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Yukon wild : natural regions of the Yukon

Yukon wild : natural regions of the Yukon

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0969921934, Paperback)

From the icy expanses of the St. Elias Mountains, east to the white spruce forests of the Liard River, and north to the arctic tundra at the edge of the Beaufort Sea, the Yukon is a land of rich diversity. Twenty-three distinct natural regions shape the lands and waters that are home to wildlife and northern people.

Yukon Wild is a concise, illustrated guide to these natural regions,describing their unique landforms, flora and fauna. Exerpts of writings by different authors highlight how the Yukon wilds stir the spirit of northern peoples. Status reports on conservation and protected areas outline what progress has been made and what remains to be done to protect wildlife habitat and representitive examples of each ecoregion. Featuring an all-new conservation atlas!

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