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Name  Gary Braasch

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Gary Braasch (1944 – March 7, 2016) was an environmental photographer and writer for nature and biodiversity across the globe. Braasch was born in Omaha, Nebraska and made his home in Oregon.

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Work

Gary Braasch Witness To Climate Change Remembering Portland Photographer Gary

Gary Braasch has been photographing for over 40 years and has been published by Time, LIFE, New York Times Magazine, Discover, and many more. Braasch has also won the 2006 Ansel Adams Award from the Sierra Club and the Outstanding Nature Photographer citation from the North American Nature Photography Association. He died at the age of 72 while snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef on March 7, 2016.

Publication

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Gary Braasch's work has been published many times involving environmental awareness across several magazines and publishers.

Gary Braasch Environmental Photography impact pictures nature photos

  • Antarctic Seabird Research (International Wildlife)
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park Biodiversity (Audubon)
  • The Threat of Oil Drilling in Alaska's Arctic (BBC Wildlife)
  • Tropical Forest Studies in Peru (The Nature Conservancy)
  • Anaconda Research in Venezuela (Smithsonian)
  • Honeybees and Native Pollinators (Natural History)
  • Endangered Wood Stork Nesting in the Everglades (Audubon)
  • Rare Plant Rescue in Hawaii (Smithsonian and Discover)
  • Climate Change in Florida and Alaska (Natural Resources Defense Council)

  • Gary Braasch In Memory of Gary Braasch Helping the World See Climate Change By

    References

    Gary Braasch Wikipedia