Wildstream: A Natural History of the Free Flowing River by Thomas F. Waters

Wildstream: A Natural History of the Free Flowing River
ISBN 0963761617
  • Author:
    Thomas F. Waters
  • Title:
    Wildstream: A Natural History of the Free Flowing River
  • Category:
  • Subcategory:
    Nature & Ecology
  • ISBN13:
    978-0963761613
  • Publisher:
    Riparian Pr; 1st edition (May 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    607
  • Size PDF version
    1587 kb
  • Size FB2 version
    1701 kb
  • Size EPUB version
    1666 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    543
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Waters, a river scientist, fly fisher, paddler and fisheries professor, emeritus, at the U. of Minnesota, offers a readable examination of the complex life of rivers, intended for hikers, artists, photographers, and river advocates. Discussion of particular river systems around the US and the many species that inhabit these ecosystems reveals larger issues of ecological order, biodiversity, river dynamics, life on the river bottom, fish, and other subjects. A glossary defines technical terms. B&w illustrations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)


ℓo√ﻉ
i am so glad i have this book.... it really helps me to understand the Eco systems of Rivers.. in very down to earth language :)
Tar
"Wildstream", an up to date, thorough volume of the natural history of streams and rivers, is colorfully and articulately written by Dr. Thomas F. Waters, professor emeritus of the University of Minnesota.
Clearly a lifetime of work exhibits here his passion for understanding the history of the free flowing river and his passion for preserving natural resources. He has gone beyond his calling as a scientist, biologist, naturalist, writer, teacher ... and has proven his expertise by now sharing this wealth of knowledge with others.
This book is for all who appreciate the beauty of the river and desire to quench their thirst for understanding those "lovely living silver strands we call rivers"
Bloodfire
This is a great book. If you go to the Riparian Press at the Rivers Council of Minnesota you can get it for only $22 and you can support the cause for which it was written. There are other good resources there too.
Faezahn
I reviewed this book before and the rating is wrong. It should be 5 Stars.