The Polar Record Number 17

Type Book / Conference proceedings
Date 1939
Language English
Publisher Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, UK
Keyword(s) Expedition, Greenland, Antarctic, Arctic
Abstract A preliminary account of the Cambridge expedition which was at work during the summer of 1938 in West Spitsbergen , under the leadership of L. H. McCabe, was given in The Polar Record, No. 16. The object of the expedition was to carry out geomorphological work in continuation of W. V. Lewis's investigations in cirque development in Iceland in 1937. Six weeks were spent in the Campbell Range on the east side of Billefjorden, Klaas Billen Bay. One party then visited the Stubendorff Mountains, and another visited Gips Valley, inland from the Campbell Range. [NOT CONTROLLED OCR]
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