ABOVE LOW TIDE

Above Low Tide examines biological, geological, and anthropological factors that continue to sculpt Glacier Bay, a National Park and Preserve in Southeastern Alaska.

This collection of eight poems describes a transitional environment in terms of the twice-daily changing of the tides, and on a more geological scale, alludes to the rising land and sea, as tidewater glaciers retreat up the mountains.

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