Bibliography of Antarctica

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This bibliography of Antarctica is a list of English-language nonfiction books which have been described by reliable sources as in some way directly relating to the subject of Antarctica, its history, geography, people, etc.

  • Adie, Raymond J. - Antarctic Geology and Geophysics: Proceedings of a symposium, Oslo, Norway, August 1970.[1]
  • Alexander, Caroline - The Endurance: Shackleton's legendary Antarctic expedition.[2]
  • Amundsen, Roald - Race to the South Pole.[3]
  • Antarctica: Compiled from All Available Sources to 1943, Including the Results of All American Expeditions from the United States Exploring Expedition 1839-1841 to the United States Antarctic Service 1940-1941. [4]
  • Antarctica in the International Geophysical Year: Based on a Symposium on the Antarctic.[5]
  • Arnesen, Liv - No horizon is so far: two women and their extraordinary journey across Antarctica.[6]
  • Auburn, F. M. – Antarctic Law and Politics. [7]
  • Bancroft, Ann, Liv Arnesen, and Cheryl Dahle – No Horizon Is so Far: A Historic Journey across Antarctica. [8]
  • Barczewski, Stephanie L. - Antarctic destinies: Scott, Shackleton and the changing face of heroism.[9]
  • Baughman, T. H. - Before the Heroes Came: Antarctica in the 1890s.[10]
  • Beals, Herbert K. - Four Travel Journals: The Americas, Antarctica, and Africa.[11]
  • Behrendt, John C. - Innocents on the ice: a memoir of Antarctic exploration.[12]
  • Belanger, Dian Olson – Deep Freeze: The United States, the International Geophysical Year, and the Origins of Antarctica’s Age of Science. [13][14]
  • The Belgian Expedition under the Command of A. de Gerlache de Gomery. [15]
  • Bertram, Colin - Antarctica, Cambridge, Conservation and Population: A Biologist's Story.[16]
  • Bertram, Colin – Antarctica Sixty Years Ago: A Re-Appraisal of the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-37. [17]
  • Bickel, Lennard - Mawson's will: the greatest polar survival story ever written.[18]
  • Bickel, Lennard - Shackleton's forgotten men: the untold tragedy of the endurance epic.[19]
  • Boggs, S. W. - The Polar Regions: Geographical and Historical Data for Consideration in a Study of Claims to Sovereignty in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions.[20]
  • Bohme, Rolf – Inventory of World Topographic Mapping. Volume 3: Eastern Europe, Asia, Oceania and Antarctica. [21]
  • Burke, David - Voyage to the end of the world: with tales from the great ice barrier.[22]
  • Burns, Robin - Just tell them I survived: women in Antarctica.[23]
  • Bush, W. M. - Antarctica and International Law: A Collection of Inter-state and National Documents.[24][25]
  • Byrd, Richard Evelyn - Alone: the classic polar adventure.[26]
  • Caesar, Adrian - The White: Last Days in the Antarctic Journeys of Scott and Mawson, 1911-1913.[27]
  • Cassidy, William A. – Meteorites, Ice, and Antarctica: A Personal Account. [28]
  • Charney, Jonathan I. - The New Nationalism and the Use of Common Spaces: Issues in Marine Pollution and the Exploration of Antarctica.[29][30][31]
  • Cherry-Garrard, Apsley - The Worst Journey in the World: Antarctic, 1910-1913.[32][33]
  • Chester, S. – A Wildlife Guide to Chile, Continental Chile, Chilean Antarctica, Easter Island, Juan Fernandez Archipelago. [34]
  • Child, Jack - Antarctica and South American Geopolitics: Frozen Lebensraum.[35][36]
  • Cokinos, Christopher - The Fallen Sky: An Intimate History of Shooting Stars.[37]
  • Collier, Graham - Antarctic odyssey: in the footsteps of the South Polar explorers.[38]
  • Copeland, Sebastian. Antarctica: The Global Warning.[39]
  • Cox, Lynne - Swimming to Antarctica: Tales of a Long-Distance Swimmer.[40][41]
  • Croizat, Leon - Manual of Plant-Geography or an Account of Plant-Dispersal throughout the World.[42]
