THE DIVERSITY OF LIFE
by Edward O. Wilson
1992, 464 pages, 76 photos (62 color), 41 drawings, maps, charts. Pulitzer Prize-winning biodiversity authority offers remarkable account of how living world became diverse and how humans destroy that diversity. Provides tour through time, tracing processes that create new species and identifying cataclysmic events that have disrupted evolution for 600 million years. Covers crisis in global ecosystems, calling for stewardship over the worlds biological wealth. Richly illustrated. Paperback; 6-1/8 x 9-1/4″.
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