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P Ball PATTERNS IN NATURE Univ of Chicago press

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Posted 17 May 2016 - 06:58 AM

I am on the email list of a number of US university presses.


this book came up on their general reading catalogue


It is written by a science journalist  who manages to  give a reasonable explanation of patterns occurring in nature over a wide  subject area  animals, birds, fish, rocks, etc,etc


it is not a detailed technical reference book, he has a brief reading list for that


it is meant to provide a reasonable explanation  of things and a whole lot of color photos


it is a lovely book and I would recommended it to anyone who is seeking that kind of book

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