Badain Jaran : die vergessene Wüste = the forgotten desert (Book, 2013) [WorldCat.org]
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Badain Jaran : die vergessene Wüste = the forgotten desert

Author: Carlos Crespo; Catherine Hug; Bill Kouwenhoven; Sylvia Höfer; Chris Michalski
Publisher: Zurich : Scheidegger & Spiess, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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Badain Jaran is a desert, more than 19,000 square miles of endless openness, with innumerable sand dunes up to 1,600 feet tall and mysterious salt-water lakes. It is part of the Alashan desert, south-west to the Gobi in the Inner Mogolia province of China. A place that has been discovered by American scientists on satellite images in the 1980s only that miraculously has been kept hidden to most people since. In  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carlos Crespo; Catherine Hug; Bill Kouwenhoven; Sylvia Höfer; Chris Michalski
ISBN: 9783858813824 3858813826
OCLC Number: 862525201
Language Note: Text in German and English.
Description: 155 pages : color illustrations ; 33 cm
Other Titles: Vergessene Wüste
Forgotten desert
Responsibility: Carlos Crespo ; Texte von/texts by Cathérine Hug, Bill Kouwenhoven ; Übersetzung ins Deutsche, Sylvia Höfer ; Übersetzung ins Englische, Chris Michalski.

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Badain Jaran is one of the world's most remote and least known areas, this book is a fascinating portrait of this largely inaccessible landscape in striking photographs.  Read more...

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