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Proceed with Caution. Mitra, Maureen Nandini Editorial Mar 22, 2018 548
Budgets trimmed, with closer focus. Walker, Simon May 1, 2017 3700
La relacion militar de un hombre sin alma: Alonso de Contreras frente al proceso civilizador. Sendon, Oscar Critical essay Jan 1, 2017 7753
Reversion to the mean. Fiscor, Steve Editorial May 1, 2016 558
Nevsun exploration expanding Bisha Regional Resources in Eritrea. Brief article May 1, 2016 262
Back to the future - reconciliation and indigenous sovereignty after Tsilhqot'in. Hoehn, Felix Jan 1, 2016 18514
Opinion: having alienated western interests with its anti-gay stance, Uganda has had no such trouble attracting funds from China with the lure of new found oil riches. Diana Taremwa reports. Dec 1, 2014 548
Iran author: Americas discovered by Iranians. Apr 25, 2014 490
Junior exploration: the struggle to regain momentum. Apr 1, 2014 541
Exploring history. Lesson plan Oct 7, 2013 376
DOI approves lease and exploration agreements between cloud peak and the crow tribe. Brief article Jul 1, 2013 233
Behind every hero ... in an edited extract from her new book, Heart of the Hero, Kari Herbert shines a light on the remarkable women whose husbands' names are now synonymous with polar exploration. Excerpt Apr 1, 2013 2288
Background. O'Rourke, Ronald Apr 1, 2013 2630
British Columbia cutting regulatory red. Brief article Mar 1, 2013 246
75, 50 & 25 Years Ago. Sinnott, Roger W. Chronology Jan 1, 2013 354
Explore: each November, expedition and field researchers gather together at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) for the Explore weekend. In anticipation of this year's event, we asked some recent attendees how their subsequent expeditions fared and the role that Explore played in their genesis. Oct 1, 2012 1718
Canada,Sudan : STATESMAN RESOURCES inks agreement with AGRI ENERGY LIMITED. Brief article Sep 12, 2012 174
Two heads aren't better than one if you're a fish. Randle, Russ; Chajet, Henry Sep 1, 2012 1041
Mining and environmental regulation: slow administration of outdated codes act as a deterrent to investment despite the stable, democratic political environment. Aug 1, 2012 618
The regulatory framework: Alberta--one of the most favorable mining destinations around the globe. Apr 1, 2012 1181
Discoveries of the New World and Beyond. Miller, Gordon Excerpt Mar 22, 2012 1977
IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF,QATAR : Necessity To Restart Negotiations For The Maximum And Preservative Production In The South Pars Border Regions. Mar 9, 2012 471
Maiden voyage: do archaeological sites in the Channel Islands reveal a coastal migration into the Americas? Leibach, Julie Jan 1, 2012 863
SENEGAL : African Petroleum buys two offshore exploration permits in offshore Senegal. Brief article Dec 1, 2011 148
Is there anything left to explore? Nov 1, 2011 1233
Inspiration for exploration. Oct 1, 2011 585
Flight to the starsL the 1934 Air Corps Alaskan expedition. Werrell, Kenneth P. Sep 22, 2011 8843
New World Island roots. Bower, Bruce Brief article Aug 27, 2011 103
Step this way for an adventure. Nov 1, 2010 640
The changing landscape of Arctic traditional food. Lougheed, Tim Sep 1, 2010 3552
Art and adventure in nineteenth-century California. Scott, Amy Essay Sep 1, 2009 2294
Explorers for educators. Harold, Suzanne Myers Website list Feb 1, 2009 227
The age of discovery. Chronology Sep 1, 2008 309
Racing rivals. May 1, 2008 464
The European discovery of external cultures and their effect on European expansion. Weller, Brant Report Mar 22, 2008 3700
William Bankes: echoes of Egypt in Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse. Stalla, Heidi Critical essay Jan 1, 2008 5930
Out of Africa. Oct 1, 2007 851
Explorer's essentials: Neil Laughton, ex-Royal Marine and SAS soldier, mountaineer, pilot and adventurer. Oct 1, 2007 344
Christ the Redeemer. Rousseau, Robert Sep 1, 2007 2371
Neighborhood explorers. Jul 1, 2007 213
One world is not enough: they may have embarked in search of souls to save, but the Jesuit missionaries and explorers returned with a wealth of geographical knowledge. Wright, Jonathan Jun 1, 2007 1771
Understanding primary sources: Pike's predicaments. Nov 13, 2006 508
The Gambia: Graham Gendall Norton introduces an accessible but exotic land which has long been a cultural crossroads. Gendall, Graham Country overview Apr 1, 2006 1725
Shining a light on exploration's hidden history. Brief article Feb 1, 2006 121
In search of Tiggi. Adamson, Col Dec 1, 2005 3342
Scientific Exploration Society. Nov 1, 2005 341
From pole to poll: as part of this special, exploration-themed issue, we decided to solicit the opinions of some of the respected and inspiring individuals we loosely call explorers. Not that many of them would use that label themselves, as we rapidly discovered. Amodeo, Christian Nov 1, 2005 1439
How to be an explorer: planning an expedition can often seem more daunting than actually carrying it out. Jo Sargent discovers some tips and tricks for increasing your chances of success. Sargent, Jo Nov 1, 2005 2204
