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Polar Studies: A Research Guide   Tags: antarctic_ocean, antarctica, arctic, arctic_circle, arctic_ocean, arctic_regions, igert, polar_regions  

This guide is to support learning and research for the Arctic and Antarctic regions.
Last Updated: Jul 7, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Library Collections for Polar Studies

Library research collections at Dartmouth College range from the latest scientific journal articles to the historical photographs, diaries, and manuscripts that are part of the Stefansson Special Collection on Polar Exploration.  Library research resources include the tools listed in this guide under "Finding articles and journals", the Catalog and the Finding Aids for the Stefansson collection. 


Introduction to Polar Studies at Dartmouth


Why Polar Studies at Dartmouth? That question can be answered in part by a passage from these points from the Institute of Arctic Studies's web site.

  • Environmental Studies Program which bring people with disparate backgrounds in the sciences together for problem solving
  • Native American Studies Program includes students and researchers with knowledge of the peoples of the northern communities
  • Proximity to the U.S. Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab
  • Thayer School of Engineering's strong ice research program
  • The excellent library left by the Program's founder, Vilhjalmur Stefansson
  • A strong sense of place in Northern New England



Polar Studies Librarians

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Barbara DeFelice
(603) 646-3565

Lucinda M. Hall
(603) 646-0962

Jay Satterfield
(603) 646-3712

Amy Witzel
(603) 646-0790
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