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Articles from Geographical (February 1, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
A tribe apart. (travel news). Amodeo, Christian Brief Article 274
Animal farm. (worldwatch). Alexander, Doug Brief Article 107
Back to the future: Paul Blackman embarks on a journey of discovery at the National Maritime Museum's new exhibition. Brief Article 282
Balloon breakthrough. (exploration & discovery). Amodeo, Christian Brief Article 199
Better safe than sorry. Winser, Shane Brief Article 221
Bridge over troubled water. (Editorial). Gardner, Tina Editorial 360
Cannibals win at festivals. (exploration & discovery). Amodeo, Christian Brief Article 214
Cites loosens grip on ivory. (Southern Africa). Flatt, Emma Brief Article 305
Clearing the air. (letters). Salter, Edward 254
Driving vision. (Go Your Own Way). 140
Eco-rating in Africa. (News). Flatt, Emma Brief Article 253
Events at the society. (In society: a round-up of news, views and events happening this month at the society). Calendar 262
Everest a defining achievement 1953-2003: mark the 50th anniversary of the first ascent of Everest with a royal gala celebration and a limited-edition print by Keith Shackleton. 409
Explore 2002. (In society: a round-up of news, views and events happening this month at the society). Brief Article 185
Extra jab advice. (letters). Easmon, Charlie 127
Eyes in the skies: in the past ten years, the number of people making use of satellite technology has soared. Christian Amodeo examines how it is revolutionising our lives. (Satellites). Amodeo, Christian 2698
Geographical travel: take a trip back in time with one of our fascinating historical holidays, dive into the warm turquoise waters of the great barrier reef and chat with Doug Scott, the first Briton to climb mount Everest, about his efforts to help porters in Nepal. (Responsible Travel). Brief Article 252
Green history. Murgatroyd, Jocelyn Book Review 206
Guide to the Gudigwa. (News). Flatt, Emma 502
High ideals: since becoming the first Briton to climb mount Everest, Doug Scott has turned his attention to helping Nepali porters and their villages. Christian Amodeo talks to him about his charity community action Nepal and its sister outfit community action treks. (Travel For A Living). Amodeo, Christian Interview 740
Himalayan highs and lows. (From The Editor). Editorial 443
International annual conference 2003. (In society: a round-up of news, views and events happening this month at the society). Brief Article 125
Island reborn. (Italy). Amodeo, Christian Brief Article 190
John Blashford-Snell: Colonel John Blashford-Snell is in a remote part of Guyana, where he's helping a local tribe set up a sustainable business, and tuning its grand piano. The explorer, who is best known for his reed-boat adventures, spoke to Christian Amodeo until the solar-charged batteries of his satellite phone ran out. Amodeo, Christian Interview 765
Kingdom in the east. Ferry, Brenna Book Review 304
Lost world mapped. (News). Brief Article 268
Mobile mapping. (Go Your Own Way). 155
Mouse maps. (Go Your Own Way). Brief Article 296
No-spoil holidays. (Prize Letter). Splettstoesser, John 224
Norwegian rower breaks record. (News). Brief Article 172
Picking up the pieces. Murgatroyd, Jocelyn Book Review 259
Portrait of the sea. Bowles, Philip Book Review 276
Proud to be a tourist. (letters). Barnaby, David 239
Regional events. (In society: a round-up of news, views and events happening this month at the society). Calendar 228
Return of the otter. (UK). Blackman, Paul Brief Article 111
Revelling in the past. (Venice Carnival). Wijnands, Jochem 757
Rhino gloves. (India). Flatt, Emma Brief Article 143
Rich land, poor land: experts are predicting that Angola may soon overtake Saudi Arabia as the world's principal oil producer. So why, asks Andrew Brackenbury, are its people dying of hunger? (Angola). Brackenbury, Andrew 1871
Seahorse safety net. (Global). Amodeo, Christian Brief Article 150
Shifting units. (Go Your Own Way). 115
Thai in the sky. (travel news). Shalgosky, Charlotte Brief Article 134
The great 101 travel questions competition. 149
The race to stem the reef's grief: as one of the seven natural wonders of the world, it's hardly surprising that Australia's Great Barrier Reef receives about two million visitors each year. But how much longer will it be able to withstand such pressure? Matthew Brace reports on a new scheme designed to reduce the impact of tourism on the world's most extensive reef system. Brace, Matthew 883
The Rough Guide to the Music of Mexico. Blackman, Paul Sound Recording Review 136
The tip of the iceberg. (Cleaning Up Antarctica). Currington, Matt 723
The world at your fingertips: Garmin's latest GPS unit is its most sturdy and user-friendly yet. Its extra features ensure that whether you're navigating through a city, trekking on a mountain, or even gliding above one, it will always be your best friend. (Geographical Promotion). 450
Time travel: if you're after more than a tan from your next holiday, let rough guides authors Robin Eagles, Mark Ellingham, Michael Haag, Ian Littlewood, Gordon W McLachlan, Neil Roland and Justin Wintle lead you around some of the world's great historical sites. (Historical Holidays). Eagles, Robin; Ellingham, Mark; Haag, Michael; Littlewood, Ian; McLachlan, Gordon W; Roland, Neil; W Directory 4300
Trekking into trouble: as Nepal prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Hillary and Tenzing's ascent of Everest, Stephen Goodwin reports on the crises that are tearing the country apart. (Nepal In Crisis). Goodwin, Stephen 1658
Turning tourist dollars into school books. (Tourism Concern). Barnett, Patricio Brief Article 253
Victorinox. 585
War & peace: hordes of heavy-booted soldiers hardly seem like the natural allies of butterflies and juniper bushes, but with 3,500 sites under its control, the ministry of defence oversees some of the UK's most important wildlife refuges Martin Varley discovers that birds and bombs are happily co-exiting across Britain. (Defence Land). Varley, Martin 1554

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