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The Love of the Thing
The Southern Cross Antarctic Expedition 1898-1900 is a largely forgotten chapter in Antarctic history. It departed St. Katharine's Dock, London in August 1898 amidst great public excitement and speculation, which was ...
Human Circadian Rhythms in the Antarctic
(University of Canterbury, 2002)
The 24-hour light and 24-hour dark conditions in high latitudes have affected polar explorers and expeditioners since the heroic era. The peculiar light conditions have also made Antarctica a natural laboratory for human ...
The Elimination of IUU Fishing in the Southern Ocean
At the start of the new millennium, fisheries statistics reported that around 70 % of the world's fisheries were severely overexploited (Crothers, 1998). After centuries Of fishing in local coastal waters, an eventual ...