Reference numberNLB/32/339
Alternative reference numberNLB/32 p180
TitleCopy letter from Robert William Frederick Harrison, to Count John Barnstorff, Charge d'Affairs
Date22 February 1906
DescriptionIn response to their letter of the 18 February, Harrison explains that the mode of publication of the scientific results of the Antarctic expedition have yet to be finally determined, but are being discussed by the Royal Society and the other bodies working on the preparation of the results for publication. Regardless of the method of publication and distribution, the intention will be to secure an exchange with the German South Polar Expedition of the corresponding parts of the British results, and Harrison will communicate further once a scheme has been finalised.
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