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by Michael T. Barbour

Free eBook Kenai Catastrophe download ISBN: 0970559321
Author: Michael T. Barbour
Publisher: Old Lind Publishing; First Edition edition (August 1, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 280
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Nature and Ecology
Size MP3: 1587 mb
Size FLAC: 1259 mb
Rating: 4.2
Format: rtf doc azw mbr


Dr The book begins with a hairaising chase through the Florida Everglades before moving on to the Kenai Peninsula.

Michael Barbour is a world renowned aquatic biologist who has written an exciting ecological thriller about an area he knows well. The book begins with a hairaising chase through the Florida Everglades before moving on to the Kenai Peninsula. The protaganist is based on Dr. Barbour himself and the book is full of fascinating characters including some smart, strong and sexy women. The novel is very well written and you will have the time of your life trying to figure out just who are the good guys and who are the bad ones.

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In the wilderness of Alaska, the rich and abundant salmon runs are being damaged at an alarming rate. In the wilderness of Alaska, the rich and abundant salmon runs are being damaged at an alarming rate. Excess sedimentation to the streams of the Kenai Peninsula threatens not only the salmon’s continued existence, but also the multitude of people whose economy is dependent upon the annual salmon spawning runs up the tributaries of the Kenai River.

Michael T. Barbour, Jorrit Gerritsen, Brian D. Snyder, James B. Stribling.

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Michael G. Barbour (born 1942) is a notable California botanist and ecologist. He is a Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Davis

Michael G. He is a Professor Emeritus at the University of California, Davis. His fields of expertise have been in Autecology and synecology of plants and vegetation in stressful environments, including marine strand, tidal salt marsh, vernal pools, warm desert scrub, mixed evergreen forest, oak forest, and montane conifer forest

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Barbour, Michael Thomas was born on September 21, 1947 in Stockbridge, Michigan, United States. Michael Thomas Barbour has been listed as a noteworthy Aquatic ecologist by Marquis Cd. Works. Son of Walter Roy and Mary Lois Barbour. Bachelor of Science, Eastern Michigan . 1970; Master of Science, Eastern Michigan . 1972.

In the wilderness of Alaska, the rich and abundant salmon runs are being damaged at an alarming rate. Excess sedimentation to the streams of the Kenai Peninsula threatens not only the salmon’s continued existence, but also the multitude of people whose economy is dependent upon the annual salmon spawning runs up the tributaries of the Kenai River. The Phoenix Environmental Research Institute (PERI) sends one of its best aquatic biologists, Dr. Chad Gunnings, to investigate this wild corner of North America. When Chad and his associates are attacked at the Anchorage airport by members of the Warrior Society, a native para-military organization, they know that something very secretive is behind the problems in the Kenai. Their adventures take Chad and his colleagues to the site of the Kenai Catastrophe, the site of a 100-year old massacre of an Indian village. What does this catastrophic event have to do with the present-day environmental problems in the Kenai?
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Dr. Michael Barbour is a world renowned aquatic biologist who has written an exciting ecological thriller about an area he knows well. The book begins with a hairaising chase through the Florida Everglades before moving on to the Kenai Peninsula. The protaganist is based on Dr. Barbour himself and the book is full of fascinating characters including some smart, strong and sexy women. The novel is very well written and you will have the time of your life trying to figure out just who are the good guys and who are the bad ones. If you like intelligent adventure stories that add to your knowledge of the world around you, you will love this book.

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I wanted to like this book. I work in the environmental field and I was thrilled to see a book billed as "an environmental mystery." The hero is even an aquatic biologist! And, since I had read a favorable review, I was sure I was in for a good read when I ordered this book.
What a disappointment! If there was ever a book desperately in need of a good editor, it is this one. I can only assume that this book must be of the "self-published" variety. By the end of the second page, I had an overwhelming urge to whip out my red pen so I could correct the grammar and restructure sentences. I do a lot of writing and editing in my job, so perhaps I'm more sensitive to these things, but after 4 chapters I couldn't take it anymore and I put the book in my "donate to the library" pile.
Obviously, because this book has received some 5 star reviews, some people aren't bothered by the technical shortcomings of this publication. But, if bad grammar drives you nuts, stay away from this book.