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National Antarctic Expedition 1901-04

Crustacea & Pycnogonida

by National Antarctic Expedition

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sea spiders,
  • Crustaceans,
  • Crustacea,
  • Pycnogonida

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAntarctic (Discovery) Exp.
    ContributionsScott, Robert Falcon, 1868-1912, British Museum (Natural History), Discovery (Ship)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 parts bound in 1 volume :
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26467914M

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The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Book Title. National Antarctic Expedition Crustacea & Pycnogonida.

National Antarctic Expedition Cited by: 5. Details - National Antarctic Expedition Crustacea & Pycnogonida. - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

BHL works best with JavaScript enabled. British National Antarctic Expedition Summary. The aim of the expedition was to undertake an extensive exploration of the Ross Sea region of Antarctica.

Led by Robert Falcon Scott, 49 officers and men sailed onboard the Discovery. The first Antarctic balloon flight was undertaken by Captain Scott. Chet Ross Rare Books (US) Bookseller Inventory # ASTT Title British National Antarctic Expedition, Author Scott, Robert Falcon, Book condition Used - VG+ Binding Hardcover Note May be a multi-volume set and require additional postage.

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See also WorldCat (this item) plus. expedition leader Terra Novasecond expedition to reach the South Poleperished on the return journey. The Discovery Expedition was the first encounter with polar exploring that Scott had. Setting sail as World War I broke out in Europe, the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, led by renowned polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, hoped to Cited by: The Discovery Expedition of –04, known officially as the British National Antarctic Expedition, was the first official British exploration of the Antarctic regions since the voyage of James Clark Ross sixty years earlier ().

Organized on a large scale under a joint committee of the Royal Society and the Royal Geographical Society (RGS), the new expedition. Of the officers Armitage and Koettlitz had been members of the Jackson-Harmsworth Arctic Expedition in while Bernacchi had overwintered in the Antarctic as a member of the British Antarctic Expedition () (Southern Cross) led by Borchgrevink.

On Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s Discovery expedition ofas well as plenty of food and warm clothes, he also put together what became the impressive National Antarctic Expedition Library. South () by Ernest Shackleton. Irish-born Shackleton was third officer on Scott’s Discovery expedition and led the Nimrod Expedition and Imperial Trans-Antarctic : Chris Moss.

The Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, –, was organised and led by William Speirs Bruce, a natural scientist and former medical student from the University of Edinburgh.

Although overshadowed in terms of prestige by Robert Falcon Scott's concurrent Discovery Expedition, the SNAE completed a full programme of exploration and scientific work.

Its achievements included the establishment of a manned meteorological station, the first in Antarctic. British National Antarctic (Discovery) Expedition () British-Australia-New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition (BANZARE) () Bruce, William Speirs.

Byrd, Richard E. Challenger expedition () Chanticleer expedition () Charcot, Jean-Baptiste. Christensen Antarctic Expeditions () Christensen, Lars.

Lieutenant R.N. Discovery Charles Royds was the first lieutenant on the Discovery Expedition, his duties were do with every day running of the ship, dealing with the crew, ensuring they knew what their work was and that they did it correctly. Prior to the Discovery expedition, he had served on HMS Conway.

An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the ‘Fram’ Signed by Roald Amundsen and inscribed to President Gannett (National Geographic Society) Amundsen, Roa. Antarctica Cruising Guide: A definitive field guide to Antarctica that caters to South Pole visitors traveling by luxury liner, adventure cruise, or private boat.

This guide that is packed with color photos, wildlife descriptions and detailed area maps of the Antarctic Peninsula, Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the Ross : Amanda Zeisset. Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton is best known as a polar explorer who was associated with four expeditions exploring Antarctica, particularly the Trans-Antarctic (Endurance) Expedition (–16) that he led, which, although unsuccessful, became famous as a tale of remarkable perseverance and survival.

Travel on a small ship cruise to Antarctica with National Geographic Expeditions. Explore penguin-covered beaches, magnificent icebergs, and more. Journal kept during the British National Antarctic Expedition, – 4 October – 8 November MS MS Scott Polar Research Institute, by: Scientific Expedition Reports Overview Introduction Rich with photographs, colourful plates, scientific descriptions, anthropological and geographical observations and general insights into expeditionary life, the Scientific Expedition Reports, housed in the University of Otago’s Special Collections, are a veritable mine of information.

Robert Falcon Scott – British National Antarctic Expedition () Markham recognized Scott’s potential when he first met the year-old midshipman inand when Scott volunteered to lead the British National Antarctic Expedition in JuneMarkham accepted his offer.

