Rachel Carson: Writer and Environmentalist (Making Their Mark: Women in Science and Medicine) ePub download
by Liza N Burby
- ISBN: 0823950239
- ISBN13: 978-0823950232
- ePub: 1384 kb | FB2: 1352 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Professionals & Academics
- Publisher: PowerKids Press; 1st edition (January 1, 2001)
- Pages: 24
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 315
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I read all of Rachel Carson's books years ago when going to school; they formed my interest in nature and also when .
I read all of Rachel Carson's books years ago when going to school; they formed my interest in nature and also when joining the various environmental groups. It's good to see that over the years women have been brought out into the open to show their involvement with science. 3 people found this helpful. Building a narrative around women with environmental interests before and after Rachel Carson, Musil begins with Susan Cooper, daughter of writer James Fennimore Cooper. Susan, like many women naturalists since, spent much time outdoors using her unique power of observing nature, posing questions, and looking for answers.
Author and environmental scientist, Rachel Carson caused a global . Rachel Carson, writer, scientist, and ecologist. The women of World War II were stone-cold warriors
Author and environmental scientist, Rachel Carson caused a global awakening to environmental awareness with her book "Silent Spring' in 1962 Rachel Carson, writer, scientist, and ecologist. The women of World War II were stone-cold warriors. Much like their male counterparts, women in the Allied countries were clamoring to get in the game from the moment war broke out.
Rachel Carson, American biologist well known for her writings on environmental pollution and the natural . Carson early developed a deep interest in the natural world.
Rachel Carson, American biologist well known for her writings on environmental pollution and the natural history of the sea. She entered Pennsylvania College for Women with the intention of becoming a writer but soon changed her major.
Carson began her career as an aquatic biologist in the . Bureau of Fisheries, and became a full-time nature writer in the 1950s. Her widely praised 1951 bestseller The Sea Around Us won her a . National Book Award, recognition as a gifted writer, and financial security
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Marine biologist, environmentalist and writer Rachel Carson was born on. .Carson first alerted the world about the environmental impact of fertilizers and pesticides
Marine biologist, environmentalist and writer Rachel Carson was born on May 27, 1907, in Springdale, Pennsylvania. Carson first alerted the world about the environmental impact of fertilizers and pesticides. She grew up on a Pennsylvania farm, which gave her a lot of first-hand knowledge of nature and wildlife. She graduated from the Pennsylvania College for Women (now Chatham College) in 1929, and went on to further studies at Johns Hopkins University. Environmental Activism. Rachel Carson taught at the University of Maryland for five years before joining the . Fish and Wildlife Service in 1936.
Silent Spring, biologist Rachel Carson’s book on pesticides still resonates, 50 years after it was first published. That was around the time that Rachel Carson, then manager of what might now be called the communications branch of the federal Fish and Wildlife Service, was becoming concerned about the increasingly indiscriminate use of hloroethane - DDT. Hailed during the war years as the miracle that saved troops from typhus and malaria, DDT was sprayed on crops, forests, cities, even people - and was found in hundreds of consumer products, including supposed ant-repelling kitchen shelf paper.
This book should be required reading both for corporate managers in environmentally sensitive industries and for environmentalists and environmental scientists, who deserve the inspiration of Carson’s finely wrought, passionate prose. With her unique capacity to fuse scientific precision and lyrical power, Rachel Carson introduced a worldwide audience both to the principles of ecology and to their ethical, aesthetic, and spiritual implications.