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Polar Science with Global Impact?

  • David Carlson

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No one, not even those of us who sat at the center, can or will know the full outreach impact of IPY. If one remembers and trusts public reaction one can deduce that, for a short moment, IPY research and outreach worked together to put a good face on science.

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Author for correspondence: David Carlson, Email: ipy.djc@gmail.com

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Polar Science with Global Impact?

  • David Carlson

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