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Ancient Forests of the Pacific Northwest

By: Elliott A Norse
327 pages, B/w photos,figs
Publisher: Island Press
Ancient Forests of the Pacific Northwest
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This book provides a global context for the environmental battles being fought in Oregon and northwest California. As in countries such as Haiti and El Salvador, large stands of virgin forest are being felled, and the threatened spotted owl that lives only in the forests of the Pacific Northwest has become the symbol of the nation's concern.

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By: Elliott A Norse
327 pages, B/w photos,figs
Publisher: Island Press
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