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Around Nature. Carrion, Juanli Jun 22, 2020 1030
COOK CONSPIRACY AT POINT HICKS? Lipscombe, Trevor Report Jan 1, 2020 3294
Bothie the Polar dog: Sir Ranulph Fiennes, 1980. Aug 1, 2019 329
Papuans from the Lorentz River: H A Lorentz, 1909-1910. Mar 1, 2019 420
The Search For Shackleton's Ship. Feb 24, 2019 596
ARCHIVE: IMAGES THE EIRA ASHORE ON A ROCK, 1881. Brief article Oct 1, 2017 319
Beyond the beyond: Roy Chapman Andrews in Mongolia. Alexander, Marc Sep 1, 2017 2829
Kangerdlugssuaq, East Greenland, 1930. Brief article Apr 1, 2017 275
Archive: hunting party on the river indus, 1903-1905. Brief article Feb 1, 2017 274
Impressions on the second Kochi-Muziris Biennale. Roelstraete, Dieter; Winograd, Abigail Dec 1, 2016 1386
Maasai women of Naivasha, HH Johnston, 1899-1901. Brief article Nov 1, 2016 293
In the footsteps of Shackleton: ahead of a return to South Georgia later this year, legendary mountaineer Stephen Venables looks back on his previous recreations of Shackleton's famous Antarctic crossing 100 years ago. Venables, Stephen May 1, 2016 1741
The last great unknown. Morris, Ann Jan 1, 2016 1782
Shackleton's legacy. Burton, Robert Jan 1, 2016 862
Archive: Mt Everest Reconnaissance expedition, China, 1921. Brief article Aug 1, 2015 262
Scrambles in the Andes: Mick Conefrey traces Victorian mountaineer Edward Whymper's tracks around the Andes, and finds a thriving mountaineering culture in Ecuador. Conefrey, Mick Travel narrative Jul 1, 2015 2175
Archive: Inuit man and his wife in snow hut, 1903-1906. Brief article Jun 1, 2015 263
To Siberia with a Christmas pudding: inspired by the 19th-century explorer Kate Marsden, Felicity Aston travelled to Sakha in Northeastern Siberia and found her edible gifts met with indifference. Aston, Felicity Travel narrative Nov 1, 2013 2354
Did Byrd's flight reach North Pole? Jun 1, 2013 366
Driving to the South Pole: motorised transport in Antarctica has traditionally been a costly and tedious affair. Now a cheaper, faster and safer vehicle has been developed that has the potential to revolutionise transport on the continent. Aston, Felicity Jan 1, 2013 1482
The First Global Man. May 9, 2012 3105
Bringing firepower, commerce and the faith to Asia. Flanigan, James Dec 23, 2011 920
Phantom pacific paradise: was the Marquis De Rays' New France a Cleverly plotted scam or a fantasy that went horribly wrong? Goodman, Jordan Report Jun 1, 2011 1755
Thomas Clissold atop the Matterhorn berg, taken by Herbert Ponting during the 1910-13 British Antarctic expedition. Photograph Mar 1, 2010 259
Fair weather anomaly helped historic Magellan voyage. Aug 1, 2008 372
Sir Francis Younghusband's bronze Buddha: the British explorer, Army officer, mystic and RGS president was given this statue by the Tibetans in 1904 during his infamous expedition to Lhasa. Feb 1, 2008 533
Colter's wonders of the West. Fillmore, Lori Nov 1, 2007 508
Robert Peary's oil stove: a vital item from the US explorer's still-disputed 1909 expedition to the North Pole. Nov 1, 2007 527
Fawcett's altimeter: the altimeter used by Colonel Percy Harrison Fawcett on one of his numerous trips into the interior of Brazil has been in the Society's archives since 1920. Mar 1, 2007 531
Swedish explorers finish 'impossible' journey. Deegan, Paul Brief Article Aug 1, 2005 273
In Search of Magic and Mystery in Tibet. Nordbye, Masha Sep 1, 2004 3950
A giant leap into Africa: in the late 18th century, more was known about the surface of the moon than about the interior of Africa. But then a group of prominent and determined men decided to put that right. In the process, they founded the Royal Geographical Society. Sattin, Anthony Nov 1, 2003 1859
"Doctor Livingstone, I presume". Mar 1, 2000 985

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