Antarctic Legacy Archive

South Africa and Biological Research in the Antarctic

Show simple item record Nel, J.A.J.
dc.coverage.spatial Antarctic 2018-09-07T15:47:56Z 2018-09-07T15:47:56Z Mar-65 Mar-65 en_ZA Mar-65 Mar-65
dc.description.abstract The Antarctic region is vast and the possibilities for research nearly unlimited. The three South African scientific stations in this region offer a vast scope for biological research, and the results that can be obtained would well merit the small additional expense incurred. South Africa could thereby contribute significantly to this so important field of Antarctic research. en_ZA
dc.description.sponsorship Sponsored by the National Research Foundation (South Africa)
dc.description.statementofresponsibility Antarctic Legacy Project
dc.language en_ZA
dc.publisher Antarktiese Bulletin Vol 1 no 8
dc.subject Antarctica | Marion Island | Gough Island | Biology | Science | Research
dc.title South Africa and Biological Research in the Antarctic
dc.type Articles
dc.rights.holder Copyright en_ZA
iso19115.mdconstraints.uselimitation This item and the content of this website are subject to copyright protection. Reproduction of the content, or any part of it, other than for research, academic or non-commercial use is prohibited without prior consent from the copyright holder. en_ZA
iso19115.mddistributor.distributorcontact Antarctic Bulletin en_ZA pdf en_ZA
iso19115.mdidentification.deliverypoint Antarctic Legacy of South Africa, Faculty of Science, Private Bag X1, Matieland. Stellenbosch. South Africa. en_ZA
iso19115.mdidentification.electronicmailaddress en_ZA

Files in this item

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Show simple item record

Search ALSA


My Account