A World in One Cubic Foot

Portraits in Biodiversity
Liittschwager, David (Book - 2012)
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A photographic close-up of the diversity of life found in one cubic foot across a variety of ecosystems.
Authors: Liittschwager, David
Title: A world in one cubic foot
portraits in biodiversity
Publisher: Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2012.
Characteristics: 203 pages :,color illustrations ;,31 cm.
Content Type: text
Media Type: unmediated
Carrier Type: volume
Notes: Includes index.
Contents: Saltwater bay: Under the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California / August Kleinzahler
Cloud forest: Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, Costa Rica / Nalini M. Nadkarni
Coral reef: Lighthouse Reef, Moorea, French Polynesia / Elizabeth Kolbert
Deciduous forest: Hallett Nature Sanctuary, Central Park, New York City / W.S. di Piero
Freshwater river: Duck River, Lillard's Mill, Tennessee / Alan Huffman
Mountain fynbos: Table Mountain National Park, South Africa / Jasper and Peter Slingsby.
Summary: A photographic close-up of the diversity of life found in one cubic foot across a variety of ecosystems.
Local Note: 15 53 80 118 222 244
ISBN: 0226481239
Statement of Responsibility: David Liittschwager ; foreword by E.O. Wilson
Subject Headings: Ecology. Biodiversity.
Topical Term: Ecology.
LCCN: 2012019258
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