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Voices of the First Day - Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime
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Voices of the First Day - Awakening in the Aboriginal Dreamtime

By Robert Lawlor

Vermont: Inner Traditions International Ltd, 1991 An excellent copy of this book. No creases to the spine or to the covers. 413 pages. Wonderfully illustrated throughout. The photographs are mainly from anthropologist Baldwin Spencer during his travels to the remote regions of Central and Northern Australia in the early years of the 20th century. They show lifestyle, rituals and culture. Other important photographs were provided by the Museum of Natural History in New York. Also there are artists drawings based on some of the finest early photograps from collections around the world. A wonderful book of the Aboriginal Dreamtime. .this is a heavy book and will require extra postage. Size: 10in x 8in


Shark Down Under - the Story of Shark Attacks in Australian Waters

By Alan Sharpe

Sydney: Dominion Publishing Co Very clean glossy covers. Some slight indentations. No creases to the covers or to the spine. Illustrated with photograhs.160 tight, clean pages plus index.


Books and Journals Catalogue

U. K.: Nature Conservancy Council, 1989 A very good copy of this stapled book. No creases. 18 bright, clean pages.


Blueprint for a Green Planet - How You Can Take Practical Action Today to Fight Pollution

By John Seymour and Herbert Girardet

Dorling Kindersley, 1990 A very good copy of this book. No creases to the spine. Only the very lightest corner crease to the bottom corner. 192 very clean, tight pages. Fully illustrated. - a handbook of positive measures and realistic alternatives.


Brave New Wilderness - Wildlife in Britain Since the Industrial Revolution

By Gavin Weightman

London: Weidenfield and Nicholson An excellent copy of this book151 bright clean pages including index. Wonderful photographs throughout. - A great deal of research has gone into the production of this book. The text is in depth and is complimented by fabulous colour photographs.Suitable for ecology students or the general wildlife lover.


On the Graphical Presentation of Quantitative Data - Reprinted from Field Studies

By J. H. Crothers

London: FSC Publications M6 - Field Studies Council, 1981 A 26 page booklet - all pages being clean and bright. Glossy card covers with a little shelf wear. No creases. -- Selected papers from ' Field Studies ' - the journal of the Field Studies Council, which publishes papers across the whole range of environmental subjects studied at the Council's 10 Field Centres. - This is a review of the various graphical techniques used in field studies.


Ecological Energetics - the Institute of Biology's Studies in Biology No 1

By John Phillipson

U. K.: Edward Arnold, 1972 57 clean pages. The cover has a neat clear book covering which has been cellotaped down. The tape has left light marks to the first and last inner pages, otherwise all the pages are bright and unmarked.


What is Ecology - New Edition

By D. F. Owen

U. K.: Oxford University Press, 1980 A very good copy of this book. 234 clean tight pages including index plus ' other readings'. No creases to the spine or to the covers. -- An 'OPUS' book.


The Gaia Atlas of Future Worlds: Challenge and Opportunity in an Age of Change

By Norman Myers, Foreword By Kenneth E. Boulding

London: Robertson McCarta, 1990 Binding is black cloth with silver lettering on the spine; 190 pages including the index. Global warming and lightning political change, supertechnology and famine, chaos theory and the Gaia hypothesis - without doubt, the world of tomorrow will be radically different from that of today. Change is the one thing we can be sure of - environmentally, politically, socially, forces are at work that will ripple through the lives of all creatures on the planet. How far do we understand these processes and the triggers of change? How will they interact, to impact on our lives sooner than we expect? What kind of future world do we want, and how can we exerecise this choice? Do we indeed have a future? Here, for the first time, is a book that addresses these questions in a planetary context. Future Worlds provides a far-sighted, challenging, and sharply focused picture of present forces for change, likely outcomes with their mulitple interplays, and the routes to a sustainable and vital future. We have the skills, and the knowledge, to take these paths. But do we have the wisdom to choose and the courage to avoid delay? With its unique graphics, maps of regional impacts and features on the dynamics of change and how events can take us by surprise, Future Worlds marks a turning point in human perception - amd makes an important contribution to our efforts to shape a more holistic future.


The Green Machine - Ecology and the Balance of Nature

By Wallace Arthur

U. K.: Basil Blackwell, 1990 257 very clean, tight pages. No creases to the spine. Very light shelfwear to the covers. - This book provides an introduction to the science of ecology, which enables the reader to understand the subtle and complex balance of nature which is the ecosystem which is now threatened by so many human activities.


Conservation in Perspective

By A. Warren and F. B. Goldsmith - Editors

U. K.: John Wiley & Sons 474 clean pages including index. No creases to the covers. Very mild reading crease to the spine. Very mild edge wear. Neat owners name to ffep. -- New collection of chapters in this book make invaluable reading for ecologists, geographers, planners and nature conservationists.


Global Environmental Issues - a Climatological Approach
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Global Environmental Issues - a Climatological Approach

By David D. Kemp

London: Routledge & Kegan, 1990 An ex-library copy of this book with withdrawn stamp. Some surface creases in the laminated cover. ' dusty ' closed page edges. 220 clean pages. --- The greenhouse effect, acid rain, ozone depletion, drought, nuclear winter, - all this reflects human interference in the environment, all have become synonymous with catastrophe. This book breaks new ground in its analysis of the role of the climatolgical component in each of these problems. Denying the existence of easy solutions, the book warns of the dangers of tacking the symptoms not the causes.


Climate in Crisis - the Greenhouse Effect
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Climate in Crisis - the Greenhouse Effect

By Albert K. Bates

USA: The Book Publishing Co., 1989 An ex-library copy of this book. Some light creasing to the front cover, the spine and the back cover are uncreased. One withdrawn stamp and one neat town stamp. 228 clean pages. ' Dusty ' closed page edges, and some edge wear. --- This book is packed with information for anyone studying ecology or with an interest in the Greenhouse Effect. A used book, but with a lot of life left in it.


Into Harmony with the Planet - the Delicate Balance Between Industry and the Enviroment

By Michael Allaby

Londn: Bloomsbury Publishing, 1990 An ex-library copy of this book. Stamp page and one stamp. 222 clean pages packed with text and photographs. Forward by David Puttman. The jacket is in very good condition. 13 chapters plus conclusion all about the changing landscape.


Rainforest Amerindians - Threatened Culture Series

By Anna Lewington

U K: Wayland, 1992 The book is in very good condition , but is ex-school library and three of the pages have neat school stamps , as have the inner back boards. The corners to the cover are worn and bend in slightly.The top of the spine has a small sign of wear. Cellotape remainder to the cover around the spine and touching the front and back cover. No stamps to the inner boards. The book is full of amazing colour photographs and text about this threatened way of life as the Rainforest is developed.The book details the culture of the Amerindians and assesses the way they have gone about defending their lifestyle.


Environment - Pre-vocatioal Core Studies

By A Cotterell

U K: Heinmann Eductional Books, 1985 This book investigates five major environmental problems - noise , traffic , water pollution , pesticides and radioactivity - and the problems facing major towns and cities.The book is in very good condition. Owners name neatly to inner cover.


The Nature of the Environment - Advanced Physical Geography

By Andrew Goudie

USA: Blackwell, 1988 The first title page of this book has been removed and pages 117-132 have been printed upside down. Otherwise the book has only minor shelf wear and its 331 pages are clean and firm. The price reflects the faults. This is still an excellent study text book.