R. E. Longton - Science - 1988 - 391 pages
Considers the evolution and adaptions of arctic and antarctic floras and the role of these plants in the vegetation and in the functioning of tundra ecosystems.
Tony Soper - Nature - 2003 - 144 pages
Written by TV naturalist Tony Soper with specially commissioned paintings by the grand-daughter of 'Scott of the Antarctic', this is a beautiful and informative guide.
Gordon Smith - History - 1989 - 128 pages
En overskuelig beskrivelse af Falklandskrigens forløb, bl.a. med 40 kort der viser deployeringen af hær-, flåde- og flystyrker.
Barbara Hodgson - Fiction - 2001 - 282 pages
Armed only with a centuries-old map, some money, and a sailboat, modern-day explorer and natural historian Hippolyte Webb heads off in search of Auroras, a group of islands in ...
Tony Soper - Travel - 1994 - 144 pages
This unique, hardbound color book is a guide to the phenomenal wildlife south of the Antarctic convergence. Authored by a well-known naturalist and lecturer on Antarctica, this ...
Amyr Klink - Biography & Autobiography - 2008 - 260 pages
Amyr Klink, whose sailing exploits have made him a hero in Brazil, tells of his daring circumnavigation below the Antarctic Convergence. Klink relies on methodical planning ...
Norman Emery - Archaeology - 1996 - 218 pages
St Kilda, Britain's remotest island group, has for centuries filled visitors with awe and amazement. Only in the past decade has there been a concerted attempt tp learn of the ...