This one-stop reference is an ideal source for someone attracted to the North and South Poles, no matter if their curiosity pertains to background, natural world, or the geography of those areas within the information today.
• 2 volumes
• Introduces common phenomena and wildlife discovered on the North and South Pole regions
• Discusses present issues on the topic of weather switch and its impression at the polar regions
• Furnishes scholars with an figuring out of territorial claims and political concerns surrounding the North and South Poles
• comprises cross-references to let readers to attract connections among topics
• bargains extra readings on the finish of every access in addition to a advisor to similar subject matters to stimulate scholar examine
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