Antarctica Epub å Hardcover

Antarctica Epub å Hardcover


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  1. Sportyrod Sportyrod says:

    Fascinating read This book covered all the main topics early exploration science wildlife especially whales seals albatross petrels human impact and lots of photographs of icebergs and ice cliffs Each photo came with some interesting trivia such as the numerous types of ice features and underlying geological feauturesThis book is dated now however many of the key points are still relevant today I would recommend this to anyone who likes polar photography andor an interest in the white continent


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Antarctica [Download] ➹ Antarctica ➾ Mike Lucas – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Although scientists had long believed in the existence of a great southern continent it was not until the early 19th century that land was finally sighted in Antarctica Explorers and scientists began Although scientists had long believed in the existence of a great southern continent it was not until the early th century that land was finally sighted in Antarctica Explorers and scientists began searching the region for seal and whale products minerals and fish and did no small amount of damage But in the Antarctic Treaty dedicated to the preservation of the great ice desert was signed and it has been maintained since by a process of rate international consensus As people become aware of Antarctica's poignant beauty; the opportunity to educate them about its delicate ecosystem becomes crucialThis book provides spectacular photographs of the landscape and the hardy creatures that have adapted to it as well as a history of the continent and a survey of its various regions including the peninsula the ice cap the ice shelves and the outlying islands This book serves as an introduction history and photographic history of this incomparable part of our Earth.

  • Hardcover
  • 160 pages
  • Antarctica
  • Mike Lucas
  • English
  • 14 April 2014
  • 9780896601086