Geography of Extreme Environments Set by Professor Charles F Gritzner
  

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Geography of Extreme Environments Set by Professor Charles F Gritzner

The engaging Geography of Extreme Environments set transports readers to the far reaches of the globe. This set is packed with full-color photographs, illustrative sidebars, and helpful chronologies to guide students on exciting journeys to the polar world, the deserts, and the tropics. Each title places special emphasis on the people of each region - how they survived, thrived, and contended with outsiders. Readers will also discover how residents of extreme environments interact with their surroundings, what kind of problems they face, and their prospects for the future.

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Format

Hardback
112 pages

Author

Professor Charles F Gritzner
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

1st January 2007

ISBN

9780791094594


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