Table of contents for Extremes : oceanography's adventures at the Poles / Keith R. Benson and Helen M. Rozwadowski, editors.


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Introduction   1
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1. Reconsidering the Theory of the Open Polar Sea  15
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2. Faded Glory: The Norwegian Voringen-expedition,
1876-1878     31
VFR A S(C H,AW Ai
3. Diverging Currents: Depicting Southern Ocean Currents in the
Early 20th Century  71
CORN     A N  D E C K E
4. Creating a Global Ocean Conveyor: George Deacon and
The Hydrology of The Southern Ocean  107
ERI, 1 \MIl S
5. Edward "keberg" Smith and American
Polar Oceanography    133
RON A D RAiNG R
6. The Early Cold War and U.S. Arctic Research  173
FAE L. KORSMO
7. Mastery of Landscapes and Seascapes: Scence at the Strategi
Poles durng the International Geophysical Year  20
JACOB D AWIN HAMBiIN
8. Antarctica Beneath the Ice: Marine Botany i the
Polar Region   227
PETER NEUSHUL
9. Multi national, but Not International: The Marginal Ice Zone
Experiments (MIZEX) 1983/84/87    247
WALTIR LNZ
10. China Goes to the Poles: Science, Nationalism, and
Internationalism in Chinese Polar Exploration  269
ZUoYuE WANG
11. Arctic Sea Ice, Oceanography, and Climate Models  3 03
M Oi T    R E N F
I2 Bibliography on the History of Arctic Marine Science of the
20th Century    331
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