Tag archives for Explorers Journal
Emily Hughes searches for fossils in the romantic expanse of the Australian Outback. This is the first of her posts—the trip to the Outback for fossil hunting begins!
Gregg Treinish and his team at Adventure Science bring us stories from around the world about adventuring with purpose. ASC’s Jordan Holisinger relays how ocean rowers in the Great Pacific Race collect water samples for the biggest, baddest microplastics survey ever.
Emily Stifler Wolfe is the newest Adventure Science team member. Follow her as she travels through Montana with volunteers who are collecting wildlife data on the American Prairie Reserve.
Victoria Hillman is a National Geographic Explorer and Research Director for the Transylvanian Wildlife Project overseeing research on carnivores and biodiversity of Europe’s last great wilderness. Here, she presents a poem by her Romanian associate, Gál László, who writes about the beauty of the forests.
National Geographic Young Explorer Hannah Reyes is studying and visually documenting the transitions to modernity of indigenous culture in Northern Philippines. Here she finds how Nat Geo back issues take Ayta children to the “outside world”.
Dino Martins travels around the world to study insect behavior. In honor of World Environment Day, take a closer look at a few amazing insects to remind us of the incredible and wonderful creatures that we share this planet with.
Andrew Flachs searches India for answers to hard questions at the intersection of technology, agriculture, and society.
Can Africa’s ecosystems survive the toxic effects of wildlife poisoning?
After seeing pumas, their tracks, and their kills all week, we started catching them. Now five of San Guillermo’s pumas are wearing satellite collars that will show us what they’re killing, where, and how – giving us a new window into the workings of high Andean ecosystems.
National Geographic grantee Riley Arthur is documenting the Erased of Slovenia- 25,000+ non-ethnic Slovenian residents were left without legal status after the country split from Yugoslavia in 1991. Over two decades later, the community is still fighting for documentation. These stories are about the Erased and the places they live. —- February 26th, 2014 marked…