Virtual - Interactive Expeditions
Off Screened Expedition
This website follows the journey of eight young artists from Lebanon, UAE, Oman and Bahrain as they travel across the UK, in search of a unique portrait of British life. Having won a regional art competition coordinated by HSBC, Local Ministries, and
Southern Endurance
The Objective of the Society is to advance the education of young people by providing inspirational and challenging scientific expeditions to remote, wild environments and so promote the development of their confidence, teamwork, leadership and spiri
Nepal-Bardia 2012
John Blashford-Snell had organised the projects so that a junior expedition which included nine young people and their parents or godparents, could spend time scouting the area on elephant back to locate the wild elephants and begin the community aid
Expedition to Guyana
The Wai Wai, known as ‘Children of the Forest’ inhabit the tropical rain forest in the deep south of Guyana and their presence is essential if intrusions by illegal loggers and diamond miners from Brazil are to be prevented. \r\n\r\nSome years ago Ma
The Giant Elephant Quest
The giant elephants of West Nepal were a legend until in 1992 a Scientific Exploration Society expedition discovered two of these enormous beasts living in the Bardia Park in a remote corner of this Himalayan kingdom. The largest tusker, estimated at
Kota Mama VII, Bolivia
John Blashford-Snell has been asked to form an expedition to investigate the theory and study the geology and archaeology of the savannah, swamp and jungle around Lake Roja Aguado. SES has approved the project and a recce was undertaken by John, geol
Discovering the Hidden Biodiversity of the Gulf of California with DeepSea
Scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego returning from research expeditions in Mexico have captured unprecedented details of vibrant sea life and ecosystems in the Gulf of California. The expedition found new species and
Kaspersky ONE Trans-Antarctic Expedition
On January 22nd 2012, Felicity became the first woman in the world to ski across Antarctica alone. Without the use of kites or parasails but with two resupplies, she covered 1744km in 59 days traversing the continent from the Ross Ice Shelf to Hercul
Bering Sea Ecosystem Expedition
The Bering Sea is a wildly productive ecosystem. U.S. and Russian fishing fleets pull hundreds of millions of pounds of fish and crab from its waters each year. All that productivity is because a particular combination of melting sea ice and currents
Lophelia II 2009: deepwater Coral Expedition: Reefs, Rigs and Wrecks
This is the third cruise in a four-year project sponsored by the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER) and the U.S. Minerals Management Service (MMS), a division of the Department of the Interior. The overall goal of this project is to
Bermuda: Search for Deep Water Caves 2009
Deep-water marine caves are one of the Earth\'s last largely unexplored frontiers of undiscovered fauna (animal life). More than 150 limestone caves are known to exist in or near the island of Bermuda. Many of these caves have extensive but relativel
Russian-U.S. Arctic Census 2009
The RUSALCA mission set sail from Nome, Alaska, on the Russian research vessel (R/V) Professor Khromov on August 22 for a 40-day voyage into the Bering Strait and northwards to the Pacific side of the Arctic Ocean. RUSALCA stands for Russian-American
Ice Antarctic University Expedition
Between February 12th and February 28th parents, students, educators and polar enthusiasts can visit this site to share all of our expedition moments. We will be posting photos, journals and expedition updates on a daily basis! Please note, that occa
Bioluminescence 2009:
Sudden blue flashes . . . Shooting beams of red light . . . An eerie green glow. These are just some of the surreal displays created by deep-sea animals that are bioluminescent, which means they can create and emit visible light. A fascinating phenom
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CoachDiscounts
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Deep-Water Connections: Octocorals at the Southern Distibution Limits
Think of the word \"corals.\" What images come to mind? If you are like most people, you envision vivid, colorful mounds of impressive brain and staghorn corals: the kind of corals that make up tropical, shallow-water reefs like the Great Barrier Ree
