Davis, Mary Byrd

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DAVIS, Mary Byrd

DAVIS, Mary Byrd. British/American (born Wales), b. 1936. Genres: Environmental sciences/Ecology. Career: Northern Michigan University, Marquette, acquisitions librarian, 1974-75; Georgetown College, KY, assistant librarian for reader services, 1975-78; University of Kentucky Libraries, Lexington, librarian in public and technical service sections, 1978-83; freelance writer, editor, and translator, 1983-; Sierra Club's Energy Report newsletter, editor, 1986-87; Earth First! Journal, Canton, NY, office manager and staff writer, 1990; Wild Earth, Canton, co-founder and publisher 1991-92, associate editor, 1992-; Uranium Enrichment News, editor, 1999-. Publications: NONFICTION: James Elroy Flecker: A Critical Study, 1977; The Military-Civilian Nuclear Link: A Guide to the French Nuclear Industry, 1988; Guide de l'industrie nucleaire francaise: De la mine aux dechets, du reacteur a la bombe, 1988; The Ecologist's Guide to France, 1988; (trans) The Scientific Mission of the Calypso at the Site of French Nuclear Testing on Mururoa, 1989; The Green Guide to France, 1990; (as Mary Dymond Davis) From Walden Pond to Muir Woods: Alternative Ways across America, 1990; Going off the Beaten Path: An Untraditional Travel Guide to the U.S., 1991; Old Growth in the East, 1993; (with B. Barrillot) Les Dechets militaires nucleaires francais, 1994; (ed.) Eastern Old-Growth Forests: Prospects for Rediscovery and Recovery, 1996; La France nucleaire: matieres et sites, 1997, rev. ed., 2002. Contributor of articles, including translations from the French, to periodicals. Address: Yggdrasil Institute, PO Box 131, Georgetown, KY 40324, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]