Dying of the Trees by Charles E. Little
The Pandemic in America's Forests

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An environmentalist examines loss of trees in every part of the country from New England to California; human-created causes including acid rain, ozone, ultraviolet rays, and clear-cutting; and responses or lack of responses from scientists, government, and citizens. Tour.

About Charles E. Little

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John L. Berger has served as a consultant to the National Research Council of the National Academy of Science and to the Office of Technology Assessment of the U.S. Congress. He has also taught at the University of San Francisco and the University of Maryland. He is also the author of "Restoring the Earth," "Charging Ahead," and "Beating the Heat," 
Published August 1, 1995 by Viking Adult. 288 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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internal combustion engines permanently remove sugar maples from the woods (not to mention maple syrup from the breakfast table).

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According to PW, this study of America's dwindling forests ""should alter the way we think about our relationship to the natural world."" (Apr.)

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