National Geographic August 2003


Alaska Wildlife Refuge { Alaska’s Coastal Refuge; Alaska’s Wild Archipelago}
Alaska’s Wild Archipelago A gale- swept refuge, imperiled marine mammals, and some of the most lucrative fisheries in the world make for stormy times on the last frontier. BY JOEL K. BOURNE, JR. PHOTOGRAPHS BY SUSIE POST RUST
Bohemian Paris { Marais; Bohemian Rhapsody: Paris}
Bohemian Rhapsody In the trendy Paris neighborhood of the Marais, cultures and lifestyles mix and match, and laissez- faire rules. BY CATHY NEWMAN PHOTOGRAPHS BY WILLIAM ALBERT ALLARD
Zimbabwe Upheaval { Zimbabwe’s Bitter Harvest; A Land Possessed}
Zimbabwe’s Bitter Harvest With the onset of land reform, whites lost farms, blacks lost jobs, and the country that once fed much of southern Africa lost the means to feed itself. BY PETER GODWIN PHOTOGRAPHS BY GIDEON MENDEL
Atacama Desert { Where Rain Never Falls; The Driest Place on Earth}
The Driest Place on Earth Parts of Chile’s Atacama Desert haven’t seen a drop of rain since recordkeeping began. Somehow, more than a million people squeeze life from this parched land. BY PRIIT ] . VESILIND PHOTOGRAPHS BY ] OEL SARTORE
15222: Come Hungry { Eating Big in Pittsburgh; ZipUSA: 15222; ZipUSA: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania}
ZipUSA: 15222 The Strip: 24 hours in Pittsburgh’s revitalized warehouse district means 24 hours of feasting and fun. BY RAPHAEL KADUSHIN PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVID McLAIN
Maya Royal City { Royal City of the Maya}
Royal City of the Maya For some 400 years the Maya reigned triumphant from Guatemala’s Piedras Negras. Then somebody kid- napped the king. BY MARGARET G. ZACKOWITZ PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARK A. PHILBRICK
Hidden Tribes of the Amazon { Into the Amazon}
Into the Amazon Brazilian explorer and social activist Sydney Possuelo believes his country’s uncontacted Indians should remain isolated. Why, then, is he risking his life to find them? BY SCOTT WALLACE PHOTOGRAPHS BY NICOLAS REYNARD

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