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Natural History of the Antarctic Peninsula. Illustrations by Lucia deLeiris.
by [Antarctic Natural History] Moss, Sanford.

Publisher Information:
Columbia University Press, New York: 1988.

A Near Fine copy with a previous owner name on several preliminary pages in a Near Fine dust jacket. The author provides a highly readable view of the various geologic and biologic extremes that make Antarctica a harsh and compelling continent. Sanford Moss addresses the extreme climate, the ice sheet, the Antarctic convergence of currents and winds, the green plant life,herbivores,fishes, bird-life, and the mammals.

Catalog Stout


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 22666

Price: $45.00

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