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Coast Redwood A Natural and Cultural History

Edited By: Michael G Barbour and John Evarts
228 pages, photos
Publisher: Cachuma Press
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Coast Redwood is the first contemporary illustrated book to focus exclusively on the natural and cultural history of the world's tallest tree. This handsome volume describes the origins, distribution, life history, ecology, and wildlife associated with coast redwood. It also presents the evolution of redwood logging and chronicles the remarkable 100-year battle for redwood preservation, from Big Basin to Headwaters Forest.

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Edited By: Michael G Barbour and John Evarts
228 pages, photos
Publisher: Cachuma Press
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