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  • National Geographic January 2006

    Who's Winning in Iraq { The Kurds in Control}
    Who's Winning in Iraq The Kurds maybe the only group powerful enough to keep Iraq from tearing itself apart. But who says that's what they want? BY FRANK VIVIANO PHOTOGRAPHS BY ED KASHI
    Genocide Unearthed { Genocide and the Science of Proof}
    Genocide Unearthed Forensic investigators are assembling grim evidence of mass murders during Saddam Hussein's regime. BY LEWIS M. SIMONS
    Our Grandest Canyon { The Grandest Canyon; Grand Canyon; The Unexpected Canyon: Grand Canyon}
    The Grandest Canyon It's the most iconic of American landscapes, yet the Grand Canyon still has the power to surprise. BY VIRGINIA MORELL PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL NICHOLS
    ZipUSA: Mockingbird, Alabama { 36460: To Catch a Mockingbird; ZipUSA: 36460; ZipUSA: Monroeville, Alabama}
    ZipUSA: 36460 To Kill a Mockingbird isn't just a novel set in Monroeville, Alabama. It's the town's obsession. BY CATHY NEWMAN PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL NICHOLS
    The Mighty Mantid { Praying Mantids; Mantids; Mantids: Armed and Dangerous}
    Praying Mantids These ferocious insects are masters of disguise, outwitting their prey ( if not always their predators) . TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARK W. MOFFETT
    Arctic Hunters on Thin Ice { Living on Thin Ice; Ice Hunters; Last Days of the Ice Hunters? }
    Living on Thin Ice As Arctic Greenland warms up, its inhabi- tants- both human and animal- confront a precarious future. BY GRETEL EHRLICH PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVID McLAIN
    The Dawn of Maya Gods and Kings
    Dawn of Maya Gods and Kings A stunning 2, 000- year- old mural at Guatemala's San Bartolo site is rewriting Maya history. BY WILLIAM SATURNO PHOTOGRAPHS BY KENNETH GARRETT
    Return of the Lynx { Scenes from a Homecoming; Of Lynx and Men}
    Return of the Lynx Cats transplanted from Canada are helping repopulate the Colorado wilderness. BY DANIEL GLICK PHOTOGRAPHS BY AMY TOENSING

    10 in stock

  • National Geographic February 2006

    Kamchatka's Bears { Russia's Giant Bears; Giants Under Siege: Kamchatka's Bears}
    Russia's Giant Bears After the Soviet Union collapsed, so did the brown bear population of the Kamchatka Peninsula. In this untamed frontier, poaching keeps the bears at risk. BY GLEB RAYGORODETSKY PHOTOGRAPHS BY STEVE WINTER
    Meltdown in the Alps { Meltdown: The Alps Under Pressure}
    Meltdown in the Alps Long a social hot spot, Europe's winter playground is now warming up for real. BY ERLA ZWINGLE PHOTOGRAPHS BY MELISSA FARLOW AND RANDY OLSON
    California Wild { California's Wild Crusade}
    California's Wild Crusade Can America's most populous state save room for the endemic plants and animals that put it on the world map of ecological treasures? BY VIRGINIA MORELL PHOTOGRAPHS BY TIM LAMAN
    A Faith Grows in Brooklyn
    A Faith Grows in Brooklyn A movement embracing old- world Orthodox Judaism is alive and thriving in New York City. TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY CAROLYN DRAKE
    True Love { Love: The Chemical Reaction; This Thing Called Love}
    True Love Scientists say that the brain chemistry of infatuation is akin to mental illness- which gives new meaning to madly in love. BY LAUREN SLATER PHOTOGRAPHS BY JODI COBB
    Heartbreak on the Serengeti
    Heartbreak on the Serengeti To the Maasai it's the place where the land runs on forever, but beyond the protected core of this iconic wildscape, the land is running out. BY ROBERT M. POOLE PHOTOGRAPHS BY RANDY OLSON
    33127: Visions Of Little Haiti { ZipUSA: 33127; ZipUSA: Little Haiti, Florida}
    ZipUSA: 33127 A group of Miami high school students looked at their Little Haiti neighborhood through the lens of a camera- and saw it for the first time. BY NEIL SHEA PHOTOGRAPHS BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO CAMP

