Within the last decade, my main scholarly output has been six solo-authored books. All are available through bookstores and online. The first three deal with New England’s historic stone walls. The next two deal with the galaxy of kettle lakes from Maine to Montana, and the most famous one being Walden Pond, in Concord, MA. My last book, a celebration of the bicentennial of Thoreau’s birth, is biography and environmental history.
Link to: The Boatman Walden’s Shore Beyond Walden Exploring Stone Walls Stone by Stone Stone Wall Secrets
Photo: Water exists as vapor, liquid, and solid. Rock can do the same, though not at temperatures we’re familiar with. I wrote about this in a Hartford Courant column (January 14, 2010) about exoplanet CO-RoT-7b.