2 edition of expedition to the Funk Island found in the catalog.
expedition to the Funk Island
Frederic A. Lucas
|Contributions||United States. National Museum|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 493-529 p.|
|Number of Pages||529|
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The most successful of the early scientific expeditions to Funk Island occurred in It was sponsored by the United States Fish Commission and was under the direction of Frederick A. Lucas. After a brief sojourn in St. John's, the group's ship, Grampus, arrived at Funk Island on J The expedition to the Funk Island, with observations upon the history and anatomy of the great auk [microform] by Expedition to the Funk Island book, Frederic A.
(Frederic Augustus), ; Smithsonian InstitutionPages: The expedition to the Funk Island, with observations upon the history and anatomy of the great auk.
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The expedition to the Funk Island, with observations upon the history and anatomy of the great auk. [Frederic A Lucas; Smithsonian Institution.].
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Funk Island, 25 ha, is a flat, 15 m high, wedge-shaped granite island m by m lying 60 km off Newfoundland's northeast coast, east of FOGO ISLAND.
The origin of the name is unknown, though it may have been inspired by the smell of the guano that covers much of the island. The west end is crowned by a 15 m cairn built by past visitors to.
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