© 2019 Mark Neuzil

Articles

"On Canoes, Pine Trees and Volcanoes: The Importance of Observation in Environmental Journalism," by Mark Neužil, Seeing the Woods blog, Rachel Carson Center, Maximilian University, Munich Germany. October 8, 2019

"Restocking Wolves on Island Royale Raises Questions About Which Species Get Rescued," by Mark Neužil and Eric Freedman, The Conversation, October 15, 2018

"The Way of the Canoe," by Mark Neužil, Earth Island Journal, March 1, 2018

"The Surprisingly Interesting History of the Bent-Shaft Paddle," by Mark Neužil, GearJunkie, June 21,2018

"Strange Currents: Canoeing From Communism in the Czech Republic," by Mark Neužil, GearJunkie, February 28, 2018

"A Brief History of the Canoe," by Mark Neužil, Saturday Evening Post, July/August 2017

"Why Canoes are the Quintessential Vehicle For Escape," by Mark Neužil, Zocalo Public Square/Smithsonian, November 21, 2016

"Grasping the Scope of Environmental Crises," by Mark Neužil and Eric Freedman, Central Asian Scholars and Media Initiative/BBC Central Asian Service, April 4, 2016

"Body of Evidence: How the White Pelican Spreads Oil,"

by Mark Neužil, Audubon Magazine, July/August 2015

"The Mantle Sumac," by Mark Neužil, American Forests, Spring/Summer 2013