National Geographic March 2006 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine March 2006

National Geographic March 2006

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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

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