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Iceberg Alley: A Journal of Nature's Most Awesome Migration
By Stephen E. Bruneau and Kevin Redmond

Iceberg Alley: A Journal of Nature's Most Awesome MigrationBy Stephen E. Bruneau and Kevin Redmond

Genre: Nature; Photography
Format: 134 pages, colour photos & illustrations
Pub Date: June 2010
ISBN-10: 1-897317-71-9
ISBN-13: 978-1-897317-71-6

Price: CDN$34.95

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Book Description
In Iceberg Alley: A Journal of Nature's Most Awesome Migration join the authors as they present their stunning images and often humorous reflections of their journey from the glaciers of Greenland to the growlers of Newfoundland. Iceberg Alley is an oceanic zone or pathway in the Northwest Atlantic characterized by the seasonal presence and persistence of southerly drifting arctic icebergs. Iceberg Alley—the book—is a journal that explores the power and subtlety of nature with astonishing images and personal vignettes that glimpse the people and places encountered on the human journey down Iceberg Alley.

About the Authors
Stephen E. Bruneau is an engineering professor at Memorial University. He works in the area of ice and iceberg research and has wide-ranging interests in other areas of science and technology. His past work experience includes working at a wind tunnel laboratory, C-CORE, an oil & gas company, structural design firm, and in construction management. Steve’s had an interest in photography for some time and naturally applied this to his working trade to account for at least some of what appears in this book. Other interests include outdoor activities with scouts, woodworking, and cottage/country life. He is married with two children and lives in St. John’s.

Kevin Redmond is an educator with a long-time interest in outdoor activities and photography. As a freelance writer and award-winning photographer, he is widely published primarily throughout North America in tourism promotion, adventure gear manufacturer’s product promotion and outdoor-oriented media such as magazines, calendars, and books. Books to his credit include: Canyons Coves and Coastal Waters: Choice Canoe and Kayak Routes of Newfoundland and Labrador (1996); A Guide to Sea Kayaking Newfoundland and Labrador (2003); Landscapes and Legacies: Parks, Natural Areas and Historic Sites of Newfoundland and Labrador (2004); Quality Lesson Plans for Outdoor Education (2010). Kevin resides in Portugal Cove with his wife Sophia and three children: Thomas, Susan and Jacquelyn. In his spare time his interests include salmon fishing, skiing (downhill and cross-country), paddling (canoe and kayak), hiking, adventure travel and presentations.

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