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  • ISBN: 9780520269200 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0520269209 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: print
    159 p. : col., ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, 2014.

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The forest and the fish -- Life and death of a ... Read More
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Subject: Pacific salmon -- Ecology -- North Pacific Ocean
Pacific salmon -- Ecology -- Northwest, Pacific
Rain forest ecology -- Northwest, Pacific
Coastal ecology -- Northwest, Pacific
Ecology -- Northwest Coast of North America
Northwest Coast of North America

  • Baker & Taylor
    Explores the complex web of interactions between the salmon of the Pacific Northwest and the surrounding ecosystem, including its relationship with streambeds, treetops, sea urchins, bears, orcas, rain forests, kelp forests and so much more, in a book with 70 full-color photos.
  • University of California Press
    The Fish in the Forest is an elegantly written, beautifully illustrated exploration of the complex web of relationships between the salmon of the Pacific Northwest and the surrounding ecosystem. Dale Stokes shows how nearly all aspects of this fragile ecosystem—from streambeds to treetops, from sea urchins to orcas to bears, from rain forests to kelp forests—are intimately linked with the biology of the Pacific salmon. Illustrated with 70 stunning color photographs by Doc White, The Fish in the Forest demonstrates how the cycling of nutrients between the ocean and the land, mediated by the life and death of the salmon, is not only key to understanding the landscape of the north Pacific coast, but is also a powerful metaphor for all of life on earth.
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