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  • The Bushveldby Lee Gutteridge

    30 Degrees South Publishers 2012; US$ 30.00

    This revised, updated and expanded second edition of Lee Gutteridge’s comprehensive field guide covers a broad cross section of the most prominent species of flora and fauna of the South African Bushveld, including large parts of the Kruger Lowveld; all combined into one user-friendly manual that can be used by tourists and professional field... more...

  • Biospeleologyby A. Vandel; G. A. Kerkut

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 93.95

    Biospeleology: The Biology of Cavernicolous Animals discusses the fundamental concepts in understanding the biological make up of cave-dwelling animals. The title aims to relate the subterranean world as a habitat for organisms. The first part of the text tackles basic concerns, such as the concept of the subterranean world and cavernicoles, along... more...

  • Pollution and Physiology of Marine Organismsby F. John Vernberg; Winona B. Vernberg

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 93.95

    Pollution and Physiology of Marine Organisms is a compendium of papers presented at the symposium on the effects of pollution on the physiological ecology of estuarine and coastal water organisms, held at the University of South Carolina. The collection discusses the effects of a wide variety of toxicants emitted by settlers and factories in the great... more...

  • Functional Adaptations of Marine Organismsby F. John Vernberg; Winona B. Vernberg

    Elsevier Science 2013; US$ 72.95

    Functional Adaptations of Marine Organisms gives an insight into the functional adaptations of marine organisms to natural and man-made sets of environmental factors. The book presents discussions on marine habitats; physiology of marine primary producers and decomposers; and functional adaptations of animals in relation to each major ecological divisions... more...

  • Key Environments: Madagascarby A. Jolly; P. Oberle; R. Albignac

    Elsevier Science 2016; US$ 72.95

    In the forests of Madagascar, about nine-tenths of the plant and animal species are unique to the island. Their natural habitats range from true rainforest to the lunar landscape of the spiny desert, and the natural rock-gardens of the mountain tops. Madagascar is no oceanic island, but a fragment of continent a thousand miles long, wrenched loose... more...

  • A Summer of Birdsby Danny Heitman

    LSU Press 2008; US$ 19.95

    As the summer of 1821 began, John James Audubon's ambition to create a comprehensive pictorial record of American birds was still largely a dream. Then, out of economic necessity, Audubon came to Oakley Plantation, a sprawling estate in Louisiana's West Feliciana Parish. Teeming with an abundance of birds, the woods of Oakley galvanized Audubon's... more...

  • This Strange Wildernessby Nancy Plain

    UNP - Nebraska 2015; US$ 19.95

    Birds were “the objects of my greatest delight,” wrote John James Audubon (1785–1851), founder of modern ornithology and one of the world’s greatest bird painters. His masterpiece, The Birds of America depicts almost five hundred North American bird species, each image—lifelike and life size—rendered in vibrant color. Audubon was also an explorer,... more...

  • In the Steps of The Great American Herpetologist, Karl Patterson Schmidtby A. Gilbert Wright; Matthew Kalmenoff

    M. Evans & Company 2014; US$ 9.99

    This biography of noted scientist Karl Patterson Schmidt is especially designed for young naturalists, as his life story is accompanied by fun and accessible projects for the budding herpetologist. 20 b&w illustrations. more...

  • In the Steps of The Great American Zoologist, William Temple Hornadayby William Temple Hornaday; Kathleen Elgin

    M. Evans & Company 2014; US$ 9.99

    This biography of noted conservationist William Temple Hornaday is especially designed for young naturalists, as his life story is accompanied by fun and accessible projects for the budding zoologist. 25 b&w illustrations. more...

  • Wild Lifeby Dick Pitman

    Lyons Press 2008; US$ 15.99

    Terrific, amusing, poignant account of 25 years in Zimbabwe as a wildlife conservationist, saving Rhinos and cheetahs, mapping out elephant corridors, and flying over wilderness to track animals. more...