Distinguished paleoecologist David Burney tells the intriguing tale of his work at one of the world's richest fossil sites and the profound implications his findings reveal about the environmental future of the planet.
David A Burney is the director of conservation at the National Tropical Botanical garden in Kalaheo, Hawaii. He was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2006 to write this book on his work at Makauwahi Cave on Kaua'i.
Written by David A Burney
198 Pages, Softbound