Edited By: Keith R Benson and Helen M Rozwadowski
393 pages, Figs
The story of science practiced in the Arctic and Antarctic extremes is a story of an unfamiliar and forbidding environment transformed over the course of two centuries into a viable and indispensable place of scientific study. This volume includes papers presented at the Fourth Maury Conference and Workshop in Barrow, Alaska.
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