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Antarctic adventures: A preliminary investigation into the personal implications of trips by adventurous New Zealanders to Antarctic, between the years 1956 and 2001.
This report undertakes a preliminary investigation into the personal implications of Antarctic adventures. It attempts to identify the factors that attract adventurers to Antarctica, and the implications or personal 'costs' ...
Giant icebergs: A review of the recent calving of icebergs from the Ross Ice Shelf
(University of Canterbury, 2001)
The Ross Ice Shelf, the largest in Antarctica, is a huge sheet of glacial ice and snow extending from the eastern Antarctic mainland, into the southern Ross Sea. These ice shelves are thick sheets of floating freshwater ...
Valuing Antarctic: Why, How and With What Result?
In society today, economic valuation is often assumed to be the only possible way of assigning value to things as it is the principal method used by most government and corporate policy makers. It is because Of this that ...