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King of Fish: The Thousand-year Run of Salmon

David R. Montgomery - Science - 2003 - 290 pages
A natural history of the rise and fall of salmon in England, New England, and the Pacific Northwest cites the roles of the regions' changing landscapes and experimentation in ...
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Dirt: The Erosion of Civilizations

David R. Montgomery - Nature - 2007 - 285 pages
Ranging from ancient times to modern-day environmental threats, a natural and cultural history of soil explains how an elimination of protective vegetation and an exposure to ...
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Indian Crafts and Skills

David R. Montgomery - Crafts & Hobbies - 2007 - 214 pages
Indian Crafts and Skills provides an excellent study of American Indian handiwork, both practical and artistic. This guide not only describes the skills Indians developed, but ...
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Key Concepts in Geomorphology

Paul R. Bierman, David R. Montgomery - Science - 2014 - 464 pages
Written for introductory geomorphology courses, Key Concepts in Geomorphology offers an integrative, applications-centered approach to the study of the Earth’s dynamic surface ...
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The Hidden Half of Nature: The Microbial Roots of Life and Health

David R. Montgomery, Anne Biklé - Science - 2015 - 320 pages
A riveting exploration of how microbes are transforming the way we see nature and ourselves—and could revolutionize agriculture and medicine. Prepare to set aside what you ...
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Growing a Revolution: Bringing Our Soil Back to Life

David R. Montgomery - Science - 2017 - 320 pages
A MacArthur Fellow’s impassioned call to make agriculture sustainable by ditching the plow, covering the soil, and diversifying crop rotations. The problem of agriculture is as ...
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Earth's Deep History: How It Was Discovered and Why It Matters

Martin J. S. Rudwick - History - 2014 - 360 pages
Rudwick tells the gripping story of the gradual realization that the Earth's history has not only been unimaginably long but also astonishingly eventful in utterly unexpected ways.
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Noah's Flood: The Genesis Story in Western Thought

Norman Cohn - Religion - 1999 - 154 pages
An exploration of the origins, development, and varying interpretations of the ancient story of Noah's flood, and an assessment of its impact on the history of ideas. It ...
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