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Exploitation and scientific management of lending their scientific authority to the cause. the wealth of the land was the chief end of polar The first volume of Norsk polarhistorie covers research.

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Eivind Astrup – Wikipedia

Eivind Astrup (Norwegian: [ˈæɪvɪn ˈɑstrʉp]; 17 September 1871 – 27 December 1895) was a Norwegian explorer and writer. Astrup participated in Robert Peary ‘s expedition to Greenland in 1891–92 and mapped northern Greenland.

Awards: Order of St. Olav, Murchison Award

Nils Fredrik Rønnbeck – Wikipedia

Nils Fredrik Røn(n)beck (Swedish: Rönnbäck, March 22, 1820 – January 4, 1891) was a Swedish-Norwegian polar skipper and ice pilot.He discovered Franz Josef Land in 1865.

Monica Kristensen Solås – Wikipedia

Monica Kristensen Solås (born 30 June 1950), is a Norwegian glaciologist, meteorologist, polar explorer and crime novelist. She was awarded a Founders Gold Medal by the Royal Geographical Society in 1989.

Education: University of Tromsø

Nils Larsen – Wikipedia

Nils Larsen (19 June 1900 in Sandar – 29 September 1976 in Sandefjord) was a Norwegian sea captain. Larsen is perhaps most associated with the Norvegia expeditions of Antarctica. He was a noted whaler, captaining a number of whaling ships principally for Thor Dahl A/S of Sandefjord.

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On Amundsen’s polar flying career, see for instance Roald Berg, ‘Amundsen og hans aeronauter,’ in Norsk polarhistorie 1, pp. 227–291. 16 A copy of the Fund’s statutes are held at the State Archives of Norway in Tromsø (SATø) Norwegian Polar Institute collection (NP) A 013 3/6 box 194, folder 7.

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