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Fri Mar 21 17:10:31 2014 UTClccn-n770177650.00Chouinard, Yvon0.230.81Les echanges de produits manufactures entre le Quebec et les provinces canadiennes, 1967-1984 /34577220Yvon_Chouinardn 77017765134179シュイナード, イヴォンlccn-n80149111Starr, Kevinspklccn-n81082111Rodriguez, Richard1944-spklccn-n2008059821Lucas, Cherispklccn-n94023939Balée, Susanspklccn-n81068544Redford, Robertnrtlccn-n78086415London, Jack1876-1916nc-national endowment for the artsNational Endowment for the Artslccn-n2002024812Hodson, Sara S.spklccn-no96061063Institute of Museum and Library Services (U.S.)lccn-n90726421Arts Midwest (Organization : Minneapolis, Minn.)Chouinard, Yvon1938-BiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryPictorial worksHandbooks, manuals, etcFictionChouinard, Yvon,United StatesBusinesspeopleSocial responsibility of businessLondon, Jack,Call of the wild (London, Jack)Environmental responsibilityTompkins, DouglasSouth America--PatagoniaMountaineeringSurfingMountaineersVoyages and travelsSnow and ice climbingSurfersTravelSouth America--Pacific CoastNorth America--Pacific CoastEaster IslandSport clothes industryCaliforniaBusiness enterprises--Environmental aspectsPatagonia, IncGreenlandGlobal environmental changeClimatic changes--Environmental aspectsIceAntarcticaArctic RegionsCanadaRock climbingCalifornia--Yosemite ValleyDenny, GlenMountaineering expeditionsArgentina--Mount Fitz RoyMountains--Difficulty of ascentArgentinaSamivel,Latin AmericaAdventure travelQuébecCommerceDiscoveries in geographyAlaskaAlaska--TalkeetnaAlaska--Alaska RangeAlaska--Denali National Park and PreserveMountaineering--PhilosophyFly fishingFishing lures193819781979198019811986198719951998200020032005200620072008200920102011201220132014333858120658.4083HC102.5ocn212184235ocn725781589ocn847871990ocn847872118ocn847872469ocn847872126ocn847871996ocn847872310ocn847872465ocn847872068ocn847872449ocn8478720807702ocn212184235rcrd20070.12Stone, DanAn introduction to The call of the wild by Jack LondonCriticism, interpretation, etcReadings of excerpts from and critical analysis of Jack London's tale of an unusual dog--part St. Bernard, part Scotch shepherd--that is forcibly taken to the Klondike gold fields where he eventually becomes the leader of a wolf pack48510ocn003543135book19780.28Chouinard, YvonClimbing iceTechniques for climbing on ice and snow. Section on avalanches+-+63571062354456ocn608101639visu20100.18180° southBiographyFollow adventurer Jeff Johnson as he retraces the epic 1968 journey of his heroes Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins to Patagonia. Footage captures the amazing and beautiful mountain ranges and coastline along the west coast of North America, from California to deep Patagonia1643ocn772136139book20120.25Chouinard, YvonThe responsible companyHistoryThe authors share the many ways their company, Patagonia Inc., has striven throughout its forty-year history to be environmentally responsible and the many rewards, financial and otherwise, that the company has reaped as a result1104ocn316035472book20090.28Martin, JamesPlanet ice : a climate for changePictorial works"Planet Ice" documents the beauty and the power of ice and its unique role in revealing the changing condition of the planet. Pairing striking photography with essays by noted writers, this work illuminates the connection between ice and the well-being of the global community+-+70350394061059ocn713183360com20070.70Chouinard, YvonInventory of provincial and territorial housing programs in CanadaThis document presents an inventory of provincial and territorial housing programs effective in April 2006. It was produced on the basis of information coming from the websites of the provincial and territorial authorities responsible for housing in Canada. These authorities were then consulted and asked to help validate the inventory content764ocn319491307book20100.19Chouinard, Yvon180° south : conquerors of the uselessPictorial worksFollows a group of young adventurers as they echo an expedition first made 40 years ago by Yvon Chouinard (founder of Patagonia) and Doug Tompkins (original founder of The North Face). Navigating from California to Chile, with an unplanned stop at Rapa Nui (Easter Island), the modern day adventurers explore the wild coasts and mountains of Patagonia. During their quest to surf and climb, they are exposed to the harmful effects of industry on the environment, as well as the courageous efforts of local people who are