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Antarctica - the last great wilderness
|Statement||Stanley Johnson ; foreword by Sir Peter Scott.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 206 p.|
|Number of Pages||206|
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Antarctica - the world's last great wilderness A warming climate and an ever-expanding commercial fishing industry are threatening Antarctica and its iconic creatures. Tue May 22 Antarctica is the last great wilderness. The vast continent - nearly twice the size of Australia - and its surrounding seas, are shaped by cold and wind, ice and snow. The book describes the physical environment and wildlife of Antarctica and the subantarctic, the 'heroic' and modern era of Australia's exploration of the continent.
Antarctica is a place of extraordinary natural beauty that calls to many travelers. It is arguably the world’s last great wilderness, providing travelers with a unique opportunity to experience genuine pristine wildness. And it is arguably threatened due to climate change, providing an urgent mission. Though hostile it is acknowledged as the world's last great wilderness and has fascinated scientists, photographers and geologists alike for many years. This book contains some of the most sensational photos of snowy landscapes, frozen bays, floes - of the severe and rough Antarctica.5/5(2).
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This is the story of Antarctica, the last great wilderness on earth. Isolated by ice, wind and the wild seas of the Southern Ocean, it is the world's most pristine environment, a region of spectacular natural beauty that is home, despite extreme weather conditions, to an astonishing diversity of wildlife/5.
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Publication date Topics Reading level O, Antarctica Publisher Crystal Lake, IL: Rigby Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin FoundationPages: Antarctica: the last great wilderness / Stanley Johnson ; foreword by Sir Peter Scott.
Antarctica is the last great wilderness on Earth, far away from the troubles of modern civilisation thousands of miles away. However, the effects of Global Warming are beginning to change that beautiful landscape that has remained isolated from human interference for thousands of years – no evidence of an indigenous species has ever been uncovered in Antarctica.
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This guide that is packed with color photos, wildlife descriptions and detailed area maps of the Antarctic Peninsula, Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the Ross : Amanda Zeisset.
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The Antarctic is the last continent: the last to be discovered, the last great wilderness and the last to be mapped – making it arguably the least known place on Earth.
Get this from a library. Antarctica: the last great wilderness. [Stanley Johnson]. Antarctica: The Last Great Wilderness. Posted on by David Fishman under Post-Expedition My first glimpse of Antarctica came suddenly, towering high above me, after miles sailing through the Drake Passage — a stormy body of water that separates South America and the Antarctic continent.
14 million square kilometers of ice one. Antarctica the last great wilderness. Port Melbourne, Vic: Heinemann Library. MLA Citation. Tulloch, Coral. Antarctica the last great wilderness / Coral Tulloch Heinemann Library Port Melbourne, Vic Australian/Harvard Citation.
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"Antarctica the last true wilderness" Published by User, 20 years ago Once in a long while a book comes along that can leave such an impression on a person, such a new perspective on a whole continent, such a feeling for the characters in the book, you'll forget what was life 5/5(5).
Read my new book, Antarctic Youth Ambassador: protecting the last great wilderness on earth. Journey with me from finding out that I had been chosen as an Antarctic Youth Ambassador, the trials and tribulations of fundraising $20, to making it to the ice and beyond.
Intertwined into the narrative are facts about Antarctica, the Antarctic.In spite of the extreme weather conditions, the coastal areas and surrounding seas of Antarctica are rich in spectacular wildlife, which is why it is known as the last great wilderness.
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