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Ice-Age History of Alaskan National Parks
Focusing on more than 30,000 years of Alaskan preh

Our Price: $18.00
By Scott A. Elias (au)
Year: 1995
Pages: 150
Binding Paperback
ISBN 1-56098-424-4

Product Code: 1422351009

Focusing on more than 30,000 years of Alaskan prehistory, this book vividly describes the geology, climate, ancient plant & animal life, & human presence in 4 of Alaska’s nat. parks & preserves -- Denali, Kenai Fjords, Glacier Bay, & Bering Land Bridge. Elias uncovers a time when glaciers shaped the landscape, gouging out valleys, carving cirques & peaks, & leaving moraines that blocked rivers & formed lakes. Using fossils as “witnesses” of past environments, he recreates the bogs & steppe tundra where caribou, moose, saber-toothed cats, & mammoths reigned 35,000 years ago. Geared toward the general reader, this guidebook presents a unique perspective for the modern traveler. Charts, tables, graphs, maps & photos.

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