Dartmouth Conference on Organization of Polar Research in the U.S. (1958)
The conference was held on December 18-19, 1958 in order to discus the future objectives and organization of polar research , with particular reference to the most effective participation by academic institutions. Following the conference the National Academy of Science committee accepted a request from the Dartmouth Conference to draw together representatives of academic institutions who had an interest in basic polar research programs.
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Overview Records of the Dartmouth Polar Conference on the need for a Polar research center. Consist of reports, photographs, program, organizational information and notes by Evelyn Stefansson on the occasion of the conference in 1958.