6 edition of The nature of Chicago found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-258) and index.
|Other titles||Comprehensive guide to natural sites in and around the city|
|Statement||Isabel S. Abrams.|
|LC Classifications||QH105.I3 A53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||96051835|
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The Nature of the Future: Agriculture, Science, and Capitalism in the Antebellum North, Pawley. Yet nature is all around us, especially if you live in the Chicago area.
But few Chicagoans know it’s there. There are more than square miles of natural area within about an hour’s drive of downtown Chicago. That’s more nature than twenty-nine national parks, including Arches, Acadia, Bryce Canyon, and. Adrian Johns is professor of history and chair of the Committee on Conceptual and Historical Studies at the University of Chicago.
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The book The Nature of Diversity: An Evolutionary Voyage of Discovery, Daniel R. Brooks and Deborah A. McLennan is published by University of Chicago Press. The Nature Fix: Why Nature Makes Us Happier, Healthier, and More Creative delves into why nature is good for us. Traveling the world and immersing herself in different cultures, Florence Williams discusses various perspectives and theories surrounding nature, often participating in related studies while she travels.4/5.
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This year has been a nature lover’s dream in terms of books. The first three months brought us some of the most exciting nature writing in recent memory. You can review those books here. Now the year is almost half over, and there are even more great books to add to the list. Here are some of my favorite works of nature writing to come out.
In A Natural History of the Chicago Region, Joel Greenberg takes readers on a journey that begins in with Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolietthe first Europeans known to have visited the Chicago regionand that we're still on is a fascinating story, told with humor and passion, of forests battling prairies for dominance; of grasslands plowed, wetlands/5.
Tags environmental books • Best Nature Writing About Amy Brady Amy Brady is the Editor-in-Chief of the Chicago Review of Books. A collection of stories, poems, drawings, and photographs contributed by numerous Chicago artists, scientists, and residents, it whisks the reader through the streets, parks, and history of the Chicago region, giving a perspective on the city’s relationship with nature that is at once complete, nuanced, detailed, entertaining, and surprisingly intimate."Obviously, the main subject of Darwin's Cathedral—religion—is widely addition, many of the subjects which Wilson draws to interpret religion—subjects such as group selection, adaptation, hypothesis testing, and how to 'do' science—are contentious among by: From University of Chicago Press: “Gathering together a breathtaking range of nature illustrations from manuscripts, prints, drawings, and rare printed books from across the world, Sleigh brings us face to face (or face to tentacle) with images of butterflies, beetles, and spiders, of shells, fish, and coral polyps.