Otras publicaciones



"Antropología Dental de los Indios Soto (Yekwana)"

Imprenta Grafos C.A., pp. 118, 51 fotografías

Caracas,  1964,  15 cm x 22 cm x 1,5 cm

    The first South American  book on Dental Anthropology. Describes the dentition characteristics of the Ye´kwana  (Makiritare or Soto) Indians that live in the Erebato river basin at the Bolívar State, Venezuela.

BREWER-CARIAS, Charles (1972)

"Observaciones sobre el nicho ecológico de Heliamphora Planta Carnívora del Cerro de La Neblina". Natura Nº 48-49 pp.4-7.   Caracas, 1972.


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles. (1972) 

"Cerro Autana, Elite descubre otra maravilla del Mundo" (Cerro Autana, ELITE mag. discovers another wonder of the world). Revista Elite #2.457. pp. 36-43. 27 de Octubre de 1972, Caracas.


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles. (1973). 

"Las Cuevas del Cerro Autana" (The Caves from Cerro Autana) , Diario El Nacional. Suplemento Séptimo Día p. 5. Caracas, 25 de 1973.


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles  (1973)

 "Mesetas de Jaua, Guanacoco y Sarisariñama" (Jaua, Guanacoco and Sarisariñama Plateaus) 32p. Separata del Boletín de la Sociedad Venezolana de Ciencias Naturales. Tomo XXX, Nº 127


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles (1973) "Plantas carnívoras del Cerro de La Neblina.  Estudio y fotografías sobre tres mecanismos de trampas" Revista Defensa de la Naturaleza, Nº 6;  pp.17-26 Caracas.


Brewer-Carías, Charles. (1973)  "Plantas Carnívoras del Cerro de La Neblina" Revista Dinners  Nº 44, p. 18-20 Caracas.  (14 fotografías)


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles (1974)

 "En Busca de los Origenes, relato libre de ciertos procesos observados en algunas Islas del Tiempo" (Searching for the Origins, free talks about some processes observed  at some Islands in Time) Revista El Farol, La Calidad de la Vida-1 pp 18-23 and 8p of pictures. Creole Petroleum Corporation, Caracas.


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles  (1974)

"Expedición Científica al Alto Caura" (Scientific Expedition up to the High Caura river) Revista RESUMEN  # 17,  Vol II, : 33-36. Caracas, 3 de Marzo de 1974.  Encarte en pag. centrales  12 fotos Color.



"La Vegetación de la cima del Macizo de Jaua"

Boletín de la Sociedad Venezolana de Ciencias Naturales, Tomo XXII, Nº 132-133; pp. 181-405, Caracas.


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles (1976)

"Las Simas de Sarisariñama"

Boletín de la Sociedad Venezolana de Ciencias Naturales, Tomo XXII, Nº 132-133; pp. 549-625.   Caracas.


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles (1976)

"Cuevas del Cerro Autana"

Natura, Revista de la Sociedad de Ciencias Naturales La Salle, Nº 58, pp. 33-48.   Caracas.


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles (1976)

"Genetic Structure of a tribal Population, The Yanomama Indians"

Dental Microdiferentiation, American Journal of Physical Anthropology.  Vol.44 (Nº 1), pp. 5-14, U.S.A.


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles and Julian A. STEYERMARK (1976)

"Hallucinogenic snuff drugs of the Yanomama Caburiwe-teri in the Cauaburi River, Brazil"  Economic Botany, Vol. 30  (Nº 1) pp. 57-66, U.S.A. 1976



"Plaque, caries, periodental diseases and acculturation among Yanomamo Indians, Venezuela" Community Dental Oral Epidemiology, Vol. 5, pp. 30-39 U.S.A.  1977. 



Brewer-Carías, Charles. (1978)  Plantas Carnivoras (Heliamphora, Drosera y Utricularia) en "La Vegetación del Mundo Perdido" pp.194-223. Cromotip, 248p. Caracas.


