The essential companion for a rugged outdoor excursion Whether planning an adventure vacation or just interested in survival techniques, readers will find practical and accurate information on surviving in the wild in Wilderness Survival For Dummies. From building a fire to signaling help to identifying edible plants and insects, this one-stop guide provides tested tips for surviving and thriving in the great outdoors. Readers will discover how to navigate using both a compass and the sky, how to turn saltwater in to freshwater, and how to use what you have to get what you need in deserts, forests, arctic mountains, or at sea. This book provides outdoor adventurers with the information they need to survive in extreme climates and situations. Cameron M. Smith, PhD (Portland, OR), has traveled the world's wildernesses in some of the most unreasonable ways imaginable, including dragging a sled in the arctic. He is an archaeologist at Portland State University and the author of Anthropology For Dummies (978-0-470-27966-3). John F. Haslett (Topanga, CA) is a veteran expedition leader and adventure writer. He's spent decades putting to practice the tenets of this book, and his writings have been featured in National Geographic Explorer. Smith and Haslett are both members of The Explorers Club.Über den Autor:
John Haslett is a veteran expedition leader and adventure writer whose articles have been featured in National Geographic Adventure . Cameron M. Smith is an archaeologist at Portland State University. He has traveled the world's wildernesses in some of the most unreasonable ways imaginable.
„Über diesen Titel“ kann sich auf eine andere Ausgabe dieses Titels beziehen.