Further Reading
Allen, KR et al. (1985): Readerís Digest Antarctica. Readerís Digest, NSW.

Bradshaw, M. A. (1990): Geological History. In: Hatherton, T. (Ed) Antarctica the Ross Sea Region, DSIR Publishing, New Zealand, pp 42-63.

Brewster, B. (1982): Antarctica: Wilderness at Risk. AH and AW Reed Ltd, Wellington.

Cherry-Garrard, A. (1922): The Worst Journey in the World. Constable and Co. Ltd., England.

Di Prisco, G., Maresca, B. and Tota, B. (1991): Biology of Antarctic Fish (Eds.). Springer-Verlag, Germany.

Eastman, J. T. (1993): Antarctic Fish Biology. Academic Press, New York.

Fothergill, A. (1993): Life in the Freezer. BBC Books, London.

Harrowfield, D. (1990): Defining the boundaries. In: Hatherton, T. (Ed) Antarctica the Ross Sea Region, DSIR Publishing, New Zealand, pp 10-24.

Hatherton, T (1990): Antarctica The Ross Sea Region (Ed). DSIR Publishing, New Zealand.

Herrick, W. (1997): A Year on Ice. Shoal Bay Press, Christchurch.

Knox, G.A. (1994): The Biology of the Southern Ocean. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Kooyman, G. L. (1981): Weddell Seal: consummate diver. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Lenihan, H. S., 1992. Benthic marine pollution around McMurdo Station, Antarctica: A summary of findings. Mar. Pollut. Bull. 25: 318-323.

Macdonald, J. A. and Montgomery, J. C. (1990): Animal adaptations to the Antarctic environment. In: Hatherton, T. (Ed) Antarctica the Ross Sea Region, DSIR Publishing, New Zealand, pp 220-239.

May, J. (1988): The Greenpeace Book of Antarctica. A New View of the Seventh Continent. Dorley Kindersley Ltd., England.

Medawar, P. B. (1966): The Art of the Soluble. Penguin Books, England.

Miller, H. C., Mills, G. N., Bembo, D. G., Macdonald, J. A. and Evans, C. W. (1999): Induction of cytochrome P4501A (CYP1A) in Trematomus bernacchii as an indicator of environmental pollution in Antarctica: assessment by quantitative RT-PCR. Aquatic Toxicology 44: 183-193.

Westerkov, K (1993): Emperors on ice. N.Z. Geographic 17:108-126.

Williams, TD (1995): The penguins. Spheniscidae. OUP, Oxford.

Young, E (1994): Skua and penguin: predator and prey. CUP, Cambridge.

 
Internet Links
Antarctic Centre: http://www.iceberg.co.nz

Antarctic Circle: http://www.antarctic-circle.org

Antarctic History: http://www.south-pole.com/p0000052.htm A stamp of approval for the philatelists.

Antarctic News: http://www.70south.com/News/ The latest on Antarctica from Brendon Grunewald

Antarctica New Zealand: http://www.antarcticanz.gov.nz

Arctic and Antarctic Advice Agency Austria : http://www.arctic.at/castaway/

Aurora page: http://www.geo.mtu.edu/weather/aurora Pretty pix, even if they are in the Northern hemisphere!

British Antarctic Survey: http://www.antarctica.ac.ukEverything this group does and much more.

Gateway Antarctica: http://www.anta.canterbury.ac.nz/

Krill: http://www.ecoscope.com

Ray Young's Antarctic web page with answers to many day-to-day questions asked about life at Scott Base. http://www.pageplanet.com/coolrunner/index.html

The web page of Robert Holmes, a frequent visitor to Antarctica. http://www.theice.org

An Oasis of Information in the Vast Antarctic Wasteland: http://www.infinet.com/~erd/antarctica.html

Ohio State University: http://www-bprc.mps.ohio-state.edu/left.html Lots of links.

Scott Polar Research Institute: http://www.spri.cam.ac.uk The oldest research centre in the world covering both the Arctic and Antarctic.  Lots of resource material and good international links.
 

Acknowledgements

Many thanks to all those who have helped with this webpage, especially to Iain Macdonald for images and help with construction, Vivian Ward for the graphics, John Macdonald for his  pictures, and Chris Kistler for his tidying up of the page.

I would also like to thanko my buddies on the ice, particularly members of K012 and  K014 from the kiwi side of things, and Bo-005M from the US side.  I am particularly grateful to Kevin Hoefling from Bo-005M for his photographs.  His photo of Hut 6 in the moonlight represents the banner to these webpages.

The author's visits to Antarctica have been supported by Antarctica New Zealand, NSF (Professor Art DeVries), the PNRA (Italian National Programme for Antarctic Research) and the University of Auckland.

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