National Geographic - January 2000

SPECIAL MILLENNIUM ISSUE

Celebrations of Earth and Beyond (From the mist-wreathed Chinese mountains to the wind-scoured Saudi desert, a gallery of photographs captures some of the most striking vistas of our planet as we begin the year 2000.)

Life Beyond Earth (What’s out there? Astronomers have searched for signs of extraterrestrial life for centuries. They have yet to find an alien microbe, much less intelligent life, but the eyes of science are seeing father than ever before.)

Rediscovering America (A British-born author and a Polish photographer travel across the United States , each for a second time, in search of hope, harmony, and their own American dream.)

Tibet Embraces the New Year (In a sacred and festive celebration each winter, Tibetan Buddhists perform rituals to secure prosperity for the months ahead.)

The Enigma of Beauty (We humans care passionately about how we look. Throughout history and in every part of the world we have primped, preened, posed, and sometimes put our health on the line, all for an ideal no one can truly define.)

Light in the Deep (For a quarter century David Doubilet has delved beneath the ocean’s surface to astonish us with illuminating images of this dark realm.)  

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National Geographic -  February 2000

 

Black Dragon River (A narrow ribbon of water separates two worlds that could hardly be more different: an impoverished corner of Russia and China ’s economically energized Heilongjiang Province .)

 

The Rise of Life on Earth (Forty-nine million years ago dinosaurs were long extinct and mammals on the ascent. Species of that time have been remarkably preserved in a mine pit as Messel , Germany .)

 

Albanians: A People Undone (Scattered from the Balkans to the Bronx , Albanians hold fast to what they have left, an impoverished Eastern European homeland and deep ethnic pride.)

 

Eyewitness Kosovo (During the grim months before NATO intervened in Kosovo, a French photographer witnessed the anguish and upheaval of the Balkans’ recurring bloodbath.)

 

Central Africa’s Orphan Gorillas (In Congo and Gabon dedicated workers evaded civil war to nurture, socialize, and ultimately release western lowland gorillas back into the wild.)

 

Selma to Montgomery (A 1965 protest march from a small Alabama city to the state capital sparked Congress to ensure protection of black Americans’ right to vote.)

 

Ancient Greece (Elegant proportions and riotous color, tragedy and comedy, democracy and slavery: The roots and realities of the Classical Age belie our assumptions in the second of a three-part series.) 

 

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National Geographic - March 2000

 

Madidi National Park (Champions of Bolivia’s new national park hope ecotourism will preserve this extraordinarily diverse corner of the Amazon, but a hydroelectric dam could jeopardize its future.)

 

Bugging Out (A photographer’s dream can also be his worst nightmare. Join Joel Sartore in Madidi as he waits for killer swine, digs burrowing maggots from his flesh, and sleeps with bats and sweat bees.)

 

Arctic Submarine (Beneath the icy surface of the Arctic Ocean, scientists aboard a Navy submarine map uncharted waters and gather clues about Earth’s changing climate.)

 

Ancient Greece III (After Alexander the Great’s 12-year campaign of slaughter and conquest his Greek language and culture linked kingdoms from Egypt to the Indus Valley for three centuries.)

 

Hard Rock Legacy (Gold, silver, and other hardrock mining contributed a colorful page to the history of the American West. Tainted by past blunders, the modern-day industry struggles to reconcile high stakes economics with sound environmental practices.)

 

Stone Cold Ascent (In the wicked Patagonian winter four men scale the sheer west face of Cerro Torre, a rare and dangerous first in the world of rock climbing.)

 

Beijing (Bolstered by foreign investment, Beijing ’s booming economy is transforming the cityscape of China ’s ancient Capital as well as the lifestyle and expectations of its inhabitants.)

 

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National Geographic - April 2000

 

Great White Sharks (The unmistakable jaws of the great white have long been synonymous with terror. Researchers are now discovering the vulnerable side of this magnificent predator.)

 

Yemen (A young republic in a medieval cloak, Yemen is a world of contradictions where veiled women have the vote and tribesmen carry daggers and cell phones.)

 

Chiquibul Cave (Exhilaration and disappointment accompany divers as they explore submerged passages thought to link segments of a 60-mile-long cave complex on the Belize-Guatemala border.)

 

Update From the Field (Our research grantees roam the world, calculating the height of Mount Everest or studying Fiji ’s coral reefs. Their work is often difficult and sometimes dangerous, but it’s always an adventure.)

 

San Pedro River (An oasis for desert animals and migrating birds, San Pedro’s waters are under siege by thirsty Arizona communities.)

 

Nature’s Rx (Where Western medicine hasn’t been an option, and today even where it is, millions turn to traditional therapies to cure their ills. Do natural remedies really work, and can science unlock their secrets?)

 

Duck-billed Platypus (A bizarre and elusive creature that once swam with dinosaurs now inhabits the waterways of Melbourne . Increasingly, its future rests in the hands of Australia ’s urban residents.)  

 

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National Geographic - May 2000

 

In Search of Vikings (Viking seafarers – raiders, traders, craftsmen – burst from Scandinavia in the eighth century, carrying their freewheeling pagan ways from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to the Aral Sea)

 

Mystery Ships From a Danish Bog (Sleek, oar-powered vessels teach archaeologists about Scandinavian raiders who were pillaging coastal towns 450 years before the Viking age began.)

 

Queen of the African Sky (In 1920 two pioneering aviators completed the first aerial journey from England to the southern tip of Africa . Modern adventurers attempt to reenact this deed of derring-do.)

 

New Caledonia (The Pacific isles of New Caledonia make their mark on the world with a wealth of plant species found nowhere else.)

 

Dawn of Humans (Exploring the hills close to home, not far from Johannesburg , South African geologist Andre Keyser made the find of his career – Drimolen, among the richest hominid sites in Africa .)

 

Ants and Plants (Tropical “ant plants” recruit armies of loyal insect defenders by providing tasty rations and barracks fit for a queen.)

 

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse (This Outer Banks beacon shines again after a half-mile retreat from the advancing Atlantic surf.)

 

Mount St. Helens (Herds of elk now flow past stands of alder 20 years after eruptions ravaged 230 square miles of the Pacific Northwest .)

 

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National Geographic - June 2000

 

London ( Britain ’s capital city has shed its staid reputation. Newly enlivened by hot culture and cold cash, London is redefining itself as a global trendsetter.)

 

Debut Sue (The largest Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered has found new stomping grounds at Chicago ’s Field Museum .)

 

Suriname (Can local knowledge of medicinal plants protect the South American rain forest and bolster this young nation’s economy?)

 

Sierra Madre Pilgrimage (In a 1,300-mile journey through the mountains of Mexico , the author pursues the past – his own and that of an enigmatic 19th century Norwegian explorer.)

 

Jelly Bellies (The beauty of these drifting predators may surprise those who know jellyfish only as a bane of the beach.)

 

In Focus: Golan Heights (Since 1948 this small patch of land overlooking the Jordan River has been a source of contention between Israel and Syria . Now it may be the bargaining chip that finally brings them peace.)

 

Indus Civilization (Archaeologists unearth clues to ancient cities – long disappeared – that once flourished in the Indus Valley of Pakistan and northwestern India .)

 

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National Geographic - July 2000

 

Australia : A Harsh Awakening (The first European settlers wanted this island continent’s bizarre landscape to look more like home. Now barren fields of salt and dwindling marsupial populations have Australians wrangling over how to repair damage done to their unique environment.)

 

Wrath of the Gods: Earthquake in Turkey – A History Forged by Disaster (Last year two massive quakes tore through Turkey , killing tens of thousands and leaving many more homeless. The relentless tectonic forces that have rocked the region for millennia nurtured myths of Poseidon and tales of Troy and may explain why Noah had to build an ark.)

 

The Samoan Way (A tropical paradise in a remote corner of the Pacific Ocean, American Samoa is home to a new U.S. national park that aims to protect the islands’ rain forests, coral reefs, and traditional Samoan culture.)

