Amanda Vincent, Diving into the World of Words Dr. Amanda Vincent directs Project Seahorse at the University of British Columbia, conducting research on sustainable use of the world's coastal marine ecosystems. She's this week's summer reader.
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Amanda Vincent, Diving into the World of Words

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Amanda Vincent, Diving into the World of Words

Amanda Vincent, Diving into the World of Words

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Dr. Amanda Vincent's research focuses on the coastal environment. hide caption

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Dr. Amanda Vincent is the director of Project Seahorse at the University of British Columbia, an organization that conducts research on sustainable use of the world's coastal marine ecosystems.

She was able to conserve enough personal energy to put together a list of books she managed to read this summer.

Amanda Vincent's Reading List

The sad tale of the golden spruce is of particular interest to environmental scientists such as Dr. Vincent. hide caption

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Race Against Time, by Stephen Lewis.

The Golden Spruce, by John Vaillant.

The Sewing Circles of Herat, by Christina Lamb.

Rounding the Horn, by Dallas Murphy.

Soul Mountain, by Gao Xingjian.

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