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Black Hills National Forest N F Jasper Fire Value Recovery

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Petrified Forest National Park

Author : United States. National Park Service
ISBN : UIUC:30112029065031
Genre : National parks and reserves
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Black Hills National Forest N F South Project

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The Jasper Forest

Author : Julia Gray
ISBN : 1841490571
Genre : Fiction
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THE JASPER FOREST is the second book in the Guardian Cycle, a sweeping fantasy epic from one of the best new storytellers in the genre. Exiled from Vadanis, the homeland he risked his life to save, Terrel finds himself adrift on the ocean. Delirious with hunger and exhaustion, he is on the point of giving up when he realises that he has found land. Rescued from the perilous waters by two fishermen, Terrel is nursed back to health. His situation seems desperate, but at least he is not alone. The ghosts of his friends - both dead and alive - are still with him. For the time being, events on Vadanis are beyond his control. His new home, however, faces difficulties of its own, and Terrel may be in a unique position to overcome them. Leaving behind the villagers, he embarks on a remarkable quest to discover the truth - about the world and himself. For in Terrel's past is the key to his destiny. Look out for more information on this book and others on the Orbit website at www.orbitbooks.co.uk

Black Hills National Forest N F Nautilus Project

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The Rough Guide To Canada

Author : Tim Jepson
ISBN : 9781848366619
Genre : Travel
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The Rough Guide to Canada is the ultimate travel guide to this staggeringly beautiful country with detailed coverage of all the top attractions. Inspired by stunning photography and insightful background information, discover both the urban and the wild with expert guidance on exploring everything from the glistening skyscrapers of Toronto, the restaurants of Montreal and the laid-back ambience of Vancouver, to the spectacular Niagra falls and the rolling plains of the Prairies. You'll find specialist information on a host of outdoor activities including winter sports in the Rockies, trekking through the Northwest Territories, and wildlife spotting in the country's great wilderness, with sections on the National Parks and Skiing and Snowboarding. Choose what to see and do whilst relying on up-to-date descriptions of the best hotels, bars, clubs, shops and restaurants for all budgets. Explore every corner of this stunning country with clear maps and expert background on everything from sea cliffs and tidal bores in the Bay of Fundy to the walled Old Town in Qu�bec City. Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to Canada.

Your Guide To The National Parks Of The South

Author : Michael Joseph Oswald
ISBN : 9781621280712
Genre : Travel
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Please note this is part of a larger work, Your Guide to the National Parks, which is also available in paperback and electronic versions. The full version includes suggested trips, best of the best lists, and a few other introductory sections. All of the media (photos and maps) for these electronic books must be downloaded/viewed on the web. This e-book covers Hot Springs, Big Bend, Guadalupe Mountains, Carlsbad Caverns, Petrified Forest, and Saguaro National Parks.

The Canine Hiker S Bible

Author : Doug Gelbert
ISBN : 0964442752
Genre : Pets
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As an active dog owner you know the scenario when you are travelling. You read about an exciting trail enthusiastically described in a guidebook and, with great anticipation, you head there only to discover: NO DOGS ALLOWED.When we travel, we want our dogs with us. To hike with our dogs we can always head for a remote forest but while on the road we want to see the continentÕs natural wonders as well. Cruden Bay BookÕs newest title, THE CANINE HIKER'S BIBLE, seeks not only to identify those sensational trails open to canine hikers but to find dog-friendly walks nearNorth AmericaÕs most popular destinations.Your dog can't trot among the giant saguaro cacti in Arizona's Saguaro National Park but he can hike past the stately sentinels of the desert on the Canyon Loop at nearby Catalina State Park. Dogs will never be able to walk under the greatest collection of natural bridges on earth at Utah's Arches National Park but just down the road dogs are welcome on the Negro Bill Canyon Trail in the Colorado River National Recreation Area that leads to the sixth longest stone arch in the United States. Your dog will never look 1000 feet straight down at the confluence of the Green and Colorado rivers in Canyonlands National Park but next door in Dead Horse Point State Park she can look down 1500 feet into the canyon at the Colorado River below. Inside THE CANINE HIKER'S BIBLE you will find:* Detailed descriptions of more than 225 parks and trails across the United States and Canada - all written with your best friend in mind * Rules for dogs in 102 of the most-visited national lands in the United States * Rules for state and provincial parks* Rules for dogs at over 1300 beaches and 500+ beach towns* Outfitting Your Dog For A Hike, A Canine Hikers Watch List, Canine Hiking In The Desert, Canine Hiking At Altitude, Low Impact Hiking With Your Dog ...and much more

Your Guide To The National Parks

Author : Michael Joseph Oswald
ISBN : 9781621280767
Genre : Travel
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Winner of the National Outdoor Book Award. National Parks are some of the most beautiful and popular destinations in the United States. They’re also vast expanses of largely undeveloped wilderness. To make the most of your next national park adventure, you’ll want a good guide. This full-color travel guidebook is the ultimate tool to simplify your travel planning. Detailed maps highlighting popular attractions and trailheads help visualize your itinerary. Lodging, camping, and hiking tables make choosing where to stay and what trails to hike easy. Hiking is explored in depth, but you’ll find details, including outfitter essentials, on all the most popular activities. Whether you’re looking to raft the Grand Canyon, see Old Faithful erupt, climb Mount Rainier, or simply select the perfect place to lay back and stare at the stars, you’ll find those details too. Tips and recommendations from the author help you decide when to visit and how to avoid crowds. Hundreds of lists put the best of America’s Best Idea at your fingertips. A dozen suggested road trips, including hundreds of noteworthy stops beyond the parks, provide the building blocks for a trip of a lifetime. The completely updated third edition features more than 150 large maps and 100 easy-to-read tables. 550 new photos showcase our most scenic treasures before you set foot in them. When you do, you’ll want to maximize time on your next national park adventure by planning it with the help of a good guide. Let this book be Your Guide to the National Parks.

