By: Kieran Mulvaney (Author)
286 pages, Maps
Presents an engrossing natural and human history of the two polar regions, telling the story of human interactions with the Arctic and Antarctic from prehistory through centuries of European exploration to more recent issues involving Cold War politics, oil and gas drilling, tourism, and global warming.
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