Ecological science, the Biosphere

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Tuzo

Your home is not where it was last night, and it will be in a different place tomorrow. This is the result of plate tectonics, a process most of us accept without hesitation today, but whose discovery ...

Renewal

By (author) Andrés R Edwards
Foreword by Marc Bekoff
Categories: Applied ecology

Renewal explores the science behind why being in nature makes us feel alive and helps us thrive. Backed by cutting-edge research in cognitive science, Edwards weaves stories that reveal nature’s genius, ...

Magnetic North

By (author) Jenna Butler
Categories: Travel writing
Series: Wayfarer

From the endangered Canadian boreal forest to the environmentally threatened Svalbard archipelago off the coast of Norway, Butler takes us on a sea voyage that connects continents and traces the impacts ...

Euclid's Orchard and Other Essays

In her new collection of luminous essays, Kishkan unravels an intricately patterned algorithm. A madrigal of horticulture and love. Amid bees and coyotes, her touchstones of natural history and family ...

Canadian Environmental History

In an era of increasing environmental awareness, Canadians are becoming more and more curious about the context of environmental action and policy. Canadian Environmental History puts into historical perspective ...

Damselflies of Alberta

With iridescent blues and greens, damselflies are some of the most beautiful flying insects as well as the most primitive. As members of the insect order Odonata they are related to dragonflies but are ...