In this stunningly illustrated edition, Edmaier looks at water--from both the air and the ground--as one of the most important landscape-shaping forces on Earth. Accompanied by expert texts of the geologist and writer Angelika Jung-Huttl, this is an extraordinary and important volume that documents water's power to create and destroy, frequently at the same time.
Size: 11¾x14 inches
Item #: 472545X
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