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The Ice: A Journey to Antarctica (1986)

by Stephen J. Pyne

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Series: Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books

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Stephen Pyne's fascination with Antarctica is the force behind this book on a stark and largely unknown continent. It combines a geophysical examination of the ice with a survey of how one of the most alien landscapes on our planet has shaped and affected man's life on earth throughout the ages.

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Stephen Pyne's fascination with Antarctica is the force behind this book on a stark and largely unknown continent. It combines a geophysical examination of the ice with a survey of how one of the most alien landscapes on our planet has shaped and affected man's life on earth throughout the ages.

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