5-Forest Ecology by J. D. Ovington , Ph.D. of the Merlewood Research Station
Forest ecologists faced with reconciling the demand for more timber with the conservation of natural resources must consider the complex relationships between woodland plants and animals and environmental factors. Woodlands serve not only as producers of timber but also play a fundamental part in the whole human environment by providing water, shelter, and protection for wild life.
A discussion on some of the novels published in recent months
Justine by Lawrence Durrell
Those Who Wait by Christine Arnotht
Seize the Day by Saul Bellow
The Comforters by Muriel Spark
There is a Happy Land by Keith Waterhouse
Room at the Top by John Braine
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