Encyclopedia of survival in nature

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1. survival in different environmental conditions
1.1. MAN UNDER autonomous existence
1.2. Survival at sea
1.2.1. Water
1.2.2. Food
1.2.3. Signs of land
1.2.4. Using a rubber raft
1.2.5. Signals
1.2.6. Seamanship
1.3. Jungle survival
1.3.1. Movement
1.3.2. Shelter
1.3.3. Water
1.3.4. Food
1.3.5. Clothing
1.3.6. Health
1.4. SURVIVAL IN THE DESERT
1.4.1. Movement
1.4.2. Shelter
1.4.3. Water
1.4.4. Food
1.4.5. Breeding fire
1.4.6. Clothing
1.4.7. Dehydration
1.5. SURVIVAL IN COLD AREAS
1.5.1. Climate and weather
1.5.2. Movement
1.5.3. Shelter
1.5.4. Water
1.5.5. Food
1.5.6. Bonfire
1.5.7. Clothing
1.5.8. Health
1.6. Survival in TAIGA
2. HEALTH AND HYGIENE
2.1. Ways of helping
2.2. HAZARD
2.2.1. Biological hazards
2.2.2. The lowest form of biological hazards
2.2.3. Poisonous snakes and lizards
2.2.4. Dangerous and poisonous sea animals
2.2.5. Dangers from the mammalian
2.2.6. Noxious plants
2.2.7. Radioactive area
3. a fire and cooking
3.1. Fuel, tinder and Designated fire
3.2. A fire without matches
3.3. Fire cooking
4. CLOTHING, SHOES AND EQUIPMENT
4.1. Accouterments
4.2. Bedding
4.3. The main types of backpacks
4.4. Kitchenware
4.5. Fixtures
4.6. First aid kit: hiking equipment
5. POWER and water supply
5.1. Water supply
5.1.1. Finding sources of water
5.1.2. Water purification
5.1.3. Recommendations for drinking regime
5.1.4. The dangers in the use of non-potable water
5.2. POWER
5.2.1. Using nutritional plant resources
5.2.2. Using nutritional fungi
5.2.3. Cooking food
5.2.4. Recommendations for the storage and procurement of products
6. The weather prediction
7. EQUIPMENT shelter from bad weather
8. distress signals

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