Blowing hot and cold

New Zealand, 1982

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Episode of Series “The Big ice: views of Antarctica”.
Provides statistics on some aspects of the Antarctic continent such as the size of the landmass as compared to Australia and the types of weather conditions experienced. Also presents the latest scientific evidence on the effect of the Antarctic ice mass on world climate. Suitable for secondary and tertiary levels.

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Tom Williamson

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New Zealand National Film Unit



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The Big ice: views of Antarctica

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The Big ice: views of Antarctica


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