Thursday, February 14, 2013
National Geographic Mile Stones And Acheivements-2
*-- The American Botanit (+)Robert F Criggs went to the most dangerous area of Katmal vulcano when it got live in Alaska during 1912 to observe its effects on the environment. He told the and introduced the world with oozing smoke and material like spring from the vulcano. Afterwards, the area was saved as national heritage. The area encircling 1700 square miles is called the "Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes" *-- Underthe auspices of National Geographic Society, Rear Admiral (+)Richard E Byrd was first human being who who flied over South pole on November 29, 1929 and shot photos of the 60,000 square miles area. *-- During 1938, an anthropologist (+)Mathew Sterling led eight adventures with the collaboration of Nastional Geographic that discovered 1500 BC ancient civilization of Mexico 'Olmec' in which they found 11 faces made up of pieces of rocks buried under the ground since fifteenth century. *-- The October 1952 issue of the National Geographic is important in the sense that it stunned the world by publishing the information regarding under sea world discovered for the first time by French Oceamilogy expert Jacques -Yves Cousteau.