Bill Belleville

Bill BellevilleWebsite: Bill Belleville
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Current Residence: Sanford, FL
Setting: Various
Genre: Non-Fiction, Environment, St. John's River





Bill Belleville (1945-) is a journalist who writes about travel, adventure, and environmental topics. Belleville has also produced film documentaries on water ecosystems in Florida. He lives in Sanford, FL.

Salvaging the Real Florida by Bill BellevilleLosing It All to Sprawl by Bill BellevilleSunken Cities, Sacred Cenotes and Golden Sharks by Bill BellevilleRiver of Lakes by Bill BellevilleRediscovering Rawlings, a river and time by Bill Belleville

Book List
Salvaging the Real Florida: Lost and Found in the State of Dreams (2011)
Rediscovering Rawlings, a River and Time: The Making of In Marjorie's Wake on Florida's St. Johns River (2008)
Losing it all to sprawl : how progress ate my cracker landscape (2006)
Sunken cities, sacred cenotes & golden sharks : travels of a water-bound adventurer (2004)
River of Lakes: A Journey on Florida's St. Johns River (2000)
Deep Cuba: The Inside Story of an American Oceanographic Expedition (2002)

See Bill Belleville books with a Florida setting.
See also It Takes Place in Florida: Science.

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