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Environment - An Interdisciplinary Anthology
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Glenn Adelson teaches biology and environmental studies at Wellesley College and is coauthor of Biodiversity: Exploring Values and Priorities in Conservation. James Engell is chair, English and American literature and language, and faculty member of the Harvard University Center for the Environment. Brent Ranalli is senior analyst at The Cadmus Group, Inc., an employee-owned environmental consulting firm. K. P. Van Anglen teaches English at Boston University and helps edit the Princeton Thoreau Edition.

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"The particular strength of this book is its inclusion of many writings from significant or 'classic' sources and its strong effort to span the disciplines."--Deborah Dalton, University of Oklahoma

"This book should alleviate a lot of stress and hassle for Environmental Studies teachers. It's a streamlined volume of the must-reads throughout the history of this important subject."--Margaret Lowman, author of "Life in the Treetops" and co-author of "It's a Jungle Up There: More Tales from the Treetops"

"This superb collection contains a comprehensive yet highly selective set of environmental writings. The book contains many classics as well as more recent pieces that are destined to become classics. "Environment" crosses over among environmental literature, science, technology and policy . . . often in the same section and sometimes within individual articles. Highly recommended for any student or scholar of environmental studies."--Professor Andrew Friedland, Dartmouth Environmental Studies Program

" The particular strength of this book is its inclusion of many writings from significant or ' classic ' sources and its strong effort to span the disciplines. " -- Deborah Dalton, University of Oklahoma

" This book should alleviate a lot of stress and hassle for Environmental Studies teachers. It ' s a streamlined volume of the must-reads throughout the history of this important subject. " -- Margaret Lowman, author of Life in the Treetops and co-author of It ' s a Jungle Up There: More Tales from the Treetops

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