Ice Formations Diurnal Freeze-Thaw Cycles
In January 2007 I was introduced to some interesting photos of ice growing from a metal fence on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. I corresponded with Sheryl Terris about her photos and she gave me permission to use...
Yosemite: Where a Waterfall Catches Fire
HowStuffWorks.com blogger Amanda Arnold writes about the Horsetail Waterfall at Yosemite.
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Highest Points: 20 U.S. National Parks by Elevation [40...
The United States has 58 national parks that are operated by the National Park Service. It takes an act of U.S. Congress to establish a national park and we frequently see these parks listed in some type of ordered list such as number of yearly visit...
Olympic National Park: One of the wildest places left in...
Olympic National Park in Washington offers a bit of everything for nature lovers, hikers and adventurers like Pacific Ocean beaches, rain forest valleys, glacier-capped peaks and a dazzling diversity of plants and animals. 95% of this park is still w...
Photographic journal of our visit to Kauai, Hawaii.
Reese Tipis - tipi, tepee, teepee news
Video: Douglas Brinkley Eloquently Defends Alaska's Wilderness...
Historian Douglas Brinkley reminds us that the Alaskan wilderness is not just a bartering chip in energy debates, but a treasure in its own right.
Photographic capture of travels in Alaska.
Thing in a Jar
An abstract sculpture of a thing in a jar, by Drew Olbrich
Harvard Gazette: Rituals enhance health
American Indians who use the hallucinogen peyote regularly in connection with religious ceremonies show no evidence of brain damage or psychological problems, report researchers at Harvard-affiliated McLean Hospital.