The Sagebrush Ocean: A Natural History of the Great Basin

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University of Nevada Press, 1999 - Nature - 248 pages
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This 10th anniversary edition, with text, photographs, and a new preface by Stephen Trimble, celebrates the Great Basin wilderness in all seasons.

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Writer, photographer, and naturalistStephen Trimble has won Writer, photographer, and naturalistStephen Trimble has won Writer, photographer, and naturalistStephen Trimble has won Writer, photographer, and naturalistStephen Trimble has won awards for his nonfiction, his fiction, and his photography,awards for his nonfiction, his fiction, and his photography,awards for his nonfiction, his fiction, and his photography,awards for his nonfiction, his fiction, and his photography, including the Ansel Adams Award from The Sierra Club. His b including the Ansel Adams Award from The Sierra Club. His b including the Ansel Adams Award from The Sierra Club. His b including the Ansel Adams Award from The Sierra Club. His books include "The Sagebrush Ocean: A Natural History of the ooks include "The Sagebrush Ocean: A Natural History of the ooks include "The Sagebrush Ocean: A Natural History of the ooks include "The Sagebrush Ocean: A Natural History of the Great Basin, The People: Indians of the American Southwest, Great Basin, The People: Indians of the American Southwest, Great Basin, The People: Indians of the American Southwest, Great Basin, The People: Indians of the American Southwest, The Geography of Childhood: Why Children Need Wild Places" (The Geography of Childhood: Why Children Need Wild Places" (The Geography of Childhood: Why Children Need Wild Places" (The Geography of Childhood: Why Children Need Wild Places" (with Gary Nabhan), and "Testimony: Writers of the West Speakwith Gary Nabhan), and "Testimony: Writers of the West Speakwith Gary Nabhan), and "Testimony: Writers of the West Speakwith Gary Nabhan), and "Testimony: Writers of the West Speak on Behalf of Utah Wilderness" (co-compiled with Terry Tempe on Behalf of Utah Wilderness" (co-compiled with Terry Tempe on Behalf of Utah Wilderness" (co-compiled with Terry Tempe on Behalf of Utah Wilderness" (co-compiled with Terry Tempest Williams). st Williams). st Williams). st Williams).

Author and illustrator Jennifer Owings Dewey was raised in New Mexico, but graduated from high school in California. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design and the University of New Mexico. Her writing career shows her deep attachment to the natural world and an interest in wilderness and unique environments. She received a grant from the National Science Foundation for a four-month stay in Antarctica, where she sketched and photographed the landscape and wildlife and kept a detailed journal of her experiences. She received the Orbis Pictus Award for Wildlife Rescue: The Work of Dr. Kathleen Ramsay, the John Burroughs Award for Mud Matters, and the National Science Teachers Association Award for her body of work in the field of nonfiction for children. She currently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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