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Wade Davis:  “a rare combination of scientist, scholar, poet and passionate defender of all of life’s diversity”  So much to learn from him!

Wade Davis is an Explorer in Residence at the National Geographic Society. He is the author of fifteen books, including the international best seller, Serpent and the Rainbow.

A National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, he has been described as “a rare combination of scientist, scholar, poet and passionate defender of all of life’s diversity.”    see: http://www.daviswade.com/

The history behind zombies: Wade Davis, Ethnobiologist, researched Haitian Zombies.

Oceanographer Sylvia Earle was chief scientist at the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in the early 1990s and since 1998 she has served as an explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society, but she may be best known as a tireless advocate for the world’s oceans. Time magazine named Earle its first “hero of the planet,” she led expeditions to study the Marine Sanctuary, and founded Deep Search, a foundation dedicated to protecting and exploring the Earth's…

Oceanographer Sylvia Earle was chief scientist at the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in the early 1990s and since 1998 she has served as an explorer-in-residence at the National Geographic Society, but she may be best known as a tireless advocate for the world’s oceans. Time magazine named Earle its first “hero of the planet,” she led expeditions to study the Marine Sanctuary, and founded Deep Search, a foundation dedicated to protecting and exploring the Earth's…

Her Deepness - Dr. Sylvia Earle Sylvia Alice Earle is an American marine biologist, explorer, author, and lecturer. Since 1998 she has been a National Geographic explorer-in-residence. Earle was the first female chief scientist of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and was named by Time Magazine as its first Hero for the Planet in 1998.

Her Deepness - Dr. Sylvia Earle Sylvia Alice Earle is an American marine biologist, explorer, author, and lecturer. Since 1998 she has been a National Geographic explorer-in-residence. Earle was the first female chief scientist of the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and was named by Time Magazine as its first Hero for the Planet in 1998.

For the month of June, we are excited to recognize Dr. Sylvia Earle as our Bag Hero! Dr. Earle is an oceanographer, explorer, author, and lecturer. She is a National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence,   and first “Hero for the Planet” by Time magazine. She has been the chief scientist of NOAA and is the chair of the Advisory Council of the Harte Research Institute. She has authored more than 190 scientific, technical, and popular publications; lectured in more than 80 countries

For the month of June, we are excited to recognize Dr. Sylvia Earle as our Bag Hero! Dr. Earle is an oceanographer, explorer, author, and lecturer. She is a National Geographic Society Explorer-in-Residence, and first “Hero for the Planet” by Time magazine. She has been the chief scientist of NOAA and is the chair of the Advisory Council of the Harte Research Institute. She has authored more than 190 scientific, technical, and popular publications; lectured in more than 80 countries

For the program’s finale, the 80-foot screen projecting high-definition National Geographic videos and still images flew up in a four-second reverse Kabuki drop, revealing the Society’s Explorers-in-Residence, photographers, 2013 Emerging Explorers, the Washington Symphonic brass, and six gala awardees: explorer and filmmaker James Cameron, National Geographic Bee moderator Alex Trebek, oceanographer Sylvia Earle, scientist and author Edward O. Wilson, philanthropist Howard G. Buffett, and…

For the program’s finale, the screen projecting high-definition National Geographic videos and still images flew up in a four-second reverse Kabuki drop

National Geographic Explorer in Residence, Sylvia Earle, has set several dive records and became the first female chief scientist of the US National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration. #WomensHistoryMonth #tbt

National Geographic Explorer in Residence, Sylvia Earle, has set several dive records and became the first female chief scientist of the US National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration.

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