9th Soviet Antarctic Expedition
The 9th Soviet Antarctic Expedition was the Soviet Antarctic Expedition that ran from 1963 to 16 March 1965.
Research during the expedition was split into two groups. The first being geophysical; seismology, geomagnetism, earth currents, aurora, cosmic rays, radio propagation, aerology and meteorology. The second group was more fieldwork based; mapping new land, oceanography, geology and glaciology etc.
- Swithbank, C. (December 1966) "A Year with the Russians in Antarctica" in The Geographical Journal, 132(4):463–74
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