 

People Like Us (When did humans begin to create art, practice rituals, develop sophisticated hunting strategies? Anthropologists have long associated the advent of the “modern” mind with the Cro-Magnons, who arrived in Europe some 40,000 years ago, but recent evidence suggests that the transition may have happened thousands of years earlier.)

 

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National Geographic - August 2000

 

Special Tear-out Map: Sydney Olympics

 

Sydney (When the Summer Olympics turn the spotlight on Sydney , Australia ’s host city will reach for the gold in presentation, originality, and unpretentious gusto for life.)

 

People of Heaven (Scarred by apartheid and ensnared in bloody conflict, the Zulus, South Africa’s most populous ethnic group, seek hope for the future by taking pride in tradition.)

 

Monsters of Madagascar (Pug-nosed herbivorous crocodiles, flesh-eating birds, and what may be the oldest dinosaurs ever found enrich the fossil record of Mesozoic creatures.)

 

Fungi (Nature’s recyclers, these ubiquitous organisms both nourish and destroy life by living on plants, animals, and even us.)

 

Phips’s Fleet (Retreating from a failed attack on Quebec in 1690, Sir William Phips lost at least one of his ships in the St. Lawrence River . Its discovery sheds new light on everyday life in the American Colonies.)

 

The Temples of Angkor (Preservationists in Cambodia struggle to keep Angkor ’s sacred temples intact while looters threaten to erase the few remaining traces of the ancient Khmer Empire.)

 

Big Sur (Along 90 miles of California coastline, Big Sur rises in a spectacular meeting of pounding sea and stark wilderness. In this rugged sanctuary nature is as unforgiving as it is beautiful.)

 

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National Geographic - September 2000

 

The Unbeatable Body (Relentlessly pushing body and mind, athletes probe the limits of human performance.)

 

The Way West (The California Trail) (Dreaming of land and gold, wagon train pioneers blazed a 2,000-mile trail from Missouri to California .)

 

Lost Tombs of Peru (An expert team searches the Andean cloud forest for unlooted tombs of an ancient warrior people.)

 

Rana Tharu Women (When warfare left them widows, legend says, these women who had fled to the forest of southern Nepal founded a society that has endured for 400 years.)

 

The Rise of Life on Earth (About 90 percent of all species vanished in a mysterious mass extinction 250 million years ago.)

 

In Search of the Clouded Leopard (A 17-year-old American continues a family tradition of conservation in India .)

 

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National Geographic - October 2000

Megatransect (A conservationist sets out to survey 1,200 miles of African jungle the old-fashioned way – on foot – in the first of a three-part series of articles.)

 

Sky-High Over the Sonoran (Sculpted by wind and water, this intriguing North American desert reveals itself from aloft.)

 

Boston ’s North Enders (In the face of change, tight-knit Little Italy keeps the accent on good friends and good food.)

 

Wild Gliders (A mélange of creatures in Borneo ’s rain forest have evolved gravity-defying means of travel.)

 

New Eyes on the Oceans (Riding a wave a new technology, scientists are discovering more of the ocean’s secrets, including the integral role the seas play in shaping our climate.)

 

Deep Sea Vents (Dramatic new imagery from the Pacific seafloor reveals abundant life in a world without sunlight.)

 

Report to Members: Fossil Trail (Our November 1999 issue showcased a “missing link” between dinosaurs and birds that fooled us all.)  

 

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National Geographic - November 2000

 

Libya (After three decades of international isolation, the nation works to shed its outlaw image.)

 

Putorana Plateau (An expedition seeks Siberia ’s wild heart.)

 

Inside the Volcano (A daredevil photographer leads a team of adventurers into an active volcano in the South Pacific.)

 

The Art of Being Luis Marden (Writer, photographer, explorer: Luis Marden’s 64 years with National Geographic shaped the magazine.)

 

Preying on Giants (In Botswana a pride of lions lives large.)

 

Nepal (Gateway to the Himalaya , the nation struggles under its old burden of poverty and a new one, urban sprawl.)

 

Pueblo Ancestors Return Home (Ancient Native American remains are welcomed back to New Mexico after some 80 years away.)

 

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National Geographic - December 2000

 

Map Supplement: Peopling of the Americas

 

Blue Nile (This legendary river inspires both reverence and fear among the Ethiopians who live along its banks.)

 

Polar Bears (The Arctic ’s most formidable predator has a tender side too.)

 

Dawn of Humans (Who were the first Americans? It’s an open question as archaeologists weight the newest evidence.)

 

Fiordland (Craggy arms of rock reach toward the Tasman Sea in New Zealand ’s largest national park.)

 

In Search of Lake Wobegon , by Garrison Keillor (The author’s famous fictional town is alive and well and operating under several assumed names in the heart of Minnesota .)

 

Journey to Shipton’s Arch (Five adventurers travel to western China to become the first to climb this geologic wonder.)

 

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National Geographic - January 2001

 

Beyond Gravity, by Sir Arthur Clarke (The year Arthur C. Clarke made famous is here. 2001’s co-creator contemplates the third millennium.)

 

Surviving in Space (A voyage to Mars may be every astronaut’s dream, but the health risks to even the most superbly conditioned Earthlings are formidable indeed.)

 

Great Barrier Reef (Largest structure on the planet built by living organisms, Australia ’s coral rampart hosts a carnival of sea life.)

 

Mummers Parade (Fantasy and feathers rule in Philadelphia when New Year’s revelers take to the streets in costumes fit for kings.)

 

Ancient Ashkelon (From Canaanites to Crusaders, the city of Ashkelon was a strategic Mediterranean port for nearly 5,000 years.)

 

Japan’s Imperial Palace (The heart of Tokyo shelters the home of Emperor Akihito – a modern ruler who studies fish, writes poetry, and preserves the traditions of the world’s oldest monarchy.)

 

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National Geographic - February 2001

 

Map Supplement: Mars Revealed

 

Andes Journey (On familiar ground, an Ecuadorian explores lifeways shaped by the lofty range that spans a continent.)

 

Mars (As the Mars Global Surveyor beams home unprecedented images, our assumptions about the red planet explode.)

 

Jewel Scarabs (Gleaming beetles from Central America attract insect enthusiasts and offer hope for saving a priceless habitat.)

 

New Jersey Meadowlands (Home to rivers of grass and rabid sports fans, a onetime trash heap shines in Manhattan’s shadow.)

 

Update From the Field (Elephants, ice, and architecture – nothing escapes the purposeful gaze of the Society’s research grantees.)

 

Bushmen (Southern Africa’s hunter-gatherers seek a foothold.)

 

Paintings of the Spirit (Ancient rock art sheds light on the trance experiences of Bushman shamans.)

 

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National Geographic - March 2001

 

Megatransect II (Pushing through the heart of the African jungle, ecologist Michael Fay continues his unprecedented trek.)

 

The Clearing (Deep in the Congo a sunny glade attracts gorillas, elephants, antelope, and – for six weeks – a dogged photographer.)

 

Palmyra Atoll (A Pacific island paradise, one of the world’s premier seabird breeding sites, has won protection thanks to a private conservation group.)

 

Moche Burials Uncovered (Extravagant grave goods add to the mystery of this ancient people of Peru.)

 

Indonesia (Religious zealots and regional separatists force the issue: Can this far-flung nation hold together?)

 

William Bartram (An American naturalist explored the South just before the revolutionary War and left a legacy of art and writings that shaped a young nation’s appreciation of its beauty.)

 

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National Geographic - April 2001

 

Map Supplement: Ancient Egypt

 

A River Dammed (Columbia River salmon are in decline despite heroic measures to sustain them, and Pacific Northwesterners search their souls: Should some dams be dismantled to save the fish?)

 

Pharaohs of the Sun (Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti ruled Egypt just long enough to transform the empire’s religion, art, and architecture. Digs at Amarna yield clues to their enigmatic dynasty.)

 

Pursuing the Minke (With a million of these sleek, fast-breeding creatures in the seas, whaling nations, led by Norway and Japan, urge an end to the 15-year-old ban on all commercial whaling.)

 

Gypsies: The Outsiders (Romanticized as free spirits, hounded for being different, the people who call themselves Roma fight for their place in a world where there are few welcome mats.)

