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Geology Of The Great Basin

Author : Bill Fiero
ISBN : 0874177901
Genre : Science
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This volume is an introduction to the geology of America's Great Basin.

A Garden Of Bristlecones

Author : Michael P. Cohen
ISBN : 0874172969
Genre : Gardening
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An engaging, well-illustrated natural and cultural history of the oldest living organism--the bristlecone pine. Since Edmund Schulman discovered in 1958 that individual bristlecones live nearly 5,000 years, the trees have been investigated primarily for the elaborate record their rings contain. The trees have been ""read' closely, with major consequences for natural and human history. Historians have read local and global environmental change. Archaeologists have rewritten the history of civilization. Writers have transformed them into figures pertinent to the human dilemmas of time and eternity. A Garden of Bristlecones investigates professional and popular conceptions as a set of narratives drawn from the outside and inside of the trees. It reveals the premises of the investigators, the nature of their inquiry, and the extent of their knowledge, while also revealing the Great Basin bristlecone itself. Illustrations by Valerie Cohen.

Methods And Approaches In Forest History

Author : Mauro Agnoletti
ISBN : 9780851999333
Genre : Nature
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A companion to Forest History: International Studies on Socioeconomic and Forest Ecosystem Change which includes over 20 papers from the same conference held in Florence in 1998. This volume focuses on the different approaches and methods adopted in the study of forest history. The interdisciplinary nature of these studies is emphasized, bringing in the different perspectives of anthropologists, botanists, ecologists, foresters, historians, geneticists and geographers. This volume demonstrates the rich diversity of approaches and methods to forest history.

The Maverick Spirit

Author : Richard O. Davies
ISBN : 0874173272
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A compilation of biographical essays focuses on fourteen people from Nevada who have contributed economically, politically, culturally, and socially to that state's emergence from its former rural character to its present trend-setting preeminence. Original. UP.

Hydrogeology And Potential For Development Of Carbonate Rock Aquifers In Southern Nevada And Southeastern California

Author : Thomas J. Burbey
ISBN : UOM:39015035220881
Genre : Nature
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Water Resources Investigations Report

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ISBN : OSU:32435073124349
Genre : Hydrology
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The Great Basin

Author : Donald Grayson
ISBN : 9780520267473
Genre : Nature
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"The Great Basin, centering on Nevada and including substantial parts of California, Oregon, and Utah, gets its name from the fact that none of its rivers or streams flow to the sea. This book synthesizes the past 25,000 years of the natural history of this vast region. It explores the extinct animals that lived in the Great Basin during the Ice Age and recounts the rise and fall of the massive Ice Age lakes that existed here. It explains why trees once grew 13' beneath what is now the surface of Lake Tahoe, explores the nearly two dozen Great Basin mountain ranges that once held substantial glaciers, and tells the remarkable story of how pinyon pine came to cover some 17,000,000 acres of the Great Basin in the relatively recent past.These discussions culminate with the impressive history of the prehistoric people of the Great Basin, a history that shows how human societies dealt with nearly 13,000 years of climate change on this often-challenging landscape"--Provided by publisher.

Journal Of California And Great Basin Anthropology

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ISBN : UCSC:32106012085152
Genre : California
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Prehistory And History Of The Winnemucca District

Author : Regina C. Smith
ISBN : MINN:319510029056530
Genre : History
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Scientific And Technical Aerospace Reports

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007167799
Genre : Aeronautics
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