  • De Witt, Maarten J. – Minerals and Mining in Antarctica: Science and Technology, Economics and Politics. [43]
  • Diski, Jenny - Skating to Antarctica: Skating to the End of the World.[44][45]
  • Does, Willem van der - Storms, ice, and whales: the Antarctic adventures of a Dutch artist on a Norwegian whaler.[46]
  • Ecklund, Carl R. and Joan Beckman - Antarctica: Polar Research and Discovery During the International Geophysical Year.[47]
  • Edholm, O. G. and E. K. E. Gunderson – Polar Human Biology: The Proceedings of the SCAR/IUPS/IUBS Symposium on Human Biology and Medicine in the Antarctic. [48]
  • English, Robert A. J. - Sailing Directions for Antarctica, Including the Off-Lying Islands South of Latitude 60 degrees.[49][50]
  • Ferguson, A. – Geological Observations in the South Shetlands, the Palmer Archipelago, and Graham Land, Antarctica. [51]
  • Fiennes, Ranulph - Captain Scott.[52]
  • Fiennes, Ranulph - Mind Over Matter: The Epic Crossing of the Antarctic Continent.[53]
  • Fiennes, Ranulph - Race to the Pole: tragedy, heroism, and Scott's Antarctic quest.[54]
  • Fox, Robert - Antarctica and the South Atlantic: Discovery, Development and Dispute.[55]
  • Fox, William L. - Terra Antarctica: Looking into the Emptiest Continent.[56][57][58][59]
  • Francioni, Francesco and Tullio Scovazzi – International Law for Antarctica. [60][61]
  • Fuchs, Arved - In Shackleton's wake.[62]
  • Geophysical Monograph No. 1. Antarctica in the I. G. Y. [63]
  • Giaever, John - The White Desert: The Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition.[64]
  • Gorman, James - Ocean enough and time: discovering the waters around Antarctica.[65]
  • Grattan, C. HartleyThe Southwest Pacific Since 1900. A Modern History: Australia, New Zealand, the Islands, Antarctica. [66][67]
  • Grattan, C. Hartley - The Southwest Pacific to 1900: A Modern History: Australian, New Zealand, the Islands, Antarctica.[66][68][69][70]
  • Green, Bill - Water, ice & stone: science and memory on the Antarctic lakes.[71]
  • Greene, Dorothy M. – A Conspectus of the Mosses of Antarctica, South Georgia, the Falkland Islands and Southern South America. [72]
  • Gressitt, J. L. - Entymology of Antarctica, Vol. 10, Antarctic Research Series.[73]
  • Griffiths, Tom - Slicing the silence: voyaging to Antactica.[74][75]
  • Gunn, B. M. and Guyon Warren - Geology 4: Geology of Victoria Land between the Mawson and Mulock Glaciers, Antarctica.[76]
  • Gurney, Alan - Below the Convergence: Voyages Toward Antarctica, 1699-1839.[77][78]
  • Gurney, Alan - The race to the white continent.[79]
  • Hall, Lincoln - The Loneliest Mountain: the dramatic story of the first expedition to climb Mt Minto, Antarctica.[80]
  • Hanc, John - The coolest race on earth: mud, madmen, glaciers, and grannies at the Antarctica marathon.[81]
  • Harrison, Albert A. & Yvonne Clearwater - From Antarctica to Outer Space: Life in Isolation and Confinement.[82]
  • Hartman, Olga – Polychaeta Errantia of Antarctica. Volume 3, Antarctic Research Series. [83]
  • Hartman, Olga – Polychaeta Myzostomidae and Sedentarian of the Antarctica. Volume 7, Antarctic Research Series. [83]
  • Hartman, Olga – Polychaetous Annelids Collected by the USNS Eitanin and Staten Island Cruises Chiefly from Antarctic Seas. Allan Hancock Monographs in Biology, No. 2.[83]
  • Hayes, J. Gordon – Antarctica: A Treatise on the Southern Continent. [84]
  • Herzefeld, Ute Christina - Atlas of Antarctica: Topographic Maps from Geostatistical Analysis of Satellite Radar Altimeter Data.[85]
  • Higgins, P. J., J. M. Peter, and W. K. Steele – Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds. Volume 5 Tyrant-Flycatchers to Chats. [86]
  • Hisdal, V., O. A. Amble, and N. J. Schumacher – Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition, 1949-1952. Scientific Results: Vol. 1, Meteorology: Part 2, Surface Observations; Sub-Part 1, Air Pressure. [87]
