Includes bibliographical references (p. 373-375).
|LC Classifications||G850 1910 .S4 S65 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 383 p. :|
|Number of Pages||383|
|LC Control Number||00054996|
Verified Purchase The Coldest March (referring to the month as well as the verb) is about British explorer Robert Falcon Scott and his team of explorers and scientists who raced a Norwegian team led by Roald Amundsen to the South Pole in Amundsen was the first ever to reach the Pole/5(39). The Coldest March, by Susan Solomon revisits the often maligned Robert Falcon Scott Expedition to the South Pole mounted from through , but from a much different point of view than that held by the current purveyors of conventional historical wisdom/5. The Coldest March captures that legacy in the full meridian of its glory.”—Robert Lee Hotz, Los Angeles Times “[Solomon is] one of the world’s leading atmospheric scientists [The book is] the very neatly, indeed thrillingly, told tale of Scott’s journey, along with Solomon’s expert analysis of the weather he faced and its. THE COLDEST MARCH: Scott's Fatal Antarctic Expedition User Review - Kirkus. A painstaking, no-frills recreation of Robert Falcon Scott's South Pole bid, with a new perspective on the expedition's cruel fate, from NOAA senior scientist didn't take long for the Read full review4/5(2).
A painstaking, no-frills recreation of Robert Falcon Scott's South Pole bid, with a new perspective on the expedition's cruel fate, from NOAA senior scientist Solomon. The Coldest March takes you on a journey you will not soon forget."--Weatherwise Winner of the Colorado Book Award in the Nonfiction CategoryWinner of the Louis Battan Prize in the adult category, given by the American Meteorological SocietyReviews: EBOOK ONLINE The Coldest March: Scott`s Fatal Antarctic Expedition PDF ONLINE GET LINK ?book= This riveting book tells the tragic story of Captain Robert Falcon Scott and his British team who in November began a trek across the snows of Antarctica, striving to be the first to reach the South Pole. After marching and skiing more than nine hundred miles, the men reached the Pole in January , only to suffer the terrible realisation that a group of five Norwegians had been there 4/5(3).
She suggests an intriguing solution to certain puzzles about the expedition's finale, and The Coldest March will appeal to anyone with an interest in polar exploration."-Dennis Drabelle, Washington Post Book World "As a vivid depiction of the ordeals and beauty of the Antarctic, Solomon's book is outstanding."-Frank Wintle, Daily Express. The Coldest March tells the tragic story of Captain Robert Falcon Scott and his British team who in November began 'This is a very well balanced and meticulously researched book. It shows beyond doubt how false and shallow have been the many malicious and blinkered books and ¹lms in their bland condemnation of Captain Scott as a. Susan Solomon's The Coldest March is in every way the antipodes of A Fabulous Kingdom. Highly original, beautifully presented and remarkably modest, the book is the fruit of Solomon's long-standing. Get this from a library! The coldest march: Scott's fatal Antarctic expedition. [Susan Solomon, (Atmospheric chemist)] -- This work tells the tragic story of Captain Robert Falcon Scott and his team who in November strived to be the first to reach the South .