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Die Voorgeskiedenis van Bouvet-Eiland

Show simple item record Engelbrecht, S.A.
dc.coverage.spatial Bouvet Island 2018-09-07T15:48:01Z 2018-09-07T15:48:01Z Mar-66 Mar-66 en_ZA Mar-66 Mar-66
dc.description.abstract Bouvet is a small island, covered with snow and about 1600 miles SSW from Cape Town. This island is the unique, most isolated piece of land in the world. 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 14 to 15
dc.subject Bouvet Island | History | Elephant Seals | Landslides | Annexation | Discovery | Weather Station | Helicopter | Landing
dc.title Die Voorgeskiedenis van Bouvet-Eiland
dc.type Articles
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