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The Wild Shores AMERICA S BEGINNINGS

The Wild Shores AMERICA S BEGINNINGS Author TEE LOFTIN SNELL
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Release 1974
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Wild Shores

Wild Shores Author Rebecca Burg
ISBN-10 198394646X
Release 2018-01-25
Pages 180
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Abused by an alcoholic father, living an adventure, facing terminal cancer.... Life wasn't destined to be dull. Though this little book is a memoir, but it's not all about me. It's about the connections we make and the unexpected things we learn from others. It's about conquering fear and finding our inner strength in the face of adversity. Everything that happens to us, good or bad, is a learning opportunity. It's up to each one of us to make the most of these moments, take charge and find deeper meaning. Happiness is a choice. Our response to hardship and challenge is a choice. We can succumb to despair and allow ourselves to be helplessly tossed about by life, or we can stand up to it. Do we cling to resentment or learn how to forgive? Do we play the victim, or be the victor? How would you choose? **The paperback Includes a special section on the author's quest to understand her native ancestors' paranormal past, and personal spiritual exploration. This book was completed before terminal cancer made it impossible for the author to continue her work.



Wild Shores of Australia

Wild Shores of Australia Author Ron Fisher
ISBN-10 0792273621
Release 1998
Pages 199
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Documents the land, animals, people, and towns of the continent, from the northern tropics to the remote bush to the modern cities



Walking Wild Shores

Walking Wild Shores Author Kevin Winker
ISBN-10 9781626520622
Release 2013-05-14
Pages 353
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Traveling and studying birds on the frontier



Wild Shores

Wild Shores Author Radclyffe
ISBN-10 1626396450
Release 2016-03-15
Pages 240
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Gillian "Gem” Martin is the lead biologist on the Wildlife Emergency Response Team called in to head off a catastrophe as an oil spill heads right for a wildlife sanctuary on the Northeast coast. Austin Germaine is a troubleshooter, the hired gun for a big oil company, whose job is to keep the news of an offshore oil tanker leak quiet until the mess can be contained. If it can be. Too bad word of the spill gets out, and Gem and Austin find themselves reluctant allies in a race against time to divert the spill and save the wildlife refuge and its endangered inhabitants--all while battling an attraction neither wants to admit. Austin really needs to win Gem’s cooperation to battle the press and preserve the company’s reputation, but the prickly environmentalist seems determined to distrust her, especially when she discovers Austin’s role in the cover-up. Gem might be more inclined to forgive and forget if Austin weren’t the kind of dangerous charmer she’d learned the hard way to never believe, and never let close. A high stakes race against time, the forces of nature, and the strongest power of all--the desire of the human heart. A First Responders Novel



Vital arctic graphics

Vital arctic graphics Author Tiina Kurvits
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105121897230
Release 2005-05-18
Pages 43
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The Arctic is the world's last continuous, undeveloped and unexploited coastal and marine region. It is an area highly unique in terms of its landscape, its peoples and ecosystems; as well as its vulnerability to climate change. The region is home to some 4 million people, roughly one-third of which are indigenous peoples whose traditional way of life depends directly on the health of the Arctic environment. Living as herders, hunters and gatherers, Arctic indigenous peoples have developed lifestyles that are inextricably linked to their surroundings. These peoples have lived sustainably in the Arctic for thousands of years, and are now faced with massive environmental change. Vital Arctic Graphics is a compilation of illustrations and case studies intended to describe the Arctic, the livelihoods of Arctic indigenous peoples and the future well-being of this region. It summarizes some of the key threats to the future sustainability of the Arctic including the rapid pace of climate change, worrying levels of persistent organic and heavy metal pollutants, and increasing natural resource exploration. The coastal regions are particularly important to the peoples of the Arctic and their current protection status is given particular focus.



Beyond the Wild Shores

Beyond the Wild Shores Author Patricia Hickman
ISBN-10 1556615442
Release 1997
Pages 287
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An American woman brought to Sydney as a teacher is determined to make a difference in the lives of her pupils but meets with resistance from the local military leadership.



