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Busen Region, South Georgia (map)

Series: BAS 25 Volume: sheets 5A / 5B
By: British Antarctic Survey (BAS)(Author)
colour photos, 1 colour map, scale 1:25,000, size folded 14.5 × 23 cm, size unfolded 69 × 88 cm
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This double-sided map features a topographic map of the Busen Region on side A and local information and photos regarding a number of topics on the reverse. Side A shows contours at 25 m intervals and the locations of ice, rivers and lakes. Man-made features are also shown at the disused whaling stations of Leith, Stromness and Husvik. Side B presents information about topics including The Shackleton Crossing, local climate and geology, and the glacial history and geomorphology.

The map 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 25 Volume: sheets 5A / 5B
By: British Antarctic Survey (BAS)(Author)
colour photos, 1 colour map, scale 1:25,000, size folded 14.5 × 23 cm, size unfolded 69 × 88 cm
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