Wade Lee-Smith

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Time To Think Small: How Nimble Environmental Technologies Can Solve the Planet’s Biggest Problems

Myers’s call-to-action and survey of current tech may appeal to environmentally conscious readers.
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How To Speak Whale: A Voyage into the Future of Animal Communication

Environmentalists and general science enthusiasts will enjoy joining Mustill on his quest to understand whales.
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The Creative Lives of Animals

This broad survey of creative animal behavior will appeal to artists of all types and to animal lovers.
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In the Spirit of Wetlands: Reviving Habitat in the Illinois River Watershed

Citizen environmentalists will be encouraged by the variety of approaches used to accomplish ecological and development goals far beyond this north-central Illinois watershed.
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How Fast Did T. rex Run? Unsolved Questions from the Frontiers of Dinosaur Science

An excellent book that shows the opportunities and potential of paleontology as a field for the intellectually curious scientist.
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How the World Really Works: The Science Behind How We Got Here and Where We’re Going

An excellent encapsulation and synthesis of several of Smil’s books from the past decade, offering a realistic assessment for environmentalists, economists, and anyone worried about how humanity will survive the next century.
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The Invisible Siege: The Rise of Coronaviruses and the Search for a Cure

Great for those who want to understand the science of fighting pandemics while trying to avoid conspiracy theories and politicization.
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Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist

A biological view of human sex differences that could have more explicitly engaged sociology and gender studies but opens much room for discussion.
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The Man from the Future: The Visionary Life of John von Neumann

This new biography may increase awareness and even appreciation of von Neumann’s genius, if not admiration beyond mathematicians and computer engineers.
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