Map 14: Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions 1947 to 1966

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Map Number 14
Title Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions 1947 to 1966
Edition 1
Previous edition [Previous edition : ]
Scale 1 : 6 000 000
Publication date 1989
Publisher Australian Surveying and Land Information Group, Department of Administrative Services, Canberra (Australia)
Australian Antarctic Division (Australia)
Spatial coverage
60° 00' 00.0" S to 90° 00' 00.0" S | -60.0000° to -90.0000°
180° 00' 00.0" W to 180° 00' 00.0" E | -180.0000° to 180.0000°
Projection Polar Stereographic
Physical size 89 x 160 cm
Notes Double sided

Includes text on Phillip Law and the history of Australians in Antarctica by Andrew Jackson. Also details of early ANARE voyages, RAAF flights and activities of wintering parties at the stations. Includes photos.

Copies held at the Australian Antarctic Division: flat copies in drawer AUS59, folded copies in drawer AUS65.
Reference CSU 87/057
National ID -
Keywords Anare 1947-1966, Phillip Law, Tellurometer - Theodolite Traverse 1964-1965, Tellurometer - Theodolite Traverse 1965-1966, Dog Sled Journeys, Seismic Geophysical Traverse, Airborne Radar Altimeter Flights, Aerial Photography, Kista Dan Voyages 1953-1957, Magga Dan Voyages 1958-1961, Thala Dan Voyages 1957-1966, Nella Dan Voyages 1961-1966, Wyatt Earp Voyage 1947-48, Ship Tracks , Survey Marks , Historical,


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