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Graham Land and South Shetland Islands / Scotia Sea

By: Alison Cook(Author), Andreas Cziferszky(Author), Adrian Fox(Author), Oliva Martin(Author), Laura Gerrish(Author)
1 folded colour map, scale 1: 1,000,000 (Graham Land/South Shetland Islands), 1:4,000,000 (Scotia Sea)
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A folded double-sided map of Graham Land and the South Shetland Islands, with the Scotia Sea on the reverse. For those embarking on a cruise of the Antarctic Peninsula, this map makes the ideal companion as it covers your journey from Ushuaia through the Drake Passage and as far south as Marguerite Bay. This map is a co-publication between the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust and the British Antarctic Survey, who did the cartography.

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By: Alison Cook(Author), Andreas Cziferszky(Author), Adrian Fox(Author), Oliva Martin(Author), Laura Gerrish(Author)
1 folded colour map, scale 1: 1,000,000 (Graham Land/South Shetland Islands), 1:4,000,000 (Scotia Sea)
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