|Publisher:||Time-Life Books (1980)|
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Marston Bates was a fine writer and I've thoroughly enjoyed everything I've . But his perspective (and his writing) may make it worth the time to read. Bates' title reflects his awareness that a rain forest and a shallow sea can be mapped onto each other
Marston Bates was a fine writer and I've thoroughly enjoyed everything I've read of his work. His passion comes through loud and clear. Two examples: In the 1950s it was common to speak of dying a natural death –your body just wore out and eventually stopped working. Bates' title reflects his awareness that a rain forest and a shallow sea can be mapped onto each other. Most life occurs near the surface, on coral reefs and in the forest canopy.
I read it while taking a course on the Ecology of the Everglades in Jan. 1976.
The Forest and the Sea is one of these. Published in 1960, it is still very much worth reading. I read it while taking a course on the Ecology of the Everglades in Jan.
a look at the economy of nature and the ecology of man. by Marston Bates. Published 1964 by Time, inc. in New York OCLC/WorldCat. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat. in New York.
Written by. Marston Bates. a look at the economy of nature and the ecology of man. Manufacturer: Time-Life Books Release date: 11 April 1980 ISBN-10 : 0809435616 ISBN-13: 9780809435616. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.
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The Forest and the Sea : A Look at the Economy of Nature and the Ecology of Ma. This is an exploration of ecology written before the topic was politicized, by a scientist with wide experience in field and laboratory observation.
The Forest and the Sea : A Look at the Economy of Nature and the Ecology of Man. Though some particulars are dated - publication antecedes the theory of continental drift, Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, etc. - his observations run from the planetary to the particular and present a rich context for thought about the environment.