2 edition of Scientific work of our polar expedition found in the catalog.
Scientific work of our polar expedition
E. K. Fedorov
Head and tail pieces.
|Statement||by E. Fydorov.|
|LC Classifications||G630.R8 F4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28,  p. incl. plates, ports.|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||41017680|
Polar Expeditions and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein by Grace Biamonte and Taylor Humin The novel Frankenstein is an epistolary novel, framed by the story of Captain Robert Walton, who is on his own expedition to the North Pole. On this journey, Captain Walton meets our true. The Ziegler Polar Expedition , Anthony Fiala, commander: scientific results obtained under the direction of William J. Peters, representative of the National Geographic Society in charge of scientific work (Book, )  Get this from a library!
Fridtjof Nansen, (born Octo , Store-Frøen, near Kristiania [now Oslo], Norway—died , Lysaker, near Oslo), Norwegian explorer, oceanographer, statesman, and humanitarian who led a number of expeditions to the Arctic (, , –96) and oceanographic expeditions in the North Atlantic (, –14). For his relief work after World War I he was awarded the. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Science on Ice: Four Polar Expeditions at nd: Chris Linder.
Speak to your Polar Travel Advisor who can explain where your voyage will embark and provide information on the nearest airport. Transfer flights are sometimes included in your package and are arranged by Quark Expeditions. Some embarkations require passengers to book flights at preferred times. Speak to your polar travel advisor. Polar exploration is the process of exploration of the polar regions of Earth – the Arctic region and Antarctica – particularly with the goal of reaching the North Pole and South Pole, ically, this was accomplished by explorers making often arduous travels on foot or by sled in these regions, known as a polar expedition.
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The book reads almost as a Scientific work of our polar expedition book, a scientific piece of research as well as a love story.
The author had became almost obsessed by the expedition which she had read about as a teenager. She trained as a doctor and using all her skills she has explored the different theories as to why they died when other polar expeditions have survived similar conditions/5(16).
Get this from a library. Scientific work of our polar expedition. [E K Fedorov]. Chris Linder and his journalist friends answer that question with exquisite photography and sensitive, informed writing as they journey with scientists to the polar regions.
Through Science on Ice, the reader participates in expeditions and becomes aware of the method of inquiry, known as Science, by which, with relevant foreknowledge, questions are asked such that with a bit of creativity (but sometimes 5/5(1).
The intent of the book is clearly to elevate the stature of George Murray Levick (who most of us never heard of) as an Antarctic explorer. The book focuses (almost obsesses) on the sex lives of Adelie penguins and by comparison of people/5(27). Polar exploration is at once the cleanest and most isolated way of having a bad time which has been devised, wrote Apsley Cherry-Garrard of his time with the Scott expedition to the South Pole.
And thats how most of us still imagine polar expeditions: stolid men with ice riming their beards drawing sledges and risking death for scientific knowledge/5.
The Polar Bear Expedition is exhaustively researched and rich in detail. A very fine book.” (Mitchell Yockelson, author of Forty-Seven Days: How Pershing’s Warriors Came of Age to Defeat the German Army in World War I) “James Carl Nelson deserves an A for his excellent book, The Polar Bear Expedition.” (Wall Street Journal)/5(50).
On the whole, the amount and value of the scientific work accomplished, notwithstanding the limitations in equipment, the accidents and exigencies incident to polar exploration and the severe attendant physical conditions under which work in polar regions must be performed, are greatly to the credit of all concerned in the observational work and in the reduction and publication of the results.
"Frozen in Time" is a fascinating look at the fate of the Franklin expedition. In the 's a series of scientific expeditions headed off to the Arctic to exhume the remains of three bodies buried before the expedition got into real trouble and disappeared/5.
His next book, The Plight of the Penguin, won Book of the Year at the NZ Post Children's Book Awards, as well as winning the He received the PEN (NZ) Best First Book Award for Non-fiction for Penguin: A Season in the Life of the Adelie Penguin, the story of /5.
Arctic, Expeditions, Oceanography, Scientific research, Sea ice Already since early December Dmitry Divine, a researcher at the Norwegian Polar Institute, and many international colleagues have been working in the cold and dark of the Arctic Ocean on the largest Arctic research expedition to date - MOSAiC (Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory.
EXACTLY a year ago we were preparing for of the press an article on the plans we had made for our scientific work on the drifting icefloe. This Cited by: 5.
This book was actually two separate stories: the Franklin expedition (and various others around the same time) then the story of the scientific endeavor to investigate the tragedy. The first part is good enough though not particularly well by: Early sailors in the polar seas, and both Arctic and Antarctic explorers of the heroic age, used a range of tactics to increase enjoyment and knowledge, including amateur theatricals, musicals, ship's or expedition's newspapers, and lectures on topics including the polar science of the day.
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Nobu Shirase. Polar Sciences Many polar expeditions were centered on the concept of scientific research as they ventured into the last unexplored areas of our planet. Proposed New British Polar Expedition Septem To the North Pole by Balloon J Wellman’s Airship for His North Polar Expedition By the Paris Correspondent of the Scientific.
The Norwegian North Polar Expedition, –6. Scientific Results. Vol. On Dead Water. By V. Walfrid Ekman. (London: Longmans, Green and Co., )Author: W.
White. Drawing on his own polar experiences, Chris Turney reveals why witnessed the dawn of a new age in our understanding of the natural world. The tales of endurance, self-sacrifice and technological innovation that marked laid the foundation for modern scientific exploration and have continued to inspire future generations.
The Worst Journey in the World recounts Robert Falcon Scott's ill-fated expedition to the South Pole. Apsley Cherry-Garrard, the youngest member of Scott's team and one of three men to make and survive the notorious Winter Journey, draws on his firsthand experiences as well as the diaries of his compatriots to create a stirring and detailed account of Scott's legendary exp/5.
Chris Linder and his journalist friends answer that question with exquisite photography and sensitive, informed writing as they journey with scientists to the polar regions.
Through Science on Ice, the reader participates in expeditions and becomes aware of the method of inquiry, known as Science, by which, with relevant foreknowledge, questions are asked such that with a bit of creativity (but sometimes.
Why people don’t go on Expeditions. They assume that they don’t have the time/money/knowledge needed. They want to go on an expedition, but never quite manage to commit.
To take the plunge. To start. They think expeditions are just about being waist deep in mud, sweating, or freezing, and hungry. They think expeditions are being. Interviews. Barnes & Noble Review Interview with Hampton Sides In Julythe U.S.
Navy vessel Jeannette set out on an ill- starred voyage of polar exploration via the Bering Strait. In an age in which the Arctic and Antarctic poles represented the last elements of the unknown, voyages like the one helmed by George Washington DeLong represented the last proving ground for heroism and /5(63).AFTER discussion at a meeting of explorers and geographers interested in the study of the polar regions, a statement was submitted to the congress held at Mons in September,setting forth.Your first book is The First Crossing of Greenland, by Nobel Peace Prize winner Fridtjof Nansen.
The reason I chose this book is that it was the beginning of modern polar exploration. Nansen devised a technique using skis, and – by devising specialised equipment – particularly the broad-runnered sledge.