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The Big Thaw: Adventures in the Vanishing Arctic (英語) ペーパーバック – 2011/2/14

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Winner of the Canadian Science Writers' Association's Science in Society Book Award
Banff Mountain Book Award Finalist
The City of Edmonton Book Prize Finalist
Shortlisted for the Wilfred Eggleston Award for Non-Fiction

Climate change's effects are reshaping the Arctic profoundly. Landscapes are being radically transformed, animal habitats are disappearing, and natural resources are being revealed to an energy-starved world. Veteran Arctic journalist Ed Struzik took eleven trips throughout the north to document this rapidly changing land, gaining unprecedented access to scientific expeditions, native communities and security and sovereignty experts.

The product of those trips, The Big Thaw is the only book that looks at global warming's wide-ranging impact on the Arctic. Struzik goes into the field with the world's leading polar bear scientist, skis on melting glaciers with glaciologists, travels the Northwest Passage on an aging icebreaker and stalks a carnivorous rogue walrus with an Inuit hunter. His journeys bring him up close to some of the world's most unique animals, from the iconic polar bear to the mysterious narwhal.

Struzik melds the vivid stories of his experiences with fascinating explorations of the Arctic's past -- from the alligators and giant tortoises that inhabited the north 55 million years ago, to the 19th century explorers who died searching for the Open Polar Sea -- and its possible future as the center of international struggle, underground smuggling and ecological disaster.


ED STRUZIK IS A NATURALIST-TURNED-JOURNALIST who has spent the better part of the past 30 years focusing on the Arctic. His travels by foot, ski, dog team, canoe, kayak, icebreaker and helicopter have taken him to the remotest corners of the polar world. Struzik is the author of two previous books and is a prolific magazine writer. His articles and photographs have appeared in dozens of magazines around the world, including Canadian Geographic, Equinox, Yale Environment 360, International Wildlife, Geo (Russia), Explore Magazine, Nature Canada, Report on Business Magazine and Great Decisions.

A recipient of more than 30 awards for his writing, Struzik was nominated for the Grantham Prize for Excellence in reporting on the Environment, and has received multiple national magazine and national newspaper awards, eight Canadian Science Writers' Association awards, the Knight Science fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Southam Fellowship at the University of Toronto and the Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy. Struzik is also a multiple Citation of Merit recipient of the Roland Michener Award for Meritorious Public Service in Journalism and a recipient of the Sir Sandford Fleming Medal, awarded by the Royal Canadian Institute, Canada's oldest scientific society, for outstanding contribution to the understanding of science in Canada.

Ed Struzik lives in Edmonton, Alberta, with his wife and two children.


  • ペーパーバック: 288ページ
  • 出版社: Wiley; 1版 (2011/2/14)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0470932163
  • ISBN-13: 978-0470932162
  • 発売日: 2011/2/14
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 14.7 x 1.8 x 22.4 cm
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