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EXPLORE 2018: THE MODERN EXPLORE: With the RGS-IBG's annual Explore weekend on the horizon, the Society's vice president for expeditions and field research, Katie Willis, looks to international collaboration as the key to successful expeditions and field research for any 21st century venture. Nov 1, 2018 1827
I'm a geographer. Warrell, David Jun 1, 2015 810
Inspiration for exploration. Rummins, Henry Oct 1, 2008 554
Hadow heads north again. Brief article Dec 1, 2007 111
Gathering the cold, hard facts: fifty years ago, the International Geophysics Year kick-started serious science in the Antarctic. This month, to mark the occasion, the International Council for Science is launching the International Polar Year 2007-08, which will see more than 200 research groups comprising thousands of scientists from more than 60 countries head to the ends of the Earth. Varley, Martin Mar 1, 2007 2411
Expeditionism: if you dream of taking on a challenge in a far-off land, relying on your abilities and those of your colleagues to succeed, where the only limits are those you set yourself, then you may be suffering symptoms of expeditionism. These companies can put you on the path to recovery. Nov 1, 2003 951
21st-Century exploring: in this month's special report, self-confessed mountain obsessive Paul Deegan offers up some sound advice for planning and executing your next expedition, reports on some expeditions currently out in the field and delves into his address book for a comprehensive contact list. Deegan, Paul Nov 1, 2003 3517
Axel Heiberg expedition. (Northern News). Brief Article Mar 1, 2003 160
According to plan. Oct 1, 2000 2475
Weekend explorer. Brief Article Nov 1, 1999 173
Ocean drilling program. Cullen, Vicky Dec 22, 1992 834

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