King of Fish: The Thousand-Year Run of Salmon

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Basic Books, Dec 29, 2004 - Social Science - 304 pages
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A passionate recounting of the natural history of the rise and fall of salmon in England, New England, and the Pacific Northwest-with recommendations for bringing the salmon back
 

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Once I began reading this book, I realized that I did not like how the illustrations included only blue, green, and yellow throughout. In addition, most of the scenes from the book were of the bottom ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
1
CHAPTER
7
CHAPTER 3
21
CHAPTER
39
CHAPTER 5
59
NEW WORLD SALMON
87
CHAPTER 7
123
CHAPTER 8
149
CHAPTER 9
177
CHAPTER 10
203
CHAPTER 11
227
Sources
251
Figure Sources
269
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David R. Montgomery is Professor of Geomorphology at the University of Washington. His research focuses on landscape evolution, including the impact of erosion and sedimentation on biological systems. A member of advisory committees to governmental bodies and private organizations dedicated to protecting rivers and wildlife, Montgomery lives in Seattle with his wife Anne, and his field assistant Xena, a black lab-chow mix.

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