Antarctica and Global Climatic Change
Symposium addresses the importance of Antarctica and its surrounding ocean in studies of global climatic change. Three main sections: current state of knowledge; atmosphere, ice and ocean; and, ecology and management responses.
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review of prominent issues
a geological perspective
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