Nakladatelství NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
March 1972, Vol. 141, No. 3
Notrh to the Tundra
Rock-hard in winter, like the hundreds of feet of frozen earth beneath it, it becomes so sensitive in summer that footprints may leave long-lasting scars.
Re-creating a Vanished World
By Russell D. Guthrie, Ph.D.
Pravěká fauna Aljašky.
Portrait a Fierce and Fragile Land
By Paul A. Zahl, Ph.D.
They say there is an urgent need for oil. But there´s an urgent need to protect the tundra, too.
PLANTS, BIRDS, MAMMALS OF THE ALASKAN TUNDRA
Canadaś Window on the Pacific: The British Columbia Coast
By Jules B. Billard
The Asmat of New Guinea
Head-hunters in Today´s World
By Malcolm S. Kirk
ON THE ROAD WITH AN OLD-TIME CIRCUS
By John Fetterman
Autor recenze: Coffee Cooler