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Record #197037:

Captain Scott's last camp, Ross Ice Shelf / Robert Keith Headland.

Title: Captain Scott's last camp, Ross Ice Shelf / Robert Keith Headland.
Author(s): Headland, Robert Keith.
Date: 2011.
In: Polar Record. (2011.), Vol. 47(242) (2011)
Abstract: Estimates trajectory, rate of travel and depth of accumulating ice cover for tent containing bodies of Scott, Wilson and Bowers. Concludes that Scott's last camp on 1910-13 Terra Nova expedition may reach position of current ice front in Ross Sea to east of Cape Crozier around year 2250 buried 100 m deep in ice shelf, but that due to likely calving at ice front, bodies will ultimately be committed to waters of Southern Ocean.
Notes:

Polar Record. Vol. 47(242) :270 (2011).

Keywords: 91(08) -- Expeditions: 1910-13 Scott.
92(093.5) -- Memorials: Scott, Robert Falcon.
551.324.28 -- Ice shelves: Ross Ice Shelf.
551.324.5 -- Land ice, flow.
V -- History.
(*7) -- Antarctic regions.
(*76) -- Ross Dependency.
SPRI record no.: 197037

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