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Chapter 11: Life, ice and ocean: contemporary Antarctic spaces
11. Life, ice and ocean: contemporary Antarctic spaces Alessandro Antonello Although ‘The Antarctic’ is certainly one (very) big space, it is also a region composed of many spaces. These abut, overlap, compete, inter-connect, are separate and di...
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