Tous les livres de Isabelle Groc

Gone is Gone

Isabelle Groc

Date de parution : Septembre 2019

Éditeur: Orca Book Publishers

Gone is Gone looks at why species become endangered, how scientists are learning about endangered wildlife, what people are doing to conserve species and ways young people can help. The book is richly illustrated with unique photos that Isabelle has taken over many years of observing endangered species in the field alongside the people who work to conserve them. Throughout, the author shares enchanting encounters and personal field stories: watching narwhals socialize in the Canadian Arctic, getting close to a Laysan albatross raising chicks on a remote Hawaiian island, spotting a rhinoceros on safari and even swimming with sea ...

Sea Otters

Isabelle Groc

Date de parution : Avril 2020

Éditeur: Orca Book Publishers

Key Selling Points  This book looks at the history, biology, behavior and uncertain future of sea otters, their journey from near extinction and how their role as a keystone species is essential to a rich, complex and connected ecosystem. Filled with the history and ecology of sea otters, this book will inform and inspire young readers to take action to help the conservation of sea otters.  The author is a photojournalist whose stories and photos have appeared in National Geographic News, BBC Wildlife and Scientific American, and she has also produced videos for National Geographic.   Isabelle Groc is the auth ...

Géants de la mer

Isabelle Groc

Date de parution : Juin 2011

Éditeur: WHITE STAR

Géants de la merLes baleines, les dauphins et les marsouins ont toujours su capturer l'imagination collective.Pendant des millénaires, l'humanité s'est intéressée aux origines de ces mammifères marins fascinants et à leurs vies mystérieuses. Mais nous avons encore beaucoup à apprendre sur les cétacés, sur leurs vies complexes, leurs voyages à travers les océans, leurs techniques de communication et leur organisation sociale.L'origine exacte des cétacés reste un mystère. Les scientifiques suggèrent que leurs lointains ancêtres étaient des mammifères terrestres quadrupèdes qui commencèrent à s'adapter à la vie aquatique il y a plu ...
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