The Polar Shelf: The Saga of Canada's Arctic Scientists
NC Press, 1986 - Arctic regions - 127 pages
Describes the different kinds of research being done by Canadian scientists in the Arctic, explains how they adapt to the extremely cold weather, and looks at a variety of Arctic animals
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