trying to preserve the wilderness. Book parallels the film 180° South trip, and tells of the journey with words and images not seen in the film+-+6940154245583ocn123132396book20070.28Denny, GlennYosemite in the sixties : Glen DennyHistoryBiographyPictorial worksThe sheer granite walls of Yosemite Valley galvanized a dedicated group of rock climbers in the 1960s, who saw the nearly holdless, glacier-polished faces as the purest form of challenge. The awesome Half Dome and El Capitan were first climbed in the late 1950s, ushering in a new era of rock climbing later known as the golden age of Yosemite climbing. During this era, the climbers of the sixties developed the techniques, tools, and philosophies that made Yosemite the most influential rock climbing arena in the world. In the spirit of the social changes of the sixties, a small group of committe+-+4540154245363ocn706024900book20110.21Muñoz, MickeyNo bad waves : talking story with Mickey MuñozHistoryBiography<DIV>Mickey Muñoz has been called the?surfer's surfer," and is loved and respected among the cognoscenti for his contributions to surfing and the surfing life for the past 60 years as a surfer, a pioneer of Waimea Bay, a stuntman (stand-in for Gidget), a board shaper and designer, and as a sailor and boatbuilder (America's Cup). Mentored by the Malibu greats of the '40s, and an influence on generations of surfers since, Mickey weaves the story of a California waterman using his own life and that of his friends.</DIV>+-+3527765345314ocn861213875com20130.27Chouinard, YvonClimbing Fitz Roy, 1968 reflections on the lost photos of the third ascentPictorial works"This book features rare, once-thought-lost photos of the 1968 first ascent of the California Route on Cerro Fitz Roy, the third ascent of the mountain. With accompanying retrospective essays. Climbing Fitz Roy, 1968, presents photo documentation of the climb, places it in the social and climbing context of the times, and reflects how this momentous trip influenced the lives of those involved, and in a greater context, the lives of so many others."--Amazon.com182ocn492205768book20100.33Chouinard, YvonLass die Mitarbeiter surfen gehen! : die Erfolgsgeschichte eines eigenwilligen Unternehmers+-+1605633138324151ocn866826858book20130.47Chouinard, YvonUn business responsable : les leçons tirées des 40 ans d'expérience de Patagonia142ocn024623204book19860.32SamivelThe summits of Samivel132ocn299401821book19870.81Chouinard, YvonLes echanges de produits manufactures entre le Quebec et les provinces canadiennes, 1967-1984123ocn074504024book19810.47Chouinard, YvonEiskletternEisklettern, Geschichte, Klettertechnik, Seiltechnik, Lawinenkunde, Ausrüstung, Schnee, Gehen121ocn869094822file20140.47Chouinard, YvonBooks That Change LivesA sampling of titles available from Patagonia Books. Patagonia Books is intended as a way to advance our love of books as well as nature and a reflective life. We publish a select number of titles on wilderness, wildlife, and outdoor sports that inspire and restore connection to the natural world. We also present books that raise awareness about not only the environmental challenges our world faces, but suggest ways that we can work together to slow the disintegration of our planet. This includes immediate activities, such as strategies to reduce our carbon footprint, as well as more in-d94ocn757297242book20070.37Chouinard, YvonHomme d'affaires malgré moi : confessions d'un alter-entrepreneurBiography82ocn466353447rcrd20070.10Stone, DanAn introduction to The call of the wild by Jack London audio guideCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionReadings of excerpts from and critical analysis of Jack London's tale of an unusual dog--part St. Bernard, part Scotch shepherd--that is forcibly taken to the Klondike gold fields where he eventually becomes the leader of a wolf pack41ocn701240197visu20090.28Mountain of storms"In the summer of 1968 three men -- climber and surfer Yvon Chouinard, climber and skier Doug Tompkins, and champion skier Dick Dorworth -- set off from California in an old van to surf, ski and climb their way down to the southern end of Argentina where they met up with a young British climber, Chris Jones. Their goal was to climb a mountain that had been climbed only twice before: Cerro Fitz Roy."