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Discusses plants commonly found in urban areas throughout the United States. Format: Library Binding.
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It's largely text-book matter written in a text-book manner: ""Plowing, pottery-making, and irrigation were not the only areas of human activity in which progress was made as a result of farming. The next example tells how the demand for sugar and the nature of its cultivation encouraged slavery, and how the need for cheap food for the slaves led to a great ting scheme; this in turn becomes the story of the Bounty mutiny-a still livelier if digressive and, again, oft-told story
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Rahn, Joan Elma, 1929-; Winter, Ginny Linville. urn:acs6:hn:pdf:d85-cd6de8c960b5 urn:acs6:hn:epub:c92-c2c085c74a3f urn:oclc:record:1035620674. University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (PZ).
The Nature of Cities. A collective blog on cities as ecological spaces. Very Short Fiction on Future Cities-The Stories of The Nature of Cities Prize for 2020, with the theme "City in a Wild Garden". The submission period ends 1 January. Stories of The Nature of Cities 2099 – Prize for urban flash fiction. Stories of the Nature of Cities 2020City in a Wild Garden.
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Rahn, Joan Elma was born on February 5, 1929 in Cleveland. Daughter of George William and Elsie (Edna) Rahn. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Botanical Society of America, American Institute Biological Science, Sigma Xi. Connections.
Rare Earth: Why Complex Life Is Uncommon in the Universe is a 2000 popular science book about xenobiology by Peter Ward, a geologist and evolutionary biologist, and Donald E. Brownlee, a cosmologist and astrobiologist, both faculty members at the Un. . Brownlee, a cosmologist and astrobiologist, both faculty members at the University of Washington. The book is the origin of the term 'Rare Earth Hypothesis' which, like the book, asserts the concept that complex life is rare in the universe.
Author: Joan Elma Rahn
Category: Books for children
Publisher: distributed by Children's Press (1977)
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