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There are many books written on Antarctic and Arctic topics, these are just a few suggestions of books which will tell you more generally about the Arctic and Antarctic regions.
Antarctic and Arctic Encyclopaedias and Chronologies(top)
Headland, R.K (2009) A Chronology of Antarctic Exploration, A synopsis of events and activities from the earliest times until the International Polar Year, 2002-2009. London: Bernard Quaritch Ltd.
Holland, C. (1994) Arctic Exploration and Development c.500b.c to 1915 an Encyclopaedia. New York and London: Garland Publishing Inc.
Mills, J.M. (2003) Exploring Polar Frontiers. A Historical Encyclopaedia, Volumes One and Two. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio.
Nuttall, M. (2005) Encyclopaediof the Arctic, Volumes One, Two and Three. New York: Routledge.
Stonehouse, B (2002) Encyclopaediof Antarctica and the Southern Oceans. John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
Riffenburgh, B. (2007) Encyclopaediof the Antarctic Volumes One and Two. New York: Routledge.
General Overview Books(top)
The Polar Record - A Journal of Arctic and Antarctic Research. Published four times yearly since January 1931. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Fleming, F (2001) Ninety Degrees North. The Quest for the North Pole. London: Granta Books.
Nuttall, M. & Callaghan, T. (2000) The Arctic Environment, People, Policy. Harwood Academic Publishers.
Mill, H.R. (1905) The Siege of the South Pole. London: Alston Rivers Ltd.
Geographic Names of the Antarctic. Second Edition. United States Board on Geographic Names. 1995.