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Stories of Ice: Adventure, Commerce and Creativity on Canada's Glaciers

Stories of Ice: Adventure, Commerce and Creativity on Canada's Glaciers

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The Featured Reading Recommendations for "Winter" were recommended by the SeneCan Connect Team.
Book: Stories of Ice: Adventure, Commerce and Creativity on Canada's Glaciers
Authors: Martel, Lynn
You can read the full book online or download it through the Seneca Online Library

Summary: With the state of global ice constantly in the news, one mountain journalist examines Canadian glaciers to uncover their secrets and their future. From a mother/daughter duo who spent five months skiing across icefields from Vancouver to Alaska, to scientists discovering biofilms deep inside glacier caverns, to protesters camping for weeks to protect their beloved local glacier, western Canada's glaciers are dynamic, enigmatic, exquisitely beautiful, sometimes dangerous environments where people play, work, run businesses, explore, and create art every single day. Author Lynn Martel is one of them. With gorgeous images by some of the country's best outdoor photographers, Stories of Ice shares the excitement, the mystery, and the wonder of Canada's glaciers and poses questions about their future

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