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GREENLAND –  An Arctic Adventure

Expeditioners are setting off to ski across the Greenland icecap: things start badly – surely they cannot get any worse?

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  ISBN 978-3-8454-4617-2

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THE WEDDELL SEA  –  An Antarctic Adventure

A cruise to the Antarctic starts off well enough, but then the ship decides to enter the Weddell Sea – nemesis of Shackleton...

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SHORT STORIES

CYCADS (1995)

DAS LIED VERLOREN (1997)

MODERN MAN (1996)

OBSESSIONS (2000)

RETURN TO WINDY STANDARD (1991)

A WALK (1983)

HENDERSON (c.2001)

A SHORT LIFE (c.1998)

  54 pages

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A POLAR TRILOGY: THREE ADVENTURE NOVELS BY JAMES FENTON


JAN MAYEN –

Meanderings in Unfathomable Seas

2014


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See also

ESSAYS ON NATURE CONSERVATION
Recent essays, 2013 onwards

See here my essays on nature conservation published in ECOS over the years (pdf, 110 pages, 1.2mb):

The Search for the Countryside (1983)

Even More About the Purpose of Nature Conservation (1984)

Letter (1982)

Alien Or Native (1986)

Beyond the Faustian Bargain (1987)

Animal Rights (1987) by Ian S Coghill

Animal (and Other) Rights (1987)

The Ecology of Environmentalism: Some Ideas for  Discussion (1987)

Democracy and Habitat Protection (1989)

Wildlife Valuation (1992)


What is Natural? A Reply (2006) by MikeTownsend

25 Years of Change in Wester Ross (1994)

Out of Site, Out of Mind? (1996)

Wild Land or Wilderness – Is There a Difference? (1996)

Political Correctness Strikes Ecology (1996)

Scotland: Reviving the Wild (1999)

A New Paradigm for the Uplands (2004)

Wild Thoughts Followed Up (2004)

What is Natural? (2006)

What is Natural? A Reply (2006) by MikeTownsend

Do you read ECOS? The journal of the British Association of Nature Conservationists (BANC)