  • Hobbs, William Herbert - The Discoveries of Antarctica within the American Sector, as Revealed by Maps and Documents.[88][89]
  • Holdgate, M. W. - Antarctic Ecology: Based on a symposium, Cambridge, England, 1968.[90]
  • Hooper, Meredith - The Ferocious Summer: Palmer's Penguins and the Warming of Antarctica [The Ferocious Summer: Adelie Penguins and the Warming of Antarctica].[91][92][93][94]
  • Huntford, Roland - The Last Place on Earth (aka Scott and Amundsen).[95][96]
  • Huntford, Roland - Shackleton.[96][97]
  • Husseiny, A. A. – Iceberg Utilization: Proceedings of the First International Conference and Workshops on Iceberg Utilization for Fresh Water Production, Weather Modification and Other Applications Held at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA, 2-6 Oct. 1977. [98]
  • Jacquet, Luc, photos by Jerome Maison, trans. by Donnali Fifield - March of the Penguins.[99]
  • Johnson, Nicholas - Big Dead Place: Inside the Strange and Menacing World of Antarctica.[100][101][102]
  • Johnson, Rebecca L. - Science on the Ice: An Antarctic Journal.[103]
  • Jones, A. G. E. – Antarctica Observed: Who Discovered the Antarctic Continent? [104]
  • Jones, Max - The last great quest: Captain Scott's Antarctic sacrifice.[105]
  • Joyner, Christopher C. and Sudhir K. Chopra - The Antarctic Legal Regime.[106]
  • Kearns, David A. - ''Where hell freezes over: a story of amazing bravery and survival.[107]
  • Kelly, Philip and Jack Child – Geopolitics of the Southern Cone and Antarctica.[36]
  • Kolbert, Elizabeth, ed. with Francis Spufford - The Ends of the Earth: An Anthology of the finest writing on the Arctic and the Antarctic.[108]
  • Landis, Marilyn J. - Antarctica: exploring the extreme: 400 years of adventure.[109]
  • Lansing, Alfred - Endurance: Shackleton's incredible voyage.[110]
  • Lee, Richard E., Jr. and David L. Denlinger - Insects at Low Temperature.[111]
  • Legler, Gretchen - On the Ice: An Intimate Portrait of Life at McMurdo Station, Antarctica.[112][113][114]
  • Liljequist, G. H. - Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition, 1949-1952. Scientific Results: Vol. II, Meteorology: Part 1, Energy Exchange of an Antarctic Snowfield, Sub-Part A, Short-Wave Radiation, 1956; Sub Part B, Long-Wave Radiation and Radiation Balance, 1956; Sub-Part C, Wind Structure in the Low Layer, 1957; Sub-Part D, Surface Inversions and Turbulent Heat Transfer, 1957. [87]
  • Liljequist, G. H. - Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition, 1949-1952. Scientific Results: Vol. II, Meteorology: Part 2, Special Studies. Sub-Part A, Halo-Phenomena and Ice Crystals. [87]
  • Lizotte, Michael and Kevin Arrigo – Antarctic Sea Ice: Biological Processes, Interactions and Variability, Antarctic Research Series, Vol. 73. [115]
  • Lorentsen, S.-H. - Reproductive Effort in the Antarctic Petrel Thalassoica Antarctica: The Effect of Parental Body Size and Condition.[116]
  • Lynch, Wayne - Penguins of the world.[117]
  • MacDowall, Joseph – On Floating Ice: Two Years on an Antarctic Ice-Shelf. [118]
  • Mastro, Jim, with Norbert Wu - Under Antarctic Ice: The Photographs of Norbert Wu.[119][120]
  • Mathews, Eleanor - Ambassador to the penguins: a naturalist's year aboard a yankee whaleship.[121]
  • Matthiessen, Peter - End of the Earth: Voyages to Antarctica.[122]
  • Mawson, Douglas, Sir - The Home of the Blizzard: A True Story of Antarctic Survival.[123]
  • McGonigal, David - Antarctica: Secrets of the Southern Continent.[124][125][126]
  • McSween, Harry Y. - Meteorites and Their Parent Planets.[127]
  • Mercy, David - Berserk: my voyage to Antarctica in a twenty-seven-foot sailboat.[128]
  • Moorehead, Alan - The Fatal Impact: An Account of the Invasion of the South Pacific, 1767-1840.[129]
  • Morris, Michael M. – Great Power Reliations in Argentina, Chile and Antarctica. [36][130]
