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Forests in Our World How the Climate Affects Woodlands

Art / Photobook New
By: Gunther Willinger(Author), Jürgen Bauhus(Foreword By)
224 pages, 120 colour photos, colour illustrations
Forests in Our World
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  • Forests in Our World ISBN: 9783961712182 Hardback Oct 2019 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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Global deforestation is not a doom-laden future hypothesis, but a reality. Every year, forest areas the size of Austria are lost to the cultivation of crops, livestock, and the expansion of cities and infrastructure. Forests in Our World is a tribute to and exploration of forests at a time when we urgently need to understand and protect them. It explores different forest types and their development according to local climate and soil conditions. It maps the largest contiguous forest areas and examines why a mixed forest is more resilient than a monoculture. A rich source of information for all those concerned with the natural world, climate change, and environmental protection. From the vibrancy of the tropics and subtropics to the mythical eciduous forests of Europe and the vast boreal coniferous breadth that stretches over the northern hemisphere, this is a vital journey through the precious green ecosystems around the globe.

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Gunther Willinger is a biologist, science journalist, and photographer. His core subject is the relationship between man and nature: from our yearning for wilderness to the development of agriculture and forestry. Forests fascinate him with their beauty and the unbelievable abundance of interconnected life forms. In addition to the forest landscapes of his European home, he knows the forests of Costa Rica, California, and South Africa from longer stays abroad. He lives with his wife and two sons in Tübingen, Germany.

Art / Photobook New
By: Gunther Willinger(Author), Jürgen Bauhus(Foreword By)
224 pages, 120 colour photos, colour illustrations
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