil only with the help of fungal partners. These links are nearly two billion years old: the fir’s roots cling to rocks containing fossils of the first networked cells. By unearthing charcoal left by Ice Age humans and petrified redwoods in the Rocky Mountains, Haskell shows how the Earth’s climate has emerged from exchanges among trees, soil communities, and the atmosphere. Now humans have transformed these networks, powering our societies with wood, tending some forests, but destroying others. Haskell also attends to trees in places where humans seem to have subdued “nature” – a pear tree on a Manhattan sidewalk, an olive tree in Jerusalem, a Japanese bonsai– demonstrating that wildness permeates every location. Every living being is not only sustained by biological connections, but is made from these relationships. Haskell shows that this networked view of life enriches our understanding of biology, human nature, and ethics. When we listen to trees, nature’s great connectors, we learn how to inhabit the relationships that give life its source, substance, and beauty.

Trees in the Forest

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ISBN: 0997903112
Release Date: 2016-10-31
Number of pages: 152
Author: Rita Cevasco

Download and read online Trees in the Forest in PDF and EPUB Trees in the Forest offers parents and educators extensive and creative ideas to help to help them teach their children to become lifelong readers AND writers. With over 30 years of experience as a Speech and Language Pathologist specializing in reading and writing, Rita Cevasco has impacted the lives of countless children and their parents. Now she teams up with artist and children's book author Tracy Molitors to provide resources that are rich in language and art-based techniques. Trees in the Forest can be used as part of any language arts program for years to come!

Salmon in the Trees

Filename: salmon-in-the-trees.pdf
ISBN: 1594850917
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 172
Author: Amy Gulick
Publisher: Braided River

Download and read online Salmon in the Trees in PDF and EPUB Salmon in the Trees tells the story of the Tongass, a 17-million acre temperate rainforest spread along the coast and across thousands of islands in the panhandle of Alaska. With some of the highest densities of grizzly bears, black bears, and bald eagles in the world, the Tongass National Forest is a place that time hasn't quite caught up to-yet. Can the great forest's biological treasures withstand the modern pressures of a globalized world? For the past two years, wildlife photographer Amy Gulick has documented the grizzlies, wolves, eagles, humpback whales, and wild salmon of the Tongass. Combined with essays from renowned conservationists, scientists, and writers Richard Nelson, Brad Matsen, Dr. Carl Safina, Ray Troll, Rosita Worl, Richard Carstensen, John Schoen, Douglas Chadwick, and John Straley, Gulick's images tell a hopeful story of a rare ecosystem that still contains all of its original components-and where the local people continue to sustainably manage its resources.

Across the River and Into the Trees

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ISBN: 9781476770031
Release Date: 2014-05-22
Number of pages: 272
Author: Ernest Hemingway
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Across the River and Into the Trees in PDF and EPUB In the fall of 1948, Ernest Hemingway made his first extended visit to Italy in thirty years. His reacquaintance with Venice, a city he loved, provided the inspiration for Across the River and into the Trees, the story of Richard Cantwell, a war-ravaged American colonel stationed in Italy at the close of the Second World War, and his love for a young Italian countess. A poignant, bittersweet homage to love that overpowers reason, to the resilience of the human spirit, and to the worldweary beauty and majesty of Venice, Across the River and into the Trees stands as Hemingway's statement of defiance in response to the great dehumanizing atrocities of the Second World War. Hemingway's last full-length novel published in his lifetime, it moved John O'Hara in The New York Times Book Review to call him “the most important author since Shakespeare.”

The Trees of San Francisco

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ISBN: 9780899977447
Release Date: 2013-10-21
Number of pages: 192
Author: Michael Sullivan
Publisher: Wilderness Press

Download and read online The Trees of San Francisco in PDF and EPUB Trees of San Francisco introduces readers to the rich variety of trees that thrive in San Francisco's unique conditions. San Francisco's cool Mediterranean climate has made it home to interesting and unusual trees from all over the world - trees as colorful and exotic as the city itself. This new guide combines engaging descriptions of sixty-five different trees with color photos that reflect the visual appeal of San Francisco. Each page covers a different tree, with several paragraphs of interesting text accompanied by one or two photos. Each entry for a tree also lists locations where "landmark" specimens of the tree can be found. Interspersed throughout the book are sidebar stories of general interest related to San Francisco's trees. Trees of San Francisco also includes a dozen tree tours that will link landmark trees and local attractions in interesting San Francisco neighborhoods such as the Castro, Pacific Heights and the Mission - walks that will appeal to tourists as well as Bay Area natives.

The People in the Trees

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ISBN: 9780385536783
Release Date: 2013-08-13
Number of pages: 384
Author: Hanya Yanagihara
Publisher: Anchor

Download and read online The People in the Trees in PDF and EPUB Readers of exciting, challenging and visionary literary fiction—including admirers of Norman Rush's Mating, Ann Patchett's State of Wonder, Barbara Kingsolver's The Poisonwood Bible, and Peter Matthiessen's At Play in the Fields of the Lord—will be drawn to this astonishingly gripping and accomplished first novel. A decade in the writing, this is an anthropological adventure story that combines the visceral allure of a thriller with a profound and tragic vision of what happens when cultures collide. It is a book that instantly catapults Hanya Yanagihara into the company of young novelists who really, really matter. In 1950, a young doctor called Norton Perina signs on with the anthropologist Paul Tallent for an expedition to the remote Micronesian island of Ivu'ivu in search of a rumored lost tribe. They succeed, finding not only that tribe but also a group of forest dwellers they dub "The Dreamers," who turn out to be fantastically long-lived but progressively more senile. Perina suspects the source of their longevity is a hard-to-find turtle; unable to resist the possibility of eternal life, he kills one and smuggles some meat back to the States. He scientifically proves his thesis, earning worldwide fame and the Nobel Prize, but he soon discovers that its miraculous property comes at a terrible price. As things quickly spiral out of his control, his own demons take hold, with devastating personal consequences.