Chronological list of antarctic expeditions and related historical events, by R. K. Headland, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1989. No. of pages: 730. Price: $125.00 (£65.00) (hardback)

@article{Laws1991ChronologicalLO,
  title={Chronological list of antarctic expeditions and related historical events, by R. K. Headland, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1989. No. of pages: 730. Price: \$125.00 (£65.00) (hardback)},
  author={R. M. Laws},
  journal={Geological Journal},
  year={1991},
  volume={26},
  pages={351-352}
}
  • R. Laws
  • Published 1 October 1991
  • Environmental Science
  • Geological Journal

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