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Aldis, Rodney (1991) Polar Lands. In Ecology Watch series, publ. Cloverleaf for Evans Brothers, London. ISBN No. 0-237-51201-7.

Fothergill, Alastair (1993) Life in the Freezer. BBC Books, London. ISBN No. 0-563-36431-9.

Knapp, Brian (1992) Glacier. Land Shapes series, Atlantic Europe Publishing Co. ISBN No. 1-869860-36-5.

Lynch, David K and Livingston, William (2001) Color and Light in Nature, Second Edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN No. 0-521-77504-3.

Pielou, E. C. (1994) A Naturalist's Guide to the Arctic. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago. ISBN No. 0-226-66814-2.

Rowell, Galen (1997) Poles Apart: Parallel Visions of the Arctic and Antarctic. University of California Press. ISBN No. 0520209028.

Soper, Tony (2001) The Arctic - A Guide to Coastal Wildlife. Bradt Travel Guides, UK. ISBN No. 1-84162-020-3.

Newspaper Articles:
Branigan, Tania “It’s the coldest most isolated place on earth. Why would anyone want to live there?” The Guardian (UK), News section, August 6th 2001 (On the Halley base.)

George, Alison “Harvest of the Ice Field.” The Guardian (UK) Science section September 21 2000.

Radford, Tim “Antarctic Ice Cap is getting thinner.” The Guardian (UK) National News, February 2nd 2001. (Research by the British Antarctic Survey on global warming effects.)

Bassett, P. and Wallace, D. (Producers, 2000) “Predators.” BBC TV Series on various predators including the polar bear, wolf and killer whale: repeated BBC2, August 2000.

Brett, Caroline (Producer, 2001) “Survival Special: Hunt for the Red Whales.” Study of killer whales by Russian observer Afanassi Makovnev. ITV: 2nd September 2001.

Fothergill, Alastair, with Attenborough, David (1993) “Life in the Freezer.” BBC TV/Video series of 6 programmes first shown in 1993: repeated in 2000.

Fothergill, Alastair, with Attenborough, David (2001) “The Blue Planet.” BBC2 TV 8-part series on the Oceans: starting September 2001 (Video due: 2001).