2 edition of Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition found in the catalog.
Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition
Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition.
|Statement||General editor: David Brunt.|
|Contributions||Brunt, David, b. 1886, ed.|
|LC Classifications||QC801.3 .R68|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||62065939|
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The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition Halley Bay, The Royal Society Expedition to Antarctica was one of the major British contributions to the International Geo physical Year. An extensive research program in geo magnetism, aurora and airglow, radio astronomy, iono.
The royal society international geophysical year antarctic expedition Halley Bay, Coats Land, Falkland Island dependencies Beynon, W. Abstract. Not Available. Publication: Journal of Atmospheric and Terrestrial Physics.
Pub Date: March DOI: /(66) Author: W.J.G. Beynon. The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition Halley Bay (General Editor) Sir David Brunt. Published In Four Volumes, Price £7 (U.S. $ Author: H. The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Expedition to Antarctica apparent that the volume of stores to be taken with the two expeditions was too great for the Magga Dan alone, the M.V.
Tottan was chartered for the second year in succession, to take approximately tons of stores for the Royal SocietyAuthor: R.
Smart. Brunt, Sir David (ed.) () The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition: Halley Bay, Coats Land, Falkland Islands DependenciesVolume 1: Introductions; Aurora and airglow; geomagnetism London: The Royal Society.
Collis, C. () ‘Mawson and Mirnyy Stations: the spatiality of the Australian Antarctic. Royal Society. Through the illustrious example of the first British National Antarctic Expedition, this collection demonstrates how scientific observations were gathered in Antarctica between and by Captain Scott and his crew, brought back to England, analysed and circulated in a variety of scientific publications.
From a set of photographic negatives taken by George Hemmen, former Expedition’s Officer for the Royal Society and who was originally appointed as Stores Officer by the Falkland Island Dependencies Survey (FIDS) to organise the International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition on behalf of the Royal Society.
The Picture Library website of the Royal Society. Maritime landscape showing an iceberg on the Weddell Sea, photographed from the deck of the MS Magga Dan. The main party for the Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition and the main party of the Commonwealth Trans Antarctic Expedition set sail for Antarctica on the MS Magga Dan.
Here in the Royal Society Library we’ve been busy cataloguing a collection of papers relating to the Society’s expedition to Cold snaps 5 December by Katherine Marshall.
The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition. Halley Bay, Coats Land, Falkland Islands Dependencies, vol. 3, Seismology and Meteorology. Sir David Brunt, Ed. Royal Society, London, xviii + pp. $23Author: Perry Byerly.
The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition. Halley Bay, Coats Land, Falkland Islands Dependencies, Vol. London, Royal Society,p. ) [Snow accumulation, ice-hill investigations and the surface of the ice shelf.].
In three ventures—Ross's geomagnetic survey of tothe first Scott expedition of to and the British contribution to the International Geophysical Year of to —it made major contributions to the planning and support of Antarctic Cited by: 5. Royal Society international geophysical year Antarctic expedition, Book ISBN: Publication year(s): Author/Editor: Brunt, David Publisher: The Royal Society.
the Royal Society publication The United Kingdom Contribution to the International Geophysical Year, (), and the full results will be published in The Royal Society I.G.
Antarctic Expedition, Halley Bay, Coats Land, Falkiand Islands Dependencies, (four volumes, ). David Brunt and Royal Society (Great Britain), The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition: Halley Bay, Coats Land, Falkland Islands Dependencies, –, 4 vols.
(London: Royal Society, ). Google ScholarCited by: 3. Royal Society expeditions in the second half of the twentieth century conclusion of the International Geophysical Year Trans-Antarctic Expedition, and its. There has been much written about the history of scientific discovery in Antarctica, revealing how science, exploration and geopolitics have been closely intertwined since the late nineteenth century (e.g.
Naylor et al. ).Scientific advances in Antarctica can be attributed to major periods of collaboration and cooperation, such as during the four International Polar Years. The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition: Halley Bay, Coats Land, Falkland Islands dependencies, The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition: Halley Bay, Coats Land, Falkland Islands dependencies, / general editor: David Brunt Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition [ Book: ] At 12 libraries.
We are fast approaching the 60th anniversary of the International Geophysical Year (IGY), which began in July I am currently attempting to catalogue our collection of photographic material in time for any anniversary-related events, as it offers a fascinating insight into the project.
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This is an opportunity to find out more about these extraordinary expeditions and the resourceful pioneers who led them.
The Halley Bay Base, established by the Royal Society International Geophysical Year Expedition and now administered by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey, is situated in geomagnetic Cited by: 2.
The International Geophysical Year in paved the way for the Antarctic treaty, an accord born amid the cold war that continues to Author: Charlotte Connelly. Les Barclay at Halley Bay in the Antarctic in the s, with the Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition Les was born and brought up in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, the son of Author: Sue Barclay.
Published work, Polar regions, Scientific research in Antarctica A Royal Society discussion organized by Sir Vivian Fuchs, F.R.S. and R.M. Laws, Royal Society London () SPRI Library Shelf (7), The Royal Society International Geophysical Year Antarctic Expedition Halley Bay Coats Land, Falkland Island Dependencies edited by (Sir.
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Dr Emily Shuckburgh, British Antarctic Survey, UK. A Antarctic Expedition Polar Medal group awarded to Douglas Roland Otway Prior is offered in our 18 th October medal and militaria auction with an estimate of £20, Douglas Roland Otway Prior served as a carpenter with the advance party of the Royal Society Antarctic Expedition International Geophysical Year.
Another year of intensive preparation reached its climax on 13 November when H. the Queen visited the Magga Dan which was to convey the Royal Society expedition to the Antarctic, and when the members of the expedition were presented to her. The ship sailed two days later bearing the good wishes of all, on this combination of physical and scientific adventure which.
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1 Cited by: 5. Theron visited the Royal Society International Geophysical Year Expedition station at Halley Bay. Reconnaissance and survey sledge journeys were made in Coats Land; in April aircraft of a Royal Air Force detachment established ‘South Ice’ advance base, km inland from ‘Shackleton’, field parties investigated Shackleton Range.
Antarctic Treaty System: An Assessment: Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Beardmore South Field Camp, Antarctica, January() Chapter: 8.
Summary of Science in Antarctica Prior to and Including the International Geophysical Year. The hills were named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee for Leslie F.
Morris, a member of the Royal Society International Geophysical Year Expedition at Brunt Ice Shelf, who in spent several weeks helping with the final preparations for the CTAE transpolar journey. ReferencesWaterways: Lake Vostok, Lake Mercer, List of.
International Geophysical Year synonyms, International Geophysical Year pronunciation, International Geophysical Year translation, English dictionary definition of International Geophysical Year. n the month period from July 1,toduring which a number of nations agreed to cooperate in a geophysical research programme.
The International Geophysical Year and the Antarctic Treaty. In –57 the U.S. Navy, during Operation Deep Freeze I, and in conjunction with research teams funded by the National Science Foundation, established seven research stations in Antarctica to prepare for the International Geophysical Year (IGY, –58).
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