Title: Coast Redwood: A Natural and Cultural ...
Publisher: Cachuma Pr
Book Condition: Good
Ex-Library Book - will contain Library Markings. Light shelf wear and minimal interior marks. Bookseller Inventory # G096285056XI3N10
A beautifully packaged book from the publishers of "Oaks of California" and "Conifers of California." -- Santa Barbara News-Press October 7, 2001
A marvelous, deeply informative book richly illustrated with over 330 photographs. -- California Wild (magazine), Winter 2002
Not only showcases the trees, but in more than 200 color photographs reveals the immense diversity of . . . the forest. -- Sierra (magazine), May/June 2002
Other books feature giant trees . . . but this volume celebrates a single species . . . in a way that is unrivaled in publishing. -- Crossosoma:Journal of the Southern California Botanists, Fall/Winter 2003
The authors have ... made the natural and cultural history of coastal redwoods exciting and accessible to ordinary folks. -- Econews:Newsletter of the Northcoast Environmental Center October, 2001
The breadth of coverage is exceptional, and the fine photographs on every page illuminate the text with beauty and clarity. -- California Coast & Ocean (magazine), Spring 2002
The text is exemplary . . . Naturalists and redwood lovers of all types will find this book to be essential. -- Fremontia (journal), January 2002
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