3 edition of On the exploration of the North Polar region found in the catalog.
On the exploration of the North Polar region
|Statement||by Sherard Osborn.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 43340|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (17 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||17|
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The Exploration of the North and South Poles (Explorers Discovering the World) [Cooke, Tim] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Exploration of the North and South Poles (Explorers Discovering the World) # in Children's Polar Regions Books # in Children's Action & Adventure Books (Books) Would you like to tell us Author: Tim Cooke.
POLAR EXPLORATION Origins of North Polar Exploration. The first explorers of the North Polar region, the Arctic, probably crossed from northeastern Asia to northwestern North America more thanyears ago, exploring the north as well as lands to the south. Exactly when the Inuit (Eskimos) took up residence in the Arctic is not known, although both they and.
This starts with facts on the North Pole and then facts on the South Pole. I believe that this book is good for children ages 4 to 9. Some of the vocabulary is for older children, but the pictures are wonderful and should keep even the younger children's attention.
This is a very short book, but has some basic facts about the North and South Poles/5(58). Polar region, area around the North Pole or the South Pole. The northern polar region consists mainly of floating and pack ice, 7–10 feet (2–3 m) thick, floating on the Arctic Ocean and surrounded by land masses.
The ice cap of the southern polar region. the north polar regions, longitude and latitude, sun in high latitudes, magnetic north, polar navigation, maps, glossary, metric, Svalbard, exploration, polar books. Polar exploration includes the physical exploration of the Arctic and the Antarctica.
The Arctic is the area around the Earth's north pole and includes parts of Canada, Greenland, Russia, the United States (Alaska), Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Arctic Ocean. Antarctica is the southernmost continent or the area around the south pole.
Introduction. Polar exploration is the exploration of the lands around the North and South poles. The poles are the coldest and most remote regions on Earth. The North Pole is in the Arctic Ocean, which is covered by a huge, floating ice sheet.
The South Pole is on land, in the frozen continent of Antarctica. Some early explorers used dogsleds. This book offers a diverse and groundbreaking account of the intersections between modernities and environments in the circumpolar global North, foregrounding the Arctic as a.
Chet Ross Rare Books specializes in first person narratives and scientific research related to exploration of the Polar Regions. Arctic First person narratives and ephemera related to expeditions into the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions. The book—a memoir of survival in the style of a ship’s logbook, with stories of polar bears, frostbite, Arctic foxes, and the aurora borealis—became “one of the first adventure bestsellers,” says University of Rochester art historian Christopher Heuer.
It sent On the exploration of the North Polar region book minds whirring with thoughts of the Arctic. All About the North and South Poles (Cat in the Hat's Learning Library) Bonnie Worth. out of 5 stars Hardcover. $ # in Children's Polar Regions Books.
Gift Ideas in Children's Polar Regions Books ‹ Any Department ‹ Books ‹ Children's Books ‹ Geography & Cultures; Explore the World. Your first book is The First Crossing of Greenland, by Nobel Peace Prize winner Fridtjof Nansen. The reason I chose this book is that it was the beginning of modern polar exploration.
Nansen devised a technique using skis, and – by devising specialised equipment – particularly the broad-runnered sledge. All of the pictures are beautiful and goes well with the text. This book talks about the different animals that live naturally in the North Pole and South Pole; for example, in the North Pole there are the polar bears, birds, walruses, and seals; in the South Pole there a penguins/5(58).
First US edition of the official account of the first Fram expedition, "a remarkable achievement in Polar exploration" (PMM), undertaken "with the object of investigating the polar basin north of Eurasia by drifting in the ice with the currents northwest from the New Siberian Islands across or near the Pole" (Arctic Bibliography).
The 10 Greatest Polar Expedition Books. Opening ‘The Worst Journey in the World’ completely at random I also reminded myself how brilliant the best polar books are and why I am desperate to see Antarctica for myself.
So here, to while away the long cold evenings, is a reading list of some of my favourite polar books. (Arctic) rather. During the Age of Exploration, when conquering the Arctic became an obsession for England in particular, the polar bear became the symbol of death in a region where countless lives were.
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Free shipping for many products. Get this from a library. Exploration into the polar regions. [David Rootes] -- An explanation of discoveries made in both the Arctic and Antarctic regions, from the beginnings of time up to the 20th century, with concluding information about the region in modern times.
Inhospitable, dangerous, and difficult to reach, the North and South Poles represented one of the ultimate adventures left on Earth and their conquest captured the public attention. When Roald Amundsen () reached the South Pole inone phase of the exploration of the Earth ended and another began.
The Arctic region extends from the North Pole to the Arctic Circle (°N latitude). The Antarctic region extends from the South Pole to the Antarctic Circle (°S latitude). Day and Night Because of the tilt of Earth’s axis, the Sun shines for half the year and it is dark for the other half of the year right at the Poles.
In addition to portraying the period, The Ice Balloon gives us a brief history of the exploration of the northern polar regions, both myth and fact, including detailed versions of the two record-setting expeditions just prior to Andrée’s—one led by U.S.
