Publications

Rolling with Sticks, A guide to Greenland kayak rolling.

September 15, 2011

Greenland style rolling can be a relaxing, yoga-like exercise. Rolling is also a tremendously valuable self-rescue technique, and should be the go-to recovery for any serious kayaker. Greenland rolls are steeped in the history of the Inuit people, whose very survival depended upon their ability to roll up and recover while hunting. This unique waterproof book was designed by Christopher Crowhurst to be used afloat. The book is printed on Xerox premium NeverTear water resistant polyester paper. Its spiral binding allows it to be opened up to a specific roll and placed on your kayak’s foredeck under the deck lines. The rolls are divided into four sections; layback, forward finishing, throwing stick and finally hand rolls. Each section is listed in the recommended order to learn the rolls. The rolls get progressively harder as you work through each section. This book contains 25 rolls. Each roll is illustrated with eight diagrams and comprehensive written instructions. Designed to complement the guidebook the DVD covers the 25 rolls in depth. Filmed from many angles including underwater and overhead, this DVD provides a training aid for paddlers looking to expand their rolling repertoire

 

Rat intraocular pressure using a miniaturized pneumatic tonometer.

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, 2001.
 

Pulsatile Ocular Blood Flow: A Population Study of Normals.

Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science, vol. 37, 1997.
 

The Ocular Blood Flow Tonometer: A new instrument for the Measurement of IOP in rabbits.

Experimental Eye Research, vol. 63, 1996.
 

Reliability of Pulsatile Ocular Blood Flow Values in Normal Eyes.

Quantification of Ocular Blood Flow in Glaucoma Workshop, Basle, Switzerland 1996.