 

Flower Trade (High-tech hybrids, brand names, and the Internet invade a multibillion-dollar, world-girdling business once dominated by family farms and now coming up roses.)

 

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National Geographic - May 2001

 

The Adventurers of Marco Polo Part I (The storied Venetian trader escapes bandits, rampaging rivers, and sandstorms to reach the border of far-off China in this first of three articles.)

 

Jaguars (These elusive cats rank among Latin America’s supreme predators. Conservationists seek to connect their isolated refuges.)

 

Black Sea Mysteries (Ancient shipwrecks and telltale shells bring to life epics of distant trade and a prehistoric flood.)

 

Deadly Haven: Mexico’s Poisonous Cave (Cueva de Villa Luz, or Cave of the Lighted House) (An underworld of hydrogen sulfide harbors life-forms awesome and awful.)

 

Pterosaurs (Largest animals that ever flew, pterosaurs ruled the skies for 150 million years before their sudden demise.)

 

The Fragile World of Frogs ( Victims of pollution, disease, and habitat loss, amphibians are vanishing all over the globe.)

 

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National Geographic - June 2001

 

Probing Chile’s Wild Coast (Battling furious winds and rain, a team of cavers explores a bleak island at the bottom of the world.)

 

Marco Polo Part II: In China (A trusted member of the court of Kublai Khan for 17 years, Marco traveled throughout the realm as his emissary, noting wonders from rice wine to paper money.)

 

Asia’s Last Lions (Extinction stalks the Asiatic lion, a regal sub-species now crowded into a single sanctuary in India’s Gir Forest.)

 

Wales (Pride in its ancient – and tongue twisting – language and an economy on the rise are powering the new Cymru.)

 

Oil and Honor at Pearl Harbor (Sixty years after Japanese bombers sank the U.S.S. Arizona, the silent wreck still sheds fuel oil, drop by drop, over the memories of a hellish Hawaiian morning.)

 

Eternal Djenne (Architectural gem of West Africa, Mali’s holy city rebuilds after years of drought and decay.)

 

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National Geographic - July 2001

 

Map Supplement: Sunken Treasures/Treasures of the World

 

Grizzlies (Rulers of the wilderness, these intelligent and adaptable brown bears face shrinking ranges due to escalating human demands.)

 

Marco Polo Part III: Journey Home (Sailing the treacherous coast of Southeast Asia and India, Marco returns to Venice after 24 years, rich in gems and wild tales of unimagined lands.)

 

Urban Sprawl (Most people agree that unchecked development is a bad deal – for commuters, for taxpayers, for the environment. But few can agree on how to achieve smart growth.)

 

Cuba’s Golden Past (Havana’s glittering era as Spain’s premier New World port gleams in treasures rescued from the sea.)

 

Monhegan Island (Twelve miles off Maine, a refuge of solitary painters and lobstermen weathers a tide of summer tourists.)

 

Kingdom of Aksum (Ethiopia’s Christians still flock to the intricate stone churches of the highlands where their faith arose.)

 

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National Geographic - August 2001

 

Public Lands (With a quarter billion acres of fragile western rangeland to ride herd on, and a stampede of off-road enthusiasts, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management struggles to live up to its name.)

 

Deadly Silk (Spinning complex webs of incredible strength, the versatile spider makes things sticky for unsuspecting prey.)

 

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (Rich in caribou and in oil, Alaska’s coastal plain is a hot topic in the nation’s energy debate.)

 

Russia’s Frozen Inferno (A hardy team reveals the explosive peaks and steam-pocked glaciers of Kamchatka, land of volcanoes.)

 

Megatransect III (Blackwater swamps give way to hippos in the surf as ecologist J. Michael Fay reaches Gabon’s Atlantic coast, concluding his 2,000-mile survey of central Africa’s forest treasures.)

 

France’s Magical Ice Age Art: Chauvet Cave (Brilliant scenes of animals drawn 35,000 years ago paint a new picture of the origins of art.)

 

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National Geographic - September 2001

 

HOW OLD IS IT solving the riddle of ages

 

AFRICA 'S GAME PARKS

 

EGYPTIAN TIMBS

 

CHANGING AMERICA

 

WALRUSES

 

THE GARIFUNA

 

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National Geographic - October 2001

 

Power of Light (It sways our moods and grows our food. A ubiquitous and enigmatic form of energy, light now shines as the tool of the future.)

 

Rain Forest at Night (Darkness summons a menagerie of creatures that slither, leap, and buzz through Southeast Asia’s forests.)

 

Treasures of Ancient China (Terra-cotta statues – soldiers, farm animals, a potbellied entertainer and his troupe – are being uncovered at the tombs of two early emperors.)

 

California’s Volcanic North (Sleeping volcanoes inspire eerie fables and New Age religions as well as fear of deadly lava spills.)

 

Meet Kenya Man (Humankind’s family tree sprouts a new branch with Meave Leakey’s discovery of a hominid skull.)

 

Tracking the Leopard (Silent as silk, a five-year-old spotted cat prowls his 14,000-acre territory in the South African veld.)

 

Swahili Coast (A unique Islamic heritage anchors the ports of East Africa, for centuries a mecca for Arabian and Indian merchants.)

 

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National Geographic - November 2001

 

Russia Rising (Clambering from the collapse of the U.S.S.R., Russia has emerged a decade later with four-star restaurants, cyber-cafes, Santa Claus, and social ills. Can it speed its halting progress?)

 

Kenya’s Mzima Sprint (In a protected oasis of clear pools, hippos choreograph a remarkable dance of life, joined by dung-eating fish, fish-spearing birds, and contented crocodiles.)

 

Earth’s Grand Light Show (Splashing the sky with radiant hues, auroras can crash power grids and satellite systems even as they delight scientists and spectators with their slowing gases.)

 

Evolution of Whales (Earth’s largest animals are sometimes born with a leg or two, a startling genetic reminder of the time, 50 million years ago, when their ancestors walked on dry land.)

 

The Pyramid Builders (Giza, Egypt) (An ancient city and graveyard reveal that free men and women, not slaves, toiled on the pharaohs’ tombs.)

 

King Cobras (Capable of killing an elephant, these shy Asian forest dwellers have become entwined with some unflappable humans.)

 

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National Geographic - December 2001

 

Map Supplement: Afghanistan

 

Antarctica (Earth’s harshest land, the frozen continent beckons scientists, and 15,000 tourists a year, with crystalline air, ancient ice, and indescribable wildness.)

 

Islands of Ice (A giant Antarctic iceberg tests divers’ resolve with hidden caves, lethal temperatures, and ice explosions.)

 

Silicon Valley (Techno-wizards still vie for success in this exurb of San Francisco, where networking is a sport, twentysomethings cut million-dollar deals, and a psychiatrist may be your best friend.)

 

The Future Is Calling (Distance dissolves as fiber-optic and wireless networks speed e-mails and ideas around the world.)

 

SuperCroc (From the sands of the Sahara paleontologists wrest an ancient reptile capable of challenging any dinosaur in its path.)

 

Journey of Faith (Abraham’s biblical trek through the Middle East kindled three major religions, whose past and present conflicts would surely sadden this patriarch of peace.)

 

Eyewitness Afghanistan (A veteran journalist in the war-wracked nation reports on his encounters with Osama bin Laden, the Taliban, and the assassins of a rebel commander.)

 

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National Geographic - January 2002

 

Wolf to Woof (After wild dogs learned not to bite the hand that fed them, French poodles weren’t far behind.)

 

A Love Story (Some dogs work for us – hunting, herding, guiding – but others dote on us, and we love them for it.)

 

The New Europe (With its own parliament and currency and a common aspiration for peace, the European Union declares itself – in 11 official languages – open for business.)

 

China’s Unknown Gobi (Spring-fed lakes, thousand-foot-high sand dunes, and the ghosts of an ancient walled city lie at the heart of the remote Alashan Plateau.)

 

In Focus: World of Islam (Earth’s fastest growing religion, with six million followers in the U.S. alone, reveals striking diversity.)

