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Antarctic Tourism – Where to Now?
This paper examines the fixture of tourism in the Antarctic. It raises some fundamental policy issues and aims to challenge some preconceptions of tourism' s role and impact on the continent. The test it puts to governments ...
Shackleton’s Epic Journey, 1916
It is often claimed that there has never been a greater feat of seamanship than Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton's open boat voyage from Elephant Island to South Georgia in 1916 after the loss of his ship Endurance. Ernest ...
Antarctic seaborne tourism
(University of Canterbury, 1999)
Antarctic tourism has been in existence for approximately thirty-five years, Tourist activities have covered a number of interests, some well documented in the literature, but others earning only scant reference. Essentially ...