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A History of Antarctic Science

Author: G. E. Fogg

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521361133

Category: Nature

Page: 483

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This book describes the development of Antarctic science over three centuries against a background of advances in techniques of travelling and working in the polar environment and changing political attitudes to a remote and unknown part of the world.
A History of Antarctic Science
Language: un
Pages: 483
Authors: G. E. Fogg, Gordon Elliott Fogg
Categories: Nature
Type: BOOK - Published: 1992-09-24 - Publisher: Cambridge University Press

This book describes the development of Antarctic science over three centuries against a background of advances in techniques of travelling and working in the polar environment and changing political attitudes to a remote and unknown part of the world.
History Of Antarctic Science
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Authors: G. E. Fogg, Gordon Elliott Fogg
Categories: Nature
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