The Greenpeace Book of Antarctica: A New View of the Seventh Continent

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Doubleday Religious Publishing Group, 1988 - Nature - 192 pages
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Describes the geography, climate, and wildlife of Antarctica, discusses ice sheets, ice shelves and glaciers, and looks at research being conducted on the continent

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The Greenpeace book of Antarctica: a new view of the seventh continent

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Few of us will ever visit this harsh, remote land, but by reading this book we become armchair travelers, transported by Greenpeace's exquisite photography, artwork, and prose. Many short chapters ... Read full review

Contents

Exploration
13
Birth of a Treaty
114
Impact of Bases
132
Copyright

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John May is a professional advantage player who tours the world beating casinos. He is the author of Baccarat for the Clueless and writes regularly for www.scoblete.com at RGT Online and for The New Chance and Circumstance magazine. He also has his own website - The Card Counters Cafe.

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