Accompanying map in pocket at rear.
|Series||H.O -- no. 138|
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|Pagination||312p. + 1 map ;|
|Number of Pages||312|
Sailing Directions for Antarctica including the off-lying islands south of latitude 60 degrees. Hardback, Off whit ecloth with blue lettering to the spine an dfront board. xiii, pages, Illustrated with photographs, panoramas, folding plates. English, Robert A. J. - Sailing Directions for Antarctica, Including the Off-Lying Islands South of Latitude 60 degrees. Ferguson, A. – Geological Observations in the South Shetlands, the Palmer Archipelago, and Graham Land, Antarctica. Fiennes, Ranulph - Captain Scott. Pacific Ocean, body of salt water extending from the Antarctic region in the south to the Arctic in the north and lying between the continents of Asia and Australia on the west and North and South America on the east. Its area, excluding adjacent seas, . Full text of "Geographic Names of the Antarctic 2nd Edition" See other formats.
Aitcho Islands 62''24'S., 59Â°47'W. Group of small islands lying between Table and Dee Islands and extending across the central part of the N. entrance to English Str., in the South Shetland Islands. Charted in by DI personnel on the Discovery II. The name appears to have been first used on a Admiralty chart based upon this survey. Yachting Year Annual. Yachting Year Annual. Issuu company logo. Close. Stories Discover Categories Issuu Store. Preface Pub. , Sailing Directions (Enroute) West Coast of South America, Ninth Edition, , is issued for use in con-junction with Pub. , Sailing Directions (Planning Guide) Pacific Ocean and Southeast Asia. Companion volumes are Pubs. and A political boundary is the area south of 60 S latitude, the northern limit of jurisdiction for the Antarctic Treaty, which became effective in with twelve original signatories and now has been acceded to by forty-five countries. The Encyclopedia of the Antarctic comprises free-standing, alphabetically ordered entries of to.
BAT References - British Antarctic Survey. The Emerging Politics of Antarctica This book examines the post-Cold War challenges facing Antarctic governance. It seeks to understand the interests of new players in Antarctic affairs such as China, India, Korea and Malaysia, and how other key players such as Russia and the USA or claimant states such as New Zealand or France are coping in the new global order.