1 edition of Antarctic bibliography found in the catalog.
|Statement||prepared by the Library of Congress ; Geza T. Thuronyi, editor.|
|Contributions||Thuronyi, Geza T., Library of Congress.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 783 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||783|
Lieutenant Nobu Shirase and the Japanese Antarctic Expedition of — A Bibliography By Chet Ross Santa Monica, CA: Adélie Books. , First Edition, First Printing. 8vo, pp. . Kim Stanley Robinson's Antarctica is the rare sort of book that can make the walls dissolve around you while reading it, so that you are no longer surrounded by the comfortable environs of your living room, or bedroom, but rather are completely immersed in the world described by the novelist: in this case, the knee-weakening, heartache beauty of the frozen southern continent/5.
Sara Wheeler brings her Antarctic experience to bear on her biography of the reserved but passionate polar explorer Apsley Cherry-Garrard Lucy Moore Sun 4 Nov EST First published on Sun. Aurora Australis (), Edited By Ernest H. Shackleton: A New Description of the First State of the First Book Published on the Antarctic Continent. By Martin L. Greene. By Martin L. Greene. Appearing in Book Talk: Essays on Books, Booksellers, Collecting, and Special Collections By Robert H. Jackson, Carol Zeman Rothkopf.
Antarctica: A Biography. By David Day. Oxford University Press, pp, £ ISBN Published 24 January Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research citation style guide with bibliography and in-text referencing examples: Journal articles Books Book chapters Reports Web pages. PLUS: Download citation style files for your favorite reference manager.
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Bibliography of Antarctica Adie, Raymond J. - Antarctic Geology and Geophysics: Proceedings of a symposium, Oslo, Norway, August Alexander, Caroline - The Endurance: Shackleton's legendary Antarctic expedition.
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They may be accessed by the "Bibliography" tab at the top of most pages, or via the "Related Topics" box in the sidebar. David Day's brilliant biography of Antarctica describes in fascinating detail every aspect of this vast land's history--two centuries of exploration, scientific investigation, and contentious geopolitics.
Drawing from archives from around the world, Day provides a sweeping, large-scale history of Antarctica.5/5(1). Special emphasis is placed on all listings in Michael Rosove's Antarctic Bibliography and encompassing publications from up to present day.
Unique to Chet Ross Rare Books are books related to the Japanese Antarctic Expedition of. A classic account of a journey that has passed into Antarctic folklore. This book is about courage, misery, starvation, heroism, exploration, discovery, and friendship. It vividly illustrates the demands of science and the rigours of travel.
It is a record of the coldest darkest days. Antarctica: a Biography. By David Day. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. $ (hardcover). ISBN In Antarctica: A Biography, Australian writer David Day presents a comprehensive political history of Antarctica from to That may sound dull and boring to scientists, but Day livens it up with anecdotes, accounts of squabbles, and insights that, Author: Charles R.
Bentley. Encompassing over five years of research, this is the first bibliography of works by and about Lt. Nobu Shirase and the Japanese Antarctic Expedition of ; includes first hand accounts, biographies, analyses of the expedition, a synopsis of the expedition's history, a concise life story of Shirase, etc.
Blue leather spine over blue cloth boards. The title of this book, Antarctica: a Biography, might cause some initial confusion but this is rectified by the publisher’s puff on the front inside flap of the dust jacket where it is described as ‘the first major international history of this forbidding continent’.
However, the title does serve the author’s purpose in prompting the reader to consider not only the discovery and geography of the Antarctic. 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. The Antarctic book: winter quarters By.
Shackleton, Ernest Henry, Sir, Mawson, Douglas, Sir, Marston, George. The Antarctic Bibliography ( – ) covers all disciplines related to the region including biological and geological sciences, medical sciences, meteorology, oceanography, atmospheric and terrestrial physics, expeditions, logistics equipment and supplies, and tourism.
Antarctic Bibliography Description Covers all disciplines related to the Antarctic region research and exploration, including biological and geological sciences, medical sciences, meteorology, oceanography, atmospheric and terrestrial physics, expeditions, logistics equipment and supplies, and tourism.
The 20 Best Books About The Arctic and Antarctic To Read Mar 3, If you are interested in the Arctic or the Antarctic then this is a selection of 20 of the best books about the Arctic and Antartica you can read. Far from being a story of life in Antarctica, this is a bare chronicle of Anglo/Euro/American politics, a long research report published in book form.
We learn almost nothing about the continent itself, and the vaunted explorers remain mere names, or at best, caricatures/5. `Antarctica: A Biography' is a huge scholarly piece of work by the well respected and award winning author-historian David Day who has conducted detailed primary and secondary research in institutions and archives throughout the world plus accessing a wide range of journals, reports, correspondence by: Alfred Lansing’s best selling book tells the extraordinary tale of survival and recounts the epic stories of the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition.
It’s the gripping account of Shackleton’s legendary perseverance, his leadership and the attempts to bring his entire crew home safely after losing his ship in the ice; an unforgettable.
Antarctica: A Biography is the first ever major international history of this forbidding continent - from the eighteenth century voyages of discovery to the fierce rivalries of today, as governments, scientists, environmentalists, and oil companies compete for control.5/5.Antarctic Bibliography In addition to providing current literature coverage sincethe Antarctic Bibliography Project, under a separate funding agreement with the National Sci-ence Foundation, undertook to prepare a retrospec-tive bibliography for the period This bibliography will be issued in book form with in-dexes.The papers and books listed below have been selected from Current Antarctic Literature, nos.
(April ) through (March ).They represent the contribution to antarctic research published by U.S. authors over the period 1 April through 31 March