National Geographic August 1905 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine August 1905


The Philippines
Responding to British criticism in this Society address, Secretary of War William H. Taft vociferously defends U. S. policies regarding education and self- governance in the Philippines.
Deforestation and Climate
Do forests and, conversely, deforestation contribute to shifts in climate? If the changes tracked over time in countries like Greece and Algeria are any indication, the answer seems to be a resounding yes.
Forestry Abroad and at Home
The Bureau of Forestry chief compares U. S. management and conservation with other countries' more long- standing efforts and discusses the positive results of federal forest reserves.
The Central Great Plains
In an attempt to track underground water sources in arid Plains states, investigators study subterranean rivers flowing hundreds of miles, allowing for numerous well springs of surprising strength.


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MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES(36 1/8 x 24 in.)

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