Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
  

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Contents

Antarctica since the IGY.
2
International Geophysical Year, 1957, Antarctic regions
Antarctic research and the relevance of science
2
Polar research
Emergence of Antarctica: the mythical land
5
Antarctic exploration
Antarctic treaty
11
Antarctic Treaty (1959)
Political experiment in Antarctica
16
Polar research
Upper atmosphere as seen from Antarctica
55
Atmosphere, Upper, Polar research
Drilling through the ice cap: probing climate for a thousand centuries
62
Drilling and boring (Ice), Polar research, Antarctic regions (Climate)
Survey of Antarctic biology: life below freezing
67
Ecology (Antarctic regions), Wildlife (Antarctic regions)
Evolution of a venture in Antarctic science; Operation Tabarin and the British Antarctic survey
75
Sir Vivian Fuchs; 1908-1999, Antarctic exploration
Developing the U.S. Antarctic research program
81
Antarctic exploration, Polar research

Antarctica: experimental proving ground for peaceful coexistence and international collaboration
22
Polar research
International cooperation in Antarctica, the next decade
29
Polar research
Antarctic geology and Gondwanaland
33
Continental drift, Geology (Antarctic regions)
Polar ice and the global climate machine
40
Atmospheric research, Climate, Ice (Polar regions)
Antarctic meteorology
48
Air pollution (Antarctic regions), Meteorology (International aspects)
Antarctic research: a pattern of science management
85
National Science Foundation (U.S.), Polar research
Science and logistics in Antarctica
90
Antarctic exploration
Antarctic: any economic future?
94
Natural resources (Antarctic regions)
Long look ahead
100
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