Lecture by Donal T. Manahan -- "Part 1, The History of Early Polar Exploration"
Donal T. Manahan
University of Southern California
May 25, 2006
Early Polar Exploration - Part 1, The History of Early Polar Exploration
Donal Manahan is a professor of biological sciences at the University of Southern California. He studies the environmental physiology of development of marine invertebrates. He has been the chief scientist for more than 15 scientific expeditions to Antarctica. Indulging his personal interest in the history of polar exploration and particularly the scientific aspects of that history, he has written and delivered numerous lectures on various aspects of polar history to audiences worldwide, including to the community at McMurdo Station, the National Science Foundation's logistics hub in Antarctica.
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