“On this island, where a full month was spent, the geologist made very extensive collections, and began the mapping of the country; the magnetician had some of his instruments in working order for a short while; and the meteorologist was able to co – operate with the Argentine observer stationed at”
“However, in the scientific discussion of terrestrial magnetism, both the horizontal and vertical components as well as the absolute value of the total force are important, and the determination of these "elements" is the work of the magnetician.”
“Every day the magnetician attends to the lamp and changes papers; also at prearranged times he tests his "scale values" or takes a "quick run.”
“Then, too, recorders were regularly needed to assist the magnetician in the absolute Hut.”
“The cartographer at his table beneath a shaded acetylene light drew maps and sketched, the magnetician was busy on calculations close by.”
“The magnetician is not so badly off, because he is moving about, though he often has to stop and warm his fingers, handling the cold metal.”
“This can easily be understood, for the magnetician after leaving home is speedily blown over a few hillocks and sastrugi, and, coming to an ice-flat about one hundred and fifty yards wide, swiftly slides over it, alighting at the snow-packed door of his house.”
“Walking in soft finnesko, the magnetician opens an inner door, to be at once accosted by darkness, made more intense after the white glare of the snow.”
“The merry men included the ice-carrier, the magnetician, the two wardens of the dogs, the snow-shoveller and coal-carrier and the storeman.”
“Hannan, W. H., at Main Base; work at the hut; wireless work; the drift gauge; as magnetician; working of the air-tractor sledge; the wireless at W.nter Quarters; return to Australia; account of”
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