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The Mediterranean (Seas and Oceans) epub

by Pat Hargreaves


The Mediterranean (Seas and Oceans) epub

ISBN: 0382064682

ISBN13: 978-0382064685

Author: Pat Hargreaves

Category: History

Subcategory: World

Language: English

Publisher: Silver Burdett Pr (May 1, 1984)

Pages: 3 pages

ePUB book: 1481 kb

FB2 book: 1286 kb

Rating: 4.2

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Called the incubator of Western civilization, it runs west to east from the Strait of Gibraltar between Spain and Morocco to the coast of Turkey and north to south between Croatia’s southern shores and Libya. Thank you for your feedback. Physiographic and geologic features. Desiccation theory and bottom deposits.

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Our oceans are beautiful yet unpredictable―water that is at one moment a natural mirror for the glowing sun can turn into a foamy, raging wall of fury. He and his student Carl Wake, the subject of this book, were close friends. John knows our oceans, and he is one of the best teachers of taming and enjoying them. Before you set off across the big blue, turn to John for his inspirational stories and hard-learned advice and discover the serious sailor in you. Additional info: John Kretschmer, a professional sailor and writer, has logged more than 200,000 offshore sailing miles, including 15 transatlantic and two transpacific passages.

Describes the geology and history of the Mediterranean Sea and its surrounding regions, as well as its animal life and natural resources and the pollution that threatens them.