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From Botswana to the Bering Sea - My Thirty Years with National Geographic - Canby , Thomas Y.
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[EAN: 9781559635172], Neubuch, [PU: Island Press, Washington D.C. / Covelo , California], BOTSWANA , BERING SEA NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC JOURNALIST JOURNALISM PHOTOGRAPHER SAN ANDREAS FAULT FATHER GUY MARY - ROUSSELIER ESKIMOS INUIT DOG SLED CANADA ARCTIC INDIA, Nature|Environmental Conservation & Protection, Nature|Essays, Biography & Autobiography|General, Science|Earth Sciences|Geography, Jacket, 1998 First Edition Hardcover book in original Jacket ; BRAND NEW from 1998 publisher ; Never opened, Never read, Never marked. Very slight scuff , tiny corner wear to matte black jacket Nice Clean Gift Giving quality. 271 pages, illustrated with 8 pages glossy B&W photographs. Handsome book, bright yellow and black boards, with matching bright yellow endpages, in coordinating black jacket. 6-1/2 x 9 " size, x 1" thick. Photos include arial of the San Andreas fault; Father Guy Mary - Rousselier among the Eskimos , Inuit ; view from a dog sled in the Canadian Arctic ; some pics in the field in India ; great photo of Melville Bell Grosvenor and Luis Marden in top hats , attending the coronation of the King of Tonga in 1957 ; Barry C. Bishop ; more. National Geographic publication has been called a window on the world and a passport to adventure. Such widespread renown gives the magazine's writers an almost magical access to people and happenings, in places that are not accessible to other journalists. Thomas Canby was a writer and science editor fo Geographic from 1961 to 1991 , with seemingly limitless resources available ; in this fascinating book, he gives a first hand look at the life of a Nat Geo field staffer , and an insider's view of the dynamics within the editorial chambers. His travels took him to the farthest reaches of the planet , from a Filipino rice harvest , to villages of Asia and Africa , to dog sledding in the Canadian high Arctic, and more. He was a wonderful reporter who wrote from the heart, and shares his adventures in this interesting and easily readable book. " From Botswana to the Bering Sea " , My Thirty Years with National Geographic , by Thomas Y. Canby ; 1998 First Edition Hardcover book in original Jacket; published by Island Press , Washington D.C. and Covelo , California *** Secure packing, Safe delivery since 1965 *** Size: 6-1/2 x 9 x 1 "

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"National Geographic" has been called a window on the world and a passport to adventure. Each month an estimated forty million people in 190 countries open its pages and are transported to exotic realms that delight the eye and mind. Such widespread renown gives the magazine's writers an almost magical access to people and happenings, as doors that are closed to the rest of the journalistic world open wide.Thomas Y. Canby was fortunate to be a "Geographic" writer and science editor from 1961 to 1991, a time during which the Society's ventures and size grew by leaps and bounds and the resources available to staff were seemingly limitless. In "From Botswana to the Bering Sea," he gives readers an on-the-ground look at the life of a "National Geographic" field staffer and an insider's view of the fascinating dynamics within the magazine's editorial chambers.Canby's assignments dealt largely with issues of global concern, and his travels took him to the farthest reaches of the planet. This book gives the reader the visas and tickets to share in Canby's experiences -- from a Filipino rice harvest capped by a feast of deep-fried rats, to impoverished villages of Asia and Africa gripped by the world's most widespread famine, to seal hunting and dog sledding with Eskimos in the Canadian high Arctic. Readers match wits with paranoid guardians of the secret Soviet space program; skirt land mines in the flaming oil fields of Kuwait; and dodge death while scuba diving to an archaeological site in a Florida sinkhole. The book also gives insight into the magazine's inner workings: how article subjects are chosen; how writers are assigned and interact; how prolonged trips to impossibly remotedestinations are planned; how staffers operate in the field.Working for "National Geographic" has been called "the best job in the world." "From Botswana to the Bering Sea" describes that unique job, and answers from first-hand knowledge the question Canby and his colleagues are so often asked: "So, what is it like to work for National Geographic?" From Botswana to the Bering Sea: My Thirty Years on Assignment for National Geographic Canby, Thomas T., Island Press