--Container42ocn858895849book20140.10Chouinard, YvonSimple fly fishing : techniques for tenkara and rod & reelHandbooks, manuals, etcModern-day fly fishing, like much in life, has become exceedingly complex, with high-tech gear, a confusing array of flies and terminal tackle, accompanied by high-priced fishing guides. This book reveals that the best way to catch trout is simply, with a rod and a fly and not much else. It teaches the reader how to discover where the fish are, at what depth, and what they are feeeding on. Then it describes the techniques needed to present a fly at that depth, make it look lifelike, and hook the fish. In chapters on wet flies, nymphs, and dry flies, its authors employ both the tenkara rod as well as regular fly fishing gear to cover all the bases. With paintings by renowned artist James Prosek, technical illustrations, and inspiring photographs and stories throughout, Simple Fly Fishing reveals the secrets and the soul of this captivating sport.--Publisher8574ocn059712424book20050.23Chouinard, YvonLet my people go surfing : the education of a reluctant businessmanBiographyPatagonia, Inc. is one of the earth's most interesting and inspiring companies. For almost forty years, its reputation for high quality, maverick innovation, and long-term environmental responsibility has put it in a class by itself. And everything flows from Patagonia's founder, Yvon Chouinard, whose creation myth is now an American business legend. Here, Yvon Chouinard relates his and his company's story and the core philosophies that have sustained Patagonia, Inc. year in and year out. This is not another story of a successful businessman who manages on the side to do great good and have grand adventures; it's the story of a man who brought doing good and having grand adventures into the heart of his business model--and who enjoyed even more business success as a result.--From publisher description+-+1725579406263ocn300138684book20060.37Chouinard, YvonHomme d'affaires malgré moi : confessions d'un alter-entrepreneurBiography41ocn244767907book20080.47Chouinard, YvonRen xing chuang ye fa ze : di yi tiao : yuan gong ke yi sui shi qiao ban qu chong langBiography21ocn865335692visu20100.18180° southBiographyFollows adventurer Jeff Johnson as he sets out to retrace the 1968 journey of Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins to Patagonia11ocn309459937rcrd20000.47Denkewalter, PaulPaul Denkewalter is interviewed by Dave Krupa in Anchorage, Alaska on July 6, 2000 [sound recording]Personal narrativesPaul Denkewalter talks about background information and how he and his family ended up in Alaska, mood, character, and circumstances of his first Denali trip with his father, early concessionaires and the style and equipment used, his awe of Denali and the ease of the first trip, learning about physiological conditions at high altitude and his first job in Alaska, starting a climbing store and getting into winter climbing with his friends, climbing Mt. Hunter in the winter using the Lowe-Kennedy route and rudimentary equipment, summiting Mt. Hunter in the winter, winter attempt to climb the Moose's Tooth to the West Summit in very cold conditions, digging a tunnel in the ridge for protection and learning to deal with winter climbing conditions, his experience with Bunny Boots and meeting Reinhold Messner, his experiences with frostbite, group dynamics, and decision making, climbing with lesser experienced climbers and coordinating winter climbs, his preference for down over synthetic materials, the most important component of climbing relationships is trust, the use of an individual's ability and a discouraging attempt of Mt. Huntington, great climbs in Alaska other than Denali, the rock condition on the Ruth Glacier and Little Switzerland, the end of his climbing career and the improvement in tools for ice climbing, necessity facilitating new inventions in gear and climber's dependability on equipment, his philosophy of looking to the examples of pure climbers and explorers, the different reasons that people are involved in climbing, people's excitement for climbing and the meaninglessness of first ascents, the physical and emotional risks of climbing, dealing with death in the climbing community of Anchorage, people's true motivations behind backcountry travel and the use of long distance communication equipment, the impact of the possibility of rescue on the sport of climbing, and living in Alaska11ocn707937955book20100.47Yvon Chouinard : Patagonia (clothing), Tenkara, Fortune Magazine, Squawk on the Street, Royal Robbins, Tom FrostBiography+-+973164586132411ocn309456657rcrd20000.47Sinclair, PetePete (Leon R.) Sinclair is interviewed by Dave Krupa