The Ice

The Ice Antartica international scientific community geography and wildlife the Antartic Treaty and the industrial pressures on its wilderness for the pursuit of the natural resources under the ice

  • Title: The Ice
  • Author: Louis Charbonneau
  • ISBN: 9781556111778
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Antartica, international scientific community, geography and wildlife, the Antartic Treaty and the industrial pressures on its wilderness for the pursuit of the natural resources under the ice.

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    1. The Ice I had to add this one to the book reviews It s from 1999 which is 8 years ago when global warming and holes in the ozone were just starting up Had some interesting views on the environmental movement and the scientists that are in the far, wild areas of the world studying under extreme conditions.And it was a good adventure story, had all the necessary mystery, danger, cliff hanger and boy meets girl elements I found I looked forward to going back to the Antartic to check out the next cr [...]


    2. Learn many about living and surviving in Antarctica such as the first thing to do if caught in a storm, should be wearing sunglasses for the glare of the snow could cause extreme pain and diminished vision to unprotected eyes, weather are unpredictable, there will be safety strings attached from cabin to cabin in case of weather that doesn t allow clear view of path one still can travel from one cabin to another by tracing it, oil that covers penguin coat are deadly it is just like sending a nak [...]


    3. Can I give this book 3 1 2 stars It ll never become a classic but it was a good read I could even see it being turned into a movie Occasionally the story line strains credibility, especially near the end when the author is trying to wrap up loose ends, but overall the good outweighed the mediocre.


    4. An early global warming novel,which takes place in Antarctica We need the concept of global warming to survive the unbelievable cold How little nations have done to reverse global warming in the years since this book was written.


    5. Brrr it s cold I enjoyed this read from start to finish Not only did I enjoy it, but I learned a lot about the Cold Continent and the political games being played there.



    6. The Ice, Louis Charbonneau, RDC M, 5 91, 1992 ovel about Antarctica and the stuggle of environment and ecology vs mineral rights, oil companies and international greed Very good.


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