A Naturalist's Guide to the Arctic
Whether planning an arctic journey, doing one, or enjoying memories of one, this book is indispensable. Designed as a compact source of information for those who must limit their load--hikers, kayakers, canoeists, rafters, photographers, and naturalists of all kinds--this guide will ensure that naturalists in the Arctic miss nothing.
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A naturalist's guide to the ArcticUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Pielou (After the Ice Age, LJ 3/1/91) again focuses on the far North in this guide to the natural history of the Arctic. While broader in scope than Bryan Sage's Arctic and Its Wildlife (LJ 4/1/87 ... Read full review
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