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Bernadette McDonald

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The Call of Everest
The History, Science, and Future of the World's Tallest Peak
Written by Conrad Anker, Bernadette McDonald, David Breashears and Broughton Coburn
Foreword by Thomas Hornbein


Format: Hardcover, 304 pages
Publisher: National Geographic
On Sale: May 14, 2013
Price: $35.00

This is the definitive book on the history, mystique, and science of Mount Everest, including how climate change is impacting the world’s tallest mountain.

In 1963, the American Mount Everest Expedition made mountaineering history. It was the first American venture to successfully scale the legendary peak and the first successful... Read more >
Also available as an eBook.

The Call of Everest
The History, Science, and Future of the World's Tallest Peak
Written by Conrad Anker
Contribution by Bernadette McDonald
Foreword by Thomas Hornbein


Format: eBook, 275 pages
Publisher: National Geographic
On Sale: May 14, 2013
Price: $28.00

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Also available as a hardcover.

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Whose Water Is It?
The Unquenchable Thirst of a Water-Hungry World
Written by Douglas Jehl
Edited by Bernadette McDonald


Format: Trade Paperback, 256 pages
Publisher: National Geographic
On Sale: October 1, 2004
Price: $14.95

In this compelling volume, 14 prominent environmental writers address the frightening facts about this dwindling resource that humankind has squandered for centuries. They offer alarming scientific evidence that we are using water much faster than it can be replenished, and they elaborate on the consequences that could result from current trends... Read more >

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Whose Water Is It?
The Unquenchable Thirst of a Water-Hungry World
Written by Douglas Jehl
Edited by Bernadette McDonald


Format: Hardcover, 320 pages
Publisher: National Geographic
On Sale: October 1, 2003
Price: $25.00

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