Sacred Sea

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Author's Note; Prologue: Blagopoluchnoe; Part One: The Sacred Sea; 1. A Flash of Blue Light; 2. Songs and Whispers; 3. The Earth Splits, Water Rushes In; 4. Into the Lake-Shallow; 5. Into the Lake-Deep; 6. Buryatia, in Black & White and Color; 7. On the Trail with Pod Boy and Monkey Mind; 8. Bad Roads are Good for Baikal; 9. Traveling and Staying Home; Part Two: 180@; 10. The Long Way Home; 11. The Great Circle; 12. Zigzag to Russia; 13. Power in the East; 14. Across the Sleeping Land; 15. Angels & Ghosts in Irkutsk; Part Three: Baikal, Too, Must Work; 16. One of the Best Enterprises in Russia; 17. Righteousness, Uncertainty and the Point of No Return; 18. Connecting the Dots; 19. Dr. Hope and Dr. Despair; 20. Blind Love is a Dangerous Thing; 21. 360@; Epilogue: The Great Baikal Chain; Acknowledgments; Illustration Credits; Source Notes and Further Reading
Lake BaikalSiberias immense and threatened Sacred Sea is the magnet that draws a veteran environmental journalist and his brother around the world and back by train and boat. On this classic journey of discovery, the author takes the measure of the planet, humanity, Russia and his own self as reflected in the worlds greatest lake.
Autor: Peter Thomson
Peter Thomson is Founding Producer and Senior Editor of NPR's "Living on Earth" and recipient of 19 awards for excellence in broadcast journalism; currently freelance environmental journalist and member of Executive Committee of Society of Environmental Journalists.

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Autor: Peter Thomson
ISBN-13 :: 9780195170511
ISBN: 0195170512
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.08.2007
Verlag: OXFORD UNIV PR
Gewicht: 603g
Seiten: 320
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Buch, 235x165x21 mm
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