2005 Map of the Antarctic Region - Antarctic Peninsula Map - Shows Territorial Claims and Year-Round Research Stations - Antarctica Poster - Map of Antarctica
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HISTORIC PRINTS: You’ll love this high quality print of 2005 Map of the Antarctic Region. Our museum quality prints are archival grade, which means it will look great and last without fading for over 100 years. Our print to order maps are made in the USA and each map is inspected for quality. Maps are great for education in the classroom. Maps also make for beautiful wall art in the home, study or office. A great gift for travelers or map enthusiasts.
MUSEUM QUALITY: This high quality map print will be a great addition to your wall art or classroom. Don't waste money on cheap-looking, thin paper posters. We use thick, fine art print quality matte paper. Our professional’s choice matte paper displays artwork in high detail without glare. The color is vibrant and text is easy to read. Our maps can be pinned on the wall or framed for a stunning look.
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Created by the CIA in 2005, this map depicts the Antarctic region and the outlying Islands. Home to year-round research stations, the continent is the coldest, driest, and windiest on the planet. This map displays the international claims within the continent, which has no traditional boundaries as it is uninhabitable by anyone other than international researchers. Though the continent is primarily covered in ice, recent techniques have been developed to study the unique geology that lies beneath. Geologically Antarctica is similar to the southern Andes Mountains.
The original Amundsen-Scott South Pole station was built near the center of the continent and was built in 1956, making it the first permanent structure. The station is the southernmost habitation on Earth and is named after the first two explorers to reach the South Pole. Norwegian Roald Amundsen was the first to reach the South Pole in December 1911, followed one month later by the British expedition led by Robert F. Scott. The dome was abandoned in 1975 after the construction of a geodesic dome. Eventually, the dome was also left behind after the completion of the current station, which was officially dedicated in 2008.
The unique climate in Antarctica makes it particularly well suited for conducting astronomical research due to the lack of light pollution or cloud cover. Scientists from around the world also study glaciers, geophysics, meteorology, and bio-medicine in the station. The insert on the map details the most densely populated portion of the continent on the Antarctic Peninsula with eight international research stations.
Our museum quality giclee print comes printed with archival ink on premium heavyweight matte paper. Shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube your print will arrive ready to be framed. This eye-catching print makes the perfect gift for anyone that loves history and imagery.
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