2 edition of Japanese Scientific Expeditions to Svalbard, 1983-1988 found in the catalog.
Japanese Scientific Expeditions to Svalbard, 1983-1988
Japanese Scientific Expeditions to Svalbard (1983-1988)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-234).
|Statement||editor, Tatsuo Tatsumi ; editorial committee, Takashi Oguti, Tatsuo Matsuda, Keiji Higuchi.|
|Contributions||Tatsumi, Tatsuo, 1916-|
|LC Classifications||Q115 .J37 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||234 p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||90200052|
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The heart of the Arctic. This expedition takes place in one of the most beautiful places on Earth - Svalbard. Its largest island, Spitsbergen, has an expansive feast of mountains, glaciers and icecaps and at almost 80º north, it is a frigidly cold place in March, making it the perfect stage for both a polar expedition and cold-climate training. The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is an underground repository located at 78 degrees North latitude that currently stores nearly a million seed samples to preserve crop diversity for the future. Many see the vault as a resource for a “doomsday” scenario brought on by severe climate change or other ecol.
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The Japanese Scientific Expeditions to Svalbard, Nankyoku no ichinen: Papers and proceedings of the Tokyo-Kyoto Meetings, 27 August - 2 September, [sic] Volcanism and ore genesis; to Professor Takeo Watanabe, this volume is affectionately dedicated by his associates and former students.
化石と岩石・鉱物: 南極の一年. Maybe somewhat unappropriate under the title»Early 1983-1988 book exploration«, the Stauferland-expeditions of the German geographer Julius Büdel shall also be mentioned here. This was a series of summer expeditions, which went to eastern Svalbard during the late 50s and 60s, mainly southwestern Barentsøya, where a hut was built, which is still there (‘Würzburger Hütte’).
The first scientific expedition to Svalbard was the Russian Čičagov Expedition between andwhich passed Svalbard in an unsuccessful attempt to find the Northern Sea Route. It made among water and topography measurements. The second expedition was organized by the Royal Navy and led by Constantine Phipps in The little bit of text in the book is in German, but out of pages in the book do not have any more text than the name of the location.
SDouble calendar Spitsbergen and Antarctica Twelve stunning Spitsbergen images on one side and twelve equally stunning Antarctic images on the other side.
Salomon August Andrée (18 OctoberGränna, Småland – OctoberKvitøya, Arctic Norway), during his lifetime most often known as S. Andrée, was a Swedish engineer, physicist, aeronaut and polar explorer who died while leading an attempt to reach the Geographic North Pole by hydrogen balloon.
The balloon expedition was unsuccessful in reaching the Pole and resulted in the. Russian scientific expedition led by Aleksandr Kuznetsov lands an aircraft at Pole; – British North Greenland expedition was a British scientific mission, led by Commander James Simpson; USS Nautilus passes under the Arctic ice; Discoverer 1, a prototype with no camera, is the first satellite in polar orbit.
Roald Engelbregt Gravning Amundsen (UK: / ˈ ɑː m ʊ n d s ən /, US: /-m ə n s-/; Norwegian: [ˈruːɑl ˈɑmʉnsən] (); [tone?] 16 July – c. 18 June ) was a Norwegian explorer of polar regions and a key figure of the Heroic Age of Antarctic led the first expedition to traverse the Northwest Passage by sea, from toand the first expedition to the South.
The expedition collected critical data about Europe’s most westerly polar bear population. The population on and around the Norwegian Arctic archipelago of Svalbard is facing a future without summer sea ice.
In recent years, the researchers have noted changes linked to reduced sea ice. The era of European and American voyages of scientific exploration followed the Age of Discovery and were inspired by a new confidence in science and reason that arose in the Age of me expeditions in the Age of Discovery were a means of expanding colonial empires, establishing new trade routes and extending diplomatic and trade relations to new territories, but with the.
The Polar Postal History Society of Great Britain (PPHSGB) was founded in by Harry Evans. Over the years the Society has added to the initial area of collecting of the Heroic Age / Classic Polar Exploration (which includes Scott’s and Shackleton’s expeditions) to incorporate not only more modern polar postal history but also postcards, new issues, cinderella and thematic collecting.
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Both claims are still disputed. Gunnar Isachsen led a scientific expedition to Svalbard, and it was the first expedition to receive Norwegian state funding. the route. • Japanese. I agree that Blancpain sends me its newsletter via email and consent that Blancpain processes my personal data for this purpose.
This includes newsletters by. The book recommends how the international scientific community may gain access to this really challenging arena for local, regional and Global research. It is a blueprint for the logistics required for science to succeed in a very remote and physically demanding place on Earth.
For our arctic voyages, we use small sailing vessels with experienced crews. They offer cosy expedition style rather than comfort, but serve the purpose perfectly and meet the high demands set by challening arctic nature with state-of-the-art nautical and safety equipment.
Hanssen published an autobiography and two other books, he died on the 2nd of August - Hassel, Helge Sverre He gathered considerable experience as a harpooner and ice pilot taking part in two scientific expeditions to Svalbard. Japanese Antarctic Expedition Mawson - Aurora - Australasian Antarctic Expedition.
Since early years, and especially during the MAP (Middle Atmosphere Program) period, Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition have long been contributing to the advances in the polar middle atmosphere research. One of the epoch making achievements is a discovery of ozone depletion around austral spring (Chubachi, ).Oceanwide Expeditions Fleet.
Originally founded in as the first annual scientific research expedition to Svalbard in Arctic Norway, this was one of the early expeditions where tourists could encounter the delights of the Arctic region.