Then Polar Library “Jean Malaurie” hosted at The National Museum of Natural History in Paris, France is looking for scientific productions.
Here is a brief introduction to of the Polar Library “Jean Malaurie” hosted at The National Museum of Natural History in Paris, France.
Created in 1957 within the Centre for Definitions of the Arctic vary according to environmental, geographical, political, cultural and scientific perspectives. Some scientists define the Arctic as areas having a high latitude, long winters, short, cool summers,... More Studies of the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (6th section, known as EHESS today) by Professor Jean Malaurie, it contains more than 30.000 documents (books, reprints, maps, photography) on Polar regions. This library is deeply pluri-disciplinary, from geosciences to technology, life sciences to humanities. The library, which is predominantly in the English, French and Russian languages, and more rarely in German, Danish or Swedish, is one of the largest polar libraries in the world and is now reaching a very large audience whose interest in these rich and fragile spaces continue to grow.
On behalf of Professor Jean Malaurie, the library would be honoured if you can contribute to this Polar Library by sending your latest scientific production to:
FONDS POLAIRE – JEAN MALAURIE
BIBLIOTHEQUE CENTRALE DU MNHN
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