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Review: Scientific Research in Antarctica: Review
Reviewed Works: Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition, 1949-52. Scientific Results ; Vol. I, Meteorology: Part 2, Surface Observations; Sub-Part A, Air Pressure by V. Hisdal, O. Amble, N. J. Schumacher; Vol. II, Meteorology: Part 1, Energy Exchange of an Antarctic Snowfield. Sub-Part A, Short-Wave Radiation, 1956; Sub-Part B, Long-Wave Radiation and Radiation Balance, 1956; Sub-Part C, Wind Structure in the Low Layer, 1957; Sub-Part D, Surface Inversions and Turbulent Heat Transfer, 1957 by G. H. Liljequist; Vol. II, Meteorology, Part 2, Special Studies. Sub-Part A, Halo-Phenomena and Ice Crystals by G. H. Liljequist
Review by: W. H. Ward
The Geographical Journal
Vol. 124, No. 2 (Jun., 1958), pp. 238-241
Published by: geographicalj
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1790254
Page Count: 4
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