GLACIOLOGICAL STUDY ON DEVON ISLAND
KOERNER (ROY M) LONDON (UNITED KINGDOM) LONDON
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The 1965 Devon Island Expedition consisted of a geomorphologist and assistant end a glaciologist and two assistants, one of which wasthe glaciologists wife. The geomorphology party remained at base camp for the entire season working on the coastal plain between Trueloveinlet and Cape Sparbo. In this report the term Devon Island Expedition refers specifically to the glaciology party. Glaciological research on the expedition received support from the Royal Geographical Society, and the Arctic Institute of North America in the form of grants and the loan of equipment, in addition to the grant from U.S. Army Natick. The Arctic Institute of North America also made the already existing station facilities and food on Devon Island available.