By: Richard Cannings and Sydney Cannings
310 pages, Col photos, illus, figs, maps
The first book to provide a comprehensive review of the physical and natural environments of the province in one volume. Explores such topics as why so many insects congregate on hilltops, why lemmings and Snowshoe Hares are abundant one year and scarce the next, how barnacles have sex, and how clearcuts affect future forests.
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