Edited By: R Burton
256 pages, Col photos, col illus, col maps
This captivating volume reviews the distribution of the last natural reguges around the world and explains why they are vital for the health of our planet. It traces the process of global destruction from early historic times through its accelaration since World War II, and evaluates the steps that have been, and are being, taken to conserve and protect the world's fragile ecosystems. The book encompasses every region of the world.
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