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Space to Place: The Cultural Landscape of Ross Island, Antarctica; A preliminary investigation
Cultural landscapes are the landscapes that people have modified or altered in some way, usually through settlement. The changes humans make to the landscape can be physical, (roads, buildings) or the changes can be ...
The Bigger The Ship The Bigger The Mess: Large Ship Tourism in the Antarctic: A Recommendation
Recalling Recommendation VIII-9 that tourism is a natural development in the Antarctic and requires regulation. Reaffirming The Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty 1991 seeks to enhance the protection ...
New Zealand and Antarctica; A Evolving Relationship
(University of Canterbury, 2002)
New Zealand's association with Antarctica is due essentially to the close geographical proximity of the two lands. Beginning with Captain James Cook in 1773 New Zealand's connection with Antarctica as a logistic support ...