Expedition to the Phoenix Islands Protected Area
Join an international team of scientists, divers, photographers and officials heading to the Phoenix Islands, a remote archipelago of coral islands in the equatorial Pacific, on a 3-week research mission to survey what may be the most pristine intrac
Virtual Journey Across Greenland
FFAE2007 departed the UK on 2nd November 2007 for Punta Arenas, where final final packing and weighing of equipment and food was done, before the flight to the Patriot Hills base of Antarctic Logistic Expeditions \"ALE\" in a Russian cold war Ilusyia
21st Century Altai
As a young adventurer, it’s easy to become despondent in the belief that “everything has been done” and that there is nowhere left to explore. At least, that is, without doing something so extreme as to require decades of experience or being extremel
Tunsbergdalsbreen Project
Tunsbergdalsbreen Project is an international project with the aim of making young people aware of climate change and the way glaciers react to these changes. It also wants to enable young people to make experiences and join activities nature in a be
Expedition: Mongolia, Valley of the Khans Project
The Valley of the Khans Project is a nondestructive archaeological survey utilizing modern digital tools from a variety of disciplines, including digital imagery, computer vision, nondestructive surveying, and on-site digital archaeology. The goal of
The Cycling Reporter Cycling Expedition
In Spring 2010 I will cycle out of New York City, crossing the U.S.A and Canada until I reach Los Angeles. From there I will make my way to New Zealand, where I will again travel by bike from Auckland in the North, to the tip of the South Island. Fin
Phoencian Ship Expedition
The Phoenician Ship Expedition launched from Arwad, Syria in August 2008, to sail through the Suez Canal, and into the Red Sea. Phase One of the expedition was completed in January 2009 when Phoenicia reached the Republic of Yemen. \r\n\r\nPhase Two
North Pole 2010
Being a Polar explorer gives you a lot of time to think, to question your desire to continue. But Antony Jinman never does. The question was answered at 22, when a snowboarding accident split a vertebra and broke his back. He vowed never to leave a w
Dive and Discover: Expedition 13 Gulf of Mexico
On April 20, 2010, the oil-drilling rig Deepwater Horizon exploded and sank in the Gulf of Mexico. The well it was drilling continued to gush oil for nearly three months, eventually causing one of the worst oil spills in history. When it was finally
Assessing Human Impacts on the Ecosystem Surrounding Tona Lodge
The University of St Andrews Expedition Society.\r\n\r\nOur first expedition took place in Summer 2009 and went to Tanzania. Since then we have been to Kazakstan and run loads of great Expedition training courses, loads of talks and our members have
London to Cape Code
The Max Aventure team of Mac MacKenney, Chris Rawlings & Steve MacKenney have travelled from London to Cape Town covering 10,000 miles through 20 countries and breaking the current record of 13 days, 8 hrs 48 mins set in 1963 by Eric Jackson & Ken Ch
The Plastiki Expedition 2010
Saving the environment one plastic bottle at a time
Rough Edges Adventures China 2010
Fun, variety and passion. That is what you will find from everyone involved at Rough Edge. We are dedicated, professional and totally intent on one thing; That you have the time of your life. We take advice from the best sources including The Royal G
Expedition to the Pamir Mountains
The Roof of the World expedition will take 6 weeks from June to September 2010 in the Gorno-Badakhshan region of Tajikistan, specifically the High Pamir mountains, fabled by Marco Polo and great British Explorers such as John Wood and Sir Francis You
Expedition Borneo 2010
The Heart of Borneo Rainforest is one of the most important and least studied ecosystems on earth, but it\'s disappearing at an alarming rate.\r\n\r\n\r\nWe work to protect this rainforest from futher destruction for the benefit of its inhabitants -
21st Century Altai
Kerlingarfjöll is an actively volcanic mountain range which is overlain by many small glaciers. Since 2000 the glaciers have retreated sufficiently to affect the local ski resort. This raises concerns about the rate of deglaciation. The expedition ai
Norway 2013: The Tunsbergdalsbreen Project
