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  1. 1 de oct. de 1995 · Acclaimed by critics who likened it to Coming Into the Country by John McPhee and Rachel Carson's Silent Spring, Mountain in the Clouds has become a classic of natural history. As the struggle to protect Northwest salmon runs and the urgency of the fight against environmental deterioration escalates, Mountain in the Clouds remains an ...

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    • Bruce Brown
    • $25
    • University of Washington Press
  2. In the Mountain in the Cloud is the sixth studio album by American rock band Portugal. The Man. It was recorded over a period of eight months, and produced by John Hill, the band's frontman John Gourley, and Casey Bates. The album was released on July 19, 2011 through Atlantic Records and is Portugal. The Man's major-label debut.

    • Summer 2010 – March 2011
    • John Hill, John Gourley, Casey Bates
    • July 19, 2011
  3. Mountain in the Clouds: A Search for the Wild Salmon. Mountain in the Clouds. : Bruce Brown. ...

    Title
    Mountain In The Clouds: A Sear ...
    Author
    Bruce Brown
    Edition
    illustrated, reprint
    Publisher
    University of Washington Press ...
    • Bruce Brown
    • University of Washington Press, 1995
    • illustrated, reprint
  4. Mountain in the clouds : a search for the wild salmon. An account by a journalist and naturalist of his journeys along the northwest coast in search of Pacific salmon. Describes how exploitation and man's interference has brought them to near extinction.

  5. 1 de ene. de 1982 · Brown, Bruce. 1982. Mountain in the clouds : a search for the wild salmon. Simon & Schuster, New York Purchased at Earthbound Books. $1.00 ISBN: 0-671-49264-0 pbk. Depressing account of the establishment of salmon fish hatcheries and dams, mostly on Washington states' Olympic Peninsula,which resulted in the destruction of natural ...

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    • Paperback
  6. 19 de sept. de 2016 · Not all of this dry, hot weather is due to global climate change. The clouds that envelope the slopes of these mountains are fed by the Gulf of Mexico, 55 kilometers (34 miles) away.