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Antarctic Landscapes, 2020 calendar By Brian Lockett
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A dozen photos of Antarctic Landscapes. Locations include: Cape Wild and Cape Lookout on Elephant Island, Paulet Island, the Weddell Sea, Neko Harbor in Andvord Bay on the Antarctic Peninsula, and... More > Deception Island.< Less
South 2015: an Antarctic voyage to remember By Sandi Rhys Jones
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This lively account, illustrated with stunning photographs, tells the story of an Antarctic voyage to mark the dedication of the southern part of the British Antarctic Monument in the Falkland... More > Islands and to visit the places in the Antarctic Peninsula where those who died in the pursuit of science lived and worked. The voyage began in Ushuaia, and continued from the Falklands to South Georgia, Signy Island, Hope Bay, Port Lockroy, Lemaire Channel, Argentine Islands, Horseshoe Bay, Rothera and Stonington (68.11 South), returning via Paradise Bay, Deception Island and the Drake Passage. The voyagers included many Fids (those who worked for British Antarctic Survey and its predecessor the Falkland Island Dependency Survey) who shared their experiences of exploration in this most inhospitable of places - a potent mix of camaraderie and challenge. We witnessed a marriage on the ice, walked amongst 400,000 king penguins and visited remote British and Ukrainian research stations. A voyage to remember.< Less
Antarctica By Michael Littlefair
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A copy of my PhD thesis which was a study of the metalliferous mineralization in the Western Antarctic Peninsula.
The Suit : Episode 8 - The Holiday By K. Murray Smith
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Jeff gets an unexpected opportunity to visit his girlfriend in Australia. The Suit returns from a mission in the Antarctic with bad news.
Chocolate Moose and the Antartic Adventure By Joseph Cools
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Two stuffed animals, Chocolate Moose and Leonard G. Penguin explore the Antarctic regions, moving from Ushuaia Argentina to the Falkland Islands, then to South Georgia Island and the Antarctic... More > peninsula. They encounter many species of animals along the way, and share many adventures as they learn about the natural history, early explorers and the ecosystem of the Southern Ocean and Antarctica. The book is geared to 9 year old children, but can be enjoyed on many levels by all age groups. Original photos taken by the author and his wife help illustrate the fascinating wildlife and physical characteristics of all the lands Chocolate and Leonard visit.< Less
Chocolate Moose and the Antartic Adventure By Joseph Cools
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Two stuffed animals, Chocolate Moose and Leonard G. Penguin explore the Antarctic regions, moving from Ushuaia Argentina to the Falkland Islands, then to South Georgia Island and the Antarctic... More > peninsula. They encounter many species of animals along the way, and share many adventures as they learn about the natural history, early explorers and the ecosystem of the Southern Ocean and Antarctica. The book is geared to 9 year old children, but can be enjoyed on many levels by all age groups. Original photos taken by the author and his wife help illustrate the fascinating wildlife and physical characteristics of all the lands Chocolate and Leonard visit.< Less
A Step Too Far By Peter Bland
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Peter Bland’s life has always been about overcoming challenges and taking that extra step, but sometimes it’s been a step too far. Like the time he stepped from his tent during an... More > unsupported crossing of the Antarctic peninsula and was swept away by an avalanche, ending up unconscious and near death 40 metres down a crevasse. Or the time he dived under a stricken yacht adrift among icebergs in the Southern Ocean on a voyage to the South Magnetic Pole – without a wet suit and with the external air temperature minus 60 degrees Celsius – in order to free a rope that was wrapped around the propeller. Or how after major heart surgery to repair a massive aneurysm he dragged a sled 650 kilometres to become the first Australian to reach both magnetic poles. A Step Too Far is Peter’s story. It is a tale of gripping adventure and survival in some of the planet’s most inhospitable regions. It is an exciting and utterly absorbing study of a great adventurer.< Less

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