Hi. I'm not sure if the Bookshelf is compiled from all (or just some) mentions of books in a post or comment. But if it's meant to be all, it seems that a really great read is missing: Tom Wessel's Reading The Forested Landscape, which I noted in the following comment: http://www.dailypaul.com/303101/400-year-old-tree-that-witne...
FYI, from the Amazon blurb "Landscape is much more than scenery to be observed or even terrain to be traveled... Etched into the land is the history of how we have inhabited it, the storms and fires that have shaped it, and its response to these and other changes. An intrepid sleuth and articulate tutor, Wessels teaches us to read a landscape the way we might solve a mystery... no walk in the woods will ever be the same."
Thanking you in advance.
When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.
~ John Muir
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