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Reference sh In —79 she rowed for Corpus Christi College, Oxford , the first year the college had fielded a ladies eight , when they won three "bumps" in Eights Week. In she took the sport up again at Cambridge, rowing in various races on the River Cam and at Eton Dorney.

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Wilson-Howarth spent six months on an overland trip to the Himalayan region; this was with a small team intent on finding new caves in Pakistan, India and Nepal and documenting what lived inside them. While an undergraduate at Southampton she was involved in further expeditions — to Madagascar [12] [13] and leading a team of eleven Peru.

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The first Madagascar expedition led to a second, and this work contributed to the Ankarana Massif's recognition as an important refuge for mammals including the endangered crowned lemur , Sanford's brown lemur , [16] [17] as well as smaller wildlife [18] and a previously unknown blind fish. Wilson-Howarth's writing almost invariably has a travel theme. Her first book when she wrote as Jane Wilson , Lemurs of the Lost World , , is about expeditions to Madagascar and was described as the finest travel book thus far written about Madagascar by Dervla Murphy in the Times Literary Supplement.

Your Child Abroad: a travel health guide is a family manual written in collaboration with paediatrician Dr Matthew Ellis. A Glimpse of Eternal Snows is a poignant travel memoir [26] [27] set in Cambridge and Nepal ; it has received praise in the press; [28] a second edition was published in the UK in October and in North America in February A third edition was launched in India in Her first novel Snowfed Waters was self-published early in and was picked up and launched in February in the Indian subcontinent by the Delhi-based publisher Speaking Tiger.

Wilson-Howarth has contributed at literary festivals. Wilson-Howarth contributed "Kathmandu" to a poetry anthology [31] and several of her pieces on travel and writing are in prose collections. She has occasionally contributed to The Independent newspaper and other national publications. She often gives talks and readings especially in East Anglia. Wilson-Howarth is active in the Walden Writers cooperative, set up in Saffron Walden , Essex, by authors Amy Corzine and Martyn Everett in , to cross-promote the work of its members, organise literary events, publish a magazine [42] [43] [44] and exchange information and support.

She has also been interviewed live for radio programmes broadcast in the US, Canada, South Africa, Australia, Ireland and innumerable local radio stations. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Jane Wilson-Howarth. The little propeller-driven plane droned along the line of the great Himalaya. The middle hills beneath us looked like a frozen, fathomless, choppy sea.

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Tossed as we were by turbulence and updrafts, we seemed as helpless and insignificant as a lost housefly buzzing over a threatening, deep-green ocean. Sometimes perhaps a short life and a happy one is better than anything we doctors can offer. A Glimpse of Eternal Snows is the proverbial life-changing book.

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Retrieved 3 February XXIX : 1—3. Retrieved 17 October Wilson Folia Primatologica. Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. Biological Conservation. Palacios-Vargas; Jane Wilson