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by E. K. Eric Gunderson

Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Author: E. K. Eric Gunderson
ISBN: 0875901212
ISBN13: 978-0875901213
Language: English
Publisher: American Geophysical Union; 1 edition (January 8, 1991)
Pages: 131
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Antarctic Poem highlights the importance of the polar region to the. global climate 'The IPCC recently released a report stating that should we not drastically cut down on our greenhouse gas emissions within the next 12 years, global temperatures will rise above . degrees, leading to catastrophic outcomes for our world. He didn’t just take pictures; he captured stories of human and planetary events that were exciting, startling and as relevant today as they were on the Antarctic ice-shelf over 100 years ag.

Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Antarctic Research Series, Volume 22.This volume was made possible by the interest and support of George A. Llano, Office of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation. He originally suggested the need for such a review of research on man's adaptation to the antarctic environment and gave encouragement and assistance in carrying out this objective.In the planning of this volume the decision was made to solicit contributions from investigators who were actively engaged in antarctic research. An effort was made to encompass all major medical and behavioral investigations and to reflect the multidisciplinary and multinational character of research in Antarctica. It was possible to obtain contributions from distinguished scientists who themselves directed major national programs and who were in excellent positions to review progress over the past decade.
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