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How to Catch a Mole

by Matt Sutherland

Quantum physics recognizes that electrons behave differently when under observation—to be, or not to be a wave or a particle, depending on whether it’s being observed. And nature writing presents a similar situation because nature... Read More

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Late Migrations

by Meredith Grahl Counts

The short, potent essays of Margaret Renkl’s Late Migrations: A Natural History of Love and Loss are objects as worthy of marvel and study as the birds and other creatures they observe. Linked stories concentrate on Renkl’s family,... Read More

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Vanishing Fish

by Barry Silverstein

Daniel Pauly’s "Vanishing Fish" is an important collection of essays that evaluates the far-reaching effects of global fisheries. Assembling into one volume the numerous pieces he wrote over a twenty-plus year period, Pauly—a... Read More

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The Salmon Way

by Matt Sutherland

The noble Pacific salmon—born in freshwater, coming of age in the ocean, back to streams and rivers to spawn and die—is so integral to the Alaskan psyche as to be family. In the broad expanses of our forty-ninth state, the return of... Read More

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The Flower Fix

by Karen Rigby

A study in living at a slower pace, Anna Potter’s gorgeous coffee table guide "The Flower Fix" uses floral arrangements to revive interiors and soothe the spirit. Potter takes an instinctive, organic approach that encourages... Read More

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Ocean Outbreak

by Barry Silverstein

Drew Harvell’s "Ocean Outbreak" is an engaging, eye-opening report on the diseases affecting the health of the ocean. The world’s warming waters precipitate marine disease, and Harvell—relying on her own knowledge and timely... Read More

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