The Explorers Journal Vol. 98, No. 4 - Risk and Reward
Founded in 1904 to promote exploration “by all means possible,” The Explorers Club is an international organization dedicated to the advancement of field exploration and scientific inquiry. Their members are leading pioneers in oceanography, mountaineering, archaeology, and the planetary and environmental sciences and their members and honorees have included the likes of Theodore Roosevelt, Neil Armstrong and the Duke of Edinburgh.
From vast ocean depths to the frontiers of outer space, The Explorers Journal is a quarterly magazine thatoffers first-hand reporting from those pushing the limits of knowledge and human endurance.
This Volume 98, Number 4 Issue, titled Risk and Reward, features pieces on the exploration of caves in Greenland, our collective global culture, sea forests off the African coast, and more.