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Antarctic Explorer [English]: Visitor's Map of the Antarctic Peninsula Region and map of the Antarctic Continent

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Nigel Sitwell
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Map | Nov 2009 | #183259 | ISBN-13: 9780954371760
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An excellent foldout map of Antarctica. On one side there is a map of the Antarctic continent, around which succinct biographies of Antarctic explorers from William Spiers Bruce to Edward Wilson are shown. On the other side there are many fine colour photographs of seals, penguins and other Antarctic wildlife, together with an inset box summarising the Antarctic Treaty and other information on Antarctic waters, Cape Horn, Tierra del Fuego, the Beagle Channel, the Falkland Islands and South Georgia. Aimed at visitors arriving by sea.

Also available in German and Japanese.

Map of Antarctica including Tierra del Fuego, the Falkland Islands (Malvinas), South Georgia, South Orkneys and South Shetlands (1:2750000); map of the Antarctic continent including an enlargement of the Ross Island region (1:12250000); the explorers; the Antarctic Treaty.

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