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Featured Research Book: Intangible Natural Heritage

Read about the emerging topic of intangible natural heritage and the importance of human relationships with nature in this new book edited by Eric Dorfman.

A significant advance in the field, Intangible Natural Heritage brings together a wide variety of perspectives on the topic, offering readers a chance to learn about current scholarship and see where the field is heading. Authors from Europe, Asia, Australasia, Britain, and North America, address topics on scales from minute insects to sweeping landscapes.

Find out more about the book.

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