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by Alan G. Mountain

eBook Wild South Africa download ISBN: 0262133474
Author: Alan G. Mountain
Publisher: The MIT Press; 1st MIT press ed edition (September 18, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 208
ePub: 1920 kb
Fb2: 1352 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Photography and Video

Wild South Africa Hardcover – September 18, 1998. by Alan G. Mountain (Author)

Wild South Africa Hardcover – September 18, 1998. Mountain (Author). South Africa can be divided into three major geographic regions: a nearly mile-high interior plateau, a series of tall mountain chains encircling it, and coastal plains and marshes that in turn ring the mountains. In these three regions exist very different biogeographic features, among them deserts, upland forests, grasslands, inland seas, and broad rivers.

Alan G. Mountain 1998. A photographic journey through the wilderness areas and national parks of South Africa. With photographs by Lex Hes South Africa is a land of hauntingly beautiful and diverse landscapes. Wild South Africa contains 350 stunning full-color photographs that illustrate all aspects of Nature's cycles in each region.

List of Mountains in South Africa, Lesotho and Eswatini is a general list of mountains in South Africa, Lesotho and Eswatini with elevation.

Art, Photobook Out of Print. Series: Wild Places of the World Series. 208 pages, 400 col photos, 6 maps. Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa. Starting with Maputaland, a wetland area of extraordinary natural diversity, the chapters also cover the rugged mountains (Cape and Natal), the desert lands of the Karoo and the Kalahari, the coastal zone, and the lowveld and highveld areas which together comprise the bushveld. Art, Photobook Out of Print.

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with photographs by Lex Hes South Africa is a land of hauntingly beautiful and diverse landscapes. Its wild places encompass rugged mountain ranges, sweeping sand beaches, indigenous coastal forest, and sun-blistered arid plains, with each environment supporting its own distinctive plant and animal life. The beauty and diversity of South Africa's unspoiled and untamed places are celebrated in this latest addition to the Wild Places of the World series. South Africa's topography is characterized by a great interior plateau fringed on three sides by an irregular chain of mountains and hills that descend to a narrow coastal strip. The chapters focus on each ecological region in turn, from the Maputaland, a wetland area of great natural diversity, to the mountains of the Cape and Natal, the desert lands of the Karoo and the Kalahari, the coastal zone, the highveld grasslands, and the bushveld. The main focus is on wilderness areas and national parks, each chosen for its wild, unspoiled character, and the book emphasizes the need to preserve the country's natural heritage in a time of increasing demands for human development. Wild South Africa contains 350 stunning full-color photographs that illustrate all aspects of Nature's cycles in each region. The book features the uniqueness of each region's fauna, flora, and geography, from tiny insects, birds, and larger mammals to fruits, flowers, and sweeping landscapes.