Ice

M. Tedesco

ISBN: 9781472274250

£14.99

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One of the least known and least inhabited parts of the world, Greenland is a singular place on Earth from which to look for the future of our planet and question its history. Glaciologist Marco Tedesco, a world-leading expert on ice and on climate change, takes us along as he and his fellow researchers conduct all-important measurements to understand the dramatic changes afoot on the immense polar ice cap. Following a day in the life of this disappearing world, Tedesco tells us about improbable ‘polar camels’, cryoconite holes (the only place where life grows in the icy expanse), gigantic meteorite debris, the epic deeds of great Arctic explorers and the legends of rare local populations. Through these stories, anecdotes and curiosities, Tedesco passionately explains why this continent is something to be treasured and how it could tip the balance of our fate as a species.

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