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Islands Beyond the Horizon: The Life of Twenty of the World's Most…

by Roger Lovegrove

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0199606498, Hardcover)

An engagingly illustrated look at twenty of the most remote islands in the world, blending history with an insightful account of the ecology of these farflung places.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:05 -0400)

Lovegrove takes the reader on a journey to twenty of the most remote, remarkable place on Earth, from the stark volcanic rock of Jan Mayen Island to the vibrant tropical sands of Guam and the ice-choked Arctic waters of Halfmoon Island. He shows how each island has its own remarkable wildlife and unique, self-contained habitat, and then discusses the impact of mankind on these fragile ecosystems.… (more)

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