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A Natural History
The saguaro, with its great size and characteristic shape, has become the emblem of the Sonoran Desert of southwestern Arizona and northwestern Mexico. This book offers a complete natural history of this enduring cactus, the largest and tallest in the United States. From its role in Sonoran Desert ecology, to its adaptations to the desert climate, to its sacred place in Indigenous culture, this book offers a definitive source on a distinguished desert plant.
Hindu Faith and the Political Ecology of Dams on the Sacred Ganga
Race, Identity, and Land Use in Southern California, 1771–1890
Mvskoke Tools of Futurity
Testimonios on Violence
The Embodiment of Risk Along the U.S.-México Line
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