 

Hotspots: India’s Western Ghats (Treasured watershed of India, these coastal mountains feed grasslands, forests, and a burgeoning human population. Biologist E. O. Wilson introduces a series examining such hotspots, among Earth’s richest ecosystems.)

 

ZipUSA: U.S.S. Enterprise (Now hear this: More than 5,000 men and women live on the Big E, a place where mail call is priceless and 30-ton jets roar off the flight deck 24 hours a day.)

 

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National Geographic - February 2002

 

Map Supplement: Antarctica

 

Search for a Cure (Will a vaccine ever suppress HIV, the elusive virus that has caused immeasurable suffering, and more than 20 million AIDS deaths throughout the world?)

 

Cuba Reefs (Gardens of sponges and exotic fish bloom in the pristine cays of Cuba, the Caribbean’s largest submerged island shelf.)

 

Mount Etna Ignites (Europe’s tallest active volcano erupts in grandeur, enthralling Sicilians and intriguing scientists.)

 

Salt Lake Valley (Wedged between snowy peaks and its namesake lake, this fast-growing oasis is ready for its Olympic debut.)

 

Central Asia Unveiled (From Kazakhs in the north to Pashtun in Pakistan, over 100 ethnic groups call these storied lands home.)

 

ZipUSA: Elkton, Maryland (Where no-wait marriages once drew movie stars, thousands of couples still come each year to say “I do.”)

 

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National Geographic - March 2002

 

Diamonds: The Real Story (Funneled through secretive networks, these precious gems can carry a huge cost in human suffering.)

 

Solo Across the Arctic (With animal instincts and high-tech gear, a Norwegian adventurer skis, and swims, from Russia to Canada.)

 

Down to a Handful (Fewer than 50 Attwater’s prairie-chickens hang on in two refuges. Can Texas’ obscure grouse beat extinction?)

 

Danube River (On its waltz past the storied castles of Germany through central Europe to the Black Sea, the hardworking river find itself still hobbled by the bombs that pounded the Balkans in 1999.)

 

Water World: the Danube Delta (Preservation efforts gain ground in a rich haven for birds and fishermen.)

 

Mother Bear Man (Using foraging lessons and forest romps, gentle Ben Kilham teaches orphaned cubs how to be wild.)

 

Golden Age Treasures (A fifth-century B.C. shipwreck off Turkey shines light on Greece’s finest hour.)

 

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National Geographic - April 2002

 

FOUND: After 17 Years An Afghan Refugee’s Story

 

Special Report: Her eyes have captivated the world since she appeared on our cover in 1995. Now we can tell her story.

 

Tibetans (Adapting to the realities of Chinese rule, Tibetans still manage to hold on to cherished traditions.)

 

Maneless in Tsavo (Legendary Kenya lions shed their mystery.)

 

Yucatan Cities (Ancient Maya ruins stud Mexico’s hill country.)

 

Maya Mural (Researchers uncover a unique Maya wall painting.)

 

Muskoxen (Hunted nearly to extinction for their meat and coats, the “bearded ones” again thrive in the Arctic.)

 

Lewis and Clark (A geographer maps the explorers’ path into the West, unsettling some towns’ claims to fame.)

 

China Hotspot (Government decrees protect the fragile habitat of the Hengduan Mountains, where Buddhism alone stood guard.)

 

Bat Patrol (Radar follows bats in Texas as they gorge on crop pests.)

 

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National Geographic - May 2002

 

Map Supplement: The Inca

 

Food: How Safe? How Altered? (Mishandling products in the U.S. food supply, among the safest in the world, can make eating downright unhealthy. In our continuing Challenges for Humanity series, we also explore genetic engineering of food. Want disease-free grapes? Add a silkworm gene. How about vitamin-enhanced rice? While the technology promises new ways to help feed the world, some see risks to the land and to human health.)

 

Uncommon Vision (Captivated by the beauty of moths, an artist uses digital scans to transform backyard fliers into fine art.)

 

Catfish Hunters (Scientists surveying Guyana’s rivers find fish species healthy for now, but waters run brown from mining.)

 

Inca Rescue (Racing against developers, archaeologists save a treasure: Peru’s largest cache of mummies from a single time period along with weapons, ceramics, and elegant textiles.)

 

Italy’s Po River (Punished for centuries by destructive floods, northern Italians stubbornly embrace their nation’s longest river, which nurtures rice fields, vineyards, fisheries, and legends.)

 

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National Geographic - June 2002

 

Untold Stories of D-Day (A grand hoax, top secret maps, and live-ammunition rehearsals set the stage for June 6, 1944, when 200,000 soldiers stormed Normandy’s beaches to help free Europe.)

 

Saluting the Troops (Tiny Bedford, Virginia, lost 19 sons on D-Day, a sacrifice honored in a new national memorial.)

 

Boreal: The Great Northern Forest (The reality of this immense boreal land grows ever harsher as a resource-hungry world gnaws it edges.)

 

Beast of the Boreal (Enter the deep forests of Finland and meet the misunderstood wolverine: shy, playful, and opportunistic.)

 

Jamestown (What happened to this early English settlement in the New World? Graves and a fort site provide surprising new clues.)

 

Long Road Home (An American photojournalist and her Islamist translator forge a friendship on Afghanistan’s front lines.)

 

Andes Empires (Building grand cities, temples, and roads, two powerful pre-Inca empires ruled the region.)

 

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National Geographic - July 2002

 

America’s Nuclear Waste (The search for permanent solutions heats up as tons of highly radioactive sludge, spent fuel, and contaminated soil pile up around the nation.)

 

Bald Eagles (Our majestic national bird is flying high over much of its former range and may soon be off the endangered list.)

 

Somalia (A civilian army of entrepreneurs and expatriates offers hope in this East African nation, bloodied by warring clans.)

 

Hotspot: The Philippines (Amid poverty, coral reefs rocked by dynamite fishing, and once lush islands stripped by logging, conservationists rush to preserve endemic species.)

 

The H. L. Hunley: Secret Weapon of the Confederacy (In 1864 eight sailors slipped out of Charleston in an ingenious submarine, sank a Union ship, and disappeared, until now.

 

The Big Bloom (Essential to life, and to romance, flowering plants lure paleobotanists with the sweet mystery of their origin.)

 

ZipUSA: 20024 (At the Maine Avenue Fish Wharf in Washington, D.C., you can haggle over the price of crabs or hang out with the neighboring “live-aboards,” just minutes from the Capitol.

 

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National Geographic - August 2002

 

NGS Research and Exploration NEW FIND (This 1.75-million-year-old skull from the republic of Georgia might have belonged to one of the first humans to leave Africa. And it doesn’t look anything like scientists thought it would.)

 

Oceans of Plenty: South Africa’s Teeming Seas (In the greatest shoal on Earth, cold and warm waters surge together off South Africa to create rich marine ecosystems and a billion sardines on the move.)

 

Mount Fuji (Japan’s famous peak is A) a serious volcano, B) the spiritual epicenter of a nation, or C) a tourism engine whose image is plastered on countless consumer goods. Answer: all of the above.)

 

Henrietta Marie (The oldest slave ship ever excavated, wrecked off Florida in 1700, is yielding a multitude of artifacts, and blood-curdling history.)

 

Bahia (An African rhythm drives this Brazilian coastal state, home to descendants of the first slaves brought to the New World.)

 

Russian Smokejumpers (Talk about tough: These guys throw themselves out of 50-year-old aircraft into burning Siberian forests.)

 

Proboscis Monkeys (Borneo’s flamboyant primates are famous for having big noses. What you might not know about them is they’re graceful, they can swim, and they’re in trouble.)

 

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National Geographic - September 2002

 

Water Pressure (How can such a wet planet be so short on clean fresh water? The latest installment in the “Challenges for Humanity” series plumbs the problem.)

 

Down the Drain? (The Great Lakes hold a fifth of Earth’s surface fresh water, and they’ve shrunk dramatically. If it keeps up, shipping and fisheries could be left high and dry.)

 

Meerkats (The meerkat motto: You get by with a little help from your friends. Welcome to the strange social life of one of Africa’s most beloved carnivores.)

