National Geographic July 2002 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine July 2002

National Geographic July 2002

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Bald Eagles: Majesty in Motion { Bald Eagles Come Back from the Brink}
Bald Eagles Our majestic national bird is flying high over much of its former range and may soon be off the endangered list. BY JOHN L. ELIOT PHOTOGRAPHS BY NORBERT ROSING
Raising [ Hunley] : Civil War Sub { Secret Weapon of the Confederacy; The [ H. L. Hunley] : Secret Weapon of the Confederacy}
Secret Weapon of the Confederacy In 1864 eight sailors slipped out of Charleston in an ingenious submarine, sank a Union ship, and disappeared- until now. BY GLENN OELAND PHOTOGRAPHS BY IRA BLOCK
America's Nuclear Waste { Nuclear Waste: Seeking Solutions; Half- Life: The Lethal Legacy of America's Nuclear Waste}
America's Nuclear Waste The search for permanent solutions heats up as tons of highly radioactive sludge, spent fuel, and contaminated soil pile up around the nation. BY MICHAEL E. LONG PHOTOGRAPHS BY PETER ESSICK
Somalia: A Failed State? { In Focus: Somalia: A Failed State? }
Somalia A civilian army of entrepreneurs and expatriates offers hope in this East African nation, bloodied by warring clans. BY ANDREW COCKBURN
ZipUSA: 20024: A Capital Waterfront { ZipUSA: Washington, D. C. }
ZipUSA: 20024 At the Maine Avenue Fish Wharf in Washing- ton, D. C. , you can haggle over the price of crabs or hang out with the neighboring live- aboards just minutes from the Capitol. BY ANGUS PHILLIPS PHOTOGRAPHS BY LANDON NORDEMAN
The Philippines
Hotspot: The Philippines Amid poverty, coral reefs rocked by dynamite fishing, and once lush islands stripped by logging, con- servationists rush to preserve endemic species. BY PRIIT J. VESILIND PHOTOGRAPHS BY TIM LAMAN
The Big Bloom: Birth of Flowering Plants { The Rise of Life on Earth: The Big Bloom; The Big Bloom: How Flowering Plants Changed the World}
The Big Bloom Essential to life- and to romance- flowering plants lure paleobotanists with the sweet mystery of their origin. BY MICHAEL KLESIUS PHOTOGRAPHS BY JONATHAN BLAIR

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