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Title: The Natural History of the Burren
Publisher: IMMEL Publishing Ltd
Publication Date: 1992
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good
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An unexpected facet of the Emerald Isle is revealed to the reader in this study of a unique environment on the westernmost edge of Europe. The limestone karst landscape of The Burren, its clints and grykes home to an enormous variety of plants and animals, is punctuated by wetland habitats and fringed with a rocky Atlantic coastline. For the dedicated botanist and tourist alike, it is the display of summer flora which is the highlight of The Burren's year. This title is a comprehensive and detailed study of an increasingly well known area of special interest. Gordon D'Arcy has provided a wealth of information in a straightforward and readable text. The geology, archaeology, ecology, agriculture and most vit ally the future of The Burren all come under D'Arcy's keen eye.
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