Canada's Cold Environments

Canada's Cold Environments

eBook - 1993
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Eleven of Canada's leading geographers, geologists, and ecologists provide an authoritative, readable collection of scientific essays about the physical nature of Canada's coldness. They focus on the distinctive attributes of Canada's cold environments, their temporal and spatial variability, and the constraints that coldness places on human activity. Canada's Cold Environments is aimed at environmental scientists at all levels who need informed overviews of the substantive findings on a range of cold-related topics.
Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press 1993
ISBN: 9781282856059
1282856057
9780773563544
0773563547
0773509259
9780773509252
0773516360
9780773516366
Characteristics: 1 online resource (368)

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