Bli först att betygsätta och recensera boken Antarctic Peninsula &; Tierra Del Fuego: 100 Years of Swedish-Argentine Scientific Cooperation at the End of the World.
- Inbunden (hardback)
- Språk: Engelska
- Antal sidor: 214
- Utg.datum: 2006-11-01
- Upplaga: illustrated ed
- Förlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Illustrationer: 84 black & white illustrations, 10 black & white tables
- Dimensioner: 254 x 177 x 19 mm
- Vikt: 562 g
- Antal komponenter: 1
- ISBN: 9780415413794
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Jorge Rabassa was born and educated in La Plata, Argentina where he got his degrees in Geology at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Museum, University of La Plata. He did research on the Glacial Geology on James Ross Island, Antarctic Peninsula, between 1980 and 1982, in some of the same areas visited by the Nordenskjold Expedition of 1901-1903. He has visited the Antarctic Peninsula several times on board of Antarctic Cruises as Lecturer. He is currently a Principal Investigator of CONICET at CADIC, Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina and a Professor of Geography at the University of Patagonia in Ushuaia. His main fields of interest are Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego. Maria Laura Borla was born in Buenos Aires where she graduated in Tourism. Since 1986 she has worked as a nature-oriented guide in Tierra del Fuego and has traveled to Antarctica aboard A.R.A. Bahia Paraiso in 1987-1989, visiting some of the over-wintering areas where the Swedish-Argentine expedition took place. She has carried out research on Nature-Oriented Tourism and got a Master's degree in this field and is the author of the book "Exploring Tierra del Fuego" (edited in Ushuaia in 2001, 2nd edition 2005), among other publications. She also works as a Spanish-English-French interpreter in Ushuaia.
Preface Part 1. Natural History EDGARDO ROLLERI: The work of Nordic geologists in Argentina JAN LUNDQVIST: Carl Caldenius and other links between the Nordenskjold expedition and recent Argentine-Swedish cooperation in Quaternary geology CHRISTIAN HJORT, OLAFUR INGOLFSSON and KENT LARSSON: Straddling the Drake Passage. A summary of Otto Nordenskjold's and his geological co-worker's achievements in Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego and the Antarctic Peninsula PER HOLMLUND and STIG JONSSON: Swedish glaciological work around the Weddell Sea during the last century MARCELO A. REGUERO and ZULMA GASPARINI: Late Cretaceous-Early Tertiary marine and terrestrial vertebrates from James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula: a review ROBERTO C. MENNI and LUIS O. LUCIFORA: An appraisal of the report by Einar Lonnberg (1905) on fishes collected by the Swedish South Polar Expedition INGIBJORG S. JONSDOTTIR: Botany during the Swedish Antarctic expedition 1901-1903 SUSANA B. DIAZ, GUILLERMO A. DEFERRARI, PAULA K. VIGLIAROLO, DON W. NELSON, M. CAROLINA CAMILION and CLAUDIO E. BRUNAT: Ozone and UV-B irradiances over Antarctica in the last decades OSCAR BIANCIOTTO, LUIS PINEDO, NEMESIO SAN ROMAN, ALICIA BLESSIO, EVA MARIA KOCH and CESAR B. COSTA: Salt-marsh vegetation as biological indicator of increased solar UV-B radiation consequence of ozone global depletion. MARCELA CIOCCALE and JORGE RABASSA: One hundred years ago: The Swedish Expedition to the South Pole (October 16th, 1901, Goteborg-December 2nd, 1903, Buenos Aires). Its scientific production and historical implications Part 2. Human Sciences NOEMI M. GIRBAL-BLACHA: Pioneers of scientific cooperation. About memory, oblivion and representations of the past AANT ELZINGA: South Polar imaginations and geopolitical realities - Contextualising Otto Nordensjold's scientific internationalism and its limits TORGNY NORDIN: Open horizons: A trek through Otto Nordenskjold's many landscapes MONIKA SCHILLAT: Pemmican and penguin-breast, but no pie. Daily problems of Polar explorers during the Heroic Age of Antarctic exploration LISBETH LEWANDER: To remember and restore the Argentine rescuers of the Nordenskjold Expedition 1901-1903 ERNESTO L. PIANA, MYRIAN R. ALVAREZ and NADIA S. RUA: Sea nomads of the Beagle Channel and surrounding areas