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Pingviner i naturens vold ;En dråbe fra tidernes morgen / Poul-Erik Philbert. Knortegaes på "umulig" mission / Henning Thing. Farligt affald på dumpen / Poul-Erik Philbert. En utfordring til klimamodellerne / Ole Humlun. Fuglebekendtgørelsen på kornet / Poul-Erik Philbert. Fuglebekendtgørelsen - fra holdning til handling / Edward Geisler. Knud Rasmussen under hammeren / Anon. En digitaliseret mumie / Pule-Erik Philbert.

Title: Pingviner i naturens vold ;En dråbe fra tidernes morgen / Poul-Erik Philbert. Knortegaes på "umulig" mission / Henning Thing. Farligt affald på dumpen / Poul-Erik Philbert. En utfordring til klimamodellerne / Ole Humlun. Fuglebekendtgørelsen på kornet / Poul-Erik Philbert. Fuglebekendtgørelsen - fra holdning til handling / Edward Geisler. Knud Rasmussen under hammeren / Anon. En digitaliseret mumie / Pule-Erik Philbert.
Translated title: Penguins in nature's power ; A drop from the morning of time ; Brent geese on "imposssible" mission ; Dangerous rubbish on the dump ; A challenge to the climate modellers ; Bird announcement on the grain ; Bird announcement - from attitude to behaviour ; Knud Rasmussen under the hammer ; A digitised mummy.
Author(s): Philbert, Poul-Erik.
Thing, Henning.
Humlum, Ole.
Geisler, Edward.
Date: 2002.
Language: Danish.
In: Polarfronten. (2002.), Vol. 1 (2002)
Abstract: Effects of two giant bergs run aground in Antarctic; Danish geologist has found quartz grain containing 3.8 Ma old seawater; mystery is how geese can have energy to fly from Denmark to NE Greenland and to breed there; Greenland dumps contain quantities of heavy metals; English research shows strong warming in Antarctic, but Dane claims opposite - model was faulty; Home Rule government has totally protected 5 species and limited hunting of 18 others - reason is sustainability; Rasmussen's secretary Emmy Langberg took part in several expeditions and left c. 600 negatives, just auctioned; mummy from Qilakitsoq has been CT-scanned.
Notes:

Polarfronten. Vol. 1 :1-17 (2002).

Keywords: 502 -- Environmental issues.
504.05 -- Environmental damage.
551.326.6 -- Icebergs.
551.58 -- Climatology.
591.543.43 -- Animal migration.
598.2 -- Birds.
92 -- Biographies: Rasmussen, Knud.
903 -- Archaeology: Eskimo.
Y -- Descriptive general accounts.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 161606

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