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Inhaltsangabe: In the wilderness of Alaska, the rich and abundant salmon runs are being damaged at an alarming rate. Excess sedimentation to the streams of the Kenai Peninsula threatens not only the salmon's continued existence, but also the multitude of people whose economy is dependent upon the annual salmon spawning runs up the tributaries of the Kenai River. The Phoenix Environmental Research Institute (PERI) sends one of its best aquatic biologists, Dr. Chad Gunnings, to investigate this wild corner of North America. When Chad and his associates are attacked at the Anchorage airport by members of the Warrior Society, a native paramilitary organization, they know that something very secretive is behind the problems in the Kenai. Their adventures take Chad and his colleagues to the site of the Kenai Catastrophe, the site of a 100-year old massacre of an Indiana village What does the catastrophic event have to do with the present day environmental problems in the Kenai?
Über den Autor: Dr. Michael T. Barbour is Director of the Center for Ecological Sciences for Tetra Tech, Inc., an environmental consulting firm. Dr. Barbour travels throughout the US conducting workshops on biological assessments as an important tool for water quality standards. Through his work at the National level, he has become involved with international groups dealing with similar issues on ecological restoration and protection. Dr. Barbour resides in Maryland with his wife, Sue, and continues to write about important environmental issues.
Titel: The Kenai Catastrophe
Verlag: Old Line Publishing, LLC
Zustand: very good
Buchbeschreibung Old Line Publishing, LLC. Paperback. Buchzustand: Fair. Buchnummer des Verkäufers G0984106553I5N00