Army lieutenant Adolphus Greely from Ellesmere Island; the other by Fridtjof Nansen. In the North, the day Arctic Adventure, roundtrip Tromso, is centered on Norway’s Svalbard archipelago, with its dramatic landscapes far north of the Arctic Circle, where deep fjords give way to glaciers; and guests will have the opportunity to look out for polar bears and seals from a RIB.
Multiple sailing dates in August and September Author: Paloma Villaverde de Rico. The latter part of this incredibly rich book narrates the race to the North Pole, and the voyage of the 'Gjøa,' which was the first vessel to sail across the top of North America in The airplane changed the face of Arctic exploration and one by one, put to rest the rumors of polar lands such as 'Keenan Land.' /5(14).
Discovery on the Arctic Shores, in the Years J. Murray London Baidukov G. Over the North Pole Harcourt, Brace and Company New York Bain A. Life and Exploration of Fridtjof Nansen Walter Scott, LTD.
London Balchen B. Come North With Me Hodder and Stoughton London Arctic and Antarctic Exploration Books List Page 4. Books on Arctic Exploration Santa is so yesterday. These arctic explorers (and their books) are the real north-polar stars, according to John R.
BockstoceAuthor: John R. Bockstoce. Explorer who claimed to be the first person to reach the North Pole, Robert Peary, wrote this book on his methods and practices for successful traveling through the Arctic. Sir John Franklin by A. (Augustus Henry) Beesly.
Robert Peary and sledge party with flags at the North Pole Roald Amundsen, Helmer Hanssen, Sverre Hassel, and Oscar Wisting at the South Pole Polar exploration is the process of exploration of the polar regions of Earth – the Arctic region and Antarctica – particularly with the goal of reaching the North Pole and South Pole, respectively.
Get this from a library. Exploration into the polar regions. [David Rootes] -- Recounts the early exploration of the North and South Poles, and looks at the modern utilization of the Polar regions. This list of Arctic expeditions is a timeline of historic Arctic exploration and explorers of the Arctic.
Fiann Paul, Alex Gregory and Carlo Facchino ocean rowing aboard Polar Row. ^ E. Coleman (). The Royal Navy in Polar Exploration: From Frobisher to Ross. Tempus. 65– Retrieved 22 October ^ Beechey, F. Exploration of the Polar Regions. From the Vikings via the first whale and seal hunters to Scott and Amundsen, from the maritime explorers Franklin and Nordenskiöld to present-day polar tourism, a quick tour through history reveals some of the aspect which motivated people to extend their ntial need, sheer curiosity, imperial greed, polar science and a taste for.
The Balloonist by MacDonald Harris A Swedish aeronaut with mystical tendencies attempts to reach the North Pole by hydrogen balloon. The year isand modernisms of various kinds are in the. A Negro Explorer at the North Pole (based on the Stokes edition), by Matthew Alexander Henson, contrib.
by Robert E. Peary and Booker T. Washington (PDF with commentary at ). Great deals on Antarctica Hardcover Antiquarian & Collectible Books.
Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast &. As well as celebrating the beauty and diversity of the wildlife of the north and south polar regions, Spirit of the Polar Regions also delves deeper by describing their geographical nature, the history of human exploration, the indigenous native cultures that have grown up around them, and their scientific importance, particularly the manner in which they influence the.
The hostile and dangerous regions of the Arctic and Antarctic have attracted explorers since the 19th century. The two poles are among the coldest, windiest, and most remote places on the planet.
A huge, frozen ocean (the Arctic ocean) surrounds the North Pole, while a vast area of frozen land (Antarctica) surrounds the South Pole. Save 84% off the newsstand price. On September 7,readers of the New York Times awakened to a stunning front-page headline: "Peary Discovers the North Pole After Eight Trials in.
The Arctic: Earth's North Polar Region North of the Arctic Circle (at °N latitude) you will find the Arctic Ocean surrounded by the continents of Europe, Asia, and North America. You will find the geographic North Pole and the magnetic North Pole there; both are in the Arctic Ocean, in an area that is currently covered year-round with sea ice.
North of the Arctic Circle (at °N latitude) you will find the Arctic Ocean surrounded by the continents of Europe, Asia, and North America.
You will find the geographic North Pole and the magnetic North Pole there; both are in the Arctic Ocean, in an area that is currently covered year-round with sea ice. The best books on The Polar Regions recommended by Sara Wheeler. The acclaimed author discusses the Polar Regions.
She says an African In Greenland is the best book ever written on Greenland - the story of a man from Togo who went there in the s. The exploration of the Arctic for petroleum is considered to be extremely technically challenging. However, recent technological developments, as well as relatively high oil prices, have allowed for a result, the region has received significant interest from the petroleum industry.
Since the onset of the s oil glut inthe commercial interest in Arctic exploration has. Some pieces of particular interest relating to polar exploration history include writings on Byrd's North Pole expedition and the controversy surrounding it, Balchen's log about the trimotor Josephine Ford, and drafts of his autobiography, Come North with Me: An Autobiography.
Farthest North, Vol. I Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship 'Fram' Language: English: LoC Class: G: Geography, Anthropology, Recreation: Subject: Arctic regions -- Discovery and exploration Subject "Fram" Expedition () Subject: Nansen, Fridtjof, -- Travel -- Arctic regions Category: Text: EBook-No.