nature Books for Rent 376-450


Planning for Biodiversity 2nd Edition   Planning for Biodiversity : Issues and Examples 2nd Edition
ISBN-10:
 1559634014

ISBN-13:
 9781559634014

Author:
 Peck, Sheila

Edition:
 2

Publisher:
 3Island Press

Disasters and Democracy 4th Edition   Disasters and Democracy : The Politics of Extreme Natural Events 4th Edition
ISBN-10:
 1559636963

ISBN-13:
 9781559636964

Author:
 Platt, Rutherford H.

Edition:
 4

Publisher:
 3Island Press

The Future of Nature   The Future of Nature
ISBN-10:
 1571313060

ISBN-13:
 9781571313065

Author:
 

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Milkweed Editions

Bark   Bark
ISBN-10:
 1584658525

ISBN-13:
 9781584658528

Author:
 Michael Wojtech

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University Press of New England

The Annotated Ancient Mariner 2nd Edition   The Annotated Ancient Mariner 2nd Edition
ISBN-10:
 1591021251

ISBN-13:
 9781591021254

Author:
 Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Edition:
 2

Publisher:
 Prometheus Books, Publishers

Wave of Destruction   Wave of Destruction
ISBN-10:
 1594863784

ISBN-13:
 9781594863783

Author:
 Erich Krauss

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Rodale Press, Incorporated

The Way of Natural History   The Way of Natural History
ISBN-10:
 1595340742

ISBN-13:
 9781595340740

Author:
 

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Trinity University Press

Water Resources 2nd Edition   Water Resources 2nd Edition
ISBN-10:
 1597264954

ISBN-13:
 9781597264952

Author:
 Anisfeld, Shimon C.

Edition:
 2

Publisher:
 3Island Press

Biophilic Cities   Biophilic Cities : Integrating Nature into Urban Design and Planning
ISBN-10:
 1597267155

ISBN-13:
 9781597267151

Author:
 Beatley, Timothy

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 3Island Press

Resilience Practice   Resilience Practice : Building Capacity to Absorb Disturbance and Maintain Function
ISBN-10:
 1597268011

ISBN-13:
 9781597268011

Author:
 Walker, Brian and Salt, David

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 Island Press

Humane Livestock Handling   Humane Livestock Handling : Understanding Livestock Behavior and Building Facilities for Healthier Animals
ISBN-10:
 1603420282

ISBN-13:
 9781603420280

Author:
 Grandin, Temple

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 Storey Publishing, LLC

Grass, Soil, Hope   Grass, Soil, Hope
ISBN-10:
 1603585451

ISBN-13:
 9781603585453

Author:
 Courtney White

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Chelsea Green Publishing

Animal Law 5th Edition   Animal Law : Cases and Materials 5th Edition
ISBN-10:
 161163234X

ISBN-13:
 9781611632347

Author:
 Waisman, Sonia S. and Frasch, Pamela D.

Edition:
 5

Publisher:
 Carolina Academic Press

Introduction to Environmental Health   Introduction to Environmental Health
ISBN-10:
 1621315347

ISBN-13:
 9781621315346

Author:
 

Edition:
 Revised ed.

Publisher:
 Cognella, Inc.

The Psychology of Environmental Problems 3rd Edition   The Psychology of Environmental Problems : Psychology for Sustainability 3rd Edition
ISBN-10:
 1848728093

ISBN-13:
 9781848728097

Author:
 Koger, Susan M. and Winter, Deborah Du Nann

Edition:
 3

Publisher:
 Taylor & Francis Group

Practical Skywatching 0th Edition   Practical Skywatching 0th Edition
ISBN-10:
 1876778911

ISBN-13:
 9781876778910

Author:
 David H. Levy, John O'Byrne

Edition:
 0

Publisher:
 Fog City Press

Diet for a New America 2nd Edition   Diet for a New America 2nd Edition
ISBN-10:
 193207354X

ISBN-13:
 9781932073546

Author:
 John Robbins

Edition:
 2

Publisher:
 H. J. Kramer Incorporated

A Field Guide to Economics for Conservationists   A Field Guide to Economics for Conservationists
ISBN-10:
 1936221500

ISBN-13:
 9781936221509

Author:
 Fisher, Brendan and Naidoo, Robin

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 Roberts & Company

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