Melting Away a Ten Year Journey Through Our Endangered Polar Regions (Hardback)Camille Seaman (author)
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Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 1120 g
Dimensions: 204 x 315 x 21 mm
"Its images alone are a compelling argument for protecting the wonder and strangeness at the ends of the Earth."-"Nature Magazine"
"By looking at such rare beauty, we see what we have to lose....From brilliant, turquoise-hued icebergs to the wildest of wildlife, her love of the rugged landscape shines through."-"Yahoo Travel"
"Astounding proof of the critical role the pictorial arts have in awaking people to the consequences of climate change..a relief from the shouted rhetoric that so often accompanies conversation on climate change. A sterling addition to all photography collections."-"Library Journal"
"As monolithic structures carved by light and shadow, the melting polar icebergs Seaman shows us jut out from the landscape, both a showcase of grandeur and a compelling call to action."?-"American Photo Magazine"
"A spectacular collection of images taken over a 10-year-period.The photographs in this book are stunning and slowly reveal a world both timeless and rapidly changing."-"Alaska Dispatch News"
"This collection of breathtaking photographs provides a view of the Polar Regions that make even the icebergs seem alive."-"North Shore News"
"The steady disappearance of Earth's polar ice is illustrated beautifully, but devastatingly, in this large-format book."-"Scientific American Magazine"
"Seaman's new book documents the changing polar landscape and the creatures that call these regions home in a series of compelling photographs."-"Science Magazine"
"Camille Seaman gives a visual perspective to the conversation with such tenacity and dedication you can't help but be moved by her images..Polar ice is shrinking, and polar animals are struggling to survive. One has to wonder what her next monograph will look like.?" -"Photographer's Forum Magazine"