Gary Paul Nabhan

A MacArthur Fellow and recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Society for Conservation Biology, Gary Paul Nabhan is the Kellogg Chair in Southwest Borderlands Food and Water Security at the University of Arizona, where he is also a research social scientist at the Southwest Center.
Arab/American Arab/American
Arab/American

Arab/American

Landscape, Culture, and Cuisine in Two Great Deserts

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Aridland Springs in North America Aridland Springs in North America
Aridland Springs in North America

Aridland Springs in North America

Ecology and Conservation

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At the Desert's Green Edge At the Desert's Green Edge
At the Desert's Green Edge

At the Desert's Green Edge

An Ethnobotany of the Gila River Pima

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Conserving Migratory Pollinators and Nectar Corridors in Western North America Conserving Migratory Pollinators and Nectar Corridors in Western North America
Conserving Migratory Pollinators and Nectar Corridors in Western North America

Conserving Migratory Pollinators and Nectar Corridors in Western North America

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Counting Sheep Counting Sheep
Counting Sheep

Counting Sheep

Twenty Ways of Seeing Desert Bighorn

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The Desert Smells Like Rain The Desert Smells Like Rain
The Desert Smells Like Rain

The Desert Smells Like Rain

A Naturalist in O'odham Country

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Enduring Seeds Enduring Seeds
Enduring Seeds

Enduring Seeds

Native American Agriculture and Wild Plant Conservation

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Ethnobiology for the Future Ethnobiology for the Future
Ethnobiology for the Future

Ethnobiology for the Future

Linking Cultural and Ecological Diversity

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Gathering the Desert Gathering the Desert
Gathering the Desert

Gathering the Desert

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Last Water on the Devil's Highway Last Water on the Devil's Highway
Last Water on the Devil's Highway

Last Water on the Devil's Highway

A Cultural and Natural History of Tinajas Altas

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