Hobart: Antarctic Division, 1988. Octavo, text illustrations, softcover.
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Scoresby: Five Mile Press, 2008. Quarto, colour photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper. The fate of Antarctica fortells the fate of the Earth. This rivetting collection of photographs and text reveals the true state of our global ecosystem and provides an undeniable and provactive call to action.
Tokyo: National Institute of Polar Research, 1990. Octavo, black and white photographs, other illustrations, light wear wrappers, signature.
Noble Park: Five Mile Press, 2001. Large quarto, laminated boards, slipcase, colour photographs, maps, CD Rom, minor blemishes, otherwise a good copy. This up to date coverage of Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic islands, includes geology and geography, flora and fauna, current scientific research and conservation issues. There are individual species...
Pymble: Simon and Schuster, 2008. Quarto, colour photographs, laminated boards, slipcase. Featuring the sub-Antarctic islands, this book includes geology and geography, flora and fauna, current scientific research, conservation issues and the impact of global warming.
Emerald: Snowgum Press, 2012. Quarto, colour photographs. Fine copy in dustwrapper. This collection of outstanding landscape and wildlife photographs of Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic is the result of six journeys made to these southern lands by David Neilson. This Australian photographer has been the recipient of two Antarctic Arts Fellowships...
Melbourne: Alella Books, 1983. Octavo, photographs, dustwrapper.
Richmond Hill: Firefly Books, 2012. Octavo, colour photographs and illustrations, maps, softcover. This is the ideal guidebook to the wildlife of the Arctic, which is undergoing such a perilous change. Polar expert Richard Sale describes the ecological and human dynamics of the Arctic as a whole, with detailed information about...