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Flannery Tim. Год: 2018. ISBN 13: 9781925626902.

In Europe: A Natural History, world-renowned scientist, explorer, and conservationist Tim Flannery applies the eloquent interdisciplinary approach he used in his ecological histories of Australia and North America to the story of Europe

In Europe: A Natural History, world-renowned scientist, explorer, and conservationist Tim Flannery applies the eloquent interdisciplinary approach he used in his ecological histories of Australia and North America to the story of Europe. He begins 100 million years ago, when the continents of Asia, North America, and Africa interacted to create an island archipelago that would later become the Europe we know today. It was on these ancient tropical lands that the first distinctly European organisms evolved.

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Tim Flannery, Roger Martin and Alexandra Szalay. 1996) Tree Kangaroos: a Curious Natural History. Tim Flannery (1998), Throwim Way Leg: An Adventure. John A. Long, Michael Archer, Tim Flannery and Suzanne Hand (2002), Prehistoric Mammals of Australia and New Guinea: One Hundred Million Years of Evolution, Johns Hopkins Press. ISBN 978-0-801872-23-5). Tim Flannery (2018), Europe: A Natural History, Text Publishing, ISBN 9781925603941.

Overview: A science writer explains the significance of Stephen Hawking's work-in terms all of us can understand. Stephen Hawking was one of the most important astrophysicists of the last fifty years. After the publication of A Brief History of Time, he became an international celebrity. Though the book sold in the millions, few readers really grasped the significance of his groundbreaking work.

Tim Flannery is a prolific, versatile, and renowned scientist with experience in mammalogy, paleontology and environmental science

Tim Flannery is a prolific, versatile, and renowned scientist with experience in mammalogy, paleontology and environmental science. Sir David Attenborough described him as being "in the league of all-time great explorers.

Born in Melbourne in 1956, Tim Flannery is a writer, scientist and explorer. The former director of the South Australian Museum, Flannery spent a year as a professor of Australian studies at Harvard. In 2007 he was named Australian of the Year and in 2011 he was appointed to head the Climate Change Commission established by the Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Библиографические данные. Here on Earth: A Natural History of the Planet. Open Road + Grove/Atlantic, 2011.

Read Europe, by Tim Flannery online on Bookmate – From internationally bestselling author and celebrated scientist Tim Flannery, a history of Europe unlike .

In Europe: A Natural History, world-renowned scientist, explorer, and conservationist Tim Flannery applies the eloquent interdisciplinary approach he used in his ecological histories of Australia and North America to the story of Europe.

Tim Flannery's natural history takes us from the dinosaur's demise 66 million years ago to today Nature Unfolds the dazzling array of climates and ecosystems that have emerged in Europe, along with the resultant species that have evolved in and disseminated across i. .


Europe: A Natural History by Tim Flannery

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Overview:  It is hard to overstate just how unusual Europe was towards the end of the age of the dinosaurs. It was a dynamic island arc whose individual landmasses were made up of diverse geological types, including ancient continental fragments, raised segments of oceanic crust, and land newly minted by volcanic activity. Yet even at this early stage Europe was exerting a disproportionate influence on the world.
About 100 million years ago, the interaction of three continents—Asia, North America and Africa—formed the tropical island archipelago that would become the Europe of today, a place of exceptional diversity, rapid change and high energy.
Europe: A Natural History is full of surprises. Over the millennia Europe has received countless immigrant species and transformed them. It is where the first coral reefs formed. It was once home to some of the world's largest elephants. And it played a vital role in the evolution of our own species.
When the first modern humans arrived in Europe 40,000 years ago, they began to exert an astonishing influence on the continent's flora and fauna, and now, Europeans lead the way in wildlife restoration—there are more wolves in Europe today than in the USA.
This enthralling ecological history is more than the story of Europe and the Europeans, it will change our understanding of life itself.
Genre:  Non-Fiction > History

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Europe: A Natural History by Tim Flannery .epub