The expedition combined the might of the Royal Navy. British National Antarctic Expedition by Robert F. Scott, handsome group of three Wrench's "Links of Empire" picture post cards of the expedition, including one with polar bear investigating the Union Jack flag at the Pole, another showing the main deck of the ship, and the third with explorers pulling a sled of supplies, all four.

After recovering, Wilson took a dive into the unknown, signing up as assistant surgeon and vertebrate geologist for the British National Antarctic Expedition ().Author: Sarah Pruitt. The British National Antarctic Expedition (–04), led by British naval officer and explorer Robert Falcon Scott on board the Discovery, set a new record for reaching the farthest point south when Scott, together with Anglo-Irish explorer Ernest H.

Shackleton and English explorer Edward A. Wilson, reached 82°17′ S on the Ross Ice Shelf on Decem Bruce led the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition () as well as participating in or leading many other polar expeditions from to Mountaineering Banff Mountain Book.

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Ice: an entire museum of colossal and. The Nimrod Expedition of –, otherwise known as the British Antarctic Expedition, was the first of three expeditions to the Antarctic led by Ernest main target, among a range of geographical and scientific objectives, was to be first to the South was not attained, but the expedition's southern march reached a Farthest South latitude of 88° 23' S.

Wilson, who was born in Cheltenham, accompanied Captain Scott on his Discovery Expedition of and his Terra Nova Expedition ofwhere he perished alongside Scott. The collection includes paintings, photographs and specimens collected by Wilson whilst in the Antarctic, as well as some of the equipment he used.

Scott’s first expedition, –04 Scott was born on 6 June near Devonport and joined the Royal Navy in Sir Clements Markham, the influential President of the Royal Geographical Society, championed British interest in the Antarctic, and recruited Scott, a to lead an expedition of scientists, naval and merchant seamen to the.

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Lot 18 - antarctica discovery expedition - Argyll Etkin Ltd Worldwide Stamps and Postal History. Wrench’s ‘Links of Empire’ British National Antarctic Expedition postcard No. 2 with Cape 1d cancelled at Cape Town (Oct 7) and postcard No.

3 with N.Z 1d cancelled at Lyttelton (Dec 24) both with the usual "ANTARCTIC / EXPDN / / S.S DISCOVERY". British National Antarctic Expedition ( items) Photographs of Captain Scott's British National Antarctic Expedition, The sizes given represent the size of apertures in the photograph album and not necessarily each print.

It is responsible for Discovery Point Antarctic Museum, based on the RRS Discovery, which was built in Dundee specifically for Polar scientific research for Scott’s British National Antarctic (Discovery) Expedition of Visit the website to learn more about Scott’s Discovery expedition and take a virtual tour of the RRS Discovery.

"The Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition," tells the real expedition of survival to Antarctica that Shackleton and his crew had to live after his ship was swallowed by the ice. It is a thrilling story full of adventures in which as a Pandora's box, comes to the surface every human emotion, in this case even hope/5.

Robert Falcon Scott CVO (6 June – c. 29 March ) was a Royal Navy officer and explorer who led two expeditions to the Antarctic regions: the Discovery expedition of – and the ill-fated Terra Nova expedition of – On the first expedition, he set a new southern record by marching to latitude 82°S and discovered the Antarctic Plateau, on Awards: Royal Victorian Order (), Patrons'.

Colin O'Brady prepares to fly back north after his Antarctic expedition, Jan. 3, The media embraced his accomplishment as "historic," but questions about the.

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In an interview about R.F. Scott's Discovery expedition (–), R. Koettlitz (one of the expedition doctors) was asked: ‘What did you take in the way of medical comforts?’ and replied: ‘Plasmon, Bovril, soups and arrowroot were the chief invalid foods and we also had some Frame Food and Schweppes soda water, Cited by: 3.

The Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration was an era which began at the end of the 19th century, and ended after the First World War; the Shackleton–Rowett Expedition of –22 is often cited by historians as the dividing line between the "Heroic" and "Mechanical" ages.

During the Heroic Age the Antarctic continent became the focus of international efforts that resulted in intensive Type: Hypothetical continent. Naturally I started by typing ‘Christmas’ into our catalogue, and decided to highlight our fascinating volumes on the British National Antarctic Expedition The six volumes of the BNAE contain over photographs from the expedition, and are available to anyone able to pop into the Library and see them.- Explore tomcrean's board "Antarctic Exploration Books", followed by people on Pinterest.

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