National Geographic January 2002 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine January 2002

National Geographic January 2002

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U. S. S. [ Enterprise] : Zip on the High Seas { ZipUSA: 09543- 2810: The Big E; ZipUSA: U. S. S. [ Enterprise] }
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. BY T. R. REID PHOTOGRAPHS BY TERU KUWAYAMA
China's Unknown Gobi: Heart of the Desert { Alashan: China's Unknown Gobi}
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. BY DONOVAN WEBSTER PHOTOGRAPHS BY GEORGE STEINMETZ
Wolf to Woof { The Evolution of Dogs: Wolf to Woof}
Wolf to Woof After wild dogs learned not to bite the hand that fed them, French poodles weren't far behind. BY KAREN E. LANGE PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT CLARK
World of Islam: United by Faith { In Focus: The World of Islam}
In Focus: World of Islam Earth's fastest growing religion, with six million followers in the U. S. alone, reveals striking diversity. BY DON BELT
The New Europe: Instant Superpower { The New Europe}
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. BY T. R. REID PHOTOGRAPHS BY STUART FRANKLIN
Hotspots: Preserving Pieces of a Fragile Biosphere
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. BY
Dogs: A Love Story { A Love Story: Our Bond With Dogs}
A Love Story Some dogs work for us- hunting, herding, guiding- but others just dote on us, and we love them for it. BY ANGUS PHILLIPS PHOTOGRAPHS BY RICHARD OLSENIUS

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