Some articles on exploring:

Charles Wilkes - The South Seas Expedition
... Upon this background, he was given command of the government exploring expedition ".. ... for the purpose of exploring and surveying the Southern Ocean ... Exploring Squadron was authorized by act of the Congress on May 18, 1836 ...
Cadwalader Ringgold - Other Expeditions
... In 1853 he took command of the North Pacific Exploring and Surveying Expedition, also known as the Rodgers-Ringgold Expedition, but while on the expedition, in July 1854, he became sick with malaria and was ... Exploring Expedition, writes that in the later expedition Ringgold "began to act strangely" once in China, keeping his ships in port "ceaselessly repairing his vessels" ... working on the North Pacific Exploring and Surveying Expedition charts, some of which were later used by the U ...
Fire Service Exploring
... Fire Service Exploring (sometimes referred to as just Fire Exploring or Exploring, while its participants are called "Explorers") is one of the career-oriented programs offered by Learning for Life, a branch of the ...
Caving Equipment
... equipment used by cavers and speleologists to aid and protect them while exploring caves ... Cavers exploring a largely dry system may wear a fleece one-piece undersuit with a protective oversuit while cavers exploring a very wet cave may opt to use wetsuits ...
Cadwalader Ringgold - United States Exploring Expedition
... During 1838–42, he participated in the United States Exploring Expedition in the Pacific, commanding USS Porpoise from 1840 at the invitation of the head of the project ... On August 19, 1841, Ringgold led a 60-man party exploring San Francisco Bay watershed for 20 days ...

Famous quotes containing the word exploring:

    I esteem it the happiness of this country that its settlers, whilst they were exploring their granted and natural rights and determining the power of the magistrate, were united by personal affection. Members of a church before whose searching covenant all rank was abolished, they stood in awe of each other, as religious men.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Memory is not an instrument for exploring the past but its theatre. It is the medium of past experience, as the ground is the medium in which dead cities lie interred.
    Walter Benjamin (1892–1940)

    In my writing I am acting as a map maker, an explorer of psychic areas ... a cosmonaut of inner space, and I see no point in exploring areas that have already been thoroughly surveyed.
    William Burroughs (b. 1914)