ISBN: 0405030878 9780405030871: OCLC Number: 149982: Notes: Translation of Gjennom Sibir. Description: xvi, 477 pages illustrations, maps, portraits 24 cm. Get this from a library! Through Siberia, the land of the future. [Fridtjof Nansen; Arthur G Chater] -- Travel by author in 1913. Translation of Norwegian original Gjennem Siberien, Kirstiania, 1914. Page 166 - With contributions from the Siberian members of the Duma, the Red Cross Society sent out an expedition from Krasnoyarsk, but too late in the spring, when the snow had already begun to melt. They got past Turukhansk, but could not penetrate any farther into the tundra on account of the state of the ground. They went far enough to find tents where all was still; the occupants lay dead. Through Siberia, the land of the future by Nansen, Fridtjof, 1861-1930; Chater, Arthur G., tr. Publication date 1914 Publisher London, W. Heinemann Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of Harvard University Language English; German. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded. About Cambridge Library Collection - Polar Exploration. Visit. This series includes accounts, by eye-witnesses and contemporaries, of early expeditions to the Arctic and the Antarctic. Huge resources were invested in such endeavours, particularly the search for the North-West Passage, which, if successful, promised enormous strategic and commercial rewards.
SPRILIB Russian North. SPRI Library holds an exceptionally extensive collection of publications concerning northern Russia and Siberia. There are currently around 25,000 records, listing works published from 1671 through to 2003. The database will be periodically updated to include publications added recently to our collection. Through Siberia, the Land of the Future - Cambridge Library Collection - Polar Exploration Paperback Fridtjof Nansen £35.99 Paperback.
As a result, the Scott Polar Research Institute closed its doors on Friday 20th March, for the foreseeable future. Find out what this means in a statement from University of Cambridge Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen Toope. Please check our social media platforms and this website for further updates and news on our re-opening. The reindeer Rangifer tarandus is the mainstay of most of the indigenous cultures and economies of the Eurasian north.Yet much of the literature ignores indigenous perspectives in favour of ecological perspectives based on a resource-oriented model. of the Russian colonisation of Siberia and tensions with China. Combining ethnographic material with accounts of Russia’s trade with indigenous Siberian peoples and China, this volume presented one of the first scholarly accounts of Siberia to western Europe at a time when the region was little known outside of Russia. CAMBRIDGE LIBRARY.
Published in 1905, this acclaimed two-volume work by the naval officer and expedition leader Robert Falcon Scott 1868–1912 recounts the trials, errors and achievements of an undertaking which laid the foundations for future research and Scott's later journey to the South Pole. Cambridge library collection - polar exploration 1 Cambridge library collection. travel and exploration 4 Cambridge library collection - polar exploration 1 Cambridge library collection. Narrating the Future in Siberia av Olga Ulturgasheva E-bok, 2012, Engelska, ISBN 9780857457677. The wider cultural universe of contemporary Eveny. Siberia sībēr´ēə, Rus. Sibir, vast geographical region of Russia, covering c.2,900,000 sq mi 7,511,000 sq km and having an estimated population 1992 of 32,459,000. Historically it has had no official standing as a political or territorial division, but it was generally understood to comprise the northern third of Asia, stretching roughly from the lowlands east of Urals in the west. Jun 05, 2019 · Ancient DNA Reveals Complex Story of Human Migration Between Siberia and North America Two studies greatly increase the amount of information we have about the peoples who first populated North. Arctic exploration is the physical exploration of the Arctic region of the Earth.It refers to the historical period during which mankind has explored the region north of the Arctic Circle.Historical records suggest that humankind have explored the northern extremes since 325 BC, when the ancient Greek sailor Pytheas reached a frozen sea while attempting to find a source of the metal tin.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Cambridge Library Collection: New Land: Four Years in the Arctic Regions by Otto Neumann Sverdrup 2014, Trade Paperback at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Jul 04, 2019 · Siberia is the region making up nearly all of Northern Asia. It is made up of the central and eastern portions of Russia and it encompasses the area from the Ural Mountains east to the Pacific Ocean.It also extends from the Arctic Ocean south to northern Kazakhstan and the borders of Mongolia and China.In total Siberia covers 5.1 million square miles 13.1 million sq km or 77% of Russia's. The motivation to navigate the Northeast passage was initially economic. In Russia, the idea of a possible seaway connecting the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans was first proposed by the diplomat Gerasimov in 1525. However, Russian settlers and traders on the coast of the White Sea, the Pomors, had been exploring parts of the route as early as the 11th century. Jul 12, 2008 · The current northern treeline zone in Eurasia runs roughly parallel to the Arctic coast for over 5500 km from Fennoscandia through eastern Siberia figure 2. The treeline lies generally between 60° and 70° N latitude and extends northward to 73° N in the Taimyr Peninsula region of central Siberia, a location that represents the world's.
