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Produktdetails
  • Verlag: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Gesamtlaufzeit: 604 Min.
  • Erscheinungstermin: 17. Mai 2022
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9798200970520
  • Artikelnr.: 63430225
Autorenporträt
Katey Walter Anthony PhD is a professor of aquatic ecology, biogeochemistry, and permafrost science at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Her research focuses on methane emissions from Arctic lakes, the degradation of permafrost, and their associated feedbacks to global climate through the carbon cycle. She and her work have been featured in National Geographic, Washington Post, 60 Minutes, Vice, The Guardian, the New York Times newsletter, Newsweek, Nature Magazine, and Leonardo DiCaprio's documentary Ice on Fire.
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"Chasing Lakes moves the reader simultaneously through two realms of time. First realm is the span of an aggressive intentional scientific life: the life of Katey Walter Anthony. The second is the old-as-the-Earth epoch of methane seeps from Arctic lakes." - Leonardo DiCaprio

"Katey Walter Anthony offers readers a vivid and moving meditation on faith, family, and what it takes to become a scientist. Rich in detail on the scientific discovery process, Chasing Lakes truly fosters a deeper appreciation for the intricate steps necessary to study climate change. I'll forever look at lakes in a new light." - Cassandra L. Quave, scientist and author of The Plant Hunter

"Walter Anthony's work has brought to our consciousness a dire threat - carbon stored in frozen ground beneath much of the north...[while] the book is also a reflection on the challenges and rewards of choosing to marry and become a parent." - Anchorage Daily News
"Chasing Lakes moves the reader simultaneously through two realms of time. First realm is the span of an aggressive intentional scientific life: the life of Katey Walter Anthony. The second is the old-as-the-Earth epoch of methane seeps from Arctic lakes." - Leonardo DiCaprio

"Katey Walter Anthony offers readers a vivid and moving meditation on faith, family, and what it takes to become a scientist. Rich in detail on the scientific discovery process, Chasing Lakes truly fosters a deeper appreciation for the intricate steps necessary to study climate change. I'll forever look at lakes in a new light." - Cassandra L. Quave, scientist and author of The Plant Hunter

"Walter Anthony's work has brought to our consciousness a dire threat - carbon stored in frozen ground beneath much of the north...[while] the book is also a reflection on the challenges and rewards of choosing to marry and become a parent." - Anchorage Daily News