Stretching from central Pennsylvania to southern Virginia, Central Appalachia’s linear ridges, valleys, and dissected plateaus produce a globally significant biodiversity and fascinating adaptations of the region’s plants and animals to their surroundings and to each other. The Central Appalachian Natural History series investigates the region in depth—the development of these natural processes and the myriad details of the resulting flora and fauna, geology, woodlands, and wetlands.
Please send brief book proposals and/or project overviews to:
Series Editor, Central Appalachian Natural History
Rte 1, Box 328
High View, WV 26808