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THE OUTER SHORES Based on the Proceedings of the Queen Charlotte Islands  First International Scientific Symposium, University of British Columbia  August 1984 by  Nicholas Editors  Geoffrey G.E.; GESSLER - First Edition - 1989 - from E Ridge fine Books and Biblio.co.uk

THE OUTER SHORES Based on the Proceedings of the Queen Charlotte Islands First International Scientific Symposium, University of British Columbia August 1984

by SCUDDER, Geoffrey G.E.; GESSLER, Nicholas Editors

Condition: Near Fine


Queen Charlotte Islands Museum Press. Near Fine. 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. 0920651097 . Presumed first edition. Pictorial hardcover with surface scuff, and with the original prospectus and order form laid in. vi+327 pp., color hard cover. 880 references, 53 tables, 110 b&w line drawings, 1 color and 93 b&w photographs. "This collection of 22 papers by 27 authors consolidates a wealth of diverse and pertinent information on the unique Queen Charlotte Islands. ...the text covers the physical and historical setting, the biotic characteristics, and the history and the influence of man on the islands. Being the first of its kind, this book provides a corner-stone for future research." ; 12 X 9 X 1 inches .




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