Arctic Flora and Fauna: Status and Conservation
Huntington, Henry P.
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This is the first truely circumpolar overview of Arctic biodiversity and provides a clear understanding of the importance of the Earth's largest ecoregion and its status in the face of a rapidly changing world.
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