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Record #112606:

Antarctica: prototype for outer space / Albert A. Harrison.

Title: Antarctica: prototype for outer space / Albert A. Harrison.
Author(s): Harrison, Albert A.
Date: 1991.
Publisher: Cambridge: Scott Polar Research Institute
In: Human factors in polar psychology with some implications for space. Papers presented at the 24th International Congress of Psychology, Sydney, Australia, August 30 1988. (1991.),
Abstract: Compares natural, constructed and social environments found today in Antarctica with those we expect to encounter in outer space tomorrow, and describes how human behavioural research in Antarctica may prove beneficial in planning for space travel and colonisation.
Notes:

In: Human factors in polar psychology with some implications for space. Papers presented at the 24th International Congress of Psychology, Sydney, Australia, August 30 1988 / A.J.W. Taylor, ed.

Keywords: 613/614 -- Health and preventive medicine.
159.9 -- Psychology.
I -- Medicine and health.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 112606

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