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Record #186128:

The early Cold War and U.S. Arctic research / Fae L. Korsmo.

Title: The early Cold War and U.S. Arctic research / Fae L. Korsmo.
Author(s): Korsmo, Fae L.
Date: 2007.
Publisher: Sagamore Beach, MA: Science History Publications
In: Extremes : oceanography's adventures at the poles. (2007.),
Abstract: Discusses strategic vulnerability of Arctic as perceived by US in years immediately following World War II, and implications for acceleration of research programme focused on physical and biological research of northern latitudes. Notes that critical period in late 1940s set agenda for US sponsorship of northern research for decades to come. Also describes Operation Musk Ox undertaken by Canadian armed forces in 1946, and considers extent of military and scientific cooperation between Canada and US.
Notes:

In: Extremes : oceanography's adventures at the poles / Keith R. Benson, Helen M. Rozwadowski, eds.

Keywords: 327 -- International relations.
355.48 -- Military history.
355.52 -- Military manoeuvres: 1946 Musk Ox.
551.46(091) -- Oceanography, history.
93"194" -- 1940-1949.
93"195" -- 1950-1959.
V -- History.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
(73) -- United States.
SPRI record no.: 186128

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