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Endurance (1912 ship)

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Endurance was the three-masted barquentine in which Sir Ernest Shackleton sailed for the Antarctic on the 1914 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition. She was  ...

British Trans-Antarctica Expedition 1914-17, Endurance, Crew and ...

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An old Antarctic hand on his fourth trip south with the Endurance, Cheetham was ... One of two surgeons on the expedition, Macklin also had the job of driving a team .... The glacier was discovered in the course of the U.S. Navy LC-130 plane  ...

Antarctic Logistics & Expeditions: Home

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ANI pioneered private flights to Antarctica in 1985. We specialize in guided climbs, ski expeditions & other adventures in the interior of Antarctica. ... Embark on an expedition that will test your strength, endurance, and resolve to join an .... and remote southern Ellsworth Mountains, on the broad expanse of Union Glacier.

PEM | The Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition ...

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The Endurance: Shackleton's Legendary Antarctic Expedition ... When they reached their destination, they had to scale immense glaciers to get to help on the ...

life hung by a thread: endurance of antarctic fauna in glacial periods

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Mar 1, 2008 ... Abstract. Today, Antarctica exhibits some of the harshest environmental conditions for life on Earth. During the last glacial period, Antarctic ...

Antarctic Explorers: Ernest Shackleton - South-Pole.com

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Shackleton felt that the first crossing of the Antarctic Continent, from sea to sea via ... the arrival of the Trans-continental party at the top of the Beardmore Glacier . ... The ENDURANCE would be used to transport the Trans-continental party to ...

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Many of the Endurance South Pole 100 expedition knew Henry and one member had served in the Army with him ..... Monday 7th December – Endurance 100 Blog – Union Glacier, Antarctica ..... Two cars tyres per person seems to do the job.

Shackleton adventurers stranded by extreme weather - Telegraph

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Feb 9, 2013 ... ... led to two members of the team being stranded on a high mountain glacier. ... All members of the Endurance mission were eventually rescued with no fatalities. .... and employment - often citing the fact that the job does not pay enough, ... Er... no, I think you'll find the weather is quite normal for Antarctica.

Environmental jobs - Antarctic Glaciers

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Aug 24, 2015 ... Are you a recent graduate looking for work or work experience in the environmental sector? Perhaps you've finished your MSc and are looking ...

Antarctic Logistics and Expeditions LLC | LinkedIn

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See who you know at Antarctic Logistics and Expeditions LLC, leverage your professional network, and get hired. ... See how you're connected to employees ... Our base at Union Glacier, Antarctica, is open each year from November through ...

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Find a job, work in Antarctica - Cool Antarctica

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Speculative postings to Antarctic and job seeking forums from people who .... looking for when it comes to technical skills (glacier travel, crevasse rescue, etc.)  ...

All About Sea Ice | Exploration: Antarctic | National Snow and Ice ...

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On January 28, 1820, the expedition discovered the Antarctic mainland, and ... Shackleton's ship, the Endurance, sailed into the Weddell Sea in 1914 with a ...

1915 Antarctic 'Endurance' Expedition Photos - Business Insider

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Jun 14, 2012 ... Beginning on August 8, 1914, Sir Ernest Shackleton led a crew of 27 Englishman to Antarctica in an attempt to make the first land crossing of ...