By Colin Bertram
Not Stated   Colin Bertram
9.5" by 6" viii, 208pp
A privately printed autobiographical work detailing the author's time in the polar regions, his work on conservation and population and personal life.
By Colin Bertram

1987 Antarctica, Cambridge, Conservation and Population: A Biologist's Story

Not Stated   Colin Bertram
9.5" by 6" viii, 208pp
A privately printed autobiographical work detailing the author's time in the polar regions, his work on conservation and population and personal life.
£49.00
: 0.75kgs / : 755R9

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Dr George Colin Lawder Bertram (1911-2001) was a British zoologist, remembered for his work on various expeditions to the polar regions in the 1930s and his work at the Scott Polar Research Institute and in Palestine as Chief Fisheries Officer during the Second World War. He was a firm believer in stabilising the world's population.

From the library of Eric Kenneth Prentice Back.  Kenn Back was a British meteorologist with the British Antarctic survey for many years.  He spent eight winters in the Antarctic and is a descendent of Captain George Back. In addition, he served as base commander at Halley, Faraday and Rothera stations.  His library collection was built over decades and highlights his love of polar exploration. 

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In paper wraps. Externally lovely. Ownership bookplate to the front pastedown. Internally firmly bound, pages bright and clean.

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