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Voyage to the South : selection and social-psychological implications on polar personnel
A review of literature suggested the importance of social-psychological adaptation among polar personnel (i.e., scientists and support personnel) in Antarctica. Most research investigated biomedical, social-psychological, ...
Insights into the second voyage of the Terra Nova, British Antarctic Expedition, 1910-13, from the diary of A. B. William McDonald
Able Seaman William McDonald, my paternal grandfather, sailed on the Second and Third Voyages of the British Antarctic Expedition. He kept a diary of the Second Voyage, 1911-12, in which he recorded the progress of the ...