2 edition of Australia in the Antarctic found in the catalog.
Australia in the Antarctic
R. A. Swan
|LC Classifications||G870 .S9 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||432|
|LC Control Number||62016084|
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Federation University Australia Historical Collection (Geoffrey Blainey Research Centre), Mount Helen. Australia and Antarctica The Australian Antarctic Territory (AAT) covers nearly million square kilometres, about 42% of the Antarctic continent.
Australia’s sovereignty over the AAT is based on discovery and a long historical association with this region of the continent. Australia has been active in Antarctic research andFile Size: 1MB. Antarctic Days with Mawson.
A personal account of the British Australian and New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition of MAWSON Douglas. (By. The following is a bibliography of scholarly articles and books, written in or translated into English, dealing with the Antarctica within a cultural or literary studies framework.
The list does not include papers containing scientific, economic, environmental or political analysis of Antarctica or Antarctic. Rejecting a position on Scott's ill-fated South Pole team, Australian explorer Douglas Mawson sets off with his own plans in December to explore the unknown Antarctic coast south of Australia.
The Home of the Blizzard is Mawson's thrilling account of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, which set its base camp in a region of terrific yearlong windstorms and blizzards.
Australia's role in the Antarctic Treaty system A new book marking 50 years of the Antarctic Treaty, to be published in lateshines a light on Australia's involvement in the Antarctic Treaty system (Photo: Kristin Yates). Description. This is the first book whose subject is the music, sounds and silences of Antarctica.
From untilAustralia marked its long-standing connection with Antarctica by celebrating the centenary of the Australasian Antarctic : Bruce Watson.
was a year for major anniversaries in Antarctic Exploration. It marked years since Scott's ill-fated British expedition (an anniversary which captured a lot of media coverage) but many Australians may not know that it was also years since the first Australian Antarctic Expedition headed by Sir Douglas Mawson.
Purchase 3 or more books and get FREE delivery on and the nature of, the growth of Australian interest and activities in the Antarctic region since the days of early settlement in Australia.' From the Preface.
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Explorer From Australia Sets Record In Antarctica With the help of a wind kite, Geoff Wilson made the longest unsupported polar journey across Antarctica. Wilson, a. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Law, P.G.
(Phillip Garth), Australia and the Antarctic. Lucia, University of Queensland Press, Antarctic open-sea whaling is booming and a territorial race for the mysterious continent between Norwegian and British-Australian interests is in full swing.
This was the era when Antarctica was closed to women, in spite of hundreds applying to expeditions. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Swan, R.A. (Robert Arthur), Australia in the Antarctic. [Parkville, Australia] Melbourne. switch to the Australia edition Antarctic diary records horror at finding Captain Scott's body Scott had begun a second Antarctic expedition in Junestarting for the South Pole in.
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InAustralian astrophysicist Rodney Marks keeled over and died at the U.S.-administered Scott-Amundsen station, in New Zealand-claimed Antarctic territory. Thanks to the brutal weather, he was kept on ice for six months before being flown to New Zealand for a routine autopsy. Australia has three research stations on the Antarctic coast.
But it's getting crowded. There are close to 80 separate facilities open in Antarctica, with more under construction. The entries in the Antarctic Fiction Bibliography are first listed by year published and then alphabetically within that year, with a general story description.
One of the difficulties of classifying a book as Antarctic fiction is the definition of the degree to which it should be about Antarctica or the extent that the plot occurs in Antarctica. Escape to some of the most stunning wilderness that planet Earth has to offer with an Antarctica Cruise by Eclipse Travel.
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