2 edition of Report on the Canadian program for the International Geophysical Year found in the catalog.
Report on the Canadian program for the International Geophysical Year
National Research Council, Canada. Associate Committee on Geophysics
Written in English
|Other titles||Canadian program for the International Geophysical Year|
|Statement||edited by J.H. Meek.|
|Contributions||Meek, J. H., Canadian National Committee for the International Geophysical Year|
|LC Classifications||QC803 C2 N3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||153|
Get this from a library! United States program for international geophysical co-operation, ; a report.. [S Ruttenberg; United States. National Committee for the International Geophysical Year.]. Abstract. The International Geophysical Year (IGY) of – was an extraordinary achievement in the midst of the Cold War. Thousands of scientists from 65 countries were engaged in international collaboration for the purpose of expanding knowledge about the earth and outer space. 1 The United States and the Soviet Union, despite crises in Berlin, Hungary and Korea alongside Cited by: 4.
Ben Goossen is a scholar of global history. His interests include the environment, transnationalism, religion, science, and life in the Anthropocene. Goossen's current project, "The Year of the Earth (): Cold War Science and the Making of Planetary Consciousness," is an interpretive history of the International Geophysical Year. The World Data Centers (WDC's) came into existence during the International Geophysical Year. The primary purpose of the guide is to describe the responsibility of national committees, institutions, and scientists in forwarding data and information to the WDC's, and to describe the data which will be received at WDC's and the responsibilities of WDC's in their handling of data.
coordinating committee of the international geophysical year. Myth: He didn’t head the UFO program. (The claim is it was part time, and that it was a personal project not connected to the government.) However, in Oct. "You may know that I am the fellow who was in change of the Canadian Government’s Project Magnet, which was the. The International Geophysical Year, THEInteriiational Geophysical Year will be the successor, after a year interval, of the Sec-ond Polar Year (), 50 years after the First Polar Year (). Studies during these polar years, largely in the north polar regions, were concerned with meteor-ology, geomagnetism, aurora File Size: KB.
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Few years later, during IPY (International Geophysical Year), their expertise would enable them to help usher in the space age. Fifty years later, International Polar Year constituted a massive research effort with hundreds of Canadian scientists working closely with international colleagues — and, notably, with northern.
The Government of Canada Program for IPY is nearing the end of the implementation of a six-year program. This report provides information about Canada’s IPY program, as well as highlights achieved and important results to date.
This report includes key information about the scope of the science undertaken during IPY by Canadian. The International Geophysical Year (IGY –) was the most successful global effort to coordinate the measurement and collection of geophysical data from around the world during a period of anticipated maximum solar activity.
The Antarctic Treaty System (ATS), developed in the wake of International Geophysical Year (IGY), forms the collaborative governance structure of the Antarctic region1.
InCanada became the 38th country to sign the Antarctic Treaty as a non-consultative, thus non-voting, member : Polar Knowledge Canada. In International Geophysics, 1 Introduction.
Seismological observations and research began in Vietnam with the International Geophysical Year (IGY), –, although the first seismic station had been established in in the Phulien Geophysical Observatory. In the Vietnam National Committee for the International Geophysical Year was founded and made responsible for.
The International Geophysical Year (IGY) of – was an extraordinary achievement in the midst of the Cold War. Thousands of scientists from 65 countries were engaged in international. International Geophysical Year. -- report "Geophysical Exploration for Oil in ", and responses to Survey of Gravity Crews Operating between December and December in Western Canada.
-- m of textual records and other material. -- The Canadian Society of Exploration Geophysicists Auxiliary was. International Geophysical Year IGY was an month period during which scientists of 66 countries conducted an unprecedented study of the earth and its cosmic environs.
Preparation. Annals of the International Geophysical Year, Volume Auroral Spectrograph Data is a five-chapter text that contains tabulations of auroral spectrograph data. The patrol spectrograph built by the Perkin-Elmer Corporation for the Aurora and Airglow Program of the IGY is a high-speed, low-dispersion, automatic instrument designed to photograph spectra of aurora occurring along a given.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The International Biological Program (IBP) was an effort between and to coordinate large-scale ecological and environmental studies.
Organized in the wake of the successful International Geophysical Year (IGY) ofthe International Biological Program was an attempt to apply the methods of big. In for the International Polar Year 2 (IPY-2), Frank T.
Davies () and Balfour W. Currie () led a team to the Arctic for thirteen months of observations and study of the auroras, weather, and geomagnetism.
Report on the U.S. program for the international geophysical year: July 1, Decem International Geophysical Year () and International Polar Year () Ehrhardt, Roger B. Canadian Aid and the Environment: The Politics and Performance of the Canadian International Development Agency for Resource and Environmental Studies of Dalhousie University, “Environment and Development: The Founex Report on.
The International Geophysical Year (IGY; French: Année géophysique internationale) was an international scientific project that lasted from July 1,to Decem It marked the end of a long period during the Cold War when scientific interchange between East and West had been seriously interrupted.
Joseph Stalin's death in opened the way for this new era of collaboration. It is tempting to look back on the International Geophysical Year of –58 as an audacious plan launched by a small committee of prominent scientists—an organized campaign that would involve planes, ships, and rockets.
Walter Sullivan’s thorough account of the IGY is called, appropriately, Assault on the Unknown (McGraw-Hill, ). Visible legacies of the IGY include the launch of the Cited by: Canadian contributions to International Polar Year (IPY) – were designed to improve the understanding of climate change impacts and adaptation and to gain insight into issues surrounding.
At a special event at the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Que., the Honourable Jim Prentice, Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development and Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians, and the Honourable John Baird, Minister of the Environment, officially launched International Polar Year (IPY) in Canada and confirmed $ million in federal funding.
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Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Annals of the International Geophysical Year, Volume Seismology is an eight-chapter text that provides seismological data observed during the International Geophysical Year (IGY).
The resolution to include seismology in the IGY program has considerably stimulated seismic researches and accelerated the development of nets of seismic stations Book Edition: 1.
ning of the work of the International Geophysical Year. At the Annual Meeting a paper by Mr. Corlett, Lowestoft, England, was con-sidered by the Research Committee in connection. with the elaboration of a general Plankton Re-search Program for the ICNAF Area.
The prob-lem was further considered at the Annual. Berkner and Chapman proposed to the International Council of Scientific Unions that an International Geophysical Year (IGY) be planned for –58, coinciding with an approaching period of maximum solar activity.
Inthe IGY was announced.By the time of the International Geophysical Year,Canada was well established in this research and had built its own rocket payloads. During the sixties this activity increased tenfold with the inception of the Alouette/ISIS satellite missions inand a vigorous rocket program conducted at Fort Churchill and elsewhere.The International Geophysical Year (IGY), as it was called, was modeled on the International Polar Years of – and – and was intended to allow scientists from around the world to take part in a series of coordinated observations of various geophysical phenomena.