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Antarctica A Bird's-Eye View

Art / Photobook New
By: Michelle Sole(Author), Tom Hart(Author)
128 pages, colour photos
NHBS
A compact coffee table book with drone and other photography of penguins on Antarctica.
Antarctica
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  • Antarctica ISBN: 9781399961646 Hardback Oct 2023 In stock
    £24.99
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Format: Hardback

Pages: 128 including colour images

 

This photographic book offers a unique view of Antarctica from above, complemented by images from the ground. Aerial photography in Antarctica is in its infancy and drones may only be flown with a scientific or commercial license. A number of the drone photographs have been taken primarily for penguin surveys by researchers from the Penguin Watch group at Oxford and Oxford Brooks University. The captions and text touch on wildlife and conservation in Antarctica. The publisher will donate 25% of the profits from the sale of the book to Penguin Watch to support their ongoing research on penguins and climate change in Antarctica.

 

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Contents

- Introduction   3
- Icy Waters   5
- Colours and Patterns   33
- Life in landscapes   65
- Science, Explorers and Exploitation   105
- The Future   125

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Art / Photobook New
By: Michelle Sole(Author), Tom Hart(Author)
128 pages, colour photos
NHBS
A compact coffee table book with drone and other photography of penguins on Antarctica.
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