 

Crucible of the Gods (Once upon a time in Turkey and Georgia, blood sacrifice to the gods really mattered. People still live that way along this isolated stretch of Black Sea coast.)

 

State of the Planet (In 1992, representatives from nearly every country met in Brazil to hash out what could be done to protect Earth’s resources. A decade later, here’s a global report card.)

 

ZipUSA: 10013 (Portrait of a neighborhood torn apart: Three New Yorkers – a firefighter, a television producer, and a journalist – remember September 11 and reflect on how it changed their shocked city forever.)

 

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National Geographic - October 2002

 

Map Supplement: Middle East

 

Death on the Nile (Conspiracy, murder, revenge – it’s all at Saqqara, a cemetery of ancient Egypt’s rich and powerful.)

 

A Pharaoh’s Peacemaker (The tomb of one of Ramses the Great’s top ambassadors is disclosing its secrets.)

 

Tokyo Bay (In Japan all roads lead to Tokyo Bay. But the nation’s hub is being strangled by pollution and relentless development.)

 

Saving Places (They need a world of support, and they’ve got it. Today 730 World Heritage sites find salvation in the United Nations.)

 

Hotspot: New Zealand (What happens when an archipelago populated by bizarre flightless birds is invaded by alien species?)

 

In Focus: The West Bank (Occupied since 1967, the heartland of a future Palestinian state is a breeding ground for despair.)

 

Istanbul on Edge (Anxiety fills Turkey’s biggest city: The economy is volatile, secularism is under fire, and an earthquake is coming.)

 

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National Geographic - November 2002

 

Weapons of Mass Destruction (They redefined warfare in the 20th century and could redefine civilization itself in the 21st. A closer look at the ugly legacy of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons, and their unimaginable threat.)

 

Unmasking the Skin (Equal parts armor, air-conditioning system, and genetic heritage, skin is more than skin-deep. Scientists are probing beneath the surface of the body’s largest organ.)

 

Mola! (A swimming head, a pizza pie with eyes, a platter of parasites – that’s a mola, the colossal fish that has at least one researcher wrapped around its little fin.)

 

Megacities (By 2030, two out of three people will live in an urban world, with most of the explosive growth occurring in developing countries. For a preview of the future, the last in the Challenges for Humanity series explores Sao Paulo, Brazil; Lagos, Nigeria; Bangkok, Thailand; and, Hyderabad, India.)

 

Kings of the Hill? (In a male-dominated world, a female-run society is decidedly refreshing. Check out gelado monkeys, but don’t mess with the queens: They bite.)

 

ZipUSA: Boys Town, Nebraska (Give them homes, schools, families, and some old-fashioned religion, and troubled kids might just pull themselves together. This is their place.)

 

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National Geographic - December 2002

 

The Hawaiians (A century after Hawaiians lost their kingdom and much of their culture, a new generation is discovering its roots, and some of them want their islands back.)

 

X-ray Vision (The orbiting Chandra X-ray Observatory lifts the veil on exploding stars, pulsars, quasars, and black holes.)

 

Surviving the Sahara (Fifteen-hundred miles of heat, cold, hunger, and evil spirits. The team’s only hope: their steadfast camels.)

 

The Search for PT 109, by Robert D. Ballard and Senator Edward M. Kennedy (Explorer Bob Ballard goes after JFK’s PT 109, and Senator Ted Kennedy recalls a heroic brother’s return.)

 

A New Day in Kabul (Children are returning to school. Women are starting businesses. Can the recovery of Afghanistan’s weary capital city be sustained?)

 

Snowy Owls (They’ve got movie-star charisma, with power (and talons) to match. But to raise chicks, snowy owls rely on the boom-or-bust market of their favorite prey: the humble lemming.)

 

ZipUSA: Tysons Corner, Virginia (If money talks, then this suburban mall shouts. Hard to believe it was once a rural crossroads.)

 

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National Geographic - January 2003

 

The Great Wall (Over the centuries the Chinese built not one wall but a vast network of walls to keep foreigners out. Now two foreigners, a writer and a photographer, set off on an unprecedented mission: to follow as much of the walls as they can by car, traveling deep into China’s rural heart.)

 

Strangest Volcano on Earth? (In a remote corner of Tanzania stands an astonishing mountain called Ol Doinyo Lengai, where lava fountains harden in midair then shatter like glass.)

 

Dreamweavers (The textiles of tomorrow are still on the drawing board. But one day – maybe not so long from now – they could take humans to outer space, make soldiers invisible, keep people in touch with their friends, and move buildings.)

 

Egypt’s Forgotten Treasures (They’ve opened the vaults. An exclusive look at Cairo’s Egyptian Museum centennial exhibit includes stunning antiquities on display for the first time ever.)

 

Japan’s Winter Wildlife (A frosted stage gathers re-crowned cranes, whooper swans, sika deer, and snow monkeys. Can Japan turn an ancient reverence for its animals into modern conservation?)

 

ZipUSA: Athens, Ohio (And they’re off! From dawn to dusk one cloudy day, 114 photography students at Ohio University head out to document a rural zip, and learn a few things along the way.)

 

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National Geographic - February 2003

 

Galaxy Hunters (A new breed of scientists leads a cosmic revolution in thinking how the universe came to be.)

 

Shattered Sudan (An oil pipeline fuels the unforgiving heart of a seemingly endless war. It may also be a means to peace.)

 

Survivors (Outcasts in their own land, Sudan’s Nuba hold on.)

 

Searching for Sacagawea (What we know about her: She was a teenage mother and a valued interpreter for Lewis and Clark. What we don’t know about her: Almost everything else.)

 

Unraveling the Knots (Birds That Go to Extremes) (How do these Arctic-breeding shorebirds take the heat of a summer home in Australia’s sizzling tropics?)

 

Dawn in the Deep (IMAX, Atlantic Ocean Deep Sea Hydrothermal Vents) (It’s always night in the world of sea vents – until a film crew summons the power to illuminate the abyss.)

 

Pacific Suite (From wolves to whales, from rain forests to tidal flats – Vancouver Island’s Clayoquot Sound has them all.)

 

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National Geographic - March 2003

 

Map Supplement: A Traveler's Map of the WEST INDIES

 

Dinosaurs Come Alive (Step aside, bone diggers and fossil hunters, a new generation of scientists is using computer modeling and a better understanding of living animals to bring dinosaurs back to life, virtually.)

 

Puerto Rico’s Divided Passions (As citizens they love their country; they also love their island home. Fifty years after becoming residents of a de facto U.S. colony, Puerto Ricans are rethinking the commonwealth’s future.)

 

Alaska’s Giant of Ice and Stone (Solitude seems as tangible as the mountains in immense Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. This first in a series on American Landscapes surveys a wilderness of unyielding harshness and unbridled majesty.)

 

Revolution From the Top Down (First he overthrew his father. Now the ruler of the rich Persian Gulf nation of Qatar strives to modernize a conservative Islamic society by royal decree.)

 

Hotspot: Islands in the Pacific (Take 1,400 remote specks of land, colonize them with migrant species, then wait a few millennia. That’s the recipe for biodiversity in the tropical Pacific.)

 

ZipUSA: 73106 (You won’t find steak houses in this corner of Oklahoma City. In Little Saigon, noodle shops reign.)

 

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National Geographic - April 2003

 

The Rise of Mammals (Once upon a time, a warm-blooded, milk-producing, fur-covered beast was born. Since then, mammals have conquered every habitat on Earth. This is their story – our story.)

 

Caves of Oman (Deep in Arabia, scientists descend into some of the world’s largest caverns. Their mission: To see if tourists could one day explore Oman’s caves without putting their lives on the line.)

 

Paradox Island (On the map, the Mediterranean island of Corsica belongs to France. In their hearts, many Corsicans aren’t so sure.)

 

What’s New at Gombe, by Jane Goodall (Forty-three years after Jane Goodall first set foot in the forests of Africa, Fifi is a mom again. Frodo is the alpha male, and Gremlin is teaching her twins to fish for termites.)