on May 8, 2000 in Seattle, WashingtonPersonal narrativesLeon R. "Pete" Sinclair is interviewed by Dave Krupa on May 8, 2000 in Seattle, Washington. Sinclair discusses his background and growing up and moving around during the Depression; hiking in New Hampshire's White Mountains and getting into rock climbing in college; meeting friends in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and planting seeds for a Denali expedition; routes up Denali, saving money, and preparations for the climb; getting a permit and a physical to drive to Alaska; what climbing has become today and the drive to Talkeetna; flying with Don Sheldon and his expression "waiting for parts"; Sheldon relaying in the team; some problems due to change in altitude and the beginning of the climb; inital climb obstacles; inspecting routes and deciding whether to turn back; climbing on steep, hard snow, and his first time using crampons; the decision to move on and the view from Balcony Camp; reaching the summit and beginning the descent; searching for and eventually finding a buried cache and descending in white-out conditions; crossing the glacier and group dynamics; coming face to face with a huge crevasse, Don Sheldon's arrival, and the story of Jake Breitenbach nearly getting strangled; Breitenbach's innovative equipment and the team's "chemistry"; what holds a team together and what can split it up; dealing with fear as things get rough and being aware that there is no backup plan; finding a famous photographer and showing him Alaska; climbing as an inspiration for writing and the works of Tilman and Shipton; becoming a professional climber and its disadvantages; his interest in philosophy and literature and his decision to teach; sending a manuscript to the New Yorker and the reception of his writing; the changing attitude toward publicity and fame in climbing; the problem of overcrowding on Denali and the resiliency of the mountain; the attitude of rescuers and skills of older and younger rescuers; an exceptional moment in his climbing career; and the role of intiution in risk taking11ocn309459766rcrd20000.47Donini, JimJim Donini is interviewed by Dave Krupa in Talkeetna, Alaska on June 30, 2000Personal narrativesJim talks about his introduction to climbing, climbing in the Tetons and the evolution of tools and technology, the negative effect that guiding can have on a climber, climbing Cerro Torre in Patagonia, his first climb in Alaska and realizing the potential for first ascents and world class climbing in the Alaska Range, the Diamond Arete climb on Mt. Hunter, the mentality to keep pushing and the epic trip on the Northeast Spur of Mt. Hunter, Malcolm Daly's fall on the Thunder Mountain climb, making decisions and dealing with adverse situations, why he only climbs with one partner and what he looks for in a climbing partner, climbing partner qualities and what he looks for in selecting a route or peak to climb, uniqueness of the Alaska Range and comparison to Patagonia, selecting technical routes and climbing the Cobra Pillar on Mount Barrille, the route on Mt. Bradley and locating future climbs from the summit, more on the Thunder Mountain climb and accident and transferring gym skills to the mountain, handling unexpected challenges while on a climb, decision making with a climbing partner, making decisions to turn back on Cerro Torre and in the Karakoram, the difficulty of preparing for Himalayan climbs versus those in Alaska, seasonal climbing and the impact that evolution in technology and technique have had in the climbing world, feelings about the South Col route on Everest, the West Buttress on Denali, and the people who attempt those routes, the seven summits vs. the seven "real" summits -- the most difficult peak on each continent to get on top of, how he has been able to continue climbing at such a high standard into his mid-50's and climbing as a lifestyle rather than a sport or hobby, plans to write articles and his opinions about the use of technology to overcome difficulty, how technology can lower a climber's level of commitment and give a false sense of security, and remembering climbing friends that have passed away, the risk of alpine climbing and the optimism of Malcolm Daly, and the inspiring story of Malcolm Daly stranded on a ledge, waiting for the rescue11ocn309456826rcrd20000.47Covington, MichaelMichael Covington is interviewed by Dave Krupa on June 9, 2000 in Talkeetna, AlaskaBiographyPersonal narrativesMichael Covington is interviewed by