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Observations of the International Polar Expeditions, 1882-83

Observations of the International Polar Expeditions, 1882-83

Fort Rae.

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Published by Trübner in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Meteorology -- Arctic regions -- Observations.,
  • Geomagnetism -- Arctic regions -- Observations.,
  • North Pole.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 33133
    ContributionsDawson, H. P.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination6 microfiches (254 fr.)
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22069344M
    ISBN 100665331339

    Kater's Pendulum. Learn how to Play with this Interactive Exhibit. Measuring Gravity at Fort Conger in the First International Polar Year (IPY) Edward Israel knew that every object in the universe attracts every other object; this phenomenon is called gravitation and the force of attraction is commonly known as gravity. INTRODUCTION. This collection comprises ten photographs taken by the Dijmphna Expedition (the Danish expedition of the First International Polar Year, ) on the frozen Kara Sea in It includes pictures of the Varna, the steamship of the Dutch expedition, as it sinks in July, The photographs have been professionally mounted, dated, and annotated in Danish.

    For example, Wood and Overland () have reanalyzed atmospheric data collected during the first International Polar Year () and have noted a strong North Atlantic Oscillation signature in these early Arctic records. The first International Geophysical Year () actually began as the third International Polar Year (IPY). Vol. 38, No. 4, Dec., Published by: Arctic Institute of North America. The Expeditions of the First International Polar Year, by William Barr. The Expeditions of the First International Polar Year, by William Barr (pp. ).

    A German contingent was stationed at Royal Bay during the first International Polar Year (), in order to observe the transit of Venus. Next came Bouvet Island, followed by a push to the Meteor 's furthest south—61° 51' S. Heading north again, a notable discovery thereafter was the extension of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge around the Cape of. Principal Expeditions during the. Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration Edited and extracted from A CHRONOLOGY OF ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION. A SYNOPSIS OF EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES FROM THE EARLIEST. TIMES UNTIL THE INTERNATIONAL POLAR YEARS, Headland, R. K. Bernard Quaritch. London. ISBN


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Observations of the International Polar Expeditions, Full text of "Observations of the International Polar Expeditions, Fort Rae" See other formats. The International Polar Years (IPY) are collaborative, international efforts with intensive research foci on the polar regions.

Karl Weyprecht, an Austro-Hungarian naval officer, motivated the endeavor inbut died before it first occurred in –Fifty years later (–) a second IPY took place. The International Geophysical Year was inspired by the IPY and was.

Sodankyla was one of the 11 stations that were in operation during the First International Polar Year In this study we re-analyze the magnetic observations carried out in Sodankyla.

There have been four international polar years (IPY) so far:, (combined with the International Geophysical Year) and The first IPY, which ran from 1 August to 31 Augustfeatured scientists from eleven countries running twelve expedition stations in the Arctic/sub-Arctic, and two in the sub-Antarctic.

Observations of the International Polar ExpeditionFort Rae, London, Ray, P. Report of the International Polar Expedition to Point Barrow, Alaska. The First International Polar Year (): A big science experiment with small science equipment methods of observations, and results.

They were also looking for a network The International Polar Commission was established during the meeting under the. The benefits of international research Today's international cooperation in polar regions began in - 83 with the first International Polar Year, an event which aimed to survey polar temperatures and airflows to better understand the world’s climate, weather and ocean conditions.

However with most interest being in. The First International Polar Year /83, saw the first international expeditions in the Arctic to conduct a range of standardised meteorological measurements according Author: Rajmund Przybylak.

Barr, W. The Expeditions of the First International Polar Year, – The Arctic Institute of North America Technical Paper No. 29, University of Calgary, Canada, pp.

Google Scholar Barr, W. The Expeditions of the First International Polar Year –Cited by:   Wood, R., and D.A. Streletskiy Soil and Permafrost Temperature Data Obtained During the First International Polar Year, – In: D.

Kane, K. Hinkel (eds) Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Permafrost, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, June 29–July 3, Cited by: 3. Search for a book by author or title NARRATIVE OF A VOYAGE TO THE PACIFIC AND BEERING'S STRAIT, TO CO-OPERATE WITH THE POLAR EXPEDITIONS: Performed in His Majesty's Ship Blossom under the Command of Captain F.W.

Beechey, the Years26, 27, OBSERVATIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL POLAR EXPEDITIONS. First International Polar Year, The rings of circumpolar sta-tions suggested by Weyprecht were duly established by 11 nations with 12 in the Northern Hemisphere (at Bossekop, Cape Thordsen, Fort Rae, Franklin Bay, Godthaab, Jan Mayen, Kingua Fjord, Lena Delta, Moller Point, Sodankyla and in the South Kara Sea), but only two at Orange.

Each of the three previous polar years — in –83, –33 and –58 — kicked off a new era in polar science. In the most recent IPY, the. The polar regions present several unique challenges to meteorology, including remoteness and a harsh environment. We summarize the evolution of polar meteorology in both hemispheres, beginning with measurements made during early expeditions and concluding with the recent decades in which polar meteorology has been central to global challenges such as the ozone Author: John E.

Walsh, David H. Bromwich, James. E. Overland, Mark C. Serreze, Kevin R. Wood.Meteorological Records of the Surgeon General's Office Records of the Smithsonian Meteorological Project Records of the International Polar Expedition to Point Barrow, AK.

Records of the Division of Station Facilities and Meteorological Observations and its predecessors.Georg von Neumayer (), organized the German participation in the International Polar Year (), he engaged Dr. Karl Richard Koch (), Privatdozent for physics at the university in Freiburg, to be in charge of meteorological observations at the six Moravian missions in Labrador (Nain, Okak, Hoffenthal, Zoar, Hebron, and Rama).