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Gul ubåd på togt under isen ;Orm i Inlandisen / Poul-Erik Philbert. Lille sten vaelter verdensbilledet / Gabrielle Stockman. Et levende hus ; Man er hvad man spiser / Poul-Erik Philbert. Skarpt skulle det vaere / Steffen Stummann Hansen & John Sheehan. Første rejse mod Camp Century / Jørgen Busch.

Title: Gul ubåd på togt under isen ;Orm i Inlandisen / Poul-Erik Philbert. Lille sten vaelter verdensbilledet / Gabrielle Stockman. Et levende hus ; Man er hvad man spiser / Poul-Erik Philbert. Skarpt skulle det vaere / Steffen Stummann Hansen & John Sheehan. Første rejse mod Camp Century / Jørgen Busch.
Translated title: Yellow submarine on voyage under the ice ; Serpent in the Inland Ice ; Little stone overturns world view ; A living house ; A man is what he eats ; It must be sharp ; First journey towards Camp Century.
Author(s): Philbert, Poul-Erik.
Stockmann, Gabrielle.
Hansen, Steffen Stummann.
Sheehan, John.
Busch, Jørgen.
Date: 2002.
Language: Danish.
In: Polarfronten. (2002.), Vol. 2 (2002)
Abstract: Successful tour by mini-sub Martin in Greenland Sea, under Peter Wadhams; secret project Ice Worm in 1950s tunnelled under ice to test possibility of basing ICBM's there, and got plenty of useful data, but project would never have coped with ice movement; find of eclogite (first was in 1937, but significance was missed) by Jane Gilotti mapping with GEUS in NE Greenland shows that Greenland collided frontally with Norway 400 M years ago, rather than sliding over it; Knud Rasmussen's house at Hundested has new curator and new ideas for showing it; C₁₄ dating of late Norse bones shows diet almost exclusively of seal and fish; dig at Qassiarsuk found grindstone just like those of Whithorn, Scotland, and suggests central importance of site; author was radio assistant at Thule Base in 1951, finding safe dog sled route with Rasmussen's companion Qaavigarssuaq 120 km into Inland Ice, and exciting lift in rocket-assisted C47.
Notes:

Polarfronten. Vol. 2 :5-13, 17, 24 (2002).

Keywords: 355 -- Defence.
549 -- Mineralogy.
551.241 -- Plate tectonics.
551.326 -- Floating ice.
551.46 -- Oceanography, physical.
624.139 -- Engineering in frozen ground.
903 -- Archaeology: Norse.
U -- Archaeology.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
SPRI record no.: 164122

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