Antarctica

 

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About the Exhibit

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A History of Science in Antarctica
Judy Bausch and Barbara Kern

Antarctica, ice covered and remote, has long been considered a significant site for scientific research. Researchers from around the world come to study geology, astrophysics, ecology and more. This exhibit is a historical look at science in Antarctica.

Questions should be directed to Barbara Kern, University of Chicago, 773-702-8717, or by e-mail to bkern@uchicago.edu.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Acknowledgments: Judy Bausch and Barbara Kern
The University of Chicago
Crerar 2004

 

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