Antarctica: A Journey of Discovery
by Louise Huffman, Rita Thomas, Erin Carr, Katia Kontar
Publisher: ANDRILL 2009
Number of pages: 60
Thinking about going to Antarctica? Here are the steps to a smooth trip if you plan to work in the US Antarctic Program (USAP). First, you have to make sure you are physically ready to endure the harsh conditions of the coldest place on Earth. After you have passed the USAP physical tests and some online courses to prepare you, get ready for the trip of a lifetime!
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