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Antarctica and the Arctic Circle: A Geographic Encyclopedia by Andrew Hund

By Andrew Hund

This one-stop reference is an ideal source for a person attracted to the North and South Poles, no matter if their curiosity pertains to background, flora and fauna, or the geography of those areas within the information today.

• Introduces ordinary phenomena and wildlife stumbled on on the North and South Pole regions

• Discusses present matters with regards to weather switch and its influence at the polar regions

• Furnishes scholars with an realizing of territorial claims and political matters surrounding the North and South Poles

• comprises cross-references to allow readers to attract connections among topics

• bargains extra readings on the finish of every access in addition to a advisor to similar issues to stimulate scholar research

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