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Download Nature's Extremes: Inside the Great Natural Disasters That Shape Life on Earth - Kelly Knauer
Nature's Extremes: Inside the Great Natural Disasters That Shape Life on Earth

The killer tsunami of 2004 and the devastation of Hurricane Katrina remind us of the fragility of mans place on his home planet.Now Time explores the past, present and future of this unpredictable planet, tracing the rise and fall of ancient civilizations, exploring earths most extreme environments and flying with scientists into the wildest of weather systems. An attractive volume that combines Times world-famous writing with a collection of powerful photographs Time has been at the forefront of modern discoveries and is uniquely positioned to provide a fascinating look back at the discoveries that changed the world

Author: Kelly Knauer
Pages: 144 pages
Format: PDF
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