The Omo River Expedition:

PASQUALE SCATURRO LEADS TWO LIVES. A big, rough-edged, passionate guy with a salty mouth and a Sicilian surname, Scaturro is an exploration geophysicist who travels the world prospecting for oil reserves. This is Scaturro’s soldier-of-fortune persona, a role that has taken him to such dicey locales as the Ogaden, the lawless wasteland between Ethiopia and Somalia, and the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, which he calls “the kidnapping capital of the world.

The Decider, Michael McRae, Outside Magazine

Outside Magazine April 2008 .pdf

Expedition Africa:

New York Daily News May 2009

New York Times May 2009 .pdf

Eiger IMAX:

Denver Post Jan. 2008

Denver Post Jan. 2008 .pdf

Nile First Descent:

Cincinnati Enquirer March 2005 .pdf

Seattle Times Feb. 2005, book review

Seattle Times Feb. 2005, film review

Chicago Sun Times March 2005 .pdf

Denver Post Feb. 2005 .pdf

Mystery of the Nile web site

Raft-swallowing Class V rapids had defeated all previous attempts to run the Blue Nile, but as Jordan Rane reports, it’s hard to say no to history.

Croc and Bandit Bait, Jordan Rane, Los Angeles Times

Rocky Mountain News Sept. 2004 .pdf

PRNewswire April 2004

AAPG Explorer Nov 2004

Playboy Germany May 2004 .pdf

Everest NFB Expedition:

Time Magazine June 2001 .pdf

Farther Than The Eye Can See on Hulu

Farther Than The Eye Can See web site