National Geographic September 1980


Islam’s Troubled Heartland { Islam Up in Arms; Islam’s Heartland, Up in Arms}
A panorama of unrest from Afghanistan to Africa is surveyed by GEOGRAPHIC writer- photographer Thomas J. Abercrombie and detailed on a timely new supplement map.
Saudi Arabia: The Kingdom and Its Power
Oil wealth beyond imagination has come to a nomadic, patriarchal, long- impoverished desert society. Robert Azzi, a U. S. photojournalist with access to Arabia’s royal family, reveals how the nation is dealing with overwhelming change.
Undersea World of a Kelp Forest
Biologist Sylvia A. Earle and marine cameraman Al Giddings find kaleidoscopic life amid seaweed off California’s Santa Catalina island.
September, Remember. .. Atlantic Waters Spawn the Deadly, Unpredictable Hurricane! { Hurricane! ; Into the Eye of David ; Dominica }
Each summer huge tropical cyclones whirl out of the Atlantic and Caribbean toward North America – – and each year people forget their potential for devastation.
Madawaska: French Accent Down East { Madawaska: Down East With a French Accent}
In a tranquil valley along Maine’s border with Canada, national divisions blur as independent- minded people cling to tradition. By Perry Garfinkel and Cary Wolinsky.

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