 

Jane Goodall in the Wild, by David Quammen (The famed primatologist meets the chimpanzees of the Congo’s Goualougo Triangle, animals so isolated they have no fear of humans – at least for now.)

 

Walking the Chang Tang, by Rick Ridgeway, Photographs by Galen Rowell (In photographer Galen Rowell’s final assignment, four mountaineers set out for the remote calving grounds of the endangered Tibetan antelope.)

 

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National Geographic - May 2003

 

Everest: 50 Years and Counting (The world hasn’t been the same since Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay stepped onto Mount Everest’s snowy peak on May 29, 1953. More than a thousand climbers have followed them to the summit. Nearly 200 others have perished in the attempt.)

 

Everest 50: Everest’s Greatest Hits (An illustrated history spanning 150 years of mountain milestones.)

 

Everest 50: Altitude and the Death Zone (Above 26,000 feet the human body starts to shut down.)

 

Everest 50: Not Your Average Hero (Why a beekeeper from New Zealand was the right man for the job.)

 

Everest 50: Sir Edmund Remembers, by Sir Edmund Hillary (Which accomplishment gives him the greatest pride? Surprise: It’s not the climb.)

 

Everest 50: The Sherpas (It’s their mountain, and ever since tourists started pouring in, it’s their livelihood too.)

 

Mayflies (With just hours to live, these swarming insects on Hungary’s Tisza River have only one thing on their minds.)

 

High Stakes in the Bluegrass (Million-dollar miscarriages have Kentucky horse breeders running scared.)

 

Aguateca (Under enemy attack, a Maya king and his courtiers fled their city, leaving astonishing pieces of their lives behind.)

 

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National Geographic - June 2003

 

Untouchables (Discrimination against India’s lowest Hindu castes is technically illegal. But try telling that to the 160 million Untouchables, who face violent reprisals if they forget their place.)

 

Boundary Waters Summer (Next stop in the American Landscape series: the beguiling wilds of northern Minnesota.)

 

Baghdad Before the Bombs (In the run-up to war, a photographer trains her camera on a city about to be changed forever.)

 

Harbor Porpoise Rescue (Scientists and fishermen in the North Atlantic join forces to save the elusive cetacean.)

 

Peru’s Highway of Dreams (A new road connecting Amazonia to the Pacific could bring riches – and ecological ruin.)

 

Killer Caterpillars (These rarely seen crawlers use stealth, seduction, and brute strength to get away with murder.)

 

Masters of Gold (Artless barbarians? Hardly. The Scythian horsemen of the ancient Siberian steppe had a golden touch.)

 

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National Geographic - July 2003

 

Map Supplement: The Two Koreas

 

Dangerous Divide (As North Korea steps up its nuclear threat, it’s business as usual along the DMZ – the narrow strip of land that has split the Korean peninsula for 50 years. There the two armies, the South’s backed by 20,000 U.S. troops, wait for the other to blink.)

 

Animal Attraction (Males will do whatever it takes to win the mating game: sing, dance, fight a rival, build a house, give a gift. But in the end, it’s usually the females who do the choosing.)

 

The New Story of China’s Ancient Past (A trove of artifacts has shattered China’s traditional story of its origins – but the new narrative, like the old one, still packs a political punch.)

 

Three Peaks Challenge (How to be a Three Peaker: Run up the mountain. Run down the mountain. Do it three times in three different countries. And finish in under 24 hours.)

 

Atlantic Salmon (Farm-raised salmon now outnumber wild fish nearly 85 to one. As wild stocks dwindle, this legendary sport fish has become the veritable chicken of the sea.)

 

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National Geographic - August 2003

 

Into the Amazon (Brazilian explorer and social activist Sydney Possuelo believes his country’s uncontacted Indians should remain isolated. Why, then, is he risking his life to find them?)

 

Bohemian Rhapsody (In the trendy Paris neighborhood of the Marais, cultures and lifestyles mix and match, and laissez-faire rules.)

 

The Driest Place on Earth (Parts of Chile’s Atacama Desert haven’t seen a drop of rain since recordkeeping began. Somehow, more than a million people squeeze life from this parched land.)

 

Alaska’s Wild Archipelago (Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, Aleutian Islands) (A gale-swept refuge, imperiled marine mammals, and some of the most lucrative fisheries in the world make for stormy times on the last frontier.)

 

Royal City of the Maya (For some 400 years the Maya reigned triumphant from Guatemala’s Piedras Negras. Then somebody kidnapped the king.)

 

Zimbabwe’s Bitter Harvest (With the onset of land reform, whites lost farms, blacks lost jobs, and the country that once fed much of southern Africa lost the means to feed itself.)

 

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National Geographic - September 2003

 

21st-Century Slaves (There are more slaves today than were seized from Africa in four centuries of the trans-Atlantic slave trade. The modern commerce in humans rivals illegal drug trafficking in its global reach – and in the destruction of lives.)

 

Inhuman Profit (The market for humans extends beyond the realm of slavery.)

 

Zebras (They’re born to roam: East Africa’s plains zebras follow the rains in one of the greatest migratory shows on Earth.)

 

Winged Mummy of Peru (In a coastal desert, archaeologist discover a 1,300-year-old, human-size effigy of a bird and, inside, the skeleton of a woman thought to be a shaman.)

 

Saving Africa’s Eden (The president of Gabon sets aside a big chunk of his country, preserving a little bit of Africa for everyone.)

 

Deep Science (What’s the best way to study Florida’s coral reefs and their finned inhabitants? Live where the action is.)

 

Diary of a War (In her second dispatch, a veteran war photographer reports on daily life in Iraq during and after the bombing.)

 

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National Geographic - October 2003

 

Saudi Arabia on Edge (Tribal traditions and modern wealth clash in the birthplace of Islam – a kingdom in the political hot seat since 9/11.)

 

Kinkajous (Living on fruits and flowers, these rarely seen relatives of the raccoon prowl the high rain forest canopies of Central and South America.)

 

Iraq’s Antiquities War (When the spring offensive by U.S.-led forces ended, another battle began: the fight to preserve Iraq’s ancient sites and artifacts from looters. A team of archaeologists races from Baghdad to Babylon to report from the field.)

 

Orangutans Hang Tough (Revisiting Borneo, an anthropologist checks in with some old friends and worries about their future.)

 

Maya Water World (Divers and scientists probe Yucatan sinkholes, sacred to the Maya, where human sacrifices ensured cosmic order.)

 

Mongolian Crossing (In a remote, mountainous corner of Asia, nomads still follow their herds on an arduous migration. If given the choice, will they take a new path?)

 

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National Geographic - November 2003

 

Watching You (In our high-tech world, machines track personal records, see through walls, and screen facial features. Will electronic surveillance mean better security, or an end to privacy?)

 

Afghanistan (A nation shattered by wars, droughts, and earthquakes looks for signs of stability amid an uneasy peace.)

 

The Sun God’s Treasurer (Egypt’s radical Pharaoh Akhenaten) (A lavish tomb records the rise and fall of a heretical pharaoh and the staying power of a savvy CFO.)

 

Cuba’s Wild Side (Known more for its music and politics than for its wildlife, Cuba in fact teems with unusual species, from tiny frogs and orchids to particularly feisty crocodiles.)

 

Burma Road (Allied forces endured disease, monsoons, and Japanese attacks to build the infamous 1,100-mile supply line that still winds through three nations – and old soldiers’ memories.)

 

Yellowstone and the Tetons (Crowning the National Parks system, this grand expanse of jutting mountains, steaming geysers, and manifold animals stirs the soul.)

 

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National Geographic - December 2003

 

The Future of Flying (The airplane has come a long way in its first hundred years. Fasten your seat belt for a high-tech ride into the next century of flight.)

 

Tango, Soul of Argentina (Full of yearning and lament, the tango is perfect therapy for a nation still stinging from economic loss.)

 

Eye on Infinity (The steadfast Hubble Telescope takes the long view of space and time as it orbits the Earth, transmitting images of astronomical beauty and import.)

 

Maya Masterwork (Guatemala) (A 2,000-year-old mural of the powerful corn god shatters long-hold ideas of Maya mythology.)

