The following brochures and books can be ordered from the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat. The publications are free unless otherwise stated, but postage costs are charged for large orders.
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Antarctica is unique
The Swedish Antarctic Act requires all Swedes staying or conducting activities there to apply for a permit. This brochure gives a brief introduction to the continent and what to bear in mind while planning a trip to Antarctica.
The Antarctic Act (2006:924)
Sweden has passed a law to protect and conserve the environment in Antarctica, and to ensure compliance with international regulations.
Abisko Scientific Research Station
Brochure about the Secretariat’s research station in Abisko.
Icebreaker Oden – a unique research platform
Brochure about the Swedish icebreaker Oden.
Wasa and Svea – research stations in Antarctica
Brochure about the Secretariat’s research stations in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica.
High Latitudes – A History of Swedish Polar Travels and Research 1758–1980
High Latitudes is Professor Gösta Liljequist’s much appreciated work on Swedish polar research. Ambitious and well-informed, he covers just about everything that has happened in Swedish polar research during 200 years – people, equipment, geography, chronological facts and political and economical conditions that have had an effect on research. The book’s 608 pages are richly illustrated with photographs and maps. Published 1993. ISBN 91-970769-4-5.
Price: 150 SEK (excluding sales tax & postal charges)
Field Course Handbook, 2020
The Field Course Handbook is developed and written by staff at the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat in co-operation with experts in the field. Published 2020. ISBN paperback, 978-91-519-5130-0. ISBN pdf online version, 978-91-519-5131-7.
Field Course Handbook, 2004
The Field Course Handbook is developed and written by staff at the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat in co-operation with experts in the field. Published 2004. ISBN 91-975183-2-8.