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Europe: A Natural History From Internationally Bestselling Author And Celebrated Scientist Tim Flannery, A History Of Europe Unlike Any Before An Ecological Account Of The Land Itself And The Forces Shaping Life On It In Europe A Natural History, World Renowned Scientist, Explorer, And Conservationist Tim Flannery Applies The Eloquent Interdisciplinary Approach He Used In His Ecological Histories Of Australia And North America To The Story Of Europe He Begins Million Years Ago, When The Continents Of Asia, North America, And Africa Interacted To Create An Island Archipelago That Would Later Become The Europe We Know Today It Was On These Ancient Tropical Lands That The First Distinctly European Organisms Evolved Flannery Teaches Us About Europe S Midwife Toad, Which Has Endured Since The Continent S Beginning, While Elephants, Crocodiles, And Giant Sharks Have Come And Gone He Explores The Monumental Changes Wrought By The Devastating Comet Strike And Shows How Rapid Atmospheric Shifts Transformed The European Archipelago Into A Single Landmass During The EoceneAs The Story Moves Through Millions Of Years Of Evolutionary History, Flannery Eventually Turns To Our Own Species, Describing The Immense Impact Humans Had On The Continent S Flora And Fauna Within , Years Of Our Arrival In Europe, The Woolly Rhino, The Cave Bear, And The Giant Elk, Among Others, Would Disappear Completely The Story Continues Right Up To The Present, As Flannery Describes Europe S Leading Role In Wildlife Restoration, And Then Looks Ahead To Ponder The Continent S Future With Advancements In Gene Editing Technology, European Scientists Are Working To Recreate Some Of The Continent S Lost Creatures, Such As The Great Ox Of Europe S Primeval Forests And Even The Woolly MammothWritten With Flannery S Characteristic Combination Of Elegant Prose And Scientific Expertise, Europe A Natural History Narrates The Dramatic Natural History And Dynamic Evolution Of One Of The Most Influential Places On Earth [PDF / Epub] ☉ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) Author Ellen A. 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About the Author: Tim Flannery

Tim Flannery is one of Australia s leading thinkers and writers.An internationally acclaimed scientist, explorer and conservationist, he has published than 130 peer reviewed scientific papers and many books His books include the landmark works The Future Eaters and The Weather Makers, which has been translated into than 20 languages and in 2006 won the NSW Premiers Literary Prizes for B



10 thoughts on “Europe: A Natural History

  1. says:

    Europe A Natural History is a non fiction book by Australian scientist, explorer and conservationist, Tim Flannery In his introduction he says he aims to answer three great questions How was Europe formed How was its extraordinary history discovered And why did Europe come


  2. says:

    I felt some connection with this fascinating treatise into what made and makes Europe from a natural history, geographic, fauna and impact of man perspective I read this book while in the Flinders Ranges where some of the rocks are 500 million years old so matched the timespan incl


  3. says:

    I received an e book copy of this title from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion Thank you Tim Flannery s Europe describes the natural story of the European continent in its many senses There is the geological history, the history of biological life of both flora a


  4. says:

    What a fun book We emerge from a time machine to see islands where today there is a massive continent Some parts of the land host dinosaurs, made smaller by islandisation, and leather winged avians grown bigger for the same reason, like the moa other parts are mountains composed of sea snail shells


  5. says:

    42nd book for 2019.A remarkably ambitious environmental history of Europe covering a period of time when miniature dinosaurs lived on islands in Transylvania till the present day A very enjoyable and well written book.5 stars.


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    Europe A Natural History , 100 , , , , , , , .


  7. says:

    Fascinating Very well researched with some very current findings Amazing amounts of changes


  8. says:

    As a broad overview of the natural history of a continent, this book is excellent I read a lot of books similar to this or books that touch on some aspect of the geology of Europe or palaeontological discoveries in Europe but I have learned only bits and pieces along the way.My favorite parts are the early beginnings of Europe as an a


  9. says:

    From fossils to the futureStarting roughly 100 million years ago, Flannery sets out to tell the story of Europe how it formed, the species that have lived, survived or become extinct in it, the rise of humanity, and the possible future impacts of our current galloping climate change Along the way, he tells us of the many men and women who have


  10. says:

    I think this is the first time I ve ever given a book 5 stars, but this one is worth it It crams 100 million years of evolution and geological change into a few hundred pages, but still makes you feel that it s been quite a journey I didn t realise that Europe was a fragmented collection of islands and archipelagos until a few tens of millions of years


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