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The Natural History of Puget Sound Country.
by Kruckeberg, Arthur R.

Publisher Information:
University of Washington Press,, Seattle:: 1991..

A Fine copy in a Fine dj. Bounded on the east by the crest of the Cascade Range and on the west by the lofty east flank of the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound terrain includes every imaginable topographic variety. The book begins with a discussion of how the ice ages and vulcanism shaped the land and then examines the natural attributes of the region and both positive and negative aspects of the human impact. With some 400 b&w photographs and line drawings.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0295970197
Book Id: 25661

Price: $95.00

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