Accidents is now printed in full color on coated stock, offering more informative and attractive photos and illustrations. Analyzing 30 years of accident history, we detail the most frequent locations and causes of accidents on this popular mountain, with lessons for alpine climbs everywhere. The American Alpine Journal is written by contributors from around the world. Accidents in North American Climbing is written and edited by volunteers, staff, and regional correspondents.
Veteran climbing journalist Dougald MacDonald is editor in chief of these annual publications. McGivney; Kay, photographer. Romano, and C. Brown, editor. Braided River creates books as tools for specific conservation campaigns, partnering with grassroots organizations. Learn more at BraidedRiver. Includes CD of Tongass nature sounds. Skipstone promotes a deeper connection to our natural world through sustainable practices and backyard activism. Pasztor, DeTore; illustrations by Nunemaker. Hunter, Lightner. It offers easy, inspiring instruction for first-time gardeners who want to grow their own food while saving money and time and eating more healthfully.
In response to the rising interest in homegrown foods, the seattle urban farm Co. Along the way, McCrate and halm teach beginning growers the techniques of organic food production and how to build a garden from the ground up. In simple, accessible terms, they explain key topics, including:. Garden size and design for any setting Preparing soil, including fertilizer and compost Crop planning techniques Creating container gardens Watering and irrigation Plant Life —what are vegetables, anyway, and what should you eat?
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The Natural Hydrologic Cycle Long before strip malls and parking lots, nature mediated the movement of water and its effect on forests, streams, and oceans by a series of barriers, filters, and catchment systems. From there the rainfall could migrate into streams and underground aquifers at a gradual rate, providing a steady supply of water as needed during dry seasons. In an everrepeating cycle, surface water, and water brought back up to the surface, returned to the atmosphere through evaporation and plant transpiration. Vegetation In the regions of coastal Oregon, Washington, and southern British Columbia, evergreen conifer forests are the natural vegetation.
The canopy over your head the leaves and branches of the tree, also called the crown captures most of the precipitation; the needles make up a large surface that not only intercepts most of the rain but also transpires it back into the atmosphere. What rain does sneak through, its momentum checked by the canopy, descends slowly, hitting obstacles such as lower understory trees and large shrubs.
Perennials and groundcovers slow the remaining rain. Soil layers In the forest, by the time any rain contacts soil, even during big storms, it has slowed to a gentle flow that seeps into the soil without eroding it. The duff layer is the first soil it hits. Duff is what makes forest soil spongy. It consists of organic material that is in the process of composting decomposing but is still chunky and recognizable: twigs, crumbling rotted wood, leaves, mosses, lichens. Duff smells like the forest, holds lots of water, and becomes humus as it breaks down.
Humus means soil in Latin, and in soil science it refers to organic matter that has reached a stable state and will not break down any further—if conditions do not change severely, it will remain the same for millennia. The combined duff and humus layers soak up water and hold on to it, keeping plant roots moist long after the rains are gone. The water will eventually find its way into the aquifer, now cleansed and purified by the soil layers.
In cold weather, the water in the crevices freezes and expands, opening up new crevices. Even when an aquifer is filled to capacity, water can flow through it thanks to the permeable, often porous materials it is made of, such as sand and sandstone, or glacial outwash—type mixes, gravels, fractured rocks, limestone, granite, or basalt. Permeable layers in volcanic soils called rubble zones make wonderful aquifers. Granite layers are not the best aquifers as they are usually not porous, but they can hold water as long as the granite is not one single slab which can actually block access to soil below.
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Where is the tent? A rush of fear and adrenaline runs through me like I used to get when I was a kid, stepping outside our house at night, terrified of the dark. No more than a paragraph will be devoted to explaining the circumstances of my death, but the story will go on for another five pages with quotes from Dad and a description of his legendary ascent in A cloud of frozen dust stings my eyes. The beam of light coming from my headlamp runs into the storm. All I see are white flecks of static and endless black behind it. Another cloud of frozen dust swirls at me and I instinctively close my eyes.
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Founded in , the Cornell Lab is a nonprofit organization whose vibrant community includes supporters, citizen-science participants, and millions of bird enthusiasts from all walks of life who connect with them online at www. The scientists collected specimens of plants, animals, and minerals, which they shipped back to Portland by way of the mule train to Hoodsport. The majority of the party was assigned to cutting the mule trail, while 2 or 3 man exploring parties fanned out and scouts went ahead. The scouts and side exploring parties scrambled up slopes on all fours, pulling themselves up by grabbing onto vegetation; descended similar slopes by sliding, deliberately or inadvertently; hacked and crawled through dense brush and windthrow; waded up rivers and streams when there was no other way through; felled trees to bridge ravines and rivers; and traversed narrow ridges of crumbling vertically-oriented shale.
Hornet and yellow jacket wasp attacks were a daily occurrence, sending men scrambling and mules stampeding, one over a cliff to her death. Where the men crossed swamps, devils club thorns impaled the men and broke off in their skin, creating painful inflammations. One party of 3 men climbed what they thought was Mount Olympus but was in reality one of the neighboring peaks, Athena II.
A fourth member of the summit party became separated on the climb and ended up descending the Queets River alone, and was taken in by a Quinault Indian family. They were reluctant to believe that he had crossed the Olympics, not believing it was possible to do so; but they accepted his story when he was able to point out reference points on a map. Many members of this expedition spoke Chinook jargon. From their settlement, he was able to rejoin the expedition in Hoquiam. O'Neil's reports on his explorations resulted in his recommendation that the region be declared a national park.
Mount Olympus itself was not ascended until , one of the first successes of The Mountaineers , which had been organized in Seattle just a few years earlier. Their report, published in , reported that most of the land was not suited to agriculture, but local politicians had already convinced President William McKinley to remove the most valuable lowland timber from the reserve, claiming it should be open to homesteading. The Forest Reserve was reorganized under Gifford Pinchot as the Olympic National Forest in , with an emphasis on commercial utilization of timber and minerals and fire protection, as well as hunting and trapping.
In , the new supervisor of the Forest Service, Henry Graves, made a trip to the Olympics to determine if commercial timber and minerals were being tied up in the national monument. The Elwha River was dammed in with construction of the Elwha Dam. Neither dam had any fish passage for the salmonid runs, completely eliminating salmonids from over 70 miles of river.
As part of the settlement, migrating salmon will be trucked around the dam. The Wynoochee River was dammed in the late s by the Army Corps of Engineers for flood control, but in the dam was taken over by the city of Tacoma for power generation. With the building of the Spruce Railroad during World War I and the completion of the Olympic Highway in , logging in the Olympics intensified, along with demand for recreational facilities.
Special use permits were also issued for private summer cabins at Lakes Cushman and Quinault, and the Olympic Hot Springs resort. During the Great Depression , the Olympic National Forest used the Civilian Conservation Corps to build logging roads and railroads, bridges, campgrounds, shelters, fire lookouts, ranger stations, and a fish hatchery. They also fought fires and planted tree seedlings. Pressure for a national park built with the acceleration of logging and road building. The majority reported that the Olympics fully rated protection as a national park, but one member issued a minority report stating that public pressure for recreational facilities would require the Park Service to build roads, campgrounds, and chalets, thus negating any benefit from national park status.
In , President Franklin D. In , the park was enlarged with the addition of the coastal strip,  and more coastal areas along Lake Ozette were added in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Olympic Mountains Mount Olympus. Retrieved 18 Feb Cascade-Olympic Natural History. Portland, Oregon: Raven Editions.
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