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1. A Guidebook for Integrated Ecological Assessments Mark E. Jensen, Patrick S. Bourgeron (auth.), Mark E. Jensen, Patrick S. Bourgeron (eds.) pdf Springer-Verlag New York 24137036 English 2001 [Download]


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Blair Review: Right from the start, The Job of the Wasp is utterly disquieting. Everything about it just feels somehow off, though it's difficult to put your finger on exactly what the problem is. Perhaps it's the fact that the story is ostensibly narrated by a boy at boarding school, but nothing about the narrative voice sounds like any child or teenager you have ever encountered. Perhaps it's that the time period and geographical setting are so unclear. Perhaps it's even that the title and inexplicably unse

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Beth Review: Professor Bernd Heinrich presents a observation of summer in New England from a biologist's point of view in this companion volume to Winter World: The Ingenuity of Animal Survival. Things I learned from the 50 pages I read (and the additional 50 I skimmed) include:

* Small birds migrate at night, following the stars
* Next year's buds are made the previous season
* Wood frog mating is entirely random
* Only 1 in 100 larve of the northern forest caterpillar turn into moths

Parts of the introduction r

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Cecily Review:
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This is a charming, simple story about a sweet, straightforward young woman – until the final section, when it sears the reader’s heart and soars into another realm.

The first part is a delightful picture of small-town Ireland in the 1950s. The middle two parts chart Eilis’ arrival and settling in to life and study in Brooklyn. Not much happens. It’s well done, but I couldn’t see what all the fuss was about. Then she i

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Jim Review: I'm pretty sure I gave Tarzan of the Apes 5 stars, so I have to give this one the same. It's really one, 2 part book. It is better in one way, much of Burroughs earlier seeming racism is gone. Otherwise, it is just a continuation of the basis for a story we've all come to know so well. It relies heavily on coincidence, monumentally stupid bravery & sheer magic, but it's a heck of a lot of fun.

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Mo Review: I honestly don't know how she can keep spinning out these tales, year after year and that folks don't get bored. I really liked this one. Was going to skip it as it is a novella … thing is, it didn't read like a novella. It was a long book. Follows on directly from the previous book. All the usual characters were there. Love them.

ROARKE - don't think I will ever tire of him


For all that he'd wanted the whole of his life, he'd never wanted anything as he did her. The more he had of her, the more


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