Dave Krupa on June 9, 2000 in Talkeetna, Alaska. Covington discusses his background; his climbing history and career as a rock and roll musician; the beginnings of Fantasy Ridge and professional guiding; his intent in opening Fantasy Ridge; his climbing related travel and expeditions; the evolution of his guiding career; changes in professional guiding; his dislikes of commercial guiding; a memorable climb up the Cassin Ridge; the descent from Cassin Ridge; guiding a group of inexperienced climbers up the West Rib; a difficult climb on which a client developed pulmonary edema and Michael nearly fell to his death; treating the ill client and getting him off the mountain; issues in guiding today and the importance of uncertainty and adventure in climbing; a number of climbs on the Ruth Glacier; attempting to climb the West Face of Mount Huntington; his attraction to and concerns for the community of Talkeetna; some of his memorable relationships; how Park Service changes have affected the sport of climbing; the changing climbing clientele; how changes have affected his guiding; other climbs he would like to try and friends and former guides he would like to climb with again; and problems with climbing today11ocn309459884rcrd20000.47Twight, MarkMark Twight talks with Dave Krupa in Talkeetna, Alaska on July 1, 2000Personal narrativesMark Twight talks about growing up with a father who was a park ranger, how and where he learned his climbing techniques and tastes, his first Alaskan climbing experiences, an explanation of his philosophy of extreme alpinism, planning an alpine ascent up the Czech Direct Route on Denali, his "light, fast" trip up Denali and acclimatizing, preliminary logistical preparation for the Czech Direct route, physical and mental preparation for the climb and an unexpected rescue, the psychological benefits of the rescue effort for Twight's team, weather and fuel considerations, the effect of biorythms during a non-stop climb and the benefits of a three person team, sleeping on belay and choosing the wrong direction, the process of deciding which direction to choose, the psychological effects of climbing for so long, the psychological considerations of climbing in the Alaska Range, the trade-offs of climbing in the Alaska Range, choosing a route for a light- fast climb just to the right of the Moonflower route, the selection of climbing tactics appropriate to the terrain at hand, his objection to the arbitrary choice of the summit as the goal of a climb, the feeling of trust he had with his climbing partner, and being greeted by friends at the end of a long journey11ocn045952780art1998Chouinard, Yvon11ocn309460265rcrd20000.47McRae, IIan McRae is interviewed by Dave Krupa in Fairbanks, Alaska on August 19, 2000Personal narrativesIan McRae talks about getting into climbing at a young age in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, deciding to stop playing soccer and go climbing in the High Sierras, learning to climb in the California mountains, his first trip to Alaska trying to climb Mt. Foraker, attempting the West Buttress instead of Mt. Foraker, meeting Randy Waitman who was planning a climb of Mt. Kimble, flying into the glacier on the approach to Mt. Kimble, perfect conditions on the winter climb of Mt. Kimble, the long ski out down the Canwell Glacier, finding a cabin at the bottom of the Chistochina, the earthquake on the Mt. Foraker trip, being woken up by the rumbling of an earthquake, the geese flying the wrong direction after the earthquake, halting a spring climb in the Talkeetna Mountains, conclusions of the raven story and introducing McGinnis Peak, approaching McGinnis Peak and finding a huge ice cavern, being in the ice cavern on McGinnis Peak and going back a second time, being buried in the high cave on McGinnis Peak, motivating to get out of the cave, spending four days in the ice cave on McGinnis Peak, finding spirituality in the cave and the weather clearing on the fifth day, recovering from the fall and down climbing back to the cave, the missing skis in the Valley of Death, the crevasse fall and the avalanche in the Valley of Death, commentary on rescues, the organization of a rescue, writing as his mentor and relationships with the mountains, philosophical discussion on writing and contributing, the evolution of humans, the progression of climbing with age, and the lessons from climbing applying to real life and his mentor Tom Walter+-+6357106235+-+6357106235Fri Mar 21 16:05:59 EDT 2014batch33242