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Australian Antarctic bibliography

Russell W. Knight

Australian Antarctic bibliography

by Russell W. Knight

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Published by Institute of Antarctic and Southern Ocean Studies, University of Tasmania in [Hobart, Tas.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australian Antarctic Territory
    • Subjects:
    • Australian Antarctic Territory -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Aus89-No.3, Jan.89

      Statement[compiled and word processed by R.W. Knight].
      GenreBibliography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ6005.P7 K59 1987, G890.A83 K59 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 463 p. ;
      Number of Pages463
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1784222M
      ISBN 100859013707
      LC Control Number89178344

      Australian Antarctic Division: Leading Australia’s Antarctic Program. Home About us Library. Australian Antarctic Division Library. Library Services supports the research activities of the Australian Antarctic Program. Our primary clients are Australian Antarctic Division researchers and staff.   Only the author's initials are included regardless of the presentation of the author's name in the source document. • Capitalisation practice should be consistent. • Titles and subtitles of books are given minimal capitalisation. • Only the first letter of the first word of the title and proper nouns (the names of peoples, place or organisations, etc.) are : Jean Coleman.

      Numerous people have contributed the construction of the bibliography, and I would like to express my thanks to all of them. In particular, the late Fauno Cordes, whose pioneering research into the field of fictional representations of Antarctica has provided an excellent springboard for further scholarly study, was very generous and enthusiastic in supplying information and material. Midwest Book Review "Few scientists delight in the subjects of their study with the renaissance manner of Nicol. In The Curious Life of Krill, Nicol combines science, philosophy, art, and conservation to tell a deeply personal story of his life's work: Antarctic krill. He does so with insight, humor, and engaging, accessible prose that.

      Find out more about Australia’s scientific research, our ships and aircraft, life on our Antarctic and sub-Antarctic stations, Antarctic wildlife, expeditioner recruitment, and much more. You will also receive links to our new videos and webcam images, our education activities and services, as well as exhibitions, events and book launches.   John Riddoch Rymill (), polar explorer and farmer, was born on 13 March at Penola, South Australia, younger son of Robert Rymill, farmer, and his wife Mary Edith, daughter of John his father was killed in a motor accident.


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