Medical Research on Arctic and Antarctic Expeditions
Aleksandr Lʹvovich Matusov
Israel Program for Scientific Translations, 1973 - Adaptation (Biology) - 209 pages
A collection of papers summarizing the results of clinical, physiological, hygienic, and psychological studies conducted by physicians of the Soviet Antarctic expeditions and "Serernyi polyus" (North Pole) drifing stations.
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