The early history of Siberia was greatly influenced by the sophisticated nomadic civilizations of the Scythians on the west of the Ural Mountains and Xiongnu on the east of the Urals, both flourishing before the Christian era.The steppes of Siberia were occupied by a succession of nomadic peoples, including the Khitan people,  various Turkic peoples, and the Mongol Empire. Sep 15, 2010 · The Library's systematic classification → Polar regions in general and subject headings keywords, Polar regions, Arctic, Antarctica and Antarctic Treaty Washington, D.C., 1 December 1959 are instrumental for searching through the Catalogue. Special attention is given to our subscriptions on databases, e-journals, e-books and other. Farthest North, Vol. I Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship 'Fram' 1893-1896. Fridtjof Nansen. from: $21.23. Farthest North, Vol. II Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship 'Fram' 1893-1896. Through Siberia, the Land of the Future. Fridtjof Nansen. from: $35.87. The Norwegian North Polar Expedition.
Siberia yields about three fourths of the country’s total coal production, with two fifths coming from the Kuznetsk Basin Kuzbas.Western Siberia is Russia’s principal supplier of oil and natural gas. The oil and gas fields are located in the taiga and tundra zones of the middle and lower Ob River basin. Nov 01, 2000 · The Karluk was a ship fitted out and organized as the most elaborate Arctic exploration expeditions.It at out in June of 1913. The commander was Valhjalmar Stephansson. Following six weeks, the boat was frozen in the ice and reaching land was no longer possible. The boat continued to drift farther north. Stephansson abandoned his crew. Jun 16, 2010 · It is told at the Polar Museum in Cambridge, which reopened in June, 2010, after an extensive refurbishment. The museum tells the story of polar exploration and reveals how the data gathered 100 years ago is used to help explain climate change today. It packs a lot of story-telling into a small, light and airy space. Polar exploration.
Jan 18, 2005 · The immense size and natural resources of Siberia, and its crucial geopolitical position in Eurasian history, assure it a prominent place in the interests and concerns of Russia and the other powers of Northeast Asia and the Pacific Rim. The central issue of Siberian history is: What were the essential social, political and cultural factors which contributed to the emergence of Siberia as a. From the first Soviet Five-Year Plan 1928–32, industrial growth was considerable, with coal-mining and iron-and-steel complexes begun in the Kuznetsk Coal Basin and along the line of the Trans-Siberian Railroad, partly through the use of forced labour.Forced-labour camps spread throughout Siberia during the 1930s, the most important being the camp complexes in the extreme northeast and. Genetic analysis of two children's teeth dating to 31,000 years ago revealed a previously unknown group of humans who lived in Siberia during the Ice Age.
1980 Nomads of South Siberia: The Pastoral Economies of Tuva. C. Humphrey, ed. M. Colenso, trans. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press Vakhtin, Nikolai 1998 Indigenous Peoples of the Russian Far North: Land Rights and the Environment. Polar Geography, Vol.. Mar 25, 2019 · Starting west of Lake Baikal, in the Baikal Mountains, the Lena River cuts through Siberia’s boreal forests, finding its way north to the Arctic Ocean 2,736 miles later. Aug 09, 2011 · Background. Polar bears Ursus maritimus are among those species most susceptible to the rapidly changing arctic climate, and their survival is of global concern.Despite this, little is known about polar bear species history. Future conservation strategies would significantly benefit from an understanding of basic evolutionary information, such as the timing and conditions of their initial. Their book is a remarkable account of how the people of Djarkhan have created their own distinctive place through their unique relationship with a severe and demanding land. This book traces the way of life of the village’s Turkic inhabitants, the Yakuts, from their arrival in the 1600s through czarist times and the Soviet era to the present day. Interviews. Barnes & Noble Review Interview with Hampton Sides In July 1879, the U.S. Navy vessel Jeannette set out on an ill- starred voyage of polar exploration via the Bering Strait. In an age in which the Arctic and Antarctic poles represented the last elements of the unknown, voyages like the one helmed by George Washington DeLong represented the last proving ground for heroism and discovery.
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