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The Resource The best American science and nature writing 2019, edited and with an introduction by Sy Montgomery ; Jaime Green, series editor

The best American science and nature writing 2019, edited and with an introduction by Sy Montgomery ; Jaime Green, series editor

Label
The best American science and nature writing 2019
Title
The best American science and nature writing 2019
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introduction by Sy Montgomery ; Jaime Green, series editor
Contributor
Author
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
NjBwBT
Dewey number
810.8/036
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN6071.S3
LC item number
B46 2019
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1983-
  • 1957 June 9-
  • 1982-
  • 1981-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Montgomery, Sy
  • Boyle, Rebecca
  • Brannen, Peter
  • Goldfarb, Ben
  • Greenberg, Gary
  • Holland, Eva
  • Jarvis, Brooke
  • McKibben, Bill
  • Mead, Rebecca
  • Villarosa, Linda
  • Yong, Ed
Series statement
The best American series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Science
  • Nature
Target audience
adult
Label
The best American science and nature writing 2019, edited and with an introduction by Sy Montgomery ; Jaime Green, series editor
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • This sand is your sand (from Outside)
  • Chris Colin
  • The brain, reimagined (from Scientific American)
  • Dougals Fox
  • Little golden flower-room: on wild places and intimacy (from The Millions)
  • Conor Gearin
  • The endling: watching a species vanish in real time (from Pacific Standard)
  • Ben Goldfarb
  • What if the placebo effect is not a trick? (from The New York Times Magazine)
  • Gary Greenberg
  • Foreword
  • The great rhino U-turn (from Mongabay)
  • Jeremy Hance
  • The fading star: a constellation (from Lapham's Quarterly)
  • Holly Haworth
  • Saving baby boy green (from Wired)
  • Eva Holland
  • The fire at Eagle Creek (from Topic)
  • Apricot Irving
  • Deleting a species (from Pacific Standard)
  • Rowan Jacobsen
  • Introduction
  • The insect apocalypse is here (from The New York Times Magazine)
  • Brooke Jarvis
  • No heart, no moon (from The Southern Review)
  • Matt Jones
  • The scientific detectives probing the secrets of ancient oracles (from Atlas Obscura)
  • Kevin Krajick
  • Your really don't want to know what it's like to be a right whale these days (from Atlantic)
  • J. B. MacKinnon
  • How extreme weather is shrinking the planet (from The New Yorker)
  • Bill McKibben
  • A compassionate substance (from Lapham's Quarterly)
  • The story of a face (from The New Yorker)
  • Rebecca Mead
  • How to not die in America (from Splinter)
  • Molly Osberg
  • Why paper jams persist (from The New Yorker)
  • Joshua Rothman
  • The professor of horrible deeds (from The Chronicle of Higher Education)
  • Jordan Michael Smith
  • Welcome to the center of the universe (from Longreads)
  • Shannon Stirone
  • Philip Ball
  • The hidden toll: why are black mothers and babies in the United States dying at more than double the rate of white mothers and babies? The answer has everything to do with the lived experience of being a black woman in America (from The New York Times Magazine)
  • Linda Vilarosa
  • When the next plague hits (from The Atlantic)
  • Ed Yong
  • Paper trails: living and dying with fragmented medical records (from Undark)
  • Ilana Yurkiewicz
  • The search for alien life begins in earth's oldest desert (from The Atlantic)
  • Rebecca Boyle
  • Glimpses of a mass extinction in modern-day western New York (from The New Yorker)
  • Peter Brannen
Control code
on1120772307
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xix, 361 pages
Isbn
9781328519009
Lccn
bl2019028222
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)1120772307
Label
The best American science and nature writing 2019, edited and with an introduction by Sy Montgomery ; Jaime Green, series editor
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • This sand is your sand (from Outside)
  • Chris Colin
  • The brain, reimagined (from Scientific American)
  • Dougals Fox
  • Little golden flower-room: on wild places and intimacy (from The Millions)
  • Conor Gearin
  • The endling: watching a species vanish in real time (from Pacific Standard)
  • Ben Goldfarb
  • What if the placebo effect is not a trick? (from The New York Times Magazine)
  • Gary Greenberg
  • Foreword
  • The great rhino U-turn (from Mongabay)
  • Jeremy Hance
  • The fading star: a constellation (from Lapham's Quarterly)
  • Holly Haworth
  • Saving baby boy green (from Wired)
  • Eva Holland
  • The fire at Eagle Creek (from Topic)
  • Apricot Irving
  • Deleting a species (from Pacific Standard)
  • Rowan Jacobsen
  • Introduction
  • The insect apocalypse is here (from The New York Times Magazine)
  • Brooke Jarvis
  • No heart, no moon (from The Southern Review)
  • Matt Jones
  • The scientific detectives probing the secrets of ancient oracles (from Atlas Obscura)
  • Kevin Krajick
  • Your really don't want to know what it's like to be a right whale these days (from Atlantic)
  • J. B. MacKinnon
  • How extreme weather is shrinking the planet (from The New Yorker)
  • Bill McKibben
  • A compassionate substance (from Lapham's Quarterly)
  • The story of a face (from The New Yorker)
  • Rebecca Mead
  • How to not die in America (from Splinter)
  • Molly Osberg
  • Why paper jams persist (from The New Yorker)
  • Joshua Rothman
  • The professor of horrible deeds (from The Chronicle of Higher Education)
  • Jordan Michael Smith
  • Welcome to the center of the universe (from Longreads)
  • Shannon Stirone
  • Philip Ball
  • The hidden toll: why are black mothers and babies in the United States dying at more than double the rate of white mothers and babies? The answer has everything to do with the lived experience of being a black woman in America (from The New York Times Magazine)
  • Linda Vilarosa
  • When the next plague hits (from The Atlantic)
  • Ed Yong
  • Paper trails: living and dying with fragmented medical records (from Undark)
  • Ilana Yurkiewicz
  • The search for alien life begins in earth's oldest desert (from The Atlantic)
  • Rebecca Boyle
  • Glimpses of a mass extinction in modern-day western New York (from The New Yorker)
  • Peter Brannen
Control code
on1120772307
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
xix, 361 pages
Isbn
9781328519009
Lccn
bl2019028222
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)1120772307

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