THE WILDER SHORES OF LOVE

THE WILDER SHORES OF LOVE Author Lesley Blanch
ISBN-10 9780993092794
Release 2015-03-11
Pages 336
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Originally published in 1954, The Wilder Shores of Love pioneered a new kind of group biography focusing on four nineteenth-century European women "escaping the boredom of convention". They leave behind them the industrialized West for the Middle East, to find love, fulfillment, and "glowing horizons of emotion and daring". Isabel Burton (who married the Arabist and explorer Richard), Jane Digby el-Mezrab (Lady Ellenborough, the society beauty who ended up living in the Syrian desert with a Bedouin chieftain), Aimee Dubucq de Rivery (a French convent girl captured by pirates who was gifted to the Sultan’s harem in Istanbul), and Isabelle Eberhardt (a Swiss-Russian linguist who felt most comfortable in boy’s clothes and lived among the Arabs in the Sahara). Lesley Blanch felt the greatest affinity with Jane Digby, the society beauty who ended up living in the Syrian desert with a Bedouin chieftain: "She had a superb home in Damascus, was uninhibited, rode through life jumping all the fences, social and moral." A scholarly romantic, Lesley Blanch influenced and inspired generations of writers, readers and critics. The Wilder Shores of Love has remained in print in English since it was first published, and is considered to be an excellent example of the genre narrative non-fiction.



America s Beginnings The Wild Shores

America s Beginnings  The Wild Shores Author Tee Loftin Snell
ISBN-10 OCLC:1020247844
Release 1974
Pages 203
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The Wild Shores of North America

The Wild Shores of North America Author Ann Sutton
ISBN-10 UCSD:31822011685963
Release 1977
Pages 234
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The World s WILD SHORES

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Wild Shore

Wild Shore Author Greg Breining
ISBN-10 0816631417
Release 2000
Pages 263
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A true story of adventure and a two-year quest to navigate the greatest of the Great Lakes. An avid history buff, Breining follows the routes of the Ojibwa and the voyageurs. He explores the mix of cultures that created the Lake Superior region we know today. Illustrated throughout with the author's striking photos, "Wild Shore" will be a welcome book to those who love the beauty of Lake Superior, to adventures, and to armchair travelers everywhere.



Searching for Thoreau

Searching for Thoreau Author Tom Slayton
ISBN-10 1884592449
Release 2007
Pages 208
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"Ten essays that interweave the author's first-hand experiences and those of the great American writer/naturalist Henry David Thoreau with their respective reflections on the importance of preserving wild places and the causes of change"--Provided by publisher.



The Wild Shore

The Wild Shore Author Kim Stanley Robinson
ISBN-10 9780312890360
Release 1995-03-15
Pages 377
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The author of the award-winning Red Mars and its sequel Green Mars offers a vision of a radically different alternative future in the first volume of his highly acclaimed "Three Californias" trilogy. The Wild Shore tells the story of a young man coming of age on the Pacific coast in the aftermath of a devastating nuclear war.



The Wild Shores of Patagonia

The Wild Shores of Patagonia Author
ISBN-10 9879395050
Release 2000
Pages 224
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Jasmine Rossi's photographs of Patagonia's coastal wild animals and seascapes are both beautiful and shocking. She portrays its cycles of birth and death and of storm and calm with rare technical skill and a text that enlarges her photographic windows with unusual accuracy. Her book is a passionate contribution to the growing campaign of those working to protect the wildlife of Patagonia.



Kafka on the Shore

Kafka on the Shore Author Haruki Murakami
ISBN-10 9781400079278
Release 2006-01
Pages 467
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An unlikely alliance forms between Kafka Tamura, a fifteen-year-old runaway, and the aging Nakata, a man who has never recovered from a wartime affliction, as they embark on a surreal odyssey through a strange, fantastical world.



Wild Singapore

Wild Singapore Author Geoffrey Davison
ISBN-10 1906780722
Release 2013-09-01
Pages 208
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_____Published in association with the National Parks Board of Singapore, this important book combines vivid photographs of marine and terrestrial sites and species with a highly informative and readable text. The book starts with a look at Singapore's wild past: its biogeography from before human occupation up to 19th century changes and finishes with a look at the possible future of wildlife in the country. In between, there are full details on the current flora and fauna to be found in and on Singapore's reefs and rocks, mangroves and mud, lowland and swamp forests, and parks and gardens. A unique feature in each chapter is the 'Guided Tour' which takes readers to specific habitats to explore the trees, birds, plants and animals to be found there. Written by three expert authors, Wild Singapore provides an authoritative and entertaining survey of the wide spectrum of wildlife on the land and in the seas of Singapore.