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THE GREAT WOOD OF CALEDON
Written by Hugh Miles; Brian Jackman.
Stock no. 1818238
Published by Colin Baxter Photography Ltd.. 1st 1991. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
The Great Wood of Caledon was a huge native forest which extended across most of northern Scotland and was home to wolves, lynx, wild boars and brown bears. Today the remnants are still the largest area of continuous old forests in Britain. Large format. Pictorial glazed boards. Colour photos and illustrations. ISBN: 0948661267. SIGNED by author Hugh Miles with dedication to title page. Minor foxing to top edge of text block. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly scuffed to rear panel.
WOODLANDS (NN 100)
Written by Oliver Rackham.
Stock no. 1817567
Published by Collins. 1st 2006. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
The 100th volume in the New Naturalist series. vix + 609 pages. Colour photos. Green cloth. ISBN: 0007202431. Dustwrapper spine does not appear faded at this time.
RAILROADS IN THE WOODS
Written by John T. Labbe; Vernon Goe.
Stock no. 1817096
Published by Oso Publishing Company. 1st 1995. Nearly fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
Between the days of the horse and bull teams and the coming of diesel power was a unique period of American history: the age of steam-powered equipment to harvest the big timber out of ancient forests. This book is a comprehensive look at the men, the machines, and the methods at work during logging's "glory days". Large format. Black boards, gilt titles. B/w photos throughout. ISBN: 0964752107. Minor foxing to top edge of text block.
A JUBILEE IN THE HARDWOOD TRADE 1945-1995
Written by Dan Kemp.
Stock no. 1815420
Published by The Kemp House Press. 1st 2007. Nearly fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
To commemorate 50 years in the Timber trade, the company is Timbmet. Orange cloth boars, gilt titles. B/w photos. 304 pages including index. ISBN: 9780955584800.
HOW A TREE GROWS
Written by William Somerville.
Stock no. 1815203
Published by Oxford University Press. 1st 1927. Almost very good condition.
An expansion on some notes of lectures given to Forestry Undergraduates in Oxford. Blue cloth boards, gilt title to spine. 112 b/w illustrations. 212 pages including index. Corners rubbed and bumped, spine rubbed, a few scuff marks to boards. Name in ink to front endpaper and messy crossing out to top corner of front endpaper. Some foxing throughout but especially to endpapers. Some hinges pulled but binding tight.
FOREST UNDER STORY: CREATIVE INQUIRY IN AN OLD-GROWTH FOREST
Written by Nathaniel Brodie; Charles Goodrich; Frederick J. Swanson.
Stock no. 1812308
Published by University of Washington Press. 1st 2016. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
Long-term research at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, a renowned facility in the temperate rain forest of the Oregon Cascades. Scientists investigate the ecosystem's trees, wildlife, water and nutrients with an eye toward understanding change over varying timescales of up to two hundred years or more. Writers from both literary and scientific backgrounds spend time in the forest investigating the ecological and human complexities of this remarkable and deeply studied place. This is an anthology of essays, poems, and field notes that convey a landscape of moss-draped trees, patchwork clear-cuts, stream-swept gravel bars, and hillsides scoured by fire, and also bring forward the ambiguities and paradoxes of conflicting human values and their implications for the ecosystem. Green cloth boards, foil title to spine, brown paper boards. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 9780295995458.
ARBORICULTURISTS AND OTHERS IN NORTH GERMANY 1895
No author listed.
Stock no. 1812302
Published by McFarlane & Erskine. Circa 1895. Good condition.
Being a sketch by pen and pencil of their terrible sufferings at Sea, and their hair-breadth escapes by land. Large format. Red cloth boards with illustration to front and rear. No title to spine. B/w illustrations. 55 pages. All edges gilt. Boards mottled and damp stained. Top & tail of spine fraying. Endpapers browned. Small name in ink to front endpaper. A few grubby marks to contents mainly to margins.
PRACTICAL FORESTRY FOR THE AGENT AND SURVEYOR
Written by Cyril Hart.
Stock no. 2120633
Published by The Estates Gazette Ltd.. 1st 1962. Very good condition.
B/w photos. Green boards, gilt title to spine. Some light bumping and wear to spine and corners. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. A few page margin marks.
WOOD THE ALTERNATIVE FUEL
Written by Andrew Porteous.
Stock no. 1712352
Published by Hickory House Press. 1st 1978. Very good condition.
Small format. Card wraps. 48 pages. Towards self-sufficiency Series No. 1. ISBN: 0950619000.
PLANTATION FORESTRY IN THE TROPICS
Written by Julian Evans.
Stock no. 2113408
Published by Clarendon Press. 2nd 1992. Very good condition.
Large format. Card wraps. Second edition. Card wraps. B/w charts and photos. ISBN: 0198542577. Some creasing and wear to covers.
CHANGES IN LAND USE AND LAND COVER: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
Written by William B. Meyer; B.L. Turner.
Stock no. 1602903
Published by Cambridge University Press. 1st 1994. Nearly fine condition.
Glazed boards. 537 pages. Colour photos and b/w illustrations. Edited by Meyer and Turner. ISBN: 0521470854. Small red pen mark to front endpaper. Spine bumped.
THE PRACTICE OF FORESTRY
Written by Christopher Y. Michie.
Stock no. 1205339
Published by William Blackwood and Sons. 1st 1888. Almost very good condition.
Green cloth, gilt title to spine and gilt tree vignette to front cover. vi + 315 pages. B/w illustrations. Front joint very slightly cracked. Spine split. Stain to rear board. Contents very good.