By Alex Huryn,John Hobbie
This booklet is a accomplished consultant to the ordinary heritage of the North Slope, the one arctic tundra within the usa. the 1st part presents targeted details on weather, geology, landforms, and ecology. the second one presents a consultant to the identity and average heritage of the typical animals and crops and a primer at the human prehistory of the quarter from the Pleistocene during the mid-twentieth century. The appendix presents the framework for a travel of the usual heritage gains alongside the Dalton street, a street connecting the crest of the Brooks diversity with Prudhoe Bay and the Arctic Ocean, and contains mile markers the place tourists could properly pull off to view geologic formations, crops, birds, mammals, and fish. that includes hundreds and hundreds of illustrations that help the transparent, authoritative textual content, Land of Extremes unearths the arctic tundra as an environment teeming with life.
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Land of Extremes: A Natural History of the Arctic North Slope of Alaska by Alex Huryn,John Hobbie