 

Hot Pink (Its candy color and stick legs might make it seem delicate, but Africa’s lesser flamingo is one tough bird.)

 

The Samurai Way (In everything from martial arts to tea ceremonies, the storied warriors of Japan remain a potent presence. Many Japanese just can’t stop searching for their inner samurai.)

 

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National Geographic - January 2004

 

Mars Revisited (The so-called red planet is ages – make that ice ages – removed from the inert wasteland scientists once thought. Now landers are closing in to probe the big question: Could there be liquid water, and with it signs of life?)

 

The Himba People (Romanticized by tourists, Namibia’s Himba struggle to maintain control of their life and lands.)

 

Patagonia: the Wild Wild South (Once the sole domain of sheep farmers, the wind-whipped tip of South America is drawing a new generation of pioneers and adventure seekers.)

 

Star Search (Relic thieves, 1 3,600-year-old disk of the heavens, and an intrepid archaeologist add up to a real-life thriller.)

 

Himalayan Sanctuary (With the help of the Dalai Lama, a Western photographer is welcomed by the isolated monks and nuns of Hanle Valley in a remote corner of India’s Ladakh.)

 

Breaking the Ice (Scientists eager to explore the Arctic’s Canada Basin find getting there is one challenge. Getting data is another.)

 

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National Geographic - February 2004

 

Han Dynasty (As mighty in the East two thousand years ago as the Romans were in the West, the Han emperors – brilliant, cunning, and cruel – left a mark on China that endures today.)

 

Canada’s Great White Bears (A polar bear paparazzo brings back close-up images of these Hudson Bay celebrities.)

 

South Pacific Hideaway (On the healthy reefs of the Phoenix Islands, scientists find new species and clues to preserving paradise.)

 

Mystery Mountain of the Inca: A team of archaeologists saddles up to explore a lost Inca outpost in Peru. (Could this mountain stronghold also have been the home of an earlier, as yet unknown people? An expedition probes the intriguing ruins of Cerro Victoria.)

 

World’s Fastest Monkeys (Kenya’s patas monkeys not only run fast, they eat fast, reproduce fast – and some are dying fast.)

 

The Case of the Missing Carbon (Hooked on fossil fuels, humans pump carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Fortunately, plants and ocean waters gather it in. But what happens when the planet’s great carbon recycling system goes awry?)

 

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National Geographic - March 2004

 

Rio’s Backyard Rain Forest (The once vast Atlantic forest of Brazil survives only as a scattering of green islands in a sea of human sprawl. Now scientists have plans to save its remnants from the rising tide of development.)

 

Armenia Reborn (For 3,000 years Armenians survived conquerors, calamities, and diaspora. Defiance and a long memory continue to sustain them as they rebuild their Caucasus homeland.)

 

Harp Seals (Wolves of the sea to fishermen and cause celebre for anti-fur activists, the irresistible animals are raising tempers again.)

 

China’s Growing Pains (Wrenching environmental problems are plaguing the world’s newest industrial powerhouse. Can China clean up its act?)

 

Calls in the Wild (Elephants are able to talk long distance but only with the cooperation of a fickle carrier: the weather.)

 

British Columbia’s Outback (What do you call an unforgiving land whose beauty can be fatal? The people of the Stikine River Valley call it home.)

 

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National Geographic - April 2004

 

Chasing Tornadoes (Stalking the funnel clouds that rip through America’s heartland, a National Geographic team gets in close for a terrifying look at the workings of the deadly storms.)

 

Cranes (Symbols of luck and majesty, cranes have been called “wildness incarnate.” But with wildness disappearing and their luck running out, the great birds are getting some help from scientists and self-described “craniacs.”)

 

Johannesburg (Ten years after apartheid, South Africa’s boomtown wrestles with new freedoms and new fears. Will Jo’burg overcome its crimes – past and present – to lead Africa into the future?)

 

Badlands (South Dakota’s stark buttes and wind-roiled grasslands are more bountiful than bad, harboring bison, birds, and a hoard of fossils that illegal collectors can’t resist.)

 

Valley of Death (In Myanmar’s isolated Hukawng Valley the tiger was king of the jungle until poachers and gold miners moved in. Now plans are under way to restore its reign with the largest tiger sanctuary in the world.)

 

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National Geographic - May 2004

 

The Late Great Plains (After generations of trying to bully America’s heartland into producing, many farmers are giving up. But others are changing their ways, working with the land on its own terms.)

 

Cuba, Kansas (Native son Jim Richardson has been creating an intimate portrait of this Great Plains town for 30 years – and counting.)

 

Europe’s Big Gamble (As the European Union expands to 25 nations, its 74 million new citizens wonder how their lives will change.)

 

Maya Royal Grave (Fit for a king, one of the oldest known Maya burials is discovered unlooted in southwestern Guatemala.)

 

Hanoi: Shedding the Ghosts of War (A returning journalist finds the city of poets energized by opportunity, respectful of its ghosts, and deductively charming.)

 

Life and Death in Alaska (Wolves (and bears) move in for the kill as a wounded moose makes his last stand in Denali National Park.)

 

Being Bob Ballard (The explorer went looking for deepwater shipwrecks. As usual, he found them – but not without deep trouble.)

 

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National Geographic - June 2004

 

The Shiites of Iraq (They’ve been systematically repressed for decades. Now Iraq’s majority Muslim sect prepares to play a powerful role in a chaotic, post-Saddam world.)

 

Monterey Menagerie (Off the coast of California an undersea canyon harbors an array of deeply strange creatures.)

 

Cliff-Hanging Tombs (Archaeologists venture high into the cloud forests of Peru to save ancient burials and their rare statues.)

 

America’s Front Yard (Lots of folks like Washington, D.C.’s, new World War II Memorial. Lots of others don’t – including those who sued to halt its construction. It turns out that Americans have always had trouble agreeing on how to use the National Mall.)

 

At Home With Flickers (Flashing bright underfeathers in flight, these big noisy woodpeckers help shape forest biodiversity.)

 

The End of Cheap Oil (It’s inevitable. But just how soon will the vital fuel become so scarce and expensive that we’re forced to make hard choices about how we live?)

 

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National Geographic - July 2004

 

A Stormy Star (Our life-giving sun throws tempests that can scramble modern technology. New Telescopes and satellites let scientists probe the secrets of the temperamental star.)

 

Cocaine Country (An illegal cash crop sustains local farmers and a 40-year-old guerrilla movement in southern Colombia.)

 

Olympic National Park (Cloaked in fog and drenched by rain and snowmelt, a lush sanctuary at the northwest tip of Washington State safeguards some of Earth’s largest trees.)

 

Elephant Hunt (Armed only with spears, Barabaig men in Tanzania hunt elephants to prove themselves and gain favor with women.)

 

Wind Scorpions (Massive jaws, voracious appetite, and sprinters’ speed attest that these aggressive desert dwellers are built to kill.)

 

Temple of Doom (In a mud-brick pyramid on the coast of Peru, elaborate reliefs tell a gory tale of human sacrifice and offer insights into the Moche culture, which vanished 500 years before the Inca.)

 

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National Geographic - August 2004

 

Australia’s Bard of the Bush (Banjo Paterson celebrated shearers, drovers, and life in the outback with poetry that still defines how Australians see themselves, and how the world sees Australia.)

 

Squid (Some are exquisite, others monstrous, but all are quickchange artists that can alter their appearance in a flash.)

 

Why Are We So Fat? (A love of carbs? A lack of exercise? The real reason one in three Americans is obese is simpler than you think.)

 

Crossing Patagonia’s Ice Field (Surviving violent storms and bridging treacherous crevasses, a pair of adventurers traverse one of the largest expanses of ice on Earth.)

 

The Jersey Shore (With 127 miles of beach to play on, just about anything goes, from boardwalk sideshow to casino sizzle.)

 

Land of the Surfing Hippos (In Gabon, where Mike Fay’s epic walk across central Africa ended four years ago, a brand-new park is up and running. Fay and photographer Michael Nichols return to the continent’s great unspoiled coastline.)

