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# Author(s) Names(s) Article Title Peer-reviewed
1 Ann Savours Collecting Seaweeds on Macquarie Island with A.N.A.R.E., December 1960
2 Krzysztof Sienicki Zeitgeist happenstance, or coincidence of Captain Scott’s élan vital: Part I - Prolegomenon
3 Editorial Lessons for the Arctic: How Roald Amundsen Won the Race to the South Pole by Geir O. Kløver. No
4 Krzysztof Sienicki Simple Arithmetic Proof that Captain Robert F. Scott’s Party did not Perish in 1912 due to Weather and Starvation
5 Ryan L. Fogt, Megan E. Jones, Susan Solomon, Julie M. Jones, and Chad A. Goergens An Exceptional Summer during the South Pole Race of 1911/12[1]
6 Krzysztof Sienicki Comments On An Exceptional Summer During The South Pole Race Of 1911-12[2]
7 Ryan L. Fogt, Megan E. Jones, Susan Solomon, Julie M. Jones, and Chad A. Goergens Reply To “Comment On ‘An Exceptional Summer During the South Pole Race of 1911/12'"[3]
8 Charlotte Connelly and Claire Warrior Survey Stories in the History of British Polar Exploration: Museums, Objects and People[4]
9 William J. Alp Commentary on Could Captain Scott have been Saved? Revisiting Scott's Last Expedition - Polar Record 49(2013)72-90 by Karen May
10 Kristoffer Nelson-Kilger Comments on Bill Alp’s Commentary on May (2013)
11 William J. Alp Commentary on Chris Turney’s Why didn’t they ask Evans?
12 Chris Turney Response to Comment by Mr Bill Alp
13 Krzysztof Sienicki The Pot Calling the Kettle Black
14 Stephen J. Pyne Journey to the Source; or, My Life at the End of the World


Forthcoming

Patrick Quilty - Antarctica – Influenced by ‘The Silence’,

Walker O. Smith - Reflections on a Life at Sea: An Oceanographer in the Southern Ocean,

Krzysztof Sienicki - Zeitgeist happenstance, or coincidence of Captain Scott’s élan vital: Part II - Bold Endeavors,

Krzysztof Sienicki - Comment on "An Exceptional Summer during the South Pole Race of 1911-1912" by Fogt et al.

Stephan Reed - Book Review Process by the Polar Record - A Journal of Arctic and Antarctic Research.