Volume VII â€“ Parts 1-6 â€“ Complete Set â€” 9 volumes
Cambridge University Press, 1933, First Edition. Large 4to (31.6cm x 24cm). 406 pp., 15 full-page plates. Publisherâ€™s sea foam green wraps. All reports loosely inserted in Publisherâ€™s dark green cloth boards, bright gilt letter with Discovery icon on front board â€“ same on spine. Boards in Near Fine Condition, individual reports also in Near Fine Condition with prior ownerâ€™s signature and date on front covers. These reports were to be bound in the publisherâ€™s boards, but they were never bound in. All reports are in near fine condition with original covers and spines. The publisherâ€™s hard covers now serve as an open folio casing the complete set of reports.
â€˘ Title Page and List of Contents. [vi] pp.
â€˘ Fossil Foraminifera from the Burdwood Bank and Their Geological Significance. 1-16pp., diagrams in text, 1 map By W.A. Macfadyen, M.C., M.A., Ph.D., F.G.S.
â€˘ Faecal Pellets from Marine Deposits, 17-26pp. 1 diagram in text. By Hilary D. Moore, B.Sc.
â€˘ Foraminifera Part II. South Geogia. 27-138pp. 7 full-page plates with titled tissue guards. By Arthur Earland, F.R.M.S.
â€˘ On Vertical Circulation in the Ocean Due to the Action of the Wind with Application to Conditions within the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. 139-170pp. several full page charts and charts in text. By H.U. Sverdrup
â€˘ A General Account of the Hydrology of the South Atlantic Ocean. 171-238pp. several charts and maps in text â€“some full page, 3 fold out plates. Appendix: The Winds of the Atlantic Ocean South of 40Âş South. By G.E.R. Deacon. B.Sc.
â€˘ Whaling in the Dominion of New Zealand. 239-252pp. 1 map, 3 full-page plates with titled tissue guards. By F.D. Ommanney, A.R.C.S.,.B.Sc.
â€˘ Isopod Crustacea. Part I. The Family Serolidae. 253-362pp. numerous diagrams and images in text,1 full page plate with titled tissue guard. By Edith M. Sheppard, M.Sc.
â€˘ Some Aspects of Respiration in Blue and Fin Whales. 363-406pp., numerous charts in text, VII Tables, 1 full page plate with titled tissue guard. By Alec H. Laurie, M.A.