A history of McMurdo Station through its architecture

@article{Davis2017AHO,
  title={A history of McMurdo Station through its architecture},
  author={G. A. Davis},
  journal={Polar Record},
  year={2017},
  volume={53},
  pages={167 - 185}
}
ABSTRACT McMurdo Station, Antarctica, is a US Federal research facility operated year-round by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Its primary mission is to support scientific research, but it also provides logistical air and ground support for South Pole Station, seasonal field sites and nearby stations operated by other countries. It is the largest station in Antarctica, supporting up to 1,200 people. While McMurdo Station has a long scientific legacy, the facility also has an interesting… Expand

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