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eBook Protecting Polar Regions (Protecting Habitats) download ISBN: 0836849930
Author: Various,Anita Ganeri
Publisher: Gareth Stevens Publishing (July 1, 2005)
Language: English
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Growing Up and Facts of Life

Categories: Children's Geography Books. Protecting Habitats: Polar Regions In Danger.

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Protecting Polar Regions book. Anita Ganeri, Various. Threatened by pollution global warming, land clearance, and many. Threatened by pollution global warming, land clearance, and many other factors, habitats are at risk around the world. This series examines some key endangered environments and the creatures that live there.

Protecting Polar Regions. by Anita Ganeri and Various. Threatened by pollution, global warming, and many other factors, habitats are at risk around the world. Protecting Habitats examines some key endangered environments and the creatures that live there.

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Climate change is altering habitats quickly, forcing animals into increasing conflict with people in the Arctic. In Russia, WWF helped form patrols to monitor and help protect polar bears and walruses

Climate change is altering habitats quickly, forcing animals into increasing conflict with people in the Arctic. In Russia, WWF helped form patrols to monitor and help protect polar bears and walruses. WWF also tracks polar bears by satellite to determine how far and where they travel and how this might be changing. WWF also has joined with other conservation organizations to urge for special protection for Antarctic wildlife.

of the polar regions. The six articles compiled here. explore a range of pertinent issues focusing on a diverse. information could be used to help protect Antarctica’s. wilderness and aesthetic values as stipulated under the. Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic. set of Arctic and Antarctic geographical locations and the. many commonalities that can be found. Treaty, widely known as the Madrid Protocol. The interaction between wildlife (reindeer) and permanent human. infrastructure is illustrated in this scene from Longyearbyen, Svalbard.

Anita Ganeri (born 1961) is an Indian author of the award-winning series Horrible Geography and many other non-fiction books for children. Ganeri was born in Calcutta, India and her family emigrated to England when she was a baby. She boarded at Stamford High School, and graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in French/German and Indian Studies.

Title: Protecting habitats. General Note: Originally published: London : Franklin Watts, 2004. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

Series: Protecting Habitats. Informative text, photographs, maps and feature panels provide an overview of the world's important polar regions and the creatures and plants that live there. Also examines the polar regions' survival and explains what is being done to protect them.

Threatened by pollution global warming, land clearance, and many other factors, habitats are at risk around the world. This series examines some key endangered environments and the creatures that live there. With clear text, full-color photographs, and informative sidebars and maps, this series explains the causes of critical environmental threats, explores what is being done globally, and suggests what people can do locally to protect the world's unique habitats.