 

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National Geographic - September 2004

 

The Heat Is On (There’s no question that the Earth is getting hotter – and fast. The real questions are: How much of the warming is our fault, and are we willing to slow the meltdown by curbing our insatiable appetite for fossil fuels?)

 

Signs From Earth: Geosigns: The Big Thaw (Retreating glaciers, rising seas, and shrinking lakes are some of the global changes already under way.)

 

Signs From Earth: Ecosigns: No Room to Run (From penguins to alpine flowers, animals and plants are coping with the heat – or they’re not.)

 

Signs From Earth: Timesigns: Now What (What causes climate change? Could a climate “flip” happen virtually overnight?)

 

Indian Renaissance (Growing in numbers, cultural awareness, and economic clout, American Indians – honored with a museum on the National Mall – are reclaiming their place on the national stage.)

 

Badgers With Attitude (The tough Kalahari honey badger reigns as one of the desert’s fiercest hunters.)

 

Treasure Ship Meets Perfect Storm (In 1865 a paddle wheeler packing gold, silver, and post-Civil War hope went down off the coast of Georgia. Now the treasure is coming home.)

 

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National Geographic - October 2004

 

 Hawaii

 

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National Geographic - November 2004 

 

Darwin ’s Big Idea (The work of the 19th-century English naturalist shocked society and revolutionized science. How well has it withstood the test of time?)

 

Into the Maya Underworld (Mesoamerican farmers still perform ancient rituals in sacred caves – portals to the “place of fright.”)

 

Fiji ’s Rainbow Reefs (In the South Pacific a spectacular reef system takes an environmental walloping and lives to tell the tale. Scientists are listening closely.)

 

The Geography of Terror (Terrorism is as old as humankind. Where are the hot spots, and why is it so much more lethal today?)

 

Nose to Nose With Sloth Bears (You may recognize them as India ’s exploited “dancing” bears. In the wild, though, these shaggy insectivores can be ferociously antisocial.)

 

Monsoon Madness (When it rains it pours in Australia ’s northern outback. The steamy, temper-testing buildup to the wet has locals and visitors alike “going troppo.”)

 

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National Geographic - December 2004 

On the Trail of (Osama) bin Laden (The world’s most wanted man took refuge in the crags and caves of Tora Bora’s mountains along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. The Pashtun people, who call this harsh land home, have made it one of the best hiding places on Earth.)

Saving the Afghan Treasures (The fabled Bactrian gold is back, but other antiquities are quickly disappearing from Afghanistan . With the country trying to rebuild after decades of conflict, can its past be part of its future.)

Africa’s Miracle Delta (When Botswana’s seasonal floodwaters transform a parched plain into Africa’s largest oasis, there’s no better time to slip beneath the surface of the Okavango for a look around. Just watch out for the crocodiles.)

Someplace Like Earth (In an astronomical breakthrough, scientists are discovering planet after planet circling distant stars as the search narrows for a world like our own.)

Titanic Revisited (Fortune hunters, tourists, and time have made the seafloor wreck site a titanic mess. The man who found the famous ship 19 years ago returns to survey the damage.)

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National Geographic - January 2005 - 

 

Why we love Caffeine? 

Growing Up Cheetah

Italy Before the Romans

Morocco 's Mountain Berbers

Yosemite--Grace Under Pressure

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National Geographic - February 2005 -  

 

The Great Gray Owl 

Arabia's Empty Quarter

Tales From a Nazi Ghost Ship

Welcome to Bollywood

California Sea of Dreams

Royal Secrets From Ancient S yria

A Credit to Delaware

 

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National Geographic - March 2005 -  

 

What's in Your Mind

 

The Park Maker

Ancient Pery Power Elite

Life Beneath Irish Isles

The Mean Streets of Medellin

Attack of the Alien Invaders

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National Geographic - April 2005 -  

 

Lost World of the Little People

Prehistoric Pathfinders

Record Rocket Flight

Sea Gypsies

Birds of a Different Color

Saving Civil War Battlefield

Orcas Unmasked

Egypt 's First Pharaoh

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National Geographic - May 2005-

 

Poison: 12 Toxic Tales

Colorado Plateau

Dinosaurs for Sale

World's Deepest Cave

Colour from a Fish's point of view

Einstein and Beyond

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 National Geographic - June 2005 -

The New Face of KING TUT - His Life and Death

Chesapeake Bay

Hyenas

Last Csango in Romania

Netting a Convict

Weather: A Brighter Forecast

Inside Tornadoes

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National Geographic - July 2005 -  

 

Stem Cells - How Far Will We Go?

China 's Great Armada

Deadly Jellyfish in Australia

Mars: The Little Rovers That Could

Bitter Days for Chechnya

Tapping the Rockies

Glen Echo Pops Up

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National Geographic - August 2005 - 

 

After Oil - Powering the Future

The Bomb - 60 Years Later

Cave Art Mystery

Brazil 's Wild Wet

Hurricane Warning

China Fossil Marvels

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National Geographic - September 2005 - 

AFRICA : Human Footprint, Nairobi , Oil, AIDS, Pygmies, Zambia , Wildlife

 

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 National Geographic - October 2005 -  

 

The Next Killer Flu - Can We Stop It?

Hawaii 's Outer Kingdom

Africa's Danakil Desert

Battle of Trafalgar

Missouri Stone Age Site

Street Elephants of Thailand

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National Geographic - November 2005 - 

The Secrets of Living Longer

Nepal : Inside the Revolution

Autumn in Acadia

Stealth Cats

War Letters

Indonesia 's Undersea Oddballs

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National Geographic - December 2005 - 

  Sea Monsters - Scientists Bring "Godzilla" Back to Life

 

GLOBAL AID: HOPE IN HELL

Deadly Delay - KATRINA: Grasping for Relief (11+ pages with many photographs, illustrations, maps, ect... of the Katrina aftermath, the superdome, ect...)

When the World Forgets - Who Comes to Help (Tsunami, Aceh , Indonesia )

The Earthquake ( Bam , Iran )

After the War ( Afghanistan )

The Forgotten Crisis ( Northern Uganda )

Polar Bear Park ( Wapusk National Park , Canada )

 

Buddha Rising

New Space Telescope

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 National Geographic - January 2006 -

Who's Winning in Iraq

Genocide Unearthed

Return of the Lynx

Maya Gods and Kings

Arctic Hunters on Thin Ice

The Mighty Mantid

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Our Grandest Canyon

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National Geographic - February 2006 - 

Love - The Chemical Reaction 

Heartbreak on the Serengeti  

Russia 's Giant Bears 

A Faith Grows in Brooklyn  

California Wild

Meltdown in the Alps

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National Geographic - March 2006 - 

The Greatest Journey Ever Told - The Trail of Our DNA

 

Ukraine 's Revolution

 

Celtic Realm

 

The High Cost of Cheap Coal

 

Africa 's Last Wolves

 

Battle of Hampton Roads

 

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National Geographic - April 2006 

 Earthquake

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National Geographic - May 2006 - 

Selling Alaska 's Frontier

Judas Gospel

Prince Charles' Backyard

The Misery of Allergies

Myanmar 's River of Spirits

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National Geographic - June 2006 

Why the World loves SOCCER

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Pelican Grace

Nanotechnology

Hutterite Sojourn

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National Geographic - July 2006 - 

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Our Coasts in Crisis

Rome 's Basement

Dance Across America

The Downside of Upright

Blackbeard's Shipwreck

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National Geographic -August 2006

No End in Sight - Killer Hurricanes

 

New Orleans - Home No More

 

Ghost World Guardian

 

Great Smoky Mountains

 

A Geographic Life

 

Where Currents Collide

 

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National Geographic - September 2006 -

China Rising

Manchuria 's rust to riches gamble

Why Every Shoe Tells a Story

Wild Water Caves of the South Pacific

Okavango Lions on the Hunt

Lush Life in the Sonoran Desert

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Angkor: Why an Ancient Civilization Collapsed

Dining With Devilfish

Garrison Keilor Goes to the Fair

Land Of Lord Of The Rings

Divided in Serbia

Visionary Telescopes

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