National Geographic February 1961
Exploring New Britain’s Land of Fire
Enduring torrential rains and a Christmas Day earthquake, an ornithologist’s expedition makes the first zoological survey of a dangerously rugged mountain region where even natives fear to tread.
How the Sun Gives Life to the Sea
The author explains how an astounding two- thirds of the world’s photosynthesis takes place in sunlit ocean waters.
The Fabulous State of Texas
Texans enjoy an economic boom fueled by oil and gas, while looking for ways to get more of the one thing they lack: sufficient fresh water.
Haiti- -West Africa in the West Indies
The poorest nation in the Americas looks forward to a better life thanks to a privately funded hospital and plans for a massive dam.
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