The Tunsbergdalsbreen 2013 project is now in its fifth year, with an aim to introduce young people to glacial environments and to carry out vital monitoring of the biggest outlet glacier from the Jostedal ice cap in Norway. The project is in partner
Mongolia Valley Khans Project
The Valley of the Khans Project is a nondestructive archaeological survey utilizing modern digital tools from a variety of disciplines, including digital imagery, computer vision, nondestructive surveying, and on-site digital archaeology. The goal of
New York to Hong Kong by Bike
In Spring 2010 I will cycle out of New York City, crossing the U.S.A and Canada until I reach Los Angeles. From there I will make my way to New Zealand, where I will again travel by bike from Auckland in the North, to the tip of the South Island. Fin
Walking Home from Mongolia
Beginning in winter 2011, Leon walked 3000 miles from the Gobi Desert in Mongolia to Hong Kong. It took just over six months, and he finished on the 26th May.\r\n
Crossing the Empty Quarter
In November and December 2012, Leon crossed 1000 miles of the Empty Quarter desert in Oman and the United Arab Emirates. The journey began in Salalah, Oman and finished six weeks later in the glitz and glamour of Dubai, UAE. The trip roughly traced s
Phoenician Ship Expedition
The Phoenician Ship Expedition launched from Arwad, Syria in August 2008, to sail through the Suez Canal, and into the Red Sea. Phase One of the expedition was completed in January 2009 when Phoenicia reached the Republic of Yemen.
Adventure Namibia
Adventure Namibia was a 2 month expedition through wild untamed desert in Namibia (2003). The purpose of the trip was to enjoy life and to make several flying films, one of which is possibly the first ever art fiction picture with trike flying as a m
Aconcagua 2014
Solo attempt of Polish Route on Aconcagua
Origins of Angkor
The great complex of Angkor was the seat of the Khmer Empire from A.D. 800 to 1400. The ruins provide intricate and beautiful evidence that can tell historians a great deal about how the culture and society functioned. However, despite all this evide
Everest Views & Ama Dablam
Would you like to visit the Himalayas but have a maximum of two weeks holiday time? This trek is designed for those who would like to see Everest and trek amongst the Himalayan Giants, but don\'t have time to go all the way to Everest Base Camp. The
Everest Team Tres
We run one Everest Team Trek each year for those who wish to make the famous journey to Everest Base Camp, alongside our team of climbers, who will be attempting to reach the summit from the middle of May. This is a great opportunity, but places are
The Second Continent- South America 2011
Freya Hoffmeister, the “Woman in Black”, is based in Husum, North Germany, when she’s not travelling for sea kayaking around the world. She’s either picking her 7,5 m-van, a tent or rental car to sleep in: independence is her lifestyle.\r\n\r\nAccomp
The Magnificent Seven Expedition
Beginning in June 2012, Canadian self-propelled adventurer Rod Wellington will embark on a grand-sized, multi-stage, decade-spanning journey that will see him descend six of the world’s longest river systems from source to sea as well as one very sho
Amazon Express Expedition
The Amazon Express Expedition is the fulfillment of my personal ambition to be the first person to solo kayak down the entire (4225 mile) length of the Amazon River – and do it faster than anyone ever has before.\r\n \r\nBut it’s not just about kayak
25 journeys of 1000 miles
25 journeys of 1000 miles or more, each using a different form of non-motorised transport. A true global adventure with a total distance equivalent to the circumference of the Earth around the Equator. \r\n\r\nAlong the way, Dave hopes to raise £1,00
Biology in Costa Rica
This is an action packed biology study expedition to a country famous for its biodiversity and stunning landscape. Your team will begin their expedition in San Jose soaking up the culture before heading to the Centre for Tropical Agricultural Researc
The Montpelier Archaeology Expedition
The Montpelier Archaeology Expedition programs gives the public a chance to dig at an 18th century archaeological site for the week and help Montpelier Archaeologists rediscover the lost Madison plantation. Most of our programs take place at the arch
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