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A Desert Calling: Hardback: Harvard University Press: 9780674007475: 07 May 2002: This volume affords an intimate understanding of the biologists vocation. As he astonishes the reader with the range and variety of knowledge to be acquired through the determined investigation of little-known habitats, Michael Mares opens a window on his uncommon life. For most of us the word "desert" conjures up images of barren wasteland, vast, dry stretches inimical to life. But for a great array of creatures, perhaps even more plentiful than those who inhabit tropical rainforests, the desert is a haven and a home. Travel with Michael Mares into the deserts of Argentina, Iran, Egypt, and the American Southwest and you will encounter a rich and memorable variety of these small, tenacious animals, many of them first discovered by Mares in areas never before studied. Accompanying Mares on his forays into these hostile habitats, we observe the remarkable behavioral, physiological, and ecological adaptations that have allowed such little-known species of rodents, bats, and other small mammals to persist in an arid world. At the same time, we see firsthand the perils and pitfalls that await biologists who venture into the field to investigate new habitats, discover new species, and add to our knowledge of the diversity of life. Filled with the seductions and trials that such adventures entail, A Desert Calling affords an intimate understanding of the biologist's vocation. As he astonishes us with the range and variety of knowledge to be acquired through the determined investigation of little-known habitats, Mares opens a window on his own uncommon life, as well as on the uncommon life of the remote and mysterious corners of our planet. Animal Ecology, , , , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Harvard University Press]

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For most of us the word "desert" conjures up images of barren wasteland, vast, dry stretches inimical to life. But for a great array of creatures, perhaps even more plentiful than those who inhabit tropical rainforests, the desert is a haven and a home. Travel with Michael Mares into the deserts of Argentina, Iran, Egypt, and the American Southwest and you will encounter a rich and memorable variety of these small, tenacious animals, many of them first discovered by Mares in areas never before studied. Accompanying Mares on his forays into these hostile habitats, we observe the remarkable behavioral, physiological, and ecological adaptations that have allowed such little-known species of rodents, bats, and other small mammals to persist in an arid world. At the same time, we see firsthand the perils and pitfalls that await biologists who venture into the field to investigate new habitats, discover new species, and add to our knowledge of the diversity of life. Filled with the seductions and trials that such adventures entail, A Desert Calling affords an intimate understanding of the biologist's vocation. As he astonishes us with the range and variety of knowledge to be acquired through the determined investigation of little-known habitats, Mares opens a window on his own uncommon life, as well as on the uncommon life of the remote and mysterious corners of our planet. animals,biological sciences,biology,biology and life sciences,ecology,mammals,nature,science,science and math,science and math Biology, Harvard University Press

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Travel with Michael Mares into the deserts of Argentina, Iran, Egypt, and the American Southwest and encounter a rich and memorable variety of small, tenacious animals. Observe the remarkable behavioral, physiological, and ecological adaptations that have allowed them to persist in an arid world. Illustrations.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780674007475
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0674007476
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
Herausgeber: HARVARD UNIV PR
318 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,640 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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