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Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo. pp. x, (2), 244, sketch maps...Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo. pp. x, (2), 244, sketch maps, "Terry Glavin sheds light on the mysteries of the North Pacific Ocean — a place of cultural and ecological richness and complexity. The maritime history of the North Pacific is rife with apocryphal voyages, legendary armadas, lost colonies, and fabled portals through continents. Glavin also explores current ecological phenomena — huge phytoplankton blooms and dying birds and fish — and the significance of these events. The Last Great Sea is a thoroughly researched, beautifully written exploration of one of the world's most mysterious places."
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