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Glaciological Research

Nature volume 160, pages 6667 (12 July 1947) | Download Citation

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ANUMBER of scientific expeditions to polar regions are under consideration and in preparation at the present time. In no part of the globe are there more glaciological problems awaiting solution than in the Antarctic. In recent years many important new discoveries in glacier physics have been made, especially north of the equator, and they naturally urge us to find parallels in the Antarctic where less research has been done than elsewhere.

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