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British Polar Year expedition, Fort Rae, N.W. Canada, 1932-33.

British Polar Year Expedition to Fort Rae, Northwest Canada 1932-33

British Polar Year expedition, Fort Rae, N.W. Canada, 1932-33.

by British Polar Year Expedition to Fort Rae, Northwest Canada 1932-33

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Published by Published under the direction of the British National Committee for the Polar Year, The Royal Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atmospheric electricity,
  • Magnetism, Terrestrial,
  • Meteorology -- Northwest Territories, Can. -- Fort Rae,
  • Meteorology -- Tables

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBritish National Committee for the Polar Year
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC985.5 N7 B7
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21216290M

    Kalaallit Nunaata Tunua (East Greenland), Used by A. Stephenson during Bristish Arctic Air Route Expedition, 19 1/2 ft long. Dog whip Record: N: Dog whip which belonged to H. G. Watkins and which was used by him on the British Arctic Air Route Expedition, and Pan-American airways expedition 22 feet long. Canada's Siberian Expedition. Explore the forgotten history of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (Siberia), which saw 4, soldiers travel from Canada's West Coast to Vladivostok, Russia, in the wake of the Bolshevik Revolution. Includes a digital archive with 2, photographs and documents from veterans' families and public collections.

    demonstrated during the Second Polar Year Expedition to Fort Rae, N.W.T. in , for 27 meteorographs were released but only two were recovered. British Polar Year Expedition, Fort Rae, , The Royal Society, London. Canada - Polar Year Expeditions, Dom. Govt. Printing Office, Ottawa. Description: The Geographical Journal has been published since , and was the Society's journal of report until the relaunch in It has the highest circulation of any British academic journal in its field and publishes original research papers and review articles, which range across the entire subject of geography; they are restricted neither by area nor by topic.

    East Greenland expedition, also known as the Pan Am expedition, a four-man expedition to continue the work of the British Arctic Air Route Expedition; Russian steamship SS Chelyuskin managed to get through most of the Northern Route before it . In , First Lieutenant Greely was given command of the Lady Franklin Bay Expedition on the ship ed by Henry W. Howgate, its purpose was to establish one of a chain of meteorological-observation stations as part of the First International Polar Year. The expedition also was commissioned by the US government to collect astronomical and polar magnetic data, which was carried out Born: Ma , Newburyport, Massachusetts.


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British Polar Year expedition, Fort Rae, N.W. Canada, 1932-33 by British Polar Year Expedition to Fort Rae, Northwest Canada 1932-33 Download PDF EPUB FB2

BRITISH POLAR YEAR EXPEDITION TO FORT RAE, NORTHWEST CANADA, Paperback – January 1, by J.M. Stagg (Author)Author: J.M. Stagg. British Polar Year Expedition, Fort Rae, N. Canada, – Vol. 1: Discussion of Results ; Meteorology, Terrestrial Magnetism and Aurora, Atmospheric Electricity.

British Polar Year Expedition, Fort Rae, N.W. Canada, ‐ Vol. Discussion and results: meteorology, terrestrial magnetism and anrora, atmospheric electricity. Great Britain collaborated with Canada in establishing a station at Fort Rae, on the north arm of the Great Slave Lake.

The British Polar Year Expedition, –33 The British Polar Year. British Polar Year Expedition to Fort Rae, northwest Canada (). London: Published under the direction of British National Committee for the Polar Year, The Royal Society, (OCoLC) Abstract Not Available Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract (see Preferences): Find Similar Abstracts.

Volume 01 | BRITISH POLAR YEAR EXPEDITION FORT RAE, N.W. CANADA Fort Rae I | DISCUSSION OF RESULTS Volume 02 | BRITISH POLAR YEAR EXPEDITION FORT RAE, N.W. CANADA VOLUME II | TABLES Volume 03 | Some General Characteristics of Aurora at Fort Rae N.W. Canada | The Histories of the International Polar Years and the Inception and Development of the International Geophysical Year Volume 1 in Annals of The International Geophysical Year.

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British Polar Expedition, Fort Rae, NW-Canada /33, Vol. I: Discus sion of results. Meteorology, Terrestrial Magnetism and Aurora. Atmos pheric Electricity. Vol. II: Tables. Printed and published under the direc tion of the British National Committee for the Polar Year.

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and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The original magnetograph was the Kew-pattern instrument made by Munro for Falmouth. In this was replaced by a La Cour magnetograph that had been used briefly at Fort Rae in Canada, as part of the Polar Year expedition of Magnetic measurements are now made with instruments similar to those at by: 5.

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The-British expedition to Old Fort Rae was a reluctant, last- minute undertaking (partly financed by Canada) and the most during the Second International Polar Year (), Fort Rae was the only FPY site in Canada to be revisited.

The STAGG. J.M. British Fort Rae, N.W. Canada Quarterly Journal of.The Top 10 Most Important Books of Canadian Military History Tim Cook This Feature is brought to you for free and open access by Scholars Commons @ Laurier.

It has been accepted for inclusion in Canadian Military History by an authorized administrator of Scholars Commons @ Laurier. For more information, please [email protected] the fate of the Franklin expedition, conducting scientific research, discovering unknown coasts model for the Second International Polar Year in –33 and the International Geophysical Year in – British-Canadian Station at Fort Rae on Great Slave Lake functioned under Captain Henry.