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review of science in New Zealand.
|Series||Science review,, no. 3, Science review (Wellington, N.Z.) ;, no. 3.|
|Contributions||New Zealand. Ministry of Research, Science, and Technology.|
|LC Classifications||TX367 .R47 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 61 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||96126466|
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Fight for the Forests Paul Bensemann Potton and Burton, $, ISBN This book is a marvellous chronicle of the people, the campaigns, the sorrows and sacrifices and, ultimately, the achievement to protect New Zealand’s unique publicly owned native forests. The book gets underway with a survey of the ways science is perceived.
It then travels back in history to see how people have raised questions about the world around them. Here we find that natural philosophy, review of science in New Zealand. book love of wisdom about natural things’ (31) is very old indeed, and is inherent to biblical thought and to the mind-set of those.
in New Zealand, as well as some book reviews showing that writing about science in New Zealand is very healthy indeed. As ever, I acknowledge the continued work of everyone on the Council, and all the members who helped out with other roles.
I look forward to a constructive and energising 75 year for the Association. Craig Stevens President. New Zealand Science Review Vol 66 (3) Official Journal of the New Zealand Association of Scientists P O BoxWellington As Science Editor for Te Ara, the online Encyclopedia of New Zealand, fromhe has become interested in writing for the web.
Recent work includes editing and contributing to The Amazing World of James Hector (Awa Press, ) as well as web articles, blog pieces and book reviews. New Zealand's only periodical dedicated to reviewing our books. Launched inthe Peppercorn Press Trust regrets that publication of New Zealand Review of Books Pukapuka Aotearoa ceased with the Summer issue ().
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