- Author:Dorothy Hinshaw Patent
- Publisher:Enslow Pub Inc (July 1, 1991)
- Subcategory:Education & Reference
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by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent. Focuses on the scientific, technological, and social impacts of plant and animal extinction.
by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent. Format:Library Binding.
Find nearly any book by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent (page 3). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Colorful, Captivating Coral Reefs. by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent. ISBN 9780802788627 (978-0-8027-8862-7) Hardcover, Walker Books for Young Readers, 2003.
The Challenge of Extinction book. Challenge of Extinction (Environmental Issues). 0894902687 (ISBN13: 9780894902680).
Dorothy Hinshaw Patent Author. Writes nonfiction trade books for young readers. The book is part of the Scientists in the Field series for ages 10 and up from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. These books help humanize science and scientists and show readers how science is actually done. I had a great time working on the book, especially in visiting Tasmania, a beautiful island state of Australia. Saving the Tasmanian Devil - Dorothy Hinshaw Patent.
Dorothy Hinshaw Patent holds a P. in zoology from the University of California, Berkeley. She lives with her husband in Missoula, Montana. You can learn more about her on her web site: ww. .Start reading The Call of the Osprey (Scientists in the Field Series) on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.
Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw 1940-PERSONAL:Born April 30, 1940, in Rochester, MN; daughter of Horton Corwin (a physician) and Dorothy Kate Hinshaw . The Challenge of Extinction, Enslow (Hillside, NJ), 1991.
Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw 1940-PERSONAL:Born April 30, 1940, in Rochester, MN; daughter of Horton Corwin (a physician) and Dorothy Kate Hinshaw; married Gregory Joseph Patent (a professor of zoology), March 21, 1964; children: David, Jason. Source for information on Patent, Dorothy Hinshaw 1940-: Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series dictionary. Where Food Comes From, photographs by William Munoz, Holiday House (New York, NY), 1991. African Elephants: Giants of the Land, photographs by Oria Douglas-Hamilton, Holiday House, 1991.
Dorothy Hinshaw Patent (born April 30, 1940) is a teacher and author of over 100 children's nonfiction books. She lives in Missoula, Montana. She has received numerous awards for her writing. In 1987, she received the Eva L. Gordon Award from the American Nature Study Society in recognition of her outstanding contribution to science literature for young readers. She received the Washington Post/Children's Book Guild 2004 Nonfiction Award. Works by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent at Library Thing.
Under & Patent discusses the causes of extinction-habitat destruction, killing for profit . While the examples mentioned here are intriguing, the organization of this entry in the & Issues'' series is confusing.
Under & Patent discusses the causes of extinction-habitat destruction, killing for profit, pollution-and then goes on to discuss keynote species, corn that never dies, improving tomatoes, and domesticating the kouprey (a kind of wild ox). Statements like this one lack sources: & of the best examples of why it is to the advantage of humans to keep wild species from disappearing is the discovery of teosinte.
Dorothy Hinshaw Patent, American Author, photographer. Avocations: gardening, racquetball, traveling F C. Recipient Eva L. Gordon award American Nature Study Society, 1986. Member American Institute Biological Sciences, Society Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Authors Guild. Return of the Wolf ) Clarion author Dorothy Hinshaw Patent is well known and highly respected for her natural history books. Return of the Wolf," her first work of fiction, draws on her extensive knowledge of wolf behavior, based on first-hand observation.
Current environmental issues: Our planet earth has a natural environment, known as 'Ecosystem’ which . Crucial environmental issues are no more a blame game.
Current environmental issues: Our planet earth has a natural environment, known as 'Ecosystem’ which includes all humans, plant life, mountains, glaciers, atmosphere, rocks, galaxy, massive oceans and seas. While most of us crib about dirty air, smelly garbage or polluted water, least do we know it is us who is responsible for this unfavorable circumstances leading to cautionary environmental issues. Here are 10 significant current environmental issues, where human beings play an important role in its cause.