How to Think Like a Survivor: A Guide for Wilderness Emergencies
by Tom Watson
A practical handbook for hikers, mountain climbers, campers, and other outdoor enthusiasts explains how to be prepared for any emergency one might encounter, in a guide that offers instructions in essential skills, preparation checklists, and tips on first aid gear, fire kits, compasses, food and water sources, shelters, and signals.
Outdoor Safety Handbook
by Buck Tilton
This handy guide provides no-nonsense information about what to do when something goes wrong in the outdoors--both emergency situations and annoying accidents--in a portable format that's easy to use in the field. Concise instruction explains exactly what to do when faced with outdoor trouble, with an emphasis on taking the best course of action right away.
Serious Survival : How to Poo in the Arctic and Other Essential Tips
by Marshall Corwin
This light-hearted but informative guide offers all the information needed for taking visits to the world's most remote and inhospitable locations. Based on first-hand experiences from veteran adventurers, this is not a list of hypothetical requirements. It's a collection of essential facts and skills that every world traveler must have.
The Encyclopedia of Survival Techniques
by Alexander Stilwell
This survival guide covers the world any terrain, all climates with hundreds of line drawings showing details on making tools and rafts, preserving food, applying first aid, and emerging alive from natural disasters, fires, deserts, shipwrecks, icy mountains, and much more.