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Meanderings in the Bush: Natural History Explorations in Outback Australia - Richard E. MacMillen
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[EAN: 9781598583830], Libro nuovo, [SC: 12.03], [PU: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC], RICHARD E. MACMILLEN,BARBARA J. MACMILLEN,NATURE WRITING, Nature|Essays, Nature|General, Paperback. 248 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.This book is a true one. It speaks of zoological science in a unique land - the Channel Country of arid Australia - through personal and immediate experience. It is a book imbued with the joy of scientific discovery and of the fun that accompanies the life of the field biologist. It tells of the fascination that Professor MacMillen felt from the time of his first exposure to what he describes as a land of ecological wonder. In so doing, it happens also to tell the human side of several scientific marvels uncovered by Dick MacMillen, such as the extraordinary water-conserving abilities of Australian hopping-mice and the amazing paradox of the desert crab. The book is true, furthermore, because it revels in the contrariness of the Australian deserts, where flooded roads are as much a hazard as are the dust and bush-flies that one expects. Large periods of my own career have similarly been devoted to the joys and tribulations of outback life and exploration, and so I can vouch for its authenticity. I commend this splendid book to you. Steve Morton, Australian Arid-zone Ecologist, and Group Executive, Sustainable Energy and Environment Unit, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra, Australia Richard (Dick) E. MacMillen, Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine, has higher degrees in Zoology from Pomona College (B. A. ), University of Michigan (M. S. ), and University of California, Los Angeles (Ph. D. ). Barbara (Barb) J. MacMillen, volunteers with The Nature Conservancy of Oregon Southwest Region, earned a B. S. in Geography from Southern Oregon University. Dicks ecological research in central Australia commenced with Fulbright support in 1966, and continued in 1974. Since 1983, Dick and Barb have participated in several additional Australian research adventures, culminating in 2002. They have lived in southern Oregons Rogue Valley since 1996. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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[EAN: 9781598583830], Libro nuovo, [SC: 0.0], [PU: Dog Ear Publishing, United States], Nature|Essays, Nature|General, Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This book is a true one. It speaks of zoological science in a unique land - the Channel Country of arid Australia - through personal and immediate experience. It is a book imbued with the joy of scientific discovery and of the fun that accompanies the life of the field biologist. It tells of the fascination that Professor MacMillen felt from the time of his first exposure to what he describes as a land of ecological wonder. In so doing, it happens also to tell the human side of several scientific marvels uncovered by Dick MacMillen, such as the extraordinary water-conserving abilities of Australian hopping-mice and the amazing paradox of the desert crab. The book is true, furthermore, because it revels in the contrariness of the Australian deserts, where flooded roads are as much a hazard as are the dust and bush-flies that one expects. Large periods of my own career have similarly been devoted to the joys and tribulations of outback life and exploration, and so I can vouch for its authenticity. I commend this splendid book to you. Steve Morton, Australian Arid-zone Ecologist, and Group Executive, Sustainable Energy Environment Unit, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra, Australia Richard (Dick) E. MacMillen, Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine, has higher degrees in Zoology from Pomona College (B.A.), University of Michigan (M.S.), and University of California, Los Angeles (Ph.D.). Barbara (Barb) J. MacMillen, volunteers with The Nature Conservancy of Oregon Southwest Region, earned a B.S. in Geography from Southern Oregon University. Dick s ecological research in central Australia commenced with Fulbright support in 1966, and continued in 1974. Since 1983, Dick and Barb have participated in several additional Australian research adventures, culminating in 2002. They have lived in southern Oregon s Rogue Valley since 1996.

