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Antarctic Maps and their Reason for Existence
The reasons for the Antarctic mapping have changed over time. By studying these reasons, it can be seen that mapping and surveying are strongly dependant on what resources Antarctica is perceived to have. Five reasons for ...
Dating of Soils in Antarctica and the evidence they provide towards the Sirus Formation Controversy
(University of Canterbury, 2003)
The understanding of how soil properties develop and change over time can be used to date soil and till surfaces. These rates of development have then been used in many studies to determine the glacial history of Antarctica. ...
Exclusive Economic Zones: Should they be allowed in Antarctic waters?
In the first half Of the twentieth Century, seven states made claims, in some instances conflicting claims, to parts of Antarctica. Political, practical and scientific factors during this time led to the 1959 Antarctic ...