Scotland's forgotten explorer: overshadowed by Livingstone, Burton and Stanley, the exploits of the hapless John Duncan have been all but forgotten. Derek O'Connor tells the story of a pioneering Scottish explorer in the old West African French colony of Dahomey. O'Connor, Derek Cover Story Nov 1, 2005 1935
We're all explorers now: the roots of adventure travel lie more in the Swinging Sixties than in serious exploration, but its emerging position as a serious option for the short-break tourist means more of us are going farther and farther afield. Tom Chesshyre takes a walk back down the hippy trail. Chesshyre, Tom Nov 1, 2005 1984
Investigations of burial diagenesis in carbonate hydrocarbon reservoir rocks. Machel, Hans G. Sep 1, 2005 15761
Hartley Travers Ferrar: (1879-1932) the geologist on the National Antarctic Expedition, Hartley Ferrar carried out important geological surveys in Antarctica, Egypt and New Zealand. Aug 1, 2005 490
Expedition essentials: the middle of an expedition isn't exactly the best time to discover that you're missing a vital piece of kit. This month, Paul Deegan discusses those items you'll want to make sure you never leave behind. Deegan, Paul Aug 1, 2005 2046
Why is Starvation Cove in Canada so named? Gould, H. Brief Article Jun 1, 2005 313
IPY 2007-08 and the resurgence of northern (& polar) research in Canada. Hik, David S. Mar 1, 2005 1536
Lewis and Clark. Dec 6, 2004 6837
Dr Matthias Hammer is founder and field operations director of Biosphere Expeditions, a non-profit organisation that offers hands-on wildlife-conservation expeditions. Sian Wherrett talks to him about the company's origins, philosophy and future. Wherrett, Sian Company Profile Oct 1, 2004 860
Journey to the source of the Mekong: for decades, the source of the mighty Mekong has caused debate among geographers the world over. Last year, John Pilkington followed the great river from its sprawling delta in Vietnam to China's Qinghai province, north of Tibet, in order to try to set the record straight. Pilkington, John Jul 1, 2004 1946
The burden of history: in this month's archive, Octavia Lamb illustrates the range of duties carried out by the guides and porters who accompanied the exploratory expeditions of the 19th and early 20th centuries and highlights the difficult conditions they often had to endure. Lamb, Octavia Mar 1, 2004 635
Mining report: exploration increases threefold in Red Lake. Ross, Ian Dec 1, 2003 1299
Bucking the system. (Point of View). Brief Article Apr 1, 2003 226
Eclectic currents of a historic deed: a number of cities in the United States will be celebrating the bicentennial of the Louisiana Purchase, which doubled the size of the nation and secured its control of a mighty watershed. Werner, Louis Mar 1, 2003 3723
History's Ignored Travelers - The Case for Pre-Columbian Explorers. Kehoe, Alice Beck Feb 1, 2003 2486
A secret letter. (American History). Brief Article Jan 24, 2003 130
Cold comfort. (The South Polar Times). Wilson, David Jan 1, 2003 2023
Beginning of Calgary: the Isaac S. Freeze letters 1883-84. Dempsey, Hugh Jan 1, 2003 572
One: off to the west. Jan 1, 2003 2252
Two: arrival in Calgary. Jan 1, 2003 2578
Three: open for business. Jan 1, 2003 3303
Four: trip to the Rockies. Jan 1, 2003 816
Five: winter, 1883-84. Jan 1, 2003 3537
Staging the Southern Continent 1565-1606. Camino, Mercedes Maroto Jan 1, 2003 3840
The charts produced during the Pacific voyages of Bougainville and cook: a comparison. Robson, John Cullen Jan 1, 2003 8877
In search of the true explorer. (What is an explorer?). Allen, Benedict Dec 1, 2002 1960
En route to the real Robinson Crusoe: a simple story that started on Chile's Juan Fernandez archipelago spawned a legend that has inspired numerous books and films over centuries and across oceans. Werner, Louis Nov 1, 2002 3625
Explore the Lewis and Clark bicentennial. (Grades K-4). Oct 1, 2002 1239
Top 10 charity challenges. (Geographical directory). Oct 1, 2002 622
Three big challenges: this month's editorial is an edited version of Sir Ron Cooke's presidential address, given at the Society's annual general meeting on 10 June 2002. . Cooke, Ron Brief Article Aug 1, 2002 461
History in the making. Brief Article May 1, 2002 297
Cape Town founded. (Months Past). Cavendish, Richard Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 491
Explorers' forum: get in touch with fellow explorers and adventurers. Buy your kit, sell, swap, exchange expedition gear, recruit team members ... it's all covered here. Brief Article Apr 1, 2002 225
The "Dayak Kingdom" in West Kalimantan: earthly or spiritual? Wadley, Reed L. Jan 2, 2002 2340
Mary Henrietta Kingsley (1862-1900): she flouted convention to explore Africa, providing a better understanding of Africa's peoples and its natural history. (Late Great Geographers). Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 536
Women On the Ice. Lee, Gretchen Jun 1, 2001 1395
2001: a Spice odyssey. Dalby, Andrew Apr 1, 2001 3255
"Just a little like an explorer": Mina Hubbard and the Making af A Woman's Way(1). LaFramboise, Lisa Mar 22, 2001 13820
EDITOR'S LETTER. FIENNES, RANULPH Brief Article Feb 1, 2001 502
MAPMAN. Brief Article Jan 8, 2001 269
'They came before Columbus'. (Cover Story/Africans in The Americas). Khpera, Saafu Jan 1, 2001 3958
