eBook Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska's Tongass Rain Forest download
by Ray Troll,Amy Gulick
Author: Ray Troll,Amy Gulick
Publisher: Braided River; First Edition edition (February 24, 2010)
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This is a beautiful book of the Tongass Rainforest in Alaska. I wish I had read it before my Alaska trip.
This is a beautiful book of the Tongass Rainforest in Alaska. But it was a beautiful book to remember Alaska.
Bibliographic Details. Title: Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska's. Publisher: Braided River, Seattle, Washington. The recipient of an Independent Publisher Book Award and two Nautilus Book Awards, Salmon in the Trees tells the story of the Tongass, a 17 million-acre temperate rain forest fringing the coastal panhandle of Alaska and covering thousands of islands in the Alexander Archipelago. With some of the world's highest densities of grizzly bears, black bears, and bald eagles, the Tongass National Forest is a place that time hasn't quite caught up to yet.
Salmon in the Trees book. Photographer Amy Gulick writes, "We need the Tongass (National Forest in southeastern Alaska, the largest national forest in the United States at 17 million acres), if for no other reason than to connect us to the world as we once knew ourselves. She pictures waterways with salmon so thick you could walk across to the other side. A hydrologist for the . Forest Service, "hired a crew and they restored the creek to its historica As a kid I devoured exciting adventure and picture books like this.
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Alaska salmon will be visiting Washington . English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español. 13 June ·. Love seeing the message of Salmon in the Trees as mainstream knowledge in the great salmon forests of the . Forest Service - Tongass National Forest.
Amy Gulick in her book Salmon in the trees: Life in Alaska’s Tongass Rain Forest take. Amy writes : Streams like this one, that draw from the mossy wet ‘sponge’ of the rain forest, flow more evenly, more dependably. Shade helps stabilize and cool stream temperatures. Fallen logs form pools and eddies that break the current, giving rest and shelter to small fish, and - when channels flow hard with the swell of flooding rains - protecting the juveniles from getting prematurely swept seaward.
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In the Tongass National Forest of Alaska, wild salmon provide food for many different species
In the Tongass National Forest of Alaska, wild salmon provide food for many different species. Due to the abundance of salmon, the Tongass boasts the world’s highest nesting density of bald eagles, as well as some of the world’s highest densities of both brown and black bears. Gulick’s work on Salmon in the Trees inspired her current project, which focuses on the major salmon-producing regions of Alaska and explores the relationship between the salmon and the people who live in those areas.