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A Natural History of Belize: Inside the Maya Forest (Corrie Herring Hooks) Hardcover – January 18, 2012
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"Despite its history of disturbance, or maybe in part because of it, the Maya Forest is ranked as an important regional biodiversity hot spot and provides some of the last regional habitats for endangered species such as the jaguar, the scarlet macaw, Baird's tapir, and Morelet's crocodile...A good general introduction to the Chiquibul Forest of Belize." Ian Paulsen, GRRLSCIENTIST hosted by The Guardian, 15th January 2012
About the Author
Samuel Bridgewater is an Associate Researcher with the Natural History Museum, London, and the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. He was formerly Research Station Manager at Las Cuevas in Belize. He is a field botanist, ecologist, and ethnobotanist with more than twenty years’ experience working in Brazil, Peru, and Belize. He has a particular interest in the links between plant use and culture, and coauthored Flora Celtica, a book celebrating the history and contemporary use of plants in Scotland. He currently divides his time between Wester Ross, Scotland, where he coordinates a landscape partnership initiative, and Belize, where he continues to conduct ecological research.
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