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Paul MitchinsonSince completing a doctorate in bio-acoustics more than three decades ago, Krause has become one of the world's most outspoken—and unusual—environmentalists. Part anthropologist, part technician, part musician, he lugs his recording equipment around the globe, seeking to capture the vanishing soundscapes of our rapidly changing Earth. If you ever wanted to hear ants sing, beavers cry or corn grow, Krause's your man. His book movingly conveys his anger at the unseen toll that human-generated noise has exacted on the natural world—and why this matters.
—The Washington Post