Reider tells the tangled tale of the creation, and eventual disintegration, of the experimental eco-utopia known as Biosphere 2.
Science writer Fleck addresses one of the most important guiding principles for life in the arid West and one that scientists have long recognized: climate variability.
Schullery ponders the great endless fish story we perpetuate and enrich every time we cast a fly.
Building to Endure explores how the long history of human settlement in the American Southwest can provide valuable lessons in addressing today's need to wisely use energy, water, and the land.
In using natural disasters as a way to study societal and especially political change, the essays in this volume illustrate the immediate as well as the long term consequences of destruction.
Subjects: EnvironmentHistoryLatin America
The long, sad story of the failure of efforts to prevent the extinction of two of nature's most impressive woodpeckers offers lessons for preventing the extinctions of other species.
This collection of Stuever's popular columns celebrates the bond between land and people and inspires us to preserve our forest treasures.
Salmon tells the varied story of this unique, undammed, Southwestern river--in the past, the present, and, possibly, the future.
Including over 800 color photos, this authoritative guide is the first of its kind for the Middle Rio Grande Bosque of New Mexico.
A powerful defense in words and photos of this unique grassland under increasing threat of oil and gas exploitation.