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Historical group to present Burg program

...began traveling on U.S. and Canadian rivers in canoes and wrote about a 1928 trip down the Yukon River for National Geographic Magazine. That magazine and the Encyclopaedia Britannica paid for his pictures and trips through Canada, the United...
In the Stacks

...Cathy Newman. A stunning portfolio of photos highlights this fascinating account of women photographers at National Geographic magazine. The text accompanying the photos is a collage of words, describing the photographers' experiences and goals...
NOAA photographers place in national contest Csepp and to Linda Shaw, a habitat biologist at NOAA Fisheries Alaska Region. Judges were Bert Fox of National Geographic Magazine; Leena Jayaswal, Assistant Professor in the School of Communication at American University in Washington...
Slumbering menace on his camera. The frightening image of a white cloud crashing down on Juneau earned him a place in National Geographic magazine. No one was killed in the slide, but more than 70 buildings near downtown Juneau have been struck by avalanches...
Upcoming exhibits and events at the Anchorage Museum

...first successful summit in 1913, attempts to establish a high altitude scientific camp at 18,180 feet, National Geographic Magazine expeditions and more.? "Romantic North," through Oct. 14This exhibit showcases a selection of landscape...
Saying goodbye: Kodachrome's last roll

...crew from National Geographic Channel, which plans to broadcast a one-hour documentary early next year. National Geographic magazine is considering doing a spread on McCurry's trip that would include a handful of images. All the originals...
Alaska on Paper of ten books and frequent magazine articles, including Antarctica. His photography has appeared in National Geographic magazine, The New York Times, and Smithsonian. He lives in Gustavus.
Local cameraman gets Emmy nomination

...down the south face of Mount Juneau. The photographs, one of which appeared in the September 1982 issue of National Geographic magazine, were instrumental in getting him the job on the TV documentary, he said. This is not the first time Gray's...
Rookery to host Bristol Bay celebration tonight

...featuring the photography of Michael Melford. Melford's photos, recently featured in December's issue of National Geographic Magazine and a newly published book "Hidden Alaska," have been on display at the Back Room since March 4. Both Hall...
Nicklin to present on Humpback whales swim near enough to record whale behavior without interrupting it. Chris Johns, editor-in-chief at National Geographic Magazine called the book "indispensable for anyone with a sense of wonder about whales. It's a field guide, primer...


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