National Geographic January 2004 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine January 2004

National Geographic January 2004

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Patagonia: The Wild Wild South { Patagonia: Land of the Living Wind}
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. BY SIMON WORRALL PHOTOGRAPHS BY PETER ESSICK
The Himba People { The Mystical Himba of Southern Africa; Himba: Consulting the Past, Divining the Future}
The Himba People Romanticized by tourists, Namibia's Himba struggle to maintain control of their life and lands. BY KAREN E. LANGE PHOTOGRAPHS BY CAROL BECKWITH AND ANGELA FISHER
Himalayan Sanctuary { India's Hanle Valley; In Their Own World: The Sacred Community of India's Forbidden Hanle Valley}
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. BY KAREN E. LANGE PHOTOGRAPHS BY MATTIAS KLUM
Breaking the Ice { Probing the Frozen Arctic; Northern Exposure}
Breaking the Ice Scientists eager to explore the Arctic's Canada Basin find getting there is one challenge. Getting data is another. BY JENNIFER STEINBERG HOLLAND PHOTOGRAPHS BY PAUL NICKLEN
Bronze Age Map of the Stars { Star Search}
Star Search Relic thieves, a 3, 600- year- old disk of the heavens, and an intrepid archaeologist add up to a real- life thriller. BY HARALD MELLER PHOTOGRAPHS BY KENNETH GARRETT
59631: Mining for Miracles { Mining for Miracles in Montana; ZipUSA: 59631; ZipUSA: Basin, Montana}
ZipUSA: 59631 Folks come from all over to sit in a Montana mine and inhale radioactive gas. Is it good for what ails them? BY KIRA SALAK PHOTOGRAPHS BY LANDON NORDEMAN
Mars: Is There Life in the Ancient Ice? { Mars Revisited; Mars: Planet Ice}
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? BY OLIVER MORTON

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