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A Sand County almanac & other writings on ecology and conservation, Aldo Leopold ; Curt Meine, editor

Label
A Sand County almanac & other writings on ecology and conservation
Title
A Sand County almanac & other writings on ecology and conservation
Statement of responsibility
Aldo Leopold ; Curt Meine, editor
Title variation
Sand County almanac and other writings on ecology and conservation
Creator
Contributor
Author
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A Sand County almanac is often hailed as a foundational work of the modern environmental movement. Here, it is paired with over fifty other pieces by Leopold: uncollected articles, essays, speeches, and other writings that chart the evolution of his ideas over the course of three decades
Member of
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The Library of America
Series volume
238
Label
A Sand County almanac & other writings on ecology and conservation, Aldo Leopold ; Curt Meine, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Sand County almanac -- Sketches here and there -- The upshot -- Other writings on ecology and conservation -- Selected journals -- Selected letters
  • [1] A Sand County Almanac, and sketches here and there -- Part I: A Sand County Almanac -- January thaw -- Good oak -- The geese return -- Come high water -- Draba -- Bur oak -- Sky dance -- Back from the Argentine -- The Alder fork--a fishing idyl -- Great possessions -- Prairie birthday -- The green pasture -- The choral copse -- Smoky gold -- Too early -- Red lanterns -- If I were the wind -- Axe-in-hand -- A mighty fortress -- Home range -- Pines above the snow -- 65290 -- Part II: Sketches here and there -- Marshland elegy -- The sand counties -- Odyssey -- On a monument to the pigeon -- Flambeau -- Illinois bus ride -- Red legs kicking -- On top -- Thinking like a mountain -- Escudilla -- Guacamaja -- The green lagoons -- Song of the Gavilan -- Cheat takes over -- Clandeboye -- Part III: The Upshot -- Conservation esthetic -- Wildlife in American culture -- Wilderness -- The land ethic -- [2] Other writings on ecology and conservation -- Address before the Albuquerque Rotary Club -- Boomerangs -- Wild lifers vs. game farmers -- A turkey hunt in the Datil National Forest -- The wilderness and its place in Forest Recreational Policy -- Blue River -- Goose music -- Some fundamentals of conservation in the Southwest -- A criticism of the Booster spirit -- Pioneers and gullies -- Grass, brush, timber, and fire in Southern Arizona -- The river of the mother of God -- Conserving the covered wagon -- The pig in the parlor -- Wilderness as a form of land use -- Mr. Thompson's wilderness -- The American game policy in a nutshell -- Game and wild life conservation -- A history of ideas in game management -- The virgin Southwest -- The conservation ethic -- Conservation economics -- The Arboretum and the university -- Land pathology -- Coon Valley : an adventure in cooperative conservation, why the Wilderness Society? -- Wilderness ("To an American conservationist ... ") -- Wilderness ("The two great cultural advances ... ") -- Threatened species -- Naturschutz in Germany -- Conservationist in Mexico -- Conservation blueprints -- Engineering and conservation -- Natural history, the forgotten science -- A survey of conservation -- The farmer as a conservationist -- A biotic view of land -- Lakes in relation to terrestrial life patterns -- Wilderness as a land laboratory -- Yet come June -- The Round River : a parable of conservation -- The Grizzly : a problem in land planning -- The role of wildlife in a liberal education -- The last stand -- Land-use and democracy -- The prairie : The forgotten flora -- What is a weed? -- Post-war prospects -- Conservation : in whole or in part? -- The outlook for farm wildlife -- The land-health concept and conservation -- Scarcity values in conservation -- Deadening -- Wherefore wildlife ecology? -- The ecological conscience -- The deer swatch -- [3] Selected Journals -- "Gettin' ganders on the Rio" -- The delta Colorado -- Canada, 1924 -- Fish Lake -- Canada, 1925 -- Reunion -- Red Fox Day -- Current river trip -- Gila trip -- Second Gila trip -- 1936 Mexico trip -- from Shack Journals, 1935-1948 -- [4] Selected letters
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
Special commemorative ed.
