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Naturally Wild

Author : Julie Lemons
ISBN : 9781490753911
Genre : Art
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Julie Lemons believes art goes beyond a blank piece of paper and graphite. Happiness starts when the idea and desire to create something new becomes an urge that pushes the creativity. Then the chalk dances on the paper. “Naturally Wild” is a book designed to show the steps Julie has taken to create animal paintings from her own photos. The steps start from sketch to the completed painting. This book includes wild and domestic animals. You will find helpful tidbits about the materials and techniques used in the process. Julie hopes this book, "Naturally Wild" will encourage others to become artists, inspire artists to try something new in art, and reach prospective adoptive parents for animals in shelters and zoos. It is important to "give back" such as sharing her time and art ability. Julie hopes to do book signing events at the zoos represented in her book. She plans to do free art demonstrations for children at the zoos and animal shelters. Encouraging others in art and sharing a combination of joys in my life is important. “Naturally Wild” is inspirational book as a classroom tool to a coffee table book.

Naturally Wild In The Nearly Civilized

Author : Ronald Munro
ISBN : 1698273371
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Naturally Wild in the Nearly Civilized brings together nature photography and nature-minded poetry. Through picture and verse, we get a glimpse of the interplay of Nature's grace with every hope and dream, every fear and doubt, every joy that life brings our way. Accented with timeless insights from literary masters, Naturally Wild in the Nearly Civilized creates a photo-poetic essay recalling a time when Nature itself was considered life's greatest poet.

Temagami S Tangled Wild

Author : Jocelyn Thorpe
ISBN : 9780774822039
Genre : Social Science
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Canadian wilderness seems a self-evident entity, yet, as this volume shows in vivid historical detail, wilderness is not what it seems. In Temagami's Tangled Wild, Jocelyn Thorpe traces how struggles over meaning, racialized and gendered identities, and land have made the Temagami area in Ontario into a site emblematic of wild Canadian nature, even though the Teme-Augama Anishnabai have long understood the region as their homeland rather than as a wilderness. Eloquent and accessible, this engaging history challenges readers to acknowledge the embeddedness of colonial relations in our notions of wilderness, and to reconsider our understanding of the wilderness ideal.

The Institutes Of Justinian

Author : Thomas Collett Sandars
ISBN : GENT:900000129235
Genre : Institutiones
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Knowledge Systems Of Societies For Adaptation And Mitigation Of Impacts Of Climate Change

Author : Sunil Nautiyal
ISBN : 9783642361432
Genre : Science
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Climate change is broadly recognized as a key environmental issue affecting social and ecological systems worldwide. At the Cancun summit of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s 16th Conference, the parties jointly agreed that the vulnerable groups particularly in developing countries and whose livelihood is based on land use practices are the most common victims as in most cases their activities are shaped by the climate. Therefore, solving the climate dilemma through mitigation processes and scientific research is an ethical concern. Thus combining the knowledge systems of the societies and scientific evidences can greatly assist in the creation of coping mechanisms for sustainable development in a situation of changing climate. International Humboldt Kolleg focusing on “knowledge systems of societies and Climate Change” was organized at ISEC. This event was of unique importance, as the year 2011-12 was celebrated as the 60th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between India and Germany with the motto "Germany and India - Infinite Opportunities." This volume is the outcome of the papers presented during the IHK 2011 at ISEC, India.

Darwinian Agriculture

Author : R. Ford Denison
ISBN : 9781400842810
Genre : Science
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As human populations grow and resources are depleted, agriculture will need to use land, water, and other resources more efficiently and without sacrificing long-term sustainability. Darwinian Agriculture presents an entirely new approach to these challenges, one that draws on the principles of evolution and natural selection. R. Ford Denison shows how both biotechnology and traditional plant breeding can use Darwinian insights to identify promising routes for crop genetic improvement and avoid costly dead ends. Denison explains why plant traits that have been genetically optimized by individual selection--such as photosynthesis and drought tolerance--are bad candidates for genetic improvement. Traits like plant height and leaf angle, which determine the collective performance of plant communities, offer more room for improvement. Agriculturalists can also benefit from more sophisticated comparisons among natural communities and from the study of wild species in the landscapes where they evolved. Darwinian Agriculture reveals why it is sometimes better to slow or even reverse evolutionary trends when they are inconsistent with our present goals, and how we can glean new ideas from natural selection's marvelous innovations in wild species.

Scripture Illustrated By Means Of Natural Science In Botany Geology Geography

Author : Charles Taylor
ISBN : BSB:BSB10354591
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The Wild Girl Natural Man And The Monster

Author : Julia V. Douthwaite
ISBN : 0226160556
Genre : History
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This study looks at the lives of the most famous "wild children" of eighteenth-century Europe, showing how they open a window onto European ideas about the potential and perfectibility of mankind. Julia V. Douthwaite recounts reports of feral children such as the wild girl of Champagne (captured in 1731 and baptized as Marie-Angélique Leblanc), offering a fascinating glimpse into beliefs about the difference between man and beast and the means once used to civilize the uncivilized. A variety of educational experiments failed to tame these feral children by the standards of the day. After telling their stories, Douthwaite turns to literature that reflects on similar experiments to perfect human subjects. Her examples range from utopian schemes for progressive childrearing to philosophical tales of animated statues, from revolutionary theories of regenerated men to Gothic tales of scientists run amok. Encompassing thinkers such as Rousseau, Sade, Defoe, and Mary Shelley, Douthwaite shows how the Enlightenment conceived of mankind as an infinitely malleable entity, first with optimism, then with apprehension. Exposing the darker side of eighteenth-century thought, she demonstrates how advances in science gave rise to troubling ethical concerns, as parents, scientists, and politicians tried to perfect mankind with disastrous results.

Natural And Moral History Of The Indies

Author : José de Acosta
ISBN : 0822328453
Genre : History
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DIVExploration of th society, surroundings and lives of the Amerindians of the Western Indies and the Americas (what we would call Latin America) as seen through first-hand observations of Jose Acosta and the written accounts of other ethnohistorians, soldie/div

Polar Tourism

Author : Bernard Stonehouse
ISBN : 9781845411459
Genre : Business & Economics
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Tourism throughout the world raises environmental issues that are often concerned with conflicting rights and responsibilities: the inherent right of mankind to travel, the no-less inherent right of indigenous people to guard their environmental heritage, and the responsibility of governments - local, national or (in the unique case of Antarctica) international - to protect environments over which they exercise stewardship. Additionally, the presence of international commercial enterprises, especially marine and other mass transport modes, represent unique governance challenges. This book deals mainly with environmental issues and the management implications arising from polar tourism, one of the fastest-growing sectors of world tourism. However, many of the issues discussed here arise no less urgently in temperate and tropical wilderness areas, and indeed in any region where sensitive environments are subjected to mass tourism. The principles and guidelines discussed here are of interest and practical use in tourism studies generally. "Readers of this book embark on a stimulating journey into the world of polar tourism. With a focus on management aspects and environmental implications, the intricacies of polar tourism are discussed in an educated and thoughtful manner. Further conceptual background is provided on wilderness and cultural tourism to enable an informed assessment of the framework within which polar tourism operates. A powerful concluding chapter applies the technique of Multiple Resource Management Planning to polar tourism. This book is a valuable resource for students, academics and policy-makers alike." Daniela Liggett, Gateway Antarctica, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

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