By: James D Hansom and John E Gordon
402 pages, B/w photos, illus, figs, tabs
A new geography of Antarctica which examines the differing and sometimes conflicting interests in the conservation, economic potential and climatic significance of the great southern continent, the Southern Ocean and the subantarctic islands - against a background of the physical and natural systems of the region and their interactions.
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