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The road to Mount Marathon
Starting out over 100 years ago, the Mouth Marathon Race became an official organized event that challenged racers to climb a mile and a half up the mountain to get to the 3,022 foot summit and then g...
How a tribe of hunter-gatherers helped me put death into perspective
Death has always been hidden away, but after spending time with an isolated tribe, this writer is ready to face death head-on.
Glass eels use an inner compass to navigate the tides
European or glass eels use the planet's magnetic field like a compass and an internal clock to track the tides that take them to the coast.
ARTICLE: Bouldering as Treatment for Depression - A Study
A recent study by the University of Arizona suggests that bouldering could be an effective treatment for depression in adults. Climber and researcher Eva-Maria Stelzer and her colleagues discovered th...
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Arch Review from Cam 2018-01-23 23:44:36
It’s a new term and we are getting ready for the next ARC volume ‘Glocal Archaeology’ due out in April! #GlocalARC… https://t.co/PFZaP93caS
NE Asia Archaeology 2018-01-23 23:44:12
Closer to understanding Xiongnu enigma https://t.co/e81mTuEDGz | #archaeology via Keith K.
MotherNatureNetwork 2018-01-23 23:43:03
Yarn bombers of the world, unite and take over. Or at least keep spinning these stunning works of urban art.… https://t.co/gt2DRPEVDq
TreeHugger.com 2018-01-23 23:40:04
When the heck did electric commercial flight become a realistic prospect?! All short-haul flights from Norway could… https://t.co/SvaZaJhZZW
Planet Green 2018-01-23 23:40:00
Why roosters don't go deaf from their crowing https://t.co/pnVmsaF7yj
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RT @temblor: M=7.9 Alaska earthquake strikes off the coast of Kodiak Island, triggering a tsunami and questions | https://t.co/1twVj9WIVY h…
Cho Oyu and Everest
Chinese have begun issuing permits for expeditions to the North side of Cho Oyu and Everest. Hopefully future expedition teams...
Arctic Archipelagos: Spitsbergen and Franz Josef Land
In the far north of Russia is the icy realm of Franz Josef Land, one of the most remote and raw archipelagos in the world. Dis...
In the far north of Russia is the icy realm of Franz Josef Land, one of the most remote and raw archipelagos in the world. Discovered less than 150 ye
An exploration of historic Canadian and Greenlandic sites in the Arctic, combined with abundant wildlife and Inuit culture equ...
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Oceans in Crisis: One Woman Will Cross the Pacific to Raise Awareness
Sonya Baumstein has rowed across the Atlantic Ocean, kayaked from Seattle to Juneau, and paddled across the Bering Strait. But now she is in final pr...
TrillionDollarBaby whizzes past Earth
Asteroid 2011 UW-158, an asteroid with 90 million tons of platinum core worth over five trillion dollars, hurtled past earth early Monday morning. Th...
Tahoma Ski
I climbed and skied the Tahoma Glacier with a group of four from Seattle on January 19-21. I wanted to share some conditions information and beta for ...
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