The library of the British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge

Phillips, Christine. 1990 The library of the British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge. Proceedings of the Polar Library Colloquy, 1990. 94-98.

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The history of the British Antarctic Survey, and of its predecessors, Operation Tabarin and Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey, is outlined. The objectives, stock, and organization of the Survey's library and the services provided are described. In addition to the main library at its headquarters in Cambridge, the Survey maintains small scientific libraries on each of its five bases. The problems of remote information provision are discussed.

Item Type: Publication - Article
Programmes: BAS Programmes > Other
Additional Keywords: library service, BAS, information services, antarctic libraries, polar libraries
NORA Subject Terms: Data and Information
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