THE QUEST FOR SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE. Brief Article Dec 1, 2000 206
Resources for the classroom. Dec 1, 2000 2160
South: The Race to The Pole. Barrett, Michael Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 1050
GEO LIVES Out and about. Fry, Carolyn Brief Article Jul 1, 2000 789
"Clinging to the Coast and Venturing Beyond Known Shores": Recent Works on Renaissance Overseas Expansion and Colonization. KICZA, JOHN E. Critical Essay Jun 22, 2000 6155
SEQUELS TO A Patagonian Journal. Buck, Daniel Apr 1, 2000 2053
River of dreams. Apr 1, 2000 1983
THE ORIGINS OF THE FREMONT EXPEDITIONS: JOHN J. ABERT AND THE SCIENTIFIC EXPLORATION OF THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI WEST. VOLPE, VERNON L. Jan 1, 2000 6697
A passage of time. Evans, Mark Sep 1, 1999 2126
Where no man has gone before. Toft, Ron Aug 1, 1999 809
"Searching for the route of inventions": Retracing the Renaissance Discovery Narrative in Gabriel Garcia Marquez. SPILLER, ELIZABETH A. Jun 22, 1999 9046
Exploring blind ore deposits. Sep 1, 1998 536
A life of his own. McWilliam, Fiona Interview Sep 1, 1998 2099
Hero of the Arctic. Huntford, Roland Apr 1, 1998 2171
On his majesty's service. Thesiger, Wilfred Feb 1, 1998 1343
A passage to India. Craig, Simon Biography Jul 1, 1997 2408
The Far East. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 185
Cape of Good Hope. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 136
New World. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 712
Atlantic Ocean. Azimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 276
Tides. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 178
Earth's zones. Azimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 148
India. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 145
America. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 222
South Sea. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 225
Florida. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 123
Mexico. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 238
Circumnavigation of the earth. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 278
Peru. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 129
Mississippi River. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 108
Amazon River. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 137
Northeastern Passage. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 163
Northwest Passage. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 116
Drake Strait. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 268
Siberia. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 193
East Indies. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 140
Quebec. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 138
Arctic Circle. Azimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 124
Iceland. Azimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 171
Greenland. Azimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 142
Vinland. Azimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 123
South Pacific. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 332
Easter Island. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 151
Bering Strait. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 126
Land bridges. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 134
Australia. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 193
Nile River. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 264
Gulf Stream. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 217
Antarctic Circle. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 153
Hawaiian Islands. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 109
Missouri River. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 182
Antarctic land. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 187
North Magnetic Pole. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 154
Source of the White Nile. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 203
North Pole. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 202
South Pole. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 163
Sea-floor spreading. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 210
Greenland ice cap. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 121
Arctic Ocean. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 114
Knossos. Asimov, Isaac Reference Source Jan 1, 1994 140
Goodbye Columbus? Canada's chains of history. Gough, Barry Mar 1, 1993 1996
Exchange/encounter theory and myths of America. Shaffer, Robert Dec 1, 1992 2911
A response to Robert Shaffer. Bigelow, Bill Dec 1, 1992 1509
Genocide in the Americas: Columbus's legacy. Stannard, David E. Oct 19, 1992 3089
The Columbus conundrum. Jacobson, Lynn Oct 1, 1992 2951
Christopher Columbus: lost havens in the ruins of representation. Vizenor, Gerald Sep 22, 1992 4982
1492. Amin, Samir Jul 1, 1992 3143
Rewriting our history. Koning, Hans Jul 1, 1992 1568
Fate and fortune on the Pearl Coast. Muilenburg, Peter May 1, 1991 4502
What Columbus discovered. Sale, Kirkpatrick Oct 22, 1990 2538
Portugal in the opening of the world. Kiernan, James Patrick Sep 1, 1990 466

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