KEM LUTHER, a naturalist and writer, moved from a home on Ontario’s Grand River to the southern tip of Vancouver Island in 2004. While in Ontario, he was Associate Dean of Sheridan College’s joint program in Communication, Culture, and Information Technology with the University of Toronto. Luther grew up in the Nebraska Sandhills, studied at Cornell, the University of Chicago (PhD), and the University of Toronto (MSc), and taught at Eastern Mennonite University, Sheridan College, York University, and the University of Toronto. He is the author of Cottonwood Roots and The Next Generation Gap.
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In atmospheric science, a boundary layer is the band of air nearest the ground. In the Pacific Northwest, the boundary layer teems with lichens, mosses...