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Conservation Land Management (CLM) is a quarterly magazine that is widely regarded as essential reading for all who are involved in land management for nature conservation, across the British Isles. CLM includes long-form articles, events listings, publication reviews, new product information and updates, reports of conferences and letters.

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Adelaide Island and Arrowsmith Peninsula (map)

Series: BAS 250P Volume: SQ 19-20/14
By: Magdalena Biszczuk(Author)
colour photos, 2 colour maps, scale 1:250,000, size folded 13.5 × 22.5 cm, size unfolded 84 × 88 cm
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Adelaide Island and the Arrowsmith Peninsula of Antarctica at 1:250,000 on a double-sided map from the British Antarctic Survey presenting on one side contoured topographic mapping and on the reverse a stunning satellite image of the same area which includes BAS’s Rothera base.

The topographic map has contours at 250 m intervals with colouring for rocky outcrops, while the shading and colouring of the satellite image on the reverse has greater visual impact and provides a more vivid presentation of the terrain. Both sides include an overprint showing locations permanent and summer-only scientific stations, huts, Historic Sites and Monuments (HSMs) and Antarctic Specially Protected Areas (ASPAs). Also provided are notes about the history of exploration of this area, the Rothera Research station and local place names.

The map is printed on water-resistant paper and is available as either a folded map, or a flat wall map that will be delivered in a poster roll.

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Series: BAS 250P Volume: SQ 19-20/14
By: Magdalena Biszczuk(Author)
colour photos, 2 colour maps, scale 1:250,000, size folded 13.5 × 22.5 cm, size unfolded 84 × 88 cm
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