    5 in stock

  • National Geographic March 2006

    Ukraine's Revolution { Ukraine; Ukraine: Endangered Revolution}
    Ukraine, Europe's second largest country, lurches on toward democracy as an election looms that may change its course. BY ANDREW MEIER PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANTHONY SUAU
    Human Journey { The Greatest Journey Ever Told: The Trail of Our DNA; The Greatest Journey: The Trail of Our DNA}
    Genetic trails left by our ancestors are leading scientists back across time in an epic discovery of human migration. BY JAMES SHREEVE
    Battle of Hampton Roads { Iron vs. Oak: The Day the Wooden Navy Died}
    When the currents of history and technology collided off Hampton, Virginia, in March 1862, naval warfare changed forever. BY JOEL K. BOURNE, JR. PHOTOGRAPHS BY IRA BLOCK
    Africa's Last Wolves { Wolves of Ethiopia: Last of Their Kind}
    Why is the Ethiopian wolf the rarest canid on the planet? BY VIRGINIA MORELL PHOTOGRAPHS BY ANUP SHAH
    The High Cost of Cheap Coal { When Mountains Move}
    When Mountains Move: The quest for Appalachian coal has led to mountaintop removal, a process that's been called strip- mining on steroids. BY JOHN G. MITCHELL PHOTOGRAPHS BY MELISSA FARLOW
    The Celtic Realm { Celt Appeal}
    Outsider status has helped Celtic languages and culture endure. BY TOM O' NEILL PHOTOGRAPHS BY JIM RICHARDSON
    The High Cost of Cheap Coal
    The Coal Paradox: Coal is plentiful- and polluting. Can an energy- hungry world afford to wait for this fuel to clean up? BY TIM APPENZELLER

    3 in stock

  • National Geographic April 2006

    Inside Chernobyl { The Long Shadow of Chernobyl}
    Twenty years after a nuclear reactor exploded, blanketing thousands of square miles with radiation, the catastrophe isn't over. BY RICHARD STONE PHOTOGRAPHS BY GERD LUDWIG
    Dragonfly Mating Game { Dragonflies; Dragonflies: Strange Love}
    Grab, shake, bite, puncture, punch- that's just the courtship ritual of these dazzling aerobats. BY JENNIFER ACKERMAN PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOZSEF L. SZENTPETERI
    Quake: The Next Big One { Earthquakes; The Next Big One: Where on Earth Will it Strike? }
    We understand earthquakes better than we did a century ago, when San Francisco was flattened. Now we' d like to predict them. BY JOEL ACHENBACH PHOTOGRAPHS BY PETER ESSICK SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT: EARTHQUAKE RISK ZONES
    The New Venezuela { Venezuela; Venezuela According to Chavez}
    Hugo Chavez won the presidency of Venezuela by a landslide in 1998. Has he also won the hearts of his people? BY ALMA GUILLERMOPRIETO PHOTOGRAPHS BY MEREDITH DAVENPORT
    Glen Canyon Revealed { Glen Canyon; A Dry Red Season: Glen Canyon}
    A sustained drought has shriveled Lake Powell in the Southwest to expose a red- rock wonderland drowned decades ago. BY DANIEL GLICK PHOTOGRAPHS BY MICHAEL MELFORD
    Nuclear Comeback { Nuclear Power; Nuclear Power: Risking a Comeback}
    It's controversial. It's expensive. And it just might save the Earth. BY CHARLES PETIT

    Supplement:

    DANGER ZONES: EARTHQUAKE RISK- -A GLOBAL VIEW(20 1/4 x 31 inches)
    Included: Map of world showing areas of high and low earthquake risk, population density, the ten deadliest and costliest earthquakes in the last 100 years, plate boundaries, and direction of plate movement; notes about cities located near boundaries bet
    EARTHQUAKES: LIVING WITH THE THREAT(20 1/4 x 31 inches)
    Included: Illustration showing earthquake effects on an urban area, including utilities, houses, mid- rise and high- rise buildings, and highways; plus illustrated notes on earthquake- resistant methods and materials used to reinforce and stabilize house

    6 in stock

  • National Geographic May 2006

    Selling Alaska's Frontier


    Judas Gospel


    Prince Charles's Backyard


    The Mistery of Allergies


    Myanmar's River of Spirits


    9 in stock

  • National Geographic June 2006

    Why the world loves soccer

    Peruvian Mummy

    Pelican Grace

    Nanotechnology

    Hutterite Sojourn

    ZIP USA: Mount Airy, NC

    13 in stock

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