Antarctica in the International Geophysical Year: Based on a Symposium on the Antarctic, Issue 1
American Geophysical Union of the National Academy of Sciences-National Research Council, 1956 - Antarctic regions - 133 pages
Includes papers on geographic, meteorological, geological, and structural aspects of Antarctica. Also includes discussions on the upper atmospheric physics and the flora and fauna of Antarctica.
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Antarctic Research during the International Geophysical Year H Wexler
GEOGRAPHIC AND METEOROLOGICAL
The Weddell Sea Area Finn Ronne
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