Publisher: University of Nevada Press
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 299 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 18 mm
"This book is very timely and thought-provoking. Anyone interested in wildlife populations, wildlife habitat, and natural resource management needs to read it. Because some of the topics are so controversial--for example, the benefits and impacts of wildfires and livestock grazing--readers will be challenged to think deeply about the ecological relationships and processes we see unfolding in our landscapes." - Kent McAdoo, specialist in rangeland resources, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension Service, Elko County
"Because the ecological history of the rest of the Great Basin parallels that of Nevada, this well-annotated book will have wide interest beyond Nevada. Recommended."--Choice, October 2012
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