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Nerthus' Procession: An Environmental History By Matthew Holmes
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An environmental history of agriculture drawing from history, environmental archaeology, and paleoecology. Looks at general history of agriculture in the West, and Neolithic and Medieval European... More > cultural and social history, from a social ecology perspective.< Less
Nerthus' Procession: An Environmental History By Matthew Holmes
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An environmental history of agriculture drawing from history, environmental archaeology, and paleoecology. Looks at general history of agriculture in the West, and Neolithic and Medieval European... More > cultural and social history, from a social ecology perspective.< Less
The Chain of Life in Geological Time A Sketch of the Origin and Succession of Animals and Plants By John William, Sir Dawson
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Sir John William Dawson, CMG, FRS, FRSC, FRSE, FGS (October 13,... More > 1820 – November 19, 1899), was a Canadian geologist and university administrator. John William Dawson was born in Pictou, Nova Scotia, where he attended and graduated from Pictou Academy. Of Scottish descent, Dawson attended the University of Edinburgh to complete his education, and graduated in 1842, having gained a knowledge of geology and natural history from Robert Jameson.Dawson returned to Nova Scotia in 1842, accompanying Sir Charles Lyell on his first visit to that territory. Dawson was subsequently appointed as Nova Scotia's first superintendent of education. Holding the post from 1850 to 1853, he was an energetic reformer of school design, teacher education and curriculum. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_William_Dawson< Less
Remember The Cretaceous Nights? By James W. Cotton
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Scientists Travis Johnson and Sarah Hillingsworth find themselves in a sixty three million year long adventure when an experiment in time travel go awry. When they go back to the end of the Mesozoic... More > to observe the event that brings an end to the age of Dinosaurs, they find themselves in the middle of some of the most spectacular and amazing events of Natural...and Human history.< Less
Remember The Cretaceous Nights? By James W. Cotton
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Scientists Dr. Travis Johnson and Dr. Sarah Hillingsworth are involved in a very expensive project...to go back in time to the end of the Cretaceous and observe the event that ends the reign of the... More > Dinosaurs. When they arrive, the two bickering scientists find the time machine malfunctions, leaving them trapped in the Cretaceous Period. The time travel has a strange side effect which keeps them alive and healthy until the time that they left...and they survive all sixty three and a half million years to the present, through meteor impacts, ice ages, periods of global warning, and even the volatile history of man kind.< Less
Remember The Cretaceous Nights? By James W. Cotton
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Scientists Travis Johnson and Sarah Hillingsworth find themselves in a sixty three million year long adventure when an experiment in time travel go awry. When they go back to the end of the Mesozoic... More > to observe the event that brings an end to the age of Dinosaurs, they find themselves in the middle of some of the most spectacular and amazing events of Natural...and Human history.< Less
Remember The Cretaceous Nights? By James W. Cotton
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Scientists Dr. Travis Johnson and Dr. Sarah Hillingsworth are involved in a very expensive project...to go back in time to the end of the Cretaceous and observe the event that ends the reign of the... More > Dinosaurs. When they arrive, the two bickering scientists find the time machine malfunctions, leaving them trapped in the Cretaceous Period. The time travel has a strange side effect which keeps them alive and healthy until the time that they left...and they survive all sixty three and a half million years to the present, through meteor impacts, ice ages, periods of global warning, and even the volatile history of man kind.< Less
The "People Power” Recreation/ Entertainment Superbook: Book 12. Animal - Pet Guide (Resource Book for Animal Lovers, Includes Animal Jobs - Careers) By Tony Kelbrat
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I'm an animal lover. I must love them unconditionally because they have no ego or evil in them. People betray each other and do many evil things. Animals keep me a loving person. If I was a... More > wealthy man, I would create a big animal sanctuary where I would live with abandoned and rescued animals brought to me. That's it. What other motive would I need to write an animal resource book. I think animals in general are more loving to people than people love each other because people have the ability to be selfish, jealous, greedy and evil. Animals are simpler and purer. There are no ulterior motives there. Find animal books at libraries that use the Dewey Decimal System: 636. Livestock and domestic animals. 637. Dairy and related industries. 638. Insect culture. 639. Nondomesticated animals. 798. Equestrian and animal sports. 799. Fishing, hunting, shooting. 560. Paleontology. 561. Paleobotany. 562. Invertebrate paleozoology. 563. Protozoa, Parazoa, Metazoa.< Less