Now showing items 1-3 of 3
Applications of Fractal Geometry and Chaos Theory in Antarctic Research
Chaos theory, with its recently-discovered mathematical tool of fractal geometry, is a new way Of thinking and of analysing data. Its intuitive appeal is that it not only removes the long-standing polarity between stochastic ...
The stability of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet
(University of Canterbury, 2001)
Given that Antarctica contains more ice and snow than all the rest of the world's glaciers and snow fields combined, there are obvious concerns about what would happen to the earth's sea level if some or all Of Antarctica's ...
From Vostok to Vostok: Antarctic Discoveries
Simple words which are found carved into the cross atop Observation Hill on Hut Point, Ross Island, to commemorate the final 1910 - 1913 Antarctic party of Scott, who all perished On their return journey from the South ...