Arctic regionstheir situation, appearances, climate, and zoology
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|Statement||by Captain Scoresby, F.R.S.E.|
|LC Classifications||G742 .S43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 192 p.|
|LC Control Number||05024106|
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A landmark in the annals of American photography and polar adventure, William Bradford's book The Arctic Regions was first published for subscribers in No more than three hundred copies of the leather-bound elephant folio are known to have been printed.4/5.
The book has been a prized possession of major American and European museums, libraries, and collectors ever since. With an introduction written by the noted polar historian Russell A. Potter, The Arctic Regions is now available in a special limited edition.
The Arctic Regions: Illustrated with Photographs Taken on an Art Expedition to Greenland Hardcover – July 8, by William Bradford (Author) › Visit Amazon's William Bradford Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.
Are you an author. /5(3). 1. Arctic Dreams. Barry Lopez’s National Book Award-winning classic study of the Far North is widely considered his masterpiece.
Lopez offers a thorough examination of this obscure world-its terrain, its wildlife, its history of Eskimo natives and intrepid explorers who. Originally published inThirty Years in the Arctic Regions is Franklin's own record of his two overland expeditions, begun in andwhich took him to what is now the Northwest Territory Arctic regions book it was Franklin's final expedition, to discover the sea route connecting the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans, that cemented Released on: Novem Arctic regions works Search for books with subject Arctic regions.
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The Arctic Regions is a celebrated book that represents the first photographic survey of Greenland’s western coast. Part of a dissertation project at Stanford University, undertaken in the Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis and the Department of Art & Art History, this website hosts a dynamic census, a current list of all known extant copies of the book.
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.
Elicit from students that it is the northernmost region of the Earth. Go to the Polar Regions MapMaker Kit. Have students assemble the North Polar Region Tabletop Map. Make sure students understand their location in relation to the map. Ask a volunteer to identify the Arctic region, within the Arctic Circle, and then the Beaufort Sea.
The Arctic Regions. First and only edition of this highly uncommon and highly desirable Arctic record, one of perhaps as few as copies. The book forms a record of the last of seven voyages to Labrador and Greenland that Bradford sponsored or participated in during the s: "all early examples of what one might call 'eco-art tourism'"(Books on Ice).
Bradford was born in Fairhaven. Thirty Years in the Arctic Regions book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In Sir John Franklin and his expedition, sailing o /5. In an age when polar exploration was akin to space exploration today, Sir John Franklin's journeys of discovery captured the popular imagination.
Originally published inThirty Years in the Arctic Regions is Franklin's own record of his two overland expeditions, begun in andwhich t. In the words of noted Polar historian Russell Potter, the Arctic Regions remains “the most magnificent book on the Arctic ever to be illustrated with photographs,” and many scholars, historians, and art-lovers echo his sentiments.
No more than copies of the Arctic Regions were printed in Now, for the first time since its initial publication years ago, this book is being. Thirty years in the Arctic regions by John Franklin,University of Nebraska Press edition, in EnglishPages: With an introduction written by the noted polar historian Russell A.
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Potter, The Arctic Regions is now available for the first time to the trade. As the pace of global climate change quickens and the magnificent Arctic icecap dwindles, its publication could not be more timely or important.
Hardcover Pages. This book examines emerging forms of governance in the Arctic region, exploring how different types of state and non-state actors promote and support rules and standards.
The authors argue that confining our understandings of Arctic governance to Arctic states and a focus on the Arctic Council as the primary site of circumpolar governance. Thirty years in the Arctic regions, a narrative of the explorations and adventures of Sir John Franklin.
(Cincinnati, United States Book and Bible Co., ), by John Franklin (page images at HathiTrust). This book by a noted expert shifts the debate over Russia’s strategy from what Moscow could do in the Arctic to the realities of what Putin’s Russia likely will do.
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The Arctic. "A1 (G) " Shows territorial seas, continental shelf boundaries, territorial claims, shipping routes, and areas covered by sea ice. Relief shown by shading and gradient tints. Depths shown by shading and gradient tints. North Pole at map center; Greenwich meridian to the south.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Get this from a library. Arctic and Antarctic regions. [Francene Sabin; Allan Eitzen] -- Briefly describes the frozen regions around the North Pole and the South Pole, which are.
"THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION of left England on 29th May, crossed the Atlantic to Davis Straits in a succession of storms, and entered the Arctic regions on 4th July. It sailed with orders to 'attain the highest northern latitude, and, if possible, reach the Pole.'". Sumptuously bound and profusely illustrated with original photographs, The Arctic Regions features spectacular albumen photographs, including a 2-part panorama, which set the book apart from contemporaneous accounts illustrated with engravings.
The text, which combines sober scientific observation with romantic hyperbole, serves as an. This book provides the first in-depth, multidisciplinary study of re-urbanization in Russia’s Arctic regions, with a specific focus on new mobility patterns, and the resulting birth of new urban Arctic identities in which newcomers and labor migrants form a rising part of.
It is an invaluable reference for all those interested in current trends in circumpolar regions, showing how the Arctic. Arctic Region: Books This research guide is intended to provide a starting point to assist you in researching issues related to the Arctic region, in particular Arctic.
The Arctic (/ ˈ ɑːr k t ɪ k / or / ˈ ɑːr t ɪ k /) is a polar region located at the northernmost part of Arctic consists of the Arctic Ocean, adjacent seas, and parts of Alaska (United States), Canada, Finland, Greenland (), Iceland, Norway, Russia, and within the Arctic region has seasonally varying snow and ice cover, with predominantly treeless permafrost.
Select Books on the Arctic Regions in the G.W. Blunt White Library, Mystic Seaport Museum, American Geographical and Statistical Society. The polar exploring expedition: a special meeting of the American Geographical & Statistical Society, held Ma New York: Printed for the Society, Subjects: Hayes, I.
I (Isaac Israel). Title: Draw Write Now, Book 4: The Polar Regions, The Arctic, The Antarctic By: Marie Hablitzel, Kim Stitzer Format: Paperback Vendor: In the Think of Things Publication Date: Dimensions: 11 X X (inches) Weight: 8 ounces ISBN: ISBN Series: Draw Write Now Stock No: WW/5(2).
Thirty Years in the Arctic Regions, Or, The Adventures of Sir John Franklin (New York: G. Cooper, ), by John Franklin (multiple formats at ) A Concise Account of Voyages, for the Discovery of a North-West Passage, Undertaken for Finding a New Way to the East-Indies (London: Printed for the Proprietor, ), by Richard.
Shows southern boundary of continuous permafrost ground and Northwest Passage/Northern Sea Route. " " North Pole at map center. Vertical meridian at °W/80°E.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy imperfect: Annotated in black marker ink/lead-pencil, taped at edges. Includes note. Arctic, northernmost region of the Earth, centred on the North Pole and characterized by distinctively polar conditions of climate, plant and animal life, and other physical features.
The term is derived from the Greek arktos (“bear”), referring to the northern constellation of the Bear. It has sometimes been used to designate the area within the Arctic Circle—a mathematical line that is. This book examines emerging forms of governance in the Arctic region, exploring how different types of state and non-state actors promote and support rules and standards.
The authors argue that confining our understandings of Arctic governance to Arctic states and a focus on the Arctic Council as the primary site of circumpolar governance provides an incomplete picture.
Instead, they .The Arctic regions are centered on the North Pole. They include the northern parts of Canada, the United States, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, and Greenland. The Arctic Ocean lies between these lands.
An imaginary line, called the Arctic Circle, surrounds most of the area. The Arctic regions are some of the least populated areas on.
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