Stories of Grit and Spirit from the Mangrove Wilderness
Everglades National Park's mangrove ecosystem, extending over 230,000 acres of south Florida, is the most expansive in the western hemisphere and the largest continuous system of mangroves in the world. Most of this mangrove area is remote, accessible only by boat, complex and difficult to navigate. In Out There: Voices from the Everglades ......
100 Classic Summit Routes to Washington's Cascade and Olympic Mountains
This select guide includes detailed, easy to follow directions to climbing 100 of Washington's most visible, historically significant, and interesting mountains with summits over 5,000 feet. From introductory level off-trail summit hikes and scrambles to multi-pitch alpine rock and high volcano climbs, this guide is suitable for beginning ......
Tracing the life and work of Rod Giblett, a leading local wetland conservationist, environmental activist and pioneer transdisciplinary researcher and writer of fiction and non-fiction, Black Swan Song weaves together memoir, essay, story, and criticism. It provides ways of living and being with the earth in dark and troubled times.
Ecocriticism, the Universal Ecosystem, and the Astropocene
In The End of the Anthropocene, Michael J. Gormley examines late-stage anthropocene literature and the imagining of the astropocene. Focusing on science fiction literature, Gormley frames a changing ecoethic for the end of the anthropocene.