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The National Parks and Other Wild Places of Thailand

The National Parks and Other Wild Places of Thailand (Paperback)

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The sixth volume in the series, The National Parks and Other Wild Places of Thailand describes and illustrates the major protected areas and other wild regions of the entire country. From the endless forests and exotic mammals of Huay Kha Khaeng - a world heritage site - to the hidden islands and teeming reefs of southern coastal parks like Ang Thong, this evocative exploration of Thailand's parks and wilderness areas brings to life the country's natural splendour. Individual colour maps show each area's main features, and visitor information panels provide full details on practicalities and activities. The highlights of each area are given comprehensive coverage throughout the book and the introduction provides a fascinating summary of Thailand's geography, biology and conservation history.

Travel & MapsTravel & holiday guides Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC Publication Date: 01/01/2006 ISBN-13: 9781845373139  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Stephen Elliott received his PhD in ecology at Edinburgh University in 1985. Since 1986, he has lived and worked in Chiang Mai, where he is a lecturer in wildlife conservation and ecology at Chiang Mai University's Biology Department. In 1994, he co-founed the award-winning Forest Restoration Research Unit, which is developing new techniques to restore forest ecosystems to degraded sites within Thailand's conservation areas for wildlife conservation. Gerald Cubitt is a world renowned nature photographer whose many visits to South-east Asia have been recorded in a series of stunning images. Among the books that contain his most evocative work, The National Parks of Indonesia, The National Parks of Malaysia, This is Malaysia and Wild Thailand are all published by New Holland.

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