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Discovering Alabama Forests

By: Doug Phillips and Robert P Falls
120 pages, 100 colour photos
Discovering Alabama Forests
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Celebrates the health and diversity of Alabama woodlands. Featuring 100 colour photographs, this title provides an introduction to the ecological, geological, and biological richness of Alabama's forests, their evolution through history, their contribution to the state's economy, and the modern perils they face.

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Doug Phillips is Coordinator for Environmental Information and Education with the Alabama Museum of Natural History, producer of the award-winning Public Television series Discovering Alabama, and author of Discovering Alabama Wetlands. Robert P. Falls Sr. is a professional photographer specializing in wildlife and nature whose work has been featured in many national publications and whose book Exploring Gulf Islands National Seashore was published by Globe Pequot Press. Rhett Johnson is Director of the Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center in Auburn.
By: Doug Phillips and Robert P Falls
120 pages, 100 colour photos
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This book is an excellent educational resource and overview history of Alabama forests... valuable to lay readers but also to professional resource managers, educators, and students. - Dean Gjerstad, Auburn University and The Longleaf Alliance"
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