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Articles from Americas (English Edition) (March 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
A Canadian Oasis: the dry grasslands and open pine forests of Southern British Columbia are an endangered ecosystem being threatened by the human settlement it attracts. Brando, Aldo 1559
A contribution to peace. 330
Abraham Lincoln And The American Dream. Diaz, Hector Pena 1637
Art theft online. Werner, Louis 719
Belize takes chess. Stalker, Ian 677
Cafe de los maestros. Holston, Mark 1463
Calendar requests. Cartwright, Jackson B. Letter to the editor 152
Chiapas delight. Cedillos, Blanca Letter to the editor 92
HIV/AIDS managing a pandemic: as advances in prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS are being made, some areas of the Americas are making progress in the battle against this devastating disease. Chelala, Cesar 1992
Hungry for reviews. Canales, Manuel Letter to the editor 120
Interview with Jose Miguel Varas. Landa, Luis Interview 1658
Participatory mapping empowers patrimony: a team of geographers and archaeologists are collaborating with indigenous communities in Tiltepec, Mexico to put their lands and languages on the map. Brady, Scott 2462
Port of Spain takes center stage: Trinidad and Tobago's capital has been preparing for its star turn as host of two major international summits in 2009. Conaway, Janelle 2563
President Obama and the OAS. Shifter, Michael 1664
Remnants of an intercontinental railway: considered one of the most difficult engineering tasks in the world, the Guayaquil-Quito Railroad continues to inspire awe and admiration 100 years after its completion. Holston, Mark 2174
Response to the world crisis. Cattivelli, Adrian 397
Spotlight on Central American Art. Wyels, Joyce Gregory 444
The future of hydroelectricity from Patagonia? Barraclough, Colin 1725
The future of the region in the global context. Cattivelli, Adrian 523
The houses that bottles built. Talavera, Alex 502
The new master of horror movies. Contreras, Jaime Perales 1806
The widow and the bicycle. Varas, Jose Miguel Short story 957
Water--energy of the earth: high in the clouds of the Andean paramos, wetlands and grasslands are storing a vital lifesource for Bogota and its surrounding municipalities. Balaguer, Alejandro Travel narrative 1859

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