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Title: 74 Days: An Islander's Diary of the ...
Publisher: Quetzal, London
Publication Date: 2002
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This book concentrates on the group of plants showing the steepest decline among British flora over the past 25 years--plants that grow among the crops.
Phil Wilson and Miles King work as independent freelance conservation consultants. Wilson has been studying Britain's arable flora since 1985 with the Nature Conservancy Council and the Game Conservancy Trust, with whom he gained his PhD in 1990. King worked at the Avon Wildlife Trust and BBONT. Both have worked for English Nature and with the plant conservation charity Plantlife.
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