2 edition of Stories from Pacific & Arctic Canada found in the catalog.
Stories from Pacific & Arctic Canada
|Statement||a selection by Andreas Schroeder & Rudy Wiebe.|
|Contributions||Wiebe, Rudy Henry, 1934-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 284 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||284|
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The Arctic is an amazing place! You probably know that it is a very cold, icy place, home to polar bears, whales, and walrus, but there is more to the Arctic than that! The Northern Lights dance. The walrus’s blubber protects it from the cold arctic seas. Where do Walruses Live? Walruses are commonly found on the ice in the Arctic Circle. There are 2 sub-species of walruses, Atlantic and Pacific. Atlantic walruses can be found from northeast Canada to Greenland, while Pacific walruses are seen off Russia and Alaska.
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Get this from a library. Stories from Pacific & Arctic Canada: a selection. [Andreas Schroeder; Rudy Wiebe] -- An anthology of short stories, 19 from the Pacific and 7 from the Arctic.
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The goal is to match you with the ship and trip that best meets your travel needs and vacation expectations. Set against a backdrop of stunning images from more than internationally acclaimed photographers, this Stories from Pacific & Arctic Canada book shares the amazing stories of these migrants--a cast of characters that includes shorebirds, seabirds, and waterfowl.
Stretching from the Arctic regions of northeastern Russia, Alaska, and western Canada and along the Pacific 5/5(3). Waterbird Migration from the Arctic to Tierra del Fuego By Audrey this book shares the amazing stories of these migrants–a cast of characters that includes shorebirds, seabirds, and waterfowl.
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An astounding collection of photographs and essays celebrating the grandeur of Canada’s most remote regions located along the three ocean coastlines.
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The first half or so were stories from Hudson Bay, Greenland and Iceland, but then there were a couple from Indonesia and the Pacific Isles.
I guess Millman got cold after a while. He also had several stories that retold some of the Arctic Explorers' I picked this book up at the library because I love reading books about the Inuit people of the /5.
I had warned about a scenario like this in my book Future Arctic, Field Notes from A World On The Edge. Only 10 per cent of the Arctic Ocean in Canada, and less than two per cent of the Arctic Ocean in the United States, is charted.
Only 25 per cent of the Canadian paper charts are deemed to be good. Royal Geographical Society Fellow, Glenn M Stein’s latest book is called Discovering the North-West Passage: The Four-Year Arctic Odyssey of H.M.S.
Investigator and the McClure Expedition. THE ARCTIC VS. ANTARCTICA: HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR POLAR EXPEDITION. After a day-or-so sail across the Davis Strait–the furthest deep into an ocean I’d ever been, an exhilarating experience for me having grown up walking distance from the Pacific–we re-entered Canada in the quaint, colourful hamlet of Pangnirtung.
These stories tell us about some of Canada’s international efforts for development, trade and foreign policy. They introduce the projects and partners that drive change. We meet people from all over the world and learn how our actions can make lives better in families, their communities, and sometimes an entire nation.
This picture isn’t particularly noteworthy, except that it represents a visit to Nova Scotia this summer, which completed my dream of touching all three Canadian oceans in a month period. After trips to the West Coast and Tuktoyaktuk to see the Pacific and Arctic Ooceans, this was the final piece of that puzzle.
– Elizabeth Chorney-Booth. Arctic Ocean: Nunavut, Canada Drifting pack ice enables a walrus to remain near a favored foraging area, a clam bed in Foxe Basin. North of Hudson Bay, Foxe Basin is home to Canada's largest Author: Daryl Chen.
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