By: Elizabeth Royte
328 pages, no illustrations
Fascinating account of research on Panama's Barro Colorado Island, whose six square miles comprise the best-studied rain forest in the world, a locus of scientific activity since 1923. Royte weaves together her own adventures on Barro Colorado with tales of researchers struggling to parse the intricate workings of the rain forest.
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