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Exploration & Adventure - National Geographic Adventure presents the best in adventure travel and outdoor recreation, featuring news, photos, videos, gear reviews, more.. National Geographic Photography - National Geographic is the source for pictures, photo tips, free desktop wallpapers of places, animals, nature, underwater, travel, and more, as well as photographer bios.. List - January, 1910. National Geographic Society’s Alaskan Expedition of 1909, Photography in Glacial Alaska, The Discovery of the North Pole (Banquet), Coal-Fields of Alaska. NGA Best Adventure Books - National Geographic Adventure, in their July-August, 2001, issue unveiled an exceptionally well conceived list of "adventure" books.. Explorers House: National Geographic and the World It Made - EXPLORERS HOUSE; `NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC AND THE WORLD IT MADE' By Robert M. Poole I remember as a kid waiting for the newest issue of National Geographic Magazine to arrive with its distinctive yellow border and its images of impossibly remote and exotic places: not to mention the Barenaked Natives.. The Dome is Home - The Dome is Home--South Pole history 1975-90 The new station as it appeared at dedication time (NSF photo courtesy Jerry Marty). The Providence Journal - Jacquelyn Smith was stabbed by a man trying to take her necklace and pocketbook after she rolled down the window of her car to give money to what she thought was a panhandler with a hungry baby.. Saturn - Saturn is a gas giant because it is predominantly composed of hydrogen and helium. It lacks a definite surface, though it may have a solid core. Saturn's rotation causes it to have the shape of an oblate spheroid; that is, it is flattened at the poles and bulges at its equator.. Pole: The 90's... - Winter 1990 . Manager: Tom Fay, population 20. Notable Antarctic aviator (who made his first of many flights to Pole in 1976, and later started Adventure Networks) Giles Kershaw dies in an ultralight accident on the Jones Ice Shelf near Rothera (3/5). Climate change in the Arctic - The effects of global warming in the Arctic, or climate change in the Arctic include rising air and water temperatures, loss of sea ice, and melting of the Greenland ice sheet with a related cold temperature anomaly, observed since the 1970s..