Review of The North Pole was here: puzzles and perils at the top of the world, by Andrew C. Revkin
AbstractEver wondered what the men’s toilet at Camp Borneo, a temporary Russian camp on the ice about 96 km from the North Pole, consists of? In The North Pole was here, Andrew Revkin reveals this—“a waist high igloo-style wall of ice blocks” (p. 16)—and other details of the fi eld conditions experienced by scientists who carry out research near the very top of the world.
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