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South Georgia Publications
A South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands publications database website has been developed by the Centre for Remote Environments.
Putting South Georgia on the Map
Putting South Georgia on the Map' is a large-format (A4) 216-page book containing a full account of all the South Georgia surveys and is available in three versions: Soft Cover, Hard Cover and a Limited Edition. All three have the same content. The Limited Edition, (of 100 copies) is supplied in a slipcase, and each copy is numbered, and signed by the author.
Taxi To the Snow Line by Guy Sheridan
Guy Sheridan's latest book Taxi to the Snow Line includes the factual and riveting account of the liberation of South Georgia by the man who commanded the land forces in April 1982. More info here
The South Georgia Plan for Progress: Environmental Management Plan
An account of South Georgia's environmental resources (climate, geology, glaciology, marine & terrestrial communities, bird and mammal communities, introduced animals and infrastructure) and management policies (administration, conservation, research, visitors, environmental management, education and culture) written and published by British Antarctic Survey.
The Island of South Georgia by Bob Headland
A invaluable and detailed account of South Georgia, its geography, administration, history, expeditions, whaling and sealing industries, physical sciences, natural history and the conflict in 1982. Published by Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0 521 25274 1 (out of print.).
Antarctic Oasis by Tim and Pauline Carr
An account of their experiences on South Georgia, illustrated with stunning photography. Published by Norton and Company. ISBN 0-393-04605-2.
A Whaling Enterprise by Gerald Elliot
This book records the story of Christian Salvesen's commercial whaling operations from South Georgia. Published by Michael Russell (Publishing ltd) ISBN 0 85955241 1.
Shackleton at South Georgia by Burton and Venables
Account of Shackleton's visits to South Georgia in 1914, 1917 and 1922, with account of 2000 crossing of South Georgia by Anker, Messner and Venables during filming of IMAX Shackleton's Antarctic Adventure.
Important Bird Areas in the UK Overseas Territories
Important Bird Areas in the United Kingdom Overseas Territories: Priority Sites for Conservation (ed Sarah Sanders)