The Future of Antarctica: exploitation versus preservation
Manchester University Press, 1990 - Nature - 172 pages
Proceedings of a conference whose multidisciplinary approach provide an overview of the debate about appropriate future environmental protection of Antarctica, particularly in relation to possible exploitation of its little known mineral resources.
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Science as an Antarctic resource Richard Laws
The political case for the Minerals Convention John Heap
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