Review of LASHIPA: History of Large Scale Resource Exploitation in Polar Areas, edited by Louwrens Hacquebord
This collection of papers reflects the results of two separate but related research projects: the International Polar Year (IPY) project History of Large Scale Resource Exploitation in Polar Areas (LASHIPA) and a European Science Foundation Collaborative Research (EUROCORES) 2006—10 BOREAS project entitled Colony, Empire, Environment: a Comparative International History of Twentieth Century Arctic Science (CEE). The collected papers were given at a workshop in St. Petersburg, Russia, in November 2009, where most of the participants were doctoral students gathered to offer the results of their research for the first time.
(Published: 11 March 2013)
Citation: Polar Research 2013, 32, 20610, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v32i0.20610
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