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Washington D.C. / Covelo , California: Island Press, 1998. 1998 First Edition Hardcover book in original Jacket ; BRAND NEW from 1998 publisher ; Never opened, Never read, Never marked. Very slight scuff , tiny corner wear to matte black jacket Nice Clean Gift Giving quality. 271 pages, illustrated with 8 pages glossy B&W photographs. Handsome book, bright yellow and black boards, with matching bright yellow endpages, in coordinating black jacket. 6-1/2 x 9 " size, x 1" thick. Photos include arial of the San Andreas fault; Father Guy Mary - Rousselier among the Eskimos , Inuit ; view from a dog sled in the Canadian Arctic ; some pics in the field in India ; great photo of Melville Bell Grosvenor and Luis Marden in top hats , attending the coronation of the King of Tonga in 1957 ; Barry C. Bishop ; more. National Geographic publication has been called a window on the world and a passport to adventure. Such widespread renown gives the magazine's writers an almost magical access to people and happenings, in places that are not accessible to other journalists. Thomas Canby was a writer and science editor fo Geographic from 1961 to 1991 , with seemingly limitless resources available ; in this fascinating book, he gives a first hand look at the life of a Nat Geo field staffer , and an insider's view of the dynamics within the editorial chambers. His travels took him to the farthest reaches of the planet , from a Filipino rice harvest , to villages of Asia and Africa , to dog sledding in the Canadian high Arctic, and more. He was a wonderful reporter who wrote from the heart, and shares his adventures in this interesting and easily readable book. " From Botswana to the Bering Sea " , My Thirty Years with National Geographic , by Thomas Y. Canby ; 1998 First Edition Hardcover book in original Jacket; published by Island Press , Washington D.C. and Covelo , California *** Secure packing, Safe delivery since 1965 *** . First Edition. Hard Cover in Dust Jacket. New/New. Illus. by Photos. 6-1/2 x 9 x 1 "., Island Press, 1998

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National Geographic has been called a window on the world and a passport to adventure. Each month an estimated forty million people in 190 countries open its pages and are transported to exotic realms that delight the eye and mind. Such widespread renown gives the magazine's writers an almost magical access to people and happenings, as doors that are closed to the rest of the journalistic world open wide. Thomas Y. Canby was fortunate to be a National Geographic writer and science editor from 1961 to 1991, a time during which the Society's ventures and size grew by leaps and bounds and the resources available to staff were seemingly limitless. In From Botswana to the Bering Sea, he gives readers an on-the-ground look at the life of a National Geographic field staffer and an insider's view of the fascinating dynamics within the magazine's editorial chambers. Canby's assignments dealt largely with issues of global concern, and his travels took him to the farthest reaches of the planet. This book gives the reader the visas and tickets to share in Canby's experiences -- from a Filipino rice harvest capped by a feast of deep-fried rats, to impoverished villages of Asia and Africa gripped by the world's most widespread famine, to seal hunting and dog sledding with Eskimos in the Canadian high Arctic. Readers match wits with paranoid guardians of the secret Soviet space program; skirt land mines in the flaming oil fields of Kuwait; africa,biographical,biographies,biographies and history,biography and history,botswana,business,conservation,earth sciences,ecotourism Geography, Island Press

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National Geographic has been called a window on the world and a passport to adventure. Each month an estimated forty million people in 190 countries open its pages and are transported to exotic realms that delight the eye and mind. Such widespread renown gives the magazine's writers an almost magical access to people and happenings, as doors that are closed to the rest of the journalistic world open wide. Thomas Y. Canby was fortunate to be a National Geographic writer and science editor from 1961 to 1991, a time during which the Society's ventures and size grew by leaps and bounds and the resources available to staff were seemingly limitless. In From Botswana to the Bering Sea, he gives readers an on-the-ground look at the life of a National Geographic field staffer and an insider's view of the fascinating dynamics within the magazine's editorial chambers. Canby's assignments dealt largely with issues of global concern, and his travels took him to the farthest reaches of the planet. This book gives the reader the visas and tickets to share in Canby's experiences -- from a Filipino rice harvest capped by a feast of deep-fried rats, to impoverished villages of Asia and Africa gripped by the world's most widespread famine, to seal hunting and dog sledding with Eskimos in the Canadian high Arctic. Readers match wits with paranoid guardians of the secret Soviet space program; skirt land mines in the flaming oil fields of Kuwait; africa,biographies,botswana,business,conservation,earth sciences,ecotourism,education and reference,geography,history Geography, Island Press

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From Botswana to the Bering Sea: My Thirty Years on Assignment for National Geographic
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Canby, Thomas T.

Titel:

From Botswana to the Bering Sea: My Thirty Years on Assignment for National Geographic

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9781559635172

Canby was fortunate enough to have been a writer and science editor for "National Geographic" magazine from 1961 to 1991. In these recollections, he gives readers an on-the-ground look at the life of a "Geographic" staffer and an insider's view of the fascinating dynamics within the magazine's editorial chambers. Photos & maps.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781559635172
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1559635177
Gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsjahr: 1998
Herausgeber: ISLAND PR
287 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,553 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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