Eugene Potapov is a world renowned specialist on arctic wildlife. He has been travelling in the Arctic for the last 25 years and written extensively on the biology of its birdlife, primarily birds of prey. He obtained his doctorate from Oxford University on Arctic birds. He is now a professor at Bryn Athyn College, Pennsylvania, USA. In 2006 Potapov and Sale were awarded the US Wildlife Society’s Book of the Year for their joint publication The Gyrfalcon.
Richard Sale and Eugene Potapov
Examines the history of the region and its exploration, the current state of ownership, the likely outcomes of today's powerplays, and what is at stake both politically and ecologically.Category: Science and Nature, Travel, Current Affairs and Politics
Publisher: Frances Lincoln
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