National Geographic June 2007


Ice on the Run, Seas on the Rise { Vanishing Sea Ice; The Big Thaw; Arctic Ice Edge}
Polar bears could face extinction, whales go hungry, and seals have nowhere to rest- all because of the warming Arctic. TEXT AND PHOTOGRAPHS BY PAUL NICKLEN
Big Thaw { The Big Thaw}
From Greenland to Antarctica, the world is losing its ice faster than anyone thought possible. Can humans slow the melting? BY TIM APPENZELLER PHOTOGRAPHS BY JAMES BALOG
Panama Bats { Panama’s Adaptable Bats; Winged Victors: Panama’s Adaptable Bats}
Seventy- four species of bats flourish on one small Panamanian island, carving out distinct niches for habitat and forage. BY JENNIFER S. HOLLAND PHOTOGRAPHS BY CHRISTIAN ZIEGLER
China’s Boomtowns { China’s Instant Cities}
How one supercharged province cranks out lightbulbs, buttons, and bra rings, as well as instant cities for the factory workers. BY PETER HESSLER PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARK LEONG
Arlington National Cemetery { Sacred Square Mile; Arlington: The Nation’s Cemetery}
More than 300, 000 Americans- from privates to Presidents- are buried in Arlington National Cemetery. But space is running out. BY RICK ATKINSON
The Man Who Named Plants { The Name Giver; Carl Linnaeus: A Passion for Order}
Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus was an early information architect. He believed that every kind of plant and animal on Earth should be named and classified. BY DAVID QUAMMEN PHOTOGRAPHS BY HELENE SCHMITZ

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