National Geographic Magazine Public Lands Are Going Public August 2001

National Geographic Magazine Public Lands Are Going Public August 2001

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National Geographic Magazine
 Public Lands Are Going Public
August 2001
National Geographic has been published continuously since its first issue in 1888. It primarily contains articles about science, geography, history, and world culture. The magazine is known for its thick square-bound glossy format with a yellow rectangular border and its extensive use of dramatic photographs. 

In this Magazine:

In Focus: Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: Oil Field or Sanctuary?
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Rich in caribou and in oil, Alaska's coastal plain is a hot topic in the nation's energy debate. BY JOHN G. MITCHELL Web Special To drill or not to drill? Share your thoughts with us.
Frozen Inferno; Russia's Kamchatka { Russia's Frozen Inferno}
Russia's Frozen Inferno A hardy team reveals the explosive peaks and steam- pocked glaciers of Kamchatka, land of volcanoes. BY JEREMY SCHMIDT PHOTOGRAPHS BY CARSTEN PETER
God's Square Mile: 07756 { ZipUSA: Ocean Grove: God's Square Mile in Jersey; ZipUSA: Ocean Grove, New Jersey}
ZipUSA: Ocean Grove, New Jersey Hymns and crashing waves serenade this surprisingly diverse Bible- wielding beach town. BY ANGUS PHILLIPS PHOTOGRAPHS BY AMY TOENSING
Public Lands Are Going Public { The Big Open: Going Public With the Public Lands}
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. BY JOHN G. MITCHELL PHOTOGRAPHS BY MELISSA FARLOW
Deadly Silk: The Spider's Web { Spiderwebs; Deadly Silk: Spiderwebs}
Deadly Silk Spinning complex webs of incredible strength, the versatile spider makes things sticky for unsuspecting prey. BY RICHARD CONNIFF PHOTOGRAPHS BY DARLYNE A. MURAWSKI
France's Magical Cave Art { Ice Age Masterworks: Chauvet Cave; France's Magical Ice Age Art: Chauvet Cave}
France's Magical Cave Art Brilliant scenes of animals drawn 35, 000 years ago paint a new picture of the origins of art. BY ] EAN CLOTTES
Megatransect III { End of the Line: Megatransect, Part III}
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. BY DAVID QUAMMEN PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL NICHOLS

Magazine Condition: Excellent condition, almost as new.  

Issue Type: Monthly
Type: Magazine
Country of Manufacture: United States
Subject: Science, Geography
Title: National Geographic 
Language: English
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Year Published: 2001

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