Warsaw: WWF, 2005. Large octavo, paperback, colour photographs, other illustrations.
This book adeptly describes the life after death of trees - an interesting and diverse life it turns out to be. While we humans are used to thinking about dead trees as a hazard or a waste, this book makes a compelling case that dead trees are exactly what many organisms need to complete their life cycle, and that nature rarely wastes anything. Full of interesting facts and figures, the reader will also find alternative viewpoints on forest management and policy which will help shape the future of these very important ecosystems.
Price: $80.00 AU