A guide to Gaia: a survey of the new science of our living earth

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E.P. Dutton, Feb 1, 1990 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 181 pages
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Describes the Gaia hypothesis, the theory that the earth functions as a single superorganism, details the effects of pollution, and suggests implications for the future

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A guide to Gaia: a survey of the new science of our living earth

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The Gaia hypothesis, promoted chiefly by British inventor/scientist James Lovelock, argues that life interacts with other elements to maintain the earth's overall environment. A controversial ... Read full review

Contents

The Earth Mother
1
Matters of life and death and the two dog problem
14
Blue skies
28
Copyright

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Michael Allaby resides in Tighnabruaich, Scotland.

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