Ice island on the rocks

May 1992
Canadian Geographic;May/Jun92, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p8
Reports that Canada's floating research station--the Polar Continental Shelf Project's ice `island'--has veered sharply off course. Projects abandoned by crew; Saving most of the equipment; The watch for another ice island.


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