Gorgeous full-color photography by award-winning photographer Miguel Ángel de la Cueva, and evocative text by Bruce Berger (Almost an Island, There Was a River), bring the southern half of Baja California to life. Beginning with its unique geology, and moving on to the coastal, desert, and mountain ecosystems of Mexico’s little-known peninsula, this lushly decorated coffee-table book highlights the geology that created this “oasis of stone” and the flora and fauna that are make their homes here.
Author: Paul D. Campbell
The making and use of stone tools by Native Californians followed a pattern from the earliest Stone Age in Africa. It was a universal survival kit surprisingly similar the world …$ 19.95 Add to cart
Field trip stops in Mission Valley, Mt. Soledad, Rose Canyon, Torrey Pines, La Jolla, and Point Loma address topics including earthquakes, landslides, sea cliff erosion, and flood control$ 10.00 Add to cart