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The lens of time: A repeat photography of landscape change in the Canadian Rockies

  • Price, M. F.

Repeat photography has proven to be a valuable, reliable and accessible methodology for evaluating and illustrating changes in landscapes over time. Ecologists often use the techniques as a complimentary tool for quantative research, providing a historical context for current findings, while historical images are a key source of information for historians.  Written by an ecologist and a historian, both of whom have lived in the town of Banff for decades, The Lens of Time brings together these two perspectives. The photographs in the book span a period from the 1870s to the present decade; the majority are presented in pairs (more or less) the same view to permit comparison.

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    Reviewed: Cliff White, E.J. (Ted) Hart. Calgary, Canada. University of Calgary Press. 2007. In Mountain Research and Development 30(1):61-61. http://www.bioone.org/doi/pdf/10.1659/mrd.mm064