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Notes from the field

lenn Singleman was “like a kid in a candy store” when asked to join the team. “They planned to use ‘the most significant vehicle since ’ to visit the deepest point in the five oceans,” he says. “An invitation to join an expedition always means new friendships, new ideas, new places and new experiences in the wilderness.” Having had a long association with Glenn at AG,

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