  • Murphy, Joseph E. - South to the Pole by ski: nine men and two women pioneer a new route to the South Pole.[131]
  • Murphy, Robert CushmanOceanic Birds of South America. A Study of Species of the Related Coasts and Seas, Including the American Quadrant of Antarctica Based Upon the Brewster-Sanford Collection in the American Museum of Natural History:Volumes I and II. [132][133][134][135]
  • Myers, Joan - Wondrous cold: an Antarctic journey.[136]
  • Myhre, Jeffrey D. – The Antarctic Treaty System: Politics, Law and Diplomacy. [43]
  • Naveen, Ron - Waiting to fly: my escapades with the penguins of Antarctica.[137][138]
  • Nicoll, Alastair Vere -Riding the Ice Wind: By Kite and Sledge Across Antarctica.[139]
  • Norsenskjold, N. Otto G. and Joh. Gunnar Andersson – Antarctica, or Two Years amongst the Ice of the South Pole. [15]
  • Ochyra, Ryszard - The illustrated moss flora of Antarctica.[140]
  • Ochyra, Ryszard - The Moss Flora of King George Island, Antarctica.[141]
  • Ovstedal, DO and RI Lewis Smith – Lichens of Antarctica and South Georgia: A Guide to Their Identification and Ecology. [142]
  • Parker, Bruce C. – Proceedings of the Colloquium on Conservation Problems in Antarctica. Blackburg, Va., Sept. 1971. [143]
  • Parsons, Anthony – Antarctica: The Next Decade: Report of a Study Group. [144]
  • Patterson, Diana - The ice beneath my feet: my year in Antarctica.[145]
  • Peterson, M. J. – Managing the Frozen South: The Creation and Evolution of the Antarctic Treaty System. [61]
  • Philbrick, Nathaniel - Sea of Glory: America's voyage of discovery: the U. S. Exploring Expedition, 1838-1842.[146]
  • Plimpton, George - Ernest Shackleton.[147]
  • Polar Research Board – Antarctic Treaty System: An Assessment. Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Beardmore South Field Camp, Antarctica, January 7–13, 1985. [148]
  • Price, A. GrenfellThe Winning of Australian Antarctica: Mawson’s B.A.N.Z.A.R.E. Voyages 1929-1931: Based on the Mawson Papers. [149]
  • Priestley, Raymond, Raymond J. Adie and G. de Q. Robin - Antarctic Research: A Review of British Scientific Achievement in Antarctica.[150]
  • Priscu, John C.Ecosystems Dynamics in a Polar Desert: The McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctic research Series, Vol. 72. [151]
  • Pyne, Stephen J.The Ice: A Journey to Antarctica. [152]
  • Quam, Louis O. & Horace D. Porter - Research in the Antarctic: A symposium, Dallas, Texas, Dec. 1968.[153]
  • Quartermain, L. B. - South to the Pole: The Early History of the Ross Sea Sector, Antarctica.[154][155]
  • Quigg, Philip W. - A Pole Apart: The Emerging Issue of Antarctica.[156][157]
  • Riffenburgh, Beau, ed. - Encyclopedia of the Antarctic.[158]
  • Riffenburgh, Beau - Shackleton's forgotten expedition: the voyage of the Nimrod.[159]
  • Roberts, Leslie Carol - The Entire Earth and Sky: Views on Antarctica.[160][161]
  • Robertson, Hugh and Barrie Heather – The Hand Guide to the Birds of New Zealand. [162]
  • Rodgers, Eugene - Beyond the Barrier: The Story of Byrd's First Expedition to Antarctica.[163][164]
  • Rose, Lisle A.Assault on Eternity: Richard E. Byrd and the Exploration of Antarctica, 1946-47. [165]
  • Rosove, Michael H. - Let heroes speak: Antarctic explorers, 1772-1922.[166]
  • Ross, M. J. – Ross in the Antarctic: The Voyages of James Clark Ross in Her Majesty’s Ships ‘’Erebus’’ and ‘’Terror’’ 1839-1843.[104]
  • Rudmose-Brown, R. N.The Polar Regions: A Physical and Economic Geography of the Arctic and Antarctic. [84]
  • Sanderson, Marie - Griffith Taylor: Antarctic Scientist and Pioneer Geographer.[167]
  • Schytt, V. - Snow and Ice Studies in Antarctica: Norwegian-British-Swedish Antarctic Expedition, 1949-52.[168]
  • Science in Antarctica: A Report by the Committee on Polar Research.[169]
  • Scott, Jonathan and Angela Scott - Antarctica: Exploring a Fragile Eden.[170]
