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Title:Beyond Petsora Eastward: Two Summer Voyages to Novaya Zemlya and the Islands of Barents Sea
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Beyond Petsora Eastward: Two Summer Voyages to Novaya Zemlya and the Islands of Barents Sea by Henry J. Pearson, Henry Wemyss Feilden

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Beyond Petsora Eastward: Two Summer Voyages to Novaya Zemlya and the Islands of Barents Sea In naturalists Henry J Pearson and Colonel H W Feilden set out to Norway for the first time aiming to study Arctic bird life geology and botany This book first published in is a collection of their diary entries and papers Full of humour and written almost novelistically Pearson s diary describes his ornithological findings and the other noteworthy features of their voyages he includes an anecdotal account of the process of catching a whale and describes their own less than ideal ship and the many difficulties of travelling in the often inhospitable and little explored North In the second half of the book Feilden focuses on geology and botany in three technical papers accompanied by his own photographs A remarkable account of an ambitious project this book forms part of the nineteenth century genre of scientific travel literature and contains still relevant information about the Arctic environment