BREWER-CARIAS, Charles (1990)

"With Bassett Maguire on the Islands of Time"

Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden 64: 34-44, Dec 1990.



Editorial Arte, pp.220,  142 fotografías

Caracas, 1975  y  1978.

   This is a Book about Venezuela’s seven natural regions, showing the environment, the animals, the plants and the people that live in them. Seven authors describe these regions, illustrated with Brewer color photographs. Edition in English and Spanish.


"Las Simas de Sarisariñama y su Vegetación"

Boletín Extraordinario de la Sociedad Venezolana de Ciencias Naturales  (Nos. 132-133)

Reeditado por Editorial Sucre, pp. 301 15 cm x 22 cm x 1,5 cm

Caracas,  1976

      This book  is co-edited with  the botanist Julian Steyermark. It describes the vegetation of the most voluminous sinkholes on earth. This sinkhole  or “Sima”, occurs in the top of a Sandstone mountain at 1.800 meters high. Is presented as a separate edition from the original edition.


"Roraima, The Crystal Mountain" ( english ed.)

Editorial Arte, pp. 157, 126 all color photographs and maps

22 cm x 29,5 cm x 2 cm in Glace paper 150 gr x m2

Caracas,  1978 

ISBN 980-265-874-X

                            This book has a personal narrative  and photographs about the exploration of Mount Roraima in three expeditions 1976-1978. This is a plateau mountain of sandstone 2850 meters high, that is on the border of Venezuela Brasil  and Guyana. The pictures are in color to show the labyrinths, the pit, the  unique vegetation described by the first explorers in 1884 and the crystal valley.


"La Vegetación del Mundo Perdido" or “The Lost World of Venezuela and its  Vegetation” ( Engl. Ed.)

Edited by Fundación Mendoza, pp. 248,  167 all color photographs and  B&W maps.

22 cm x 29,5 cm x 2 cm in Glace paper 150 gr x m2 Caracas  1978 ( and  another edition on Sep, 1986). Awarded as “The most beautiful book in color” by the Venezuelan National Library  in  29.07.79.


This books describes the vegetation discovered on the surface of five sandstone “tepuis” mountains. Illustrated with color pictures.



Editorial  Arte, pp. 228, 200 all color photographs and  B&W maps

22 cm x 29,5 cm x 2 cm in Glace paper 150 gr x m2

Caracas,  1983

This book describes the discovery and exploration and descent to the most voluminous sinkholes on earth, it’s plant life and also includes as appendix, David Nott’s novel about the expedition. “ Into the Lost World”. In Spanish.


"CERRO DE LA NEBLINA, Resultados de la Expedición"

Charles Brewer-Carías , Editor., pp. 922,  b & W  photographs, drawings  and  maps.

22 cm x 29,5 cm x 4,5 cm in Glace paper 70 gr x m2

Caracas,  1988

This book describes the geography of the area, and supplies an account and environment at the 12 camps mounted during the expedition. Maps, SLAR images and photographs are used to pinpoint the camp places for their future location. Also a collection of reprints from the results and many of the original camp notes of the scientists that participated in the exploration of this mountain are printed.


"La Sierra de  Lema“

A Book sponsored by the Won-ken Foundation  as part of "Ricardo´s World" Series. Editorial  Arte, pp. 228, 200 all color photographs in 22 cm x 20 cm format (In Spanish). Caracas, Oct.  2007.


This book describes the biogeography and shows with photographs the biodiversity at a mountain range that is still very poorly collected.

BREWER-CARIAS, Charles and Marek Audy (2011)

"Entrañas del Mundo Perdido"

About the search and discovery of the largest quartzcite caves in the world on the Chimantá massif. Guayana highlands. Venezuela. 291 p. 500 pictures. Ed. By Charles Brewer. Printed by Altolitho. Caracas.  ISBN 980124763-0.


"Desnudo en la Selva, Supervivencia y Subsistencia"

Caracas, 2013

 Publicado por el Banco Exterior, Impreso por Altolitho, Caracas. 220 p. y 500 fotografías.  ISBN: 978-980127088-1