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Nabhan, G. P.
Nabhan, Gary
Nabhan, Gary P.
Nabhan, Gary Paul
ナバーン, ゲイリー・ポール
ナブハン, G. P
ナブハン, ゲイリー・ポール
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Buchmann, Stephen L. (1955(?)-)
Mirocha, Paul
Sheridan, Thomas E.
Southwest Parks and Monuments Association
Terrill, Ceiridwen (1970- ))
Trimble, Stephen (1950-)
University of Arizona
Valenzuela-Zapata, Ana Guadalupe (1963-...)
Wilson, Edward Osborne (1929- ))
田内, しょうこ
Ame no nioi no suru sabaku
Arab/American : landscape, culture, and cuisine in two great deserts
Arizona highways presents desert wildflowers
Canyons of color : Utah's Slickrock Wildlands
Chasing chiles : hot spots along the pepper trail
coming home to eat: the pleasures and politics of local foods
Conservation of plant genetic resources : grassroots efforts in North America
Conserving migratory pollinators and nectar corridors in western North America
conserving migratory pollinators and their corridors in western north america
Counting sheep : twenty ways of seeing desert bighorn
creatures of habitat: poems of creatures, seeds, and their places: with new translations of native american songs.
Cross-pollinations : the marriage of science and poetry
Cultures of Habitat : on nature, culture, and story
Cumin, camels, and caravans : a spice odyssey
Desert legends : re-storying the Sonoran borderlands
desert smells like rain, 1982:, The
desert smells like rain, The : a naturalist in Papago Indian country
Desert terroir : exploring the unique flavors and sundry places of the borderlands
Earth notes : exploring the Southwest's Canyon Country from the airwaves : from the popular KNAU public radio show
Ecological restoration of southwestern Ponderosa pine forests
efrain of the sonoran desert: a lizard’s life among the seri indians
Enduring seeds : native American agriculture and wild plant conservation
et al.
Faith in a seed the dispersion of seeds and other late natural history writings
five ways to value western landscapes
Food, genes, and culture : eating right for your origins
forgotten polinators, The
forgotten pollinators, The
Gathering the desert
geography of childhood, The : why children need wild places
geography of childhood: why children need wild places., the
Growing food in a hotter, drier land : lessons from desert farmers on adapting to climate uncertainty
heritage farming in the southwest borderlands
[http://www.terralingua.org/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2011/01/colorado-plateau.pdf safeguarding the uniqueness of the colorado plateau: an ecoregional assessment of biocultural diversity]
Ironwood : an ecological and cultural keystone of the Sonoran Desert
Karai mono zuki niwa wake ga aru : Bishoku no shinkaron
Papago fields ; arid lands ethnobotany and agricultural ecology
People, plants, and protected areas a guide to in situ management
.&pg=pp1#v=onepage&q&f=false|the desert smells like rain: a naturalist in o'odham county].
plants and protected areas: a guide to in situ management.
renewing america’s food traditions: saving and savoring the continent’s most endangered foods
renewing the food traditions of chile pepper nation
renewing the food traditions of salmon nation
Retracing Nikolay Vavilov's quest to end famine
Saguaro : a view of Saguaro National Monument & the Tucson Basin
Singing the turtles to sea : the Comcáac (Seri) art and science of reptiles
Songbirds, truffles, and wolves : an American naturalist in Italy
Stitching the West back together : conservation of working landscapes
Tequila a natural and cultural history
Togarashi no sakebi : Shoku no kiki saizensen o yuku.
Unnatural landscapes : tracking invasive species
vida norteña, La : photographs of Sonora, Mexico
Watershed writers, nature, and community.
Where our food comes from : retracing Nikolay Vavilov's quest to end famine
where our food comes from: retracing the vavilov through the centers of diversity in his quest to end famine
Why some like it hot : food, genes, and cultural diversity
woodlands in crisis: a legacy of lost biodiversity on the colorado plateau
トウガラシの叫び : 〈食の危機〉最前線をゆく
辛いもの好きにはわけがある : 美食の進化論
Thesis (Ph. D. - Arid Lands Resource Sciences)--University of Arizona, 1983