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North America 2008 By Marshall Long, Dillon Long
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This is the book form of a daily blog recounting a motorcycle trip through the US and Mexico by a father and his 19-year-old son on a pair of BMWs. The eight-week, 12,000-mile journey started in... More > Southern New England, followed the coast to Key West, New Orleans, and Brownsville. Next was four weeks of riding through Mexico along the Gulf Coast, across to the Pacific coast, to the tip of Baja, and back to the US at San Diego. The final leg of the trip headed diagonally across the US. The book includes daily ride reports, progress maps, and hundreds of pictures.< Less
North America 2008 By Marshall Long, Dillon Long
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This is the book form of a daily blog recounting a motorcycle trip through the US and Mexico by a father and his 19-year-old son on a pair of BMWs. The eight-week, 12,000-mile journey started in... More > Southern New England, followed the coast to Key West, New Orleans, and Brownsville. Next was four weeks of riding through Mexico along the Gulf Coast, across to the Pacific coast, to the tip of Baja, and back to the US at San Diego. The final leg of the trip headed diagonally across the US. The book includes daily ride reports, progress maps, and hundreds of pictures.< Less
Geology of the Pacific Northwest: Investigate How the Earth Was Formed By Cynthia Light Brown
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In Geology of the Pacific Northwest, kids ages 9–12 learn how geology and physical geography are intertwined as they explore the wonders of the Pacific Northwest. Washington, Oregon, Idaho,... More > Alaska, western Montana, and northern California are a unique part of the United States known for its explosive volcanoes and earthquakes. The region has everything from glaciers and tundra to mighty rivers and the only temperate rainforest in the United States. Beginning with an exploration of the underlying forces of plate tectonics, young readers discover how mountains affect climate, how landforms affect people, and how people affect the physical elements. Kids can take these ideas further with hands-on projects such as making their own basalt columns or creating a water wheel to harness the power of water.< Less
"Five-Head" Creek; and Fish Drugging In The Pacific By Louis Becke
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I had ridden all day through an endless vista ot ghostly grey gums and ironbarks, when I came in sight of the long wavering line of vivid green foliage which showed me that I had reached my... More > destination--a roughly-built slab hut with a roof of corrugated iron. This place was to be my home for six months, and stood on the bank of Five-Head Creek, twenty-five miles from the rising city of Townsville in North Queensland.< Less
International Law: A Textbook for the South Pacific By 'Dejo Olowu
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International Law: A Textbook for the South Pacific is an introductory textbook for students and practitioners of international law. It provides a concise and clear introduction to the subject from... More > the perspective of the South Pacific. This textbook takes advantage of Professor Olowu's unique experience as a lawyer trained at universities in Africa, North America and Europe, and having taught international law in the South Pacific. Few academics can claim his breadth and depth of expertise concerning in international law in diverse geographical and cultural contexts. This textbook introduces the most important aspects of public international law in a clear and authoritative manner.< Less
International Law: A Textbook for the South Pacific By 'Dejo Olowu
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International Law: A Textbook for the South Pacific is an introductory textbook for students and practitioners of international law. It provides a concise and clear introduction to the subject from... More > the perspective of the South Pacific. This textbook takes advantage of Professor Olowu's unique experience as a lawyer trained at universities in Africa, North America and Europe, and having taught international law in the South Pacific. Few academics can claim his breadth and depth of expertise concerning in international law in diverse geographical and cultural contexts. This textbook introduces the most important aspects of public international law in a clear and authoritative manner.< Less
Field Guide to Mysterious Places of the Pacific Coast By Salvatore M. Trento
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WHO BUILT THE ANCIENT RIDGE-TOP WALLS OF BERKELEY? HOW DID THEY CUT AND LIFT MULTI-TON BLOCKS OF STONE? WHAT ARE THE ANCIENT PAINTINGS ON A CLIFFSIDE NEAR YAKIMA, WASHINGTON, TRYING TO TELL... More > US? ARE THE DESOLATE CALICO MOUNTAINS OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA HARBORING THE SECRET CLUES TO MAN’S EARLY PRESENCE IN NORTH AMERICA.? Join scientist Salvatore Trento, author of Field Guide to Mysterious Places of Eastern North America, as he ventures back out into the field, this time along the Pacific Coast states of California, Oregon and Washington, to once again shed light on the mysterious places and phenomena that continue to stump the scholars. Armed with fascinating scientific theories and an irrepressible wit, Sal Trento literally leaves no stone unturned in his quest for the origin and meaning behind the myths. Detailed directions, GPS data, maps, and full-color photos and illustrations make all these mysterious American sites easy to find from your car or armchair!< Less
Home Is Where I Lay My Head Down: Walking Across America By Kent Treptow
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Fifteen states. Thirteen pairs of shoes. 3,400 miles. Kent Treptow did what a lot of people dream of doing — quit his job, sold his car and started walking... across America. From the forests... More > of New England to the deserts of the Southwest, through sprawling Rust Belt cities to the quiet places where the corn rustles at night and the sand blows across the road in ribbons, Home Is Where I Lay My Head Down is the story of how a naïve search for truth and happiness turned into an epic adventure featuring calamitous thunderstorms, swerving big rigs, a bar fight and one angry pig, but more importantly, the incredible kindness and generosity of small-town America.< Less
Where We Live Now: an annotated reader By www.suddenly.org
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This annotated reader offers better tools for making sense of the often sprawling landscapes where we live now. It presents the work of urban planner Thomas Sieverts, in a new English translation by... More > Diana George, and uses Sieverts's description of the "in-between landscape" to open our eyes to where we live now. The readings collected in this book inspect indigenous settlement patterns in North America for pre-European examples of sustainable urbanism that is also "in-between" or decentered. For more information about this book, see www.suddenly.org< Less
Where We Live Now: an annotated reader By www.suddenly.org
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This annotated reader offers better tools for making sense of the often sprawling landscapes where we live now. It presents the work of urban planner Thomas Sieverts, in a new English translation by... More > Diana George, and uses Sieverts's description of the "in-between landscape" to open our eyes to where we live now. The readings collected in this book inspect indigenous settlement patterns in North America for pre-European examples of sustainable urbanism that is also "in-between" or decentered. For more information about this book, see www.suddenly.org< Less