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The Amazon River Forest: A Natural History of Plants, Animals, and People Hardcover – January 28, 1999

ISBN-13: 978-0195122077 ISBN-10: 0195122070

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"Author Smith is indeed a rainforest expert, but also writes in an engaging manner...This book is recommended very highly because of its unique coverage and slant. Biologists, political scientists, sociologists, and professionals involved in policy making, sustainable development, and saving rainforests will find this book most useful. Good illustrations."--Choice


"[The Amazon River Forest] was a pleasure to read - intriguing, thoughtful, and well balanced."--Sally Adkins, River Network


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Nigel J. H. Smith is at University of Florida, Gainesville.

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