Extent
xv, 931 pages
Isbn
9781598532067
Lccn
2012948207
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)796756009
  • (OCoLC)ocn796756009
  • 927178
Label
A Sand County almanac & other writings on ecology and conservation, Aldo Leopold ; Curt Meine, editor
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Sand County almanac -- Sketches here and there -- The upshot -- Other writings on ecology and conservation -- Selected journals -- Selected letters
  • [1] A Sand County Almanac, and sketches here and there -- Part I: A Sand County Almanac -- January thaw -- Good oak -- The geese return -- Come high water -- Draba -- Bur oak -- Sky dance -- Back from the Argentine -- The Alder fork--a fishing idyl -- Great possessions -- Prairie birthday -- The green pasture -- The choral copse -- Smoky gold -- Too early -- Red lanterns -- If I were the wind -- Axe-in-hand -- A mighty fortress -- Home range -- Pines above the snow -- 65290 -- Part II: Sketches here and there -- Marshland elegy -- The sand counties -- Odyssey -- On a monument to the pigeon -- Flambeau -- Illinois bus ride -- Red legs kicking -- On top -- Thinking like a mountain -- Escudilla -- Guacamaja -- The green lagoons -- Song of the Gavilan -- Cheat takes over -- Clandeboye -- Part III: The Upshot -- Conservation esthetic -- Wildlife in American culture -- Wilderness -- The land ethic -- [2] Other writings on ecology and conservation -- Address before the Albuquerque Rotary Club -- Boomerangs -- Wild lifers vs. game farmers -- A turkey hunt in the Datil National Forest -- The wilderness and its place in Forest Recreational Policy -- Blue River -- Goose music -- Some fundamentals of conservation in the Southwest -- A criticism of the Booster spirit -- Pioneers and gullies -- Grass, brush, timber, and fire in Southern Arizona -- The river of the mother of God -- Conserving the covered wagon -- The pig in the parlor -- Wilderness as a form of land use -- Mr. Thompson's wilderness -- The American game policy in a nutshell -- Game and wild life conservation -- A history of ideas in game management -- The virgin Southwest -- The conservation ethic -- Conservation economics -- The Arboretum and the university -- Land pathology -- Coon Valley : an adventure in cooperative conservation, why the Wilderness Society? -- Wilderness ("To an American conservationist ... ") -- Wilderness ("The two great cultural advances ... ") -- Threatened species -- Naturschutz in Germany -- Conservationist in Mexico -- Conservation blueprints -- Engineering and conservation -- Natural history, the forgotten science -- A survey of conservation -- The farmer as a conservationist -- A biotic view of land -- Lakes in relation to terrestrial life patterns -- Wilderness as a land laboratory -- Yet come June -- The Round River : a parable of conservation -- The Grizzly : a problem in land planning -- The role of wildlife in a liberal education -- The last stand -- Land-use and democracy -- The prairie : The forgotten flora -- What is a weed? -- Post-war prospects -- Conservation : in whole or in part? -- The outlook for farm wildlife -- The land-health concept and conservation -- Scarcity values in conservation -- Deadening -- Wherefore wildlife ecology? -- The ecological conscience -- The deer swatch -- [3] Selected Journals -- "Gettin' ganders on the Rio" -- The delta Colorado -- Canada, 1924 -- Fish Lake -- Canada, 1925 -- Reunion -- Red Fox Day -- Current river trip -- Gila trip -- Second Gila trip -- 1936 Mexico trip -- from Shack Journals, 1935-1948 -- [4] Selected letters
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
Special commemorative ed.
Extent
xv, 931 pages
Isbn
9781598532067
Lccn
2012948207
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)796756009
  • (OCoLC)ocn796756009
  • 927178

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