Harvey, skilled and widely experienced naturalist, Professor in the University College of the South-west at Exeter, has collaborated with the learned D. St Leger-Gordon to make Dartmoor a balanced and consistent book, full of new syntheses and original ideas.
Harvey, skilled and widely experienced naturalist, Professor in the University College of the South-west at Exeter, has collaborated with the learned D. The ideal natural history book is that which shows not only wild nature, but man’s place in it. By this token, and many others, Dartmoor is such a book. Dartmoor explores the complex and fascinating history of one of southern England's greatest National Parks, an area of enormous interest to naturalists and tourists alike. The loneliest wilderness in England. This has been said more often of Dartmoor than any other part of our country.
бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Traditionally in the world of fiction as well as that of fact, Dartmoor has been renowned as a vast empty moorland area, the property of nature rather than of man. It has always been the public's idea of a lonely place. Not many generations ago it was regarded with.
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amp; D. S. Leger-Gordon. Revised ed. Fontana New Naturalist, Collins. 1, 118 pp. Computing Laboratory, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Fife. Havinden, M. & . Wilkinson 1970. In: . Gill (e., Dartmoor: A new Study. pp. 139–181, David & Charles, Newton Abbot. Reciprocal averaging: an eigenvector method of ordination.
Published by Collins. Hardback 17 colour and 36 b/w photos with 3 maps of the area. 273 pages includes index. New Naturalist series. The ideal natural history book in that it shows not only wild nature, but man's place in it. 17 colour and 36 b/w photos with 3 maps of the area. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. A little foxing to outer page edges. DARTMOOR (NN 27) Written by . Harvey, Douglas St. Published by Collins.