South Pole station.

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Describes the equipment, research projects, scientific personnel, and daily routines at the fourteen-year-old South Pole Station.

SeriesScientists at work
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQC802.A54 B47 1971
The Physical Object
Pagination124 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4466158M
LC Control Number79132947

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The United States of America maintains a research station at the South Pole, named Amundsen-Scott Station in memory of those intrepid explorers.

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