General Technical Report Rm

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Touring The National Parks Of The Southwest

Author : Larry Ludmer
ISBN : 9781588437563
Genre : Travel
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Based on the 506-page full guide to the great American national parks, how to avoid the crowds, walking tours, facilities and how to get there, this edition focuses on the major parks of the Southwest: Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Utah & Nevada.

Petrified Forest National Park N P Description Of Wilderness Proposal 1967 B1; Wilderness Recommendations 1967 B2; Master Plan For Preservation And Use 1967 B3 Fol ; Natural Resources Management Plan Environmental Assessment Ea B4; Statement For Management 1976 B5; Natural And Cultural Resources Management Plan And Program 1982

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Occasional Paper

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Genre : Forests and forestry
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Nature Through Time

Author : Edoardo Martinetto
ISBN : 9783030350581
Genre : Science
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This book simulates a historical walk through nature, teaching readers about the biodiversity on Earth in various eras with a focus on past terrestrial environments. Geared towards a student audience, using simple terms and avoiding long complex explanations, the book discusses the plants and animals that lived on land, the evolution of natural systems, and how these biological systems changed over time in geological and paleontological contexts. With easy-to-understand and scientifically accurate and up-to-date information, readers will be guided through major biological events from the Earth's past. The topics in the book represent a broad paleoenvironmental spectrum of interests and educational modules, allowing for virtual visits to rich geological times. Eras and events that are discussed include, but are not limited to, the much varied Quaternary environments, the evolution of plants and animals during the Cenozoic, the rise of angiosperms, vertebrate evolution and ecosystems in the Mesozoic, the Permian mass extinction, the late Paleozoic glaciation, and the origin of the first trees and land plants in the Devonian-Ordovician. With state-of-the art expert scientific instruction on these topics and up-to-date and scientifically accurate illustrations, this book can serve as an international course for students, teachers, and other interested individuals.

Black Hills National Forest N F Deerfield Project Area

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General Technical Report Rmrs

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Texas Forest News

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Second Forest Vegetation Simulator Conference

Author : Nicholas L. Crookston
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The Wrong Dog

Author : David Elliot Cohen
ISBN : 9781642509007
Genre : Pets
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A Heartwarming Story of Unconditional Love for Fans of Dog Tales “Part Marley and Me, part Bucket List, part travel memoir, Cohen’s book tells the story of Simba, a larger-than-life Labrador retriever whose physical size is matched only by his love of people.” ―Sara Hodon, Compulsive Reader 2018 International Book Awards Winner From New York Times bestselling author David Elliot Cohen comes this unforgettable dog tale and story of a cross-country road trip. The Wrong Dog is a heartwarming and hilarious memoir of a mischievous dog and the unconditional love he forges with the family who mistakenly adopts him. There are no bad dogs. Meet Simba II, a playful white Labrador puppy brought home by accident. As he grows into an enormous ninety-pound dog with a huge personality, Simba cements the bond between two families and enriches their lives in countless ways. A cross-country road trip to remember. When the family moves from San Francisco to New York, the author is charged with the ultimate animal rescue−bringing Simba to the family’s new home. He and his best friend, Erick, load Simba into the back of a station wagon and set out on a 3,300-mile once-in-a-lifetime road trip across America. An epic journey for dog lovers. With stops at Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace; the Las Vegas Strip; Meteor Crater; the Painted Desert; Cadillac Ranch; Winslow, Arizona; Gallup, New Mexico; Graceland, and other all-American landmarks, this engaging and poignant volume chronicles an epic journey, the unconditional love between one dog and his family, and the vast and benevolent role dogs play in American family life. But most of all, The Wrong Dog shows us how the end of life can sometimes be the richest part of all. If you’re a dog lover who’s enjoyed books such as Arthur: The Dog who Crossed the Jungle to Find a Home, A Dog Called Hope, or No Ordinary Dog, then you’ll love and laugh along with The Wrong Dog.

James Fenimore Cooper

Author : James Fenimore Cooper
ISBN : 9051833334
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Most of the essays in James Fenimore Cooper: New Historical and Literary Contexts are either directly or indirectly informed by the need to confront Cooper's tales with the indeterminate historical context from which they arose. Others start from the premise that our understanding of Cooper's work can benefit significantly from displacing it from its traditional position in American literary history and by repositioning it in a new literary context. What unites all the essays is a commitment to read Cooper's works as culturally-encoded documents that both reflect and give us access to the complex, equivocal mind that created them. This is not to say that the essays share a common critical or methodological approach; indeed, they were commissioned and selected with the specific intention of applying contending approaches in contemporary literary discourse to the canonical Cooper. While the array of critical approaches represented in the book is by no means exhaustive, interpretive strategies vary from textual, formalistic New Critical readings to old historical, contextual readings, and from new historical, revisionist readings to deconstructive readings. Through their critical diversity these essays will cast a new light on Cooper's work in relation to its historical context, and on the relevance of Cooper's work to both nineteenth-century and modern literary, historical, and ideological debates.

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