304 pp., 6 x 9, 166 color plates., 6 halftones, 7 maps, 1 table, index
Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4696-5495-9
Published: April 2020
Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-4696-5876-6
Published: April 2020
eBook ISBN: 978-1-4696-5496-6
Published: February 2020
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· All you need to plan trips and discover new attractions
· Organized by the state’s Mountain, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain regions
· The 30 adventures spotlight wonderful places to hike, fascinating geological formations to find, animals and plants to observe, and hands-on learning activities
· Explains clearly the scientific processes that made North Carolina the state it is today
· Richly illustrated with photographs, diagrams, and maps; includes an indispensable science glossary
About the Authors
April C. Smith, president of In Situ Explorers, is a former environmental researcher who now enjoys sharing the wonders of science and nature with others.
For more information about April C. Smith, visit the Author Page.
Sarah J. Carrier is associate professor of science education at North Carolina State University.
For more information about Sarah J. Carrier, visit the Author Page.
“Full-color illustrations, photos, maps and diagrams complement lists of resources, and with narrators pointing readers exactly where to look as they daytrip through North Carolina’s natural world, the book becomes a living science book with the emphasis on both excitement and education.”--Mountain Times
“I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book. Taking us on explorations all around the state, Thirty Great North Carolina Science Adventures helps us see and more completely understand the clues that tell fascinating stories about North Carolina’s natural history. I find myself intrigued by new places and absorbing new information about my favorite places. And I’ve made a top-ten list of my next adventures!”--Stephanie B. Jeffries, North Carolina State University
“This book gathers a group of enthusiastic experts who guide readers through a wide range of North Carolina’s natural areas--sharing their knowledge of science and nature, and inspiring self-explorations along the way.”--Mary-Russell Roberson, coauthor of Exploring the Geology of the Carolinas