2014, XXI, 328 p. 163 illus., 130 illus. in color.
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Provides comprehensive coverage of the story of Antarctica
Expert team of authors are familiar with the sense and substance of the maps as they relate to Antarctica
Addresses a broad audience: modern cartographer as well as historic map collector
Unique maps that historically trace the ideas, discovery and exploration of Antarctica
Everyone likes maps and maps are always used to illustrate the many books on the Antarctic. Here the focus is reversed with contemporary maps telling the story – one that should be attractive to the widest audience as it is a unique approach complimenting what has gone before and providing something different for all interested in Antarctica.