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This book is a true one. It speaks of zoological science in a unique land - the Channel Country of arid Australia - through personal and immediate experience. It is a book imbued with the joy of scientific discovery and of the fun that accompanies the life of the field biologist. It tells of the fascination that Professor MacMillen felt from the time of his first exposure to what he describes as "a land of ecological wonder." In so doing, it happens also to tell the human side of several scientific marvels uncovered by Dick MacMillen, such as the extraordinary water-conserving abilities of Australian hopping-mice and the amazing paradox of the desert crab. The book is true, furthermore, because it revels in the contrariness of the Australian deserts, where flooded roads are as much a hazard as are the dust and bush-flies that one expects. Large periods of my own career have similarly been devoted to the joys and tribulations of outback life and exploration, and so I can vouch for its authenticity. I commend this splendid book to you. Steve Morton, Australian Arid-zone Ecologist, and Group Executive, Sustainable Energy & Environment Unit, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra, Australia Richard (Dick) E. MacMillen, Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine, has higher degrees in Zoology from Pomona College (B.A.), University of Michigan (M.S.), and University of California, Los Angeles (Ph.D.). Barbara (Barb) J. MacMillen, volunteers with The Nature Conservancy of Oregon Southwest Region, earned a B.S. in Geography from Southern Oregon University. Dick's ecological research in central Australia commenced withFulbright support in 1966, and continued in 1974. Since 1983, Dick and Barb have participated in several additional Australian research adventures, culminating in 2002. They have lived in southern Oregon's Rogue Valley since 1996. Meanderings in the Bush: Natural History Explorations in Outback Australia Macmillen, Richard E. / Macmillen, Barbara J., Dog Ear Publishing

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This book is a true one. It speaks of zoological science in a unique land - the Channel Country of arid Australia - through personal and immediate experience. It is a book imbued with the joy of scientific discovery and of the fun that accompanies the life of the field biologist. It tells of the fascination that Professor MacMillen felt from the time of his first exposure to what he describes as ´´a land of ecological wonder´´. In so doing, it happens also to tell the human side of several scientific marvels uncovered by Dick MacMillen, such as the extraordinary water-conserving abilities of Australian hopping-mice and the amazing paradox of the desert crab. The book is true, furthermore, because it revels in the contrariness of the Australian deserts, where flooded roads are as much a hazard as are the dust and bush-flies that one expects. Large periods of my own career have similarly been devoted to the joys and tribulations of outback life and exploration, and so I can vouch for its authenticity. I commend this splendid book to you.Steve Morton, Australian Arid-zone Ecologist, and Group Executive, Sustainable Energy & Environment Unit, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra, Australia Richard (Dick) E. MacMillen, Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine, has higher degrees in Zoology from Pomona College (B.A.), University of Michigan (M.S.), and University of California, Los Angeles (Ph.D.). Barbara (Barb) J. MacMillen, volunteers with The Nature Conservancy of Oregon Southwest Region, earned a B.S. in Geography from Southern Oregon University. Dick´s ecological research in central Australia commenced with Fulbright support in 1966, and continued in 1974. Since 1983, Dick and Barb have participated in several additional Australian research adventures, culminating in 2002. They have lived in southern Oregon´s Rogue Valley since 1996. Natural History Explorations in Outback Australia Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher>Ratgeber & Freizeit>Haus & Garten, Dog Ear Publishing, LLC

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Meanderings in the Bush: Natural History Explorations in Outback Australia

This book is a true one. It speaks of zoological science in a unique land - the Channel Country of arid Australia - through personal and immediate experience. It is a book imbued with the joy of scientific discovery and of the fun that accompanies the life of the field biologist. It tells of the fascination that Professor MacMillen felt from the time of his first exposure to what he describes as "a land of ecological wonder." In so doing, it happens also to tell the human side of several scientific marvels uncovered by Dick MacMillen, such as the extraordinary water-conserving abilities of Australian hopping-mice and the amazing paradox of the desert crab. The book is true, furthermore, because it revels in the contrariness of the Australian deserts, where flooded roads are as much a hazard as are the dust and bush-flies that one expects. Large periods of my own career have similarly been devoted to the joys and tribulations of outback life and exploration, and so I can vouch for its authenticity. I commend this splendid book to you. Steve Morton, Australian Arid-zone Ecologist, and Group Executive, Sustainable Energy & Environment Unit, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Canberra, Australia Richard (Dick) E. MacMillen, Professor Emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine, has higher degrees in Zoology from Pomona College (B.A.), University of Michigan (M.S.), and University of California, Los Angeles (Ph.D.). Barbara (Barb) J. MacMillen, volunteers with The Nature Conservancy of Oregon Southwest Region, earned a B.S. in Geography from Southern Oregon University. Dick's ecological research in central Australia commenced withFulbright support in 1966, and continued in 1974. Since 1983, Dick and Barb have participated in several additional Australian research adventures, culminating in 2002. They have lived in southern Oregon's Rogue Valley since 1996.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781598583830
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1598583832
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: DOG EAR PUB LLC
248 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,367 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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