  • Scott, Robert Falcon - Journals: Captain Scott's last expedition.[171]
  • Scott, Robert Falcon - Scott's last expedition: the journals.[172]
  • Scott, Robert Falcon - The Voyage of the Discovery.[173]
  • Shackleton, Ernest Henry - Escape from the Antarctic.[174]
  • Shackleton, Ernest Henry - The heart of the Antarctic: being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1907-1909.[175]
  • Shackleton, Ernest Henry - Shackleton, his Antarctic writings.[176]
  • Shackleton, Ernest Henry - South: the Endurance expedition.[177]
  • Shackleton, Jonathan - Shackleton: an Irishman in Antarctica.[178]
  • Shapiro, Deborah - Time on ice: a winter voyage to Antarctica.[179]
  • Shirihai, Hadoram - The Complete Guide to Antarctic Wildlife: birds and marine mammals of the Antarctic continent and the Southern Ocean, 2nd ed.[180][181]
  • Shulman, Neville - Some Like It Cold: Arctic and Antarctic expeditions.[182]
  • Simpson, George GaylordSplendid Isolation. [183]
  • Simpson, Ken, Nicholas Day, and Peter Trusler - Birds of Antarctica.[184]
  • Simpson-Housley, Paul - Antarctica: Exploration, Perception, and Metaphor.[185]
  • Smith, Michael - Tom Cream: unsung hero of the Scott and Shackleton Antarctic expeditions.[186]
  • Smith, Roff Martin - Life on the Ice: No One Goes to Antarctica Alone.[187][188][189]
  • Solomon, Susan - The Coldest March: Scott's Fatal Antarctic Expedition.[190]
  • The South Pole: a historical reader.[191]
  • Spufford, Francis - I May Be Some Time: Ice and the English Imagination.[192]
  • Stokke, Olav Schram and Davor Vidas – Governing the Antarctic: The Effectiveness and Legitimacy of the Antarctic Treaty System. [60]
  • Stone, Greg - Ice island: the expedition to Antarctica's largest iceberg.[193]
  • Stroud, Mike - Shadows on the Wasteland.[194]
  • Suggate, L. S. - Australia and New Zealand, with Pacific Islands and Antarctica.[195]
  • Swan, Robert - Antarctica 2041: My Quest to Save the Earth's Last Wilderness.[196][197]
  • Swithinbank, Charles – An Alien in Antarctica: Reflections upon Forty Years of Exploration and Research on the Frozen Continent. [198]
  • Swithinbank, Charles – Foothold on Antarctica: The First International Expedition (1949–1952) through the Eyes of Its Youngest Member. [118]
  • Thomas, David N., G. E. (Tony) Fogg, Peter Convey, Christian H. Fritsen, Josep-Maria Gili, Rold Gradinger, Johanna Laybourn-Parry, Keith Reid, and David W. H. Walton - The Biology of Polar Regions: Revised Edition. Biology of Habitats.[199]
  • Thomson, David - Scott, Shackleton, and Amundesen: ambition and tragedy in the Antarctic.[200]
  • Triggs, Gillian D.The Antarctic Treaty Regime: Law, Environment and Resources. [43][144]
  • Tulloch, Coral - Antarctica: The Heart of the World.[201]
  • Tyler-Lewis, Kelly - The Lost Men: the Harrowing Story of Shackleton's Ross Sea Party.[202]
  • Tyrell, G. W. – A Contribution to the Petrography of the South Shetland Islands, the Palmer Archipelago, and the Danco Land Coast, Antarctica. [51]
  • United Nations General AssemblyQuestion of Antarctica: Report of the Secretary-General. [7]
  • Vicuna, Francisco Orrego - Antarctic Mineral Exploitation: The Emerging Framework.[61][106]
  • Vicuna, Francisco Orrego – Antarctic Resources Policy: Scientific, Legal and Political Issues.[7]
  • Wainwright, J. A. - Flight of the Falcon: Scott's Journey to the South Pole 1910-1912.[203]
  • Weyers, Chris - White demon: one man's quest for the South Pole.[204]
  • Wheeler, Sara - Cherry: a life of Apsley Cherry-Garrard.[205]
  • Wheeler, Sara - Terra incognita: travels in Antarctica.[206]
  • Williams, Isobel - With Scott in the Antarctic: Edward Wilson, Explorer, Naturalist, Artist.[207]
  • Worsley, Frank Arthur - Endurance: An Epic of Polar Adventure.[208]
  • Worsley, Frank Arthur - Shackleton's Boat Journey.[209]

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