National Geographic February 2001


Andes Journey { In the Shadow of the Andes: A Personal Journey}
Andes Journey On familiar ground, an Ecuadorian explores lifeways shaped by the lofty range that spans a continent. ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY PABLO CORRAL VEGA
Bushmen: Last Stand for Southern Africa’s First People
Bushmen Southern Africa’s hunter- gatherers seek a foothold. BY PETER GODWIN PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHRIS JOHNS
Update From the Field: A Report From the National Geographic Society’s Committee for Research and Exploration
Update From the Field Elephants, ice, and architecture- nothing escapes the purposeful gaze of the Society’s research grantees.
Jewel Scarabs
Jewel Scarabs Gleaming beetles from Central America attract insect enthusiasts and offer hope for saving a priceless habitat. BY RONALD D. CAVE PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVID HAWKS
Mars { A Mars Never Dreamed Of}
Mars As the Mars Global Surveyor beams home unprecedented images, our assumptions about the red planet explode. BY KATHY SAWYER IMAGES BY NASA/ IPL/ MALIN SPACE SCIENCE SYSTEMS Map Supplement: Mars Revealed
New Jersey Meadowlands { Swamps of New Jersey: The Meadowlands}
New Jersey Meadowlands Home to rivers of grass and rabid sports fans, a onetime trash heap shines in Manhattan’s shadow. BY RICHARD CONNIFF PHOTOGRAPHS BY MELISSA FARLOW
ZipUSA: 96795: The Hawaiians’ Hawaii { ZipUSA: Waimanalo, Hawaii}
ZipUSA: Waimanalo, Hawaii Outriggers rule in the Hawaiians’ Hawaii. BY TOM O’ NEILL PHOTOGRAPHS BY JODI COBB
Paintings of the Spirit: Rock Art Opens a New Window Into the Bushman World
Paintings of the Spirit Ancient rock art sheds light on the trance experiences of Bushman shamans. BY DAVID LEWIS- WILLIAMS PHOTOGRAPHS BY KENNETH GARRETT


Included: View from Pathfinder lander of the Ares Vallis showing Pathfinder’ s rover, Sojourner, pressed up against the rock Yogi; illustrated time line shows epochs and the events that shaped the planet; a second timeline traces human interest in Mars b
DESTINATION MARS(20 1/4 x 31 1/4 inches)
Map is a mosaic of about thousand images taken since 1999 by the Mars Orbiter Camera ( MOC) on board Mars Global Surveyor. ; Included: Landing ( or crash) sites of U. S. and U. S. S. R. missions; table compares diameter, mass, surface area, surface gravi

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