Water, Ice, And Stone by Bill Green
Science and Memory on the Antarctic Lakes

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Bill Green goes to the lakes of Antarctica to do scientific field research, but finds in his own memories and in the beauty and brutality of a lonely, dangerous land, something of the awe and wonder that are the inspirations for scientific inquiry.

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Published June 6, 1995 by Harmony. 283 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math, History. Non-fiction

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Ostensibly an account of a season in the field in Antarctica, it delivers so much more by exploring the nature of science in addition to portraying the rigors of research on the frozen continent.

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