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Last Stand of the Red Spruce
by Robert A. Mello
Island Press, 1988
eISBN: 978-1-61091-283-9 | Paper: 978-0-933280-37-3
Library of Congress Classification SB608.R33M45 1987
Dewey Decimal Classification 363.7386

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Here is a vitally important book for anyone who is concerned with acid rain and the fate of our forests. In his fascinating investigation into the decline of the red spruce on Camel Hump in Vermont, Robert A. Mello explores an ecological mystery. He presents, in clear, concise, non-technical language, both sides of an issue which has split the scientific community.Last Stand of the Red Spruce tells us the the time is long past-due to take action on acid rain. Mello urges pressure for legislation to preserve our health and warns us that we can no longer be complacent.

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