The Smithsonian Atlas of the Amazon by Michael Goulding

The Amazon River flows more than 4,000 miles through the world's greatest rainforest, into the Amazon delta, and finally into the Atlantic Ocean. This extraordinary atlas is the first comprehensive view of not only the Amazon River but also its thirteen major tributaries. More than 150 color maps and nearly 300 vivid photographs provide spectacular views of the river and rainforest. Along the way,...
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Naturalists in Paradise: Wallace, Bates and Spruce in the Amazon

One hundred and fifty years ago, the young naturalists Alfred Wallace, Henry Walter Bates, and Richard Spruce were on a journey. Their destination, Amazonia―the world’s largest tropical forest with the greatest river system and richest ecosystem―was then an almost-undiscovered environment to Western explorers and scientists. In "Naturalists in Paradise", Amazon expert John Hemming weaves the...
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Tropical Nature by Adrian Forsyth and Ken Miyata

A classic essays on tropical ecosystems....
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Ayahuasca in My Blood: 25 Years of Medicine Dreaming by Peter Gorman

there is no shortage of books and websites devoted to ayahuasca, but journalist Gorman knows his stuff....
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Naturalists in Paradise: Wallace, Bates and Spruce in the Amazon

One hundred and fifty years ago, the young naturalists Alfred Wallace, Henry Walter Bates, and Richard Spruce were on a journey. Their destination, Amazonia―the world’s largest tropical forest with the greatest river system and richest ecosystem―was then an almost-undiscovered environment to Western explorers and scientists. In "Naturalists in Paradise", Amazon expert John Hemming weaves ...
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