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.S.Forest natural scientistsService, 114 115, 118 common goal, 4moral leadership, Clarence King, 33 ecological interdependence, 178morphology, natural scientists at Woods nineteenth-century geology, 47Hole, MA, 140 141 obligation to society, 190Morrill Act, educational reform, 25, 26 social uses of American biology, 170 171mountain climbing, Robert Marshall, speaking for Earth, 686 88 understanding society, 145 146Mountaineering in the Sierra Nevada, natural selection, Charles Darwin, 26 27,Clarence King, 29, 54, 65 66, 121 57mountains, California Geological Survey natural world, understanding, 36 37charting, 48 natureMount Shasta comparing, to the arts, 92 93understanding mountains and connection with politics, 85sublime, 51 cooperative approach, 178William Henry Brewer, 42, 48 definition, 12Mount Tyndall, King s climb, 59 60 Dewey s concern about human-,Mt.Marshall, Adirondack peak, 107 interaction, 119 120Muir, John gendered analysis, 9 10natural science, 5 intersection of theology and, 109 110theology and nature, 110 John Muir, 110Mumford, Lewis King s approach to, 62 63Dewey critic, 119 120 men and women in study of, 21 22Robert Marshall, 120 national obsession, 80 81urban critic, 134 psychology and, 122 123Murray, William H.H.,  Adirondack science and art, 50romantics, 90 social foundation, 12 13solutions to human problems, 6natural environment nature studyfederal socialism, 125 authors, 149 150, 154 155scientific change for understanding, benefits by Bailey, 14940 41 neurasthenia, Clarence King, 74natural environments, species The New Path, journal, 49, 50relationships, 167 168 New York City, childhood of Robertnatural history, Theodore Roosevelt, 99 100 Marshall, 78 79naturalism, artistic style, 49 New York State College of Forestry, Robertnatural science Marshall, 97 98American adaptability, 5 New York Times Book Review, Under the SeaDarwin and uncertainty within, 56 Wind, 173 174education and women in, 149 150 New York Zoological Society, Carson, 176female contributions, 22 Northern Rocky Mountain Forest Experi-forestry and economy, 127 128 ment Station, Marshall, 115, 116gendered sifting, 59, 62 novels, adventure tales, 77 78geology, 41 nutrition, Carson teaching, 163 164interaction with economics, 110Marshall and forestry, 103 observation, natural study, 53modernism, 74 ocean, wartime investigations, 186practice of doing, 13 14 ocean life, Under the Sea Wind, 173professionalization, 67 68 oceanography, military research, 182social justice, 105 113 oceans, Rachel Carson, 10INDEX 277 Odum, Eugene Marshall debating forest use and,complexity and interdependence, 179 120 121ecosystem dynamics, 171 movement by Louis Marshall, 84 85Olmsted, Frederick Law, Yosemite, 43 Princeton University,On the Origin of Species, Charles Darwin, adding scientific school, 1926, 34, 37 38  Man s Role in Changing the Face of theOregon Trail, Parkman, 29 Earth, 189 190, 201Osborn, Fairfield Principles of Geology, Charles Lyell, 37Bronx Zoo, 167 professionalization, natural science, 68symbiosis between organisms and psychologyenvironments, 168 169 culture and society, 121 122outdoor adventure nature and, 122 123fictional writers, 77 79, 118 public lands, Adirondack Mountains, 82Marshall s interest, 118Stratemeyer s novels, 78 racial equality, Agassiz questioning war, 3outsiders, King, Marshall, and Carson, 7 8 racism, wartime events, 180overcivilization, disease, 79 radial prejudice, RobertOxford University Press, The Sea Around Marshall, 106 107Us, 182 Reader s Digest, Carson, 176reading interests, Marshall, 77 79, 118Pennsylvania College for Women, Carson, Reform Judaism, Marshall, 109139, 154 religion and morality, roleThe People s Forests, Marshall, 132 133 in science, 126photography, Yosemite, 45 religious school, Pennsylvania College forPinchot, Gifford Women, 139, 154famous credo, 120 religious thoughtforestry as agent of social reform, creation, 12125 126 natural order and law, 27governor of Pennsylvania, 116 religious training, Reverend Thomasnatural science and economics, 110 Burnet, 51 52U.S [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]

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