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Climate Change in the Polar Regions

Climate Change in the Polar Regions

Turner, J. & Marshall, G. J. (2011). Climate Change in the Polar Regions. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 448 pp

(External) Further information from Cambridge University Press


Cephalopod Beak Guide for the Southern Ocean

Cephalopod Beak Guide for the Southern Ocean

Antarctic squid and octopods are highly represented in the diet of a wide range of Antarctic predators, including albatrosses, seals, penguins and whales. This is an up-to-date guide to identify the squid and octopods beaks, including 3-D computer images, making this book a extremely useful tool to marine ecologists dealing with trophic interactions in the Southern Ocean.

Xavier, J. C. & Cherel, Y. (2009). Cephalopod beak guide for the Southern Ocean. British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK, 129 pp

Errata : updated July 2014 - description of corrections to the original hard back and PDF

Please contact the BAS Librarian if you would like a hard copy of the book.


Topographical Survey and Mapping of British Antarctic Territory, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 1944-1986

Topographical Survey and Mapping of British Antarctic Territory, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 1944-1986

Published: 2004

Size: 21.5 x 30 cm

Format: Book

ISBN: 1-85531-2220

This edition is limited to two hundred and fifty copies of which two hundred are for sale. Buy online

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