'The Olympic Rain Forest' evokes the forest's beauty and intricacy while summarizing scientific understanding of its components and interactions, and will be welcomed by resident Northwesterners and travelers as well as by all who are interested in nature. Its prose is both readable and scientifically sound. More than 100 pictures catch the variety and grandeur of this magnificent forest.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 124) and index.
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