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Screening of "Chasing Ice" documentary
Pacifica's Environmental Family to Host a Screening of Award Winning Documentary, Chasing Ice on Friday, June 7th at Mildred Owen Concert Hall In the spring of 2005, acclaimed environmental photographer James Balog headed to the Arctic on a tricky assignment for National Geographic: to capture images to help tell the story of the Earth's changing ... (more)
Thu May 23, 2013
Writer Brian Switek Shares His Love for Dinosaurs
Dino-fanatic author Brian Switek grew up in New Jersey, dreaming of Jurassic celebrities like Stegosaurus and Brontosaurus .
Descending Into The Mariana Trench: James Cameron's Odyssey
At nearly seven miles below the water's surface, the Mariana Trench is the deepest spot in Earth's oceans.
Vineyard Gazette Online
National Geographic Documentary Celebrates Heroes of Front Lines and Derby
Last fall a group of nine soldiers arrived in Menemsha to compete in the Martha's Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby.
3 Charts That Reveal Deleveraging, Releveraging And The Facehugger Alien
Do you need a break from public policy buzzwords? Are you happy to go back to the days when cliffs were discussed occasionally on the National Geographic channel but not analyzed ad nauseum on CNBC? Are you tired of reading about austerity , austerians , anti-austerians and austeresis ? Okay, I may have made up the last one, but you've come to the ... (more)
Indian-origin boy wins 2013 National Geographic contest (Lead, correcting intro) - Indiatalkies.com
Washington, May 23: Twelve-year-old Indian-origin boy Sathwik Karnik won the 2013 National Geographic Bee by correctly naming Chimborazo, a peak in Ecuador, as the farthest point on earth from the centre of the earth.
The Washington Post
The "Titanic" and "Avatar" creator has a long association with National Geographic , primarily for his work on underwater research and innovation.
Wed May 22, 2013
Bad Astronomy Blog
The eternal Aboriginal
National Geographic has an interesting article up, unoriginally titled Australia's Aboriginals .
Westlake middle school student places in top 15 at National Geographic bee
Lee Burneson Middle School seventh-grader Kyle Yu placed in the top 15 at the preliminaries of the National Geographic Bee .
Mon May 20, 2013
Portrait of storm chaser Tim Samaras after a storm.
While officials start to tally injuries, wrecked homes, and upturned lives, tornado researchers and chasers are swinging into high gear.
Sun May 19, 2013
Williamson Daily News Online
Bob Scott says the people of Pike and Mingo Counties do not realize the potential of the history in their backyard, and he wants to spur local groups to take advantage of that history.
Sat May 18, 2013
Secret to Closing a BioBlitz in New Orleans
A BioBlitz is a 24-hour event in which teams of volunteer scientists, families, students, teachers, and other community members work together to find and identify as many species of plants, animals, microbes, fungi, and other organisms as possible.
The Sons of Old Dartmouth
National Geographic is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the ascent of Everest, and the magazine has produced a list of the fifteen greatest American climbers who have been up the mountain.
Mail on Sunday
National Geographic's 2013 Traveler Photo Contest: Stunning entries...
Every year National Geographic asks the world's adventurers to enter their epic photographs into its Traveler Photo Contest - and each year the submissions prove stunning.
Playing Russian Roulette With a Volcano
So begins National Geographic staff writer Rowe Findley's gripping firsthand account of the events leading up to the massive May 18, 1980, eruption of Mount St.
Fri May 17, 2013
Arcadia Brewing Co. featured in National Geographic for clean water initiative
Arcadia Brewing Co. is being featured in the National Geographic for its participation in the Natural Resources Defense Council's Brewers for Clean Water initiative.
N.C. BBQ joint among Nat Geo's best
Lovers of eastern North Carolina barbecue know all about the Skylight Inn, a little joint in Ayden, about 100 miles southeast of Raleigh.
The Red Ferret Journal
National Geographic Shoe Lights - there's adventure afoot
The scariest thing about hiking at night is not really knowing where to put your feet.
Thu May 16, 2013
Photo District News
How Photographers Keep Their Work and Life in Balance
The Orsini family on vacation at Smugglers' Notch in Vermont. Craig Orsini is one of four photographers we interviewed to find out how he balances work and family.
Poor Mojo Newswire
Belize Construction company Destroys Mayan Pyramid in Latest Refutation of Libertarianism
A construction company in Belize gradually hollowed out and ultimately destroyed a 60-foot, 2300-year-old Mayan pyramid to get gravel for paving roads, National Geographic reports.