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Articles from Geographical (September 1, 2006)

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50 years ago today: Geographical September 1956. Brief article 162
A rich and heady cultural mix. Hoare, Natalie Book review 320
A selection of September's other Society events. Calendar 276
Adventure packed: planning on adding a bit more adventure to your holidays? Then get some kit tips from our equipment editor, Paul Deegan. Deegan, Paul Cover story 1796
Arctic sea level dropping. Brief article 160
Blood feud: attempts to use gene technology to trace the migration patterns of early humans have pitted scientists against indigenous peoples and the groups who represent them. Can a way be found through this ethical minefield, or will the scientists be forced to abandon their research? Furniss, Charlie 4291
China develops links with Africa. Brief article 184
Controversy is in our genes. Brief article 244
Crater lake changes colour. Brief article 107
England in Particular. Sargent, Jo Book review 275
Explorer's essentials: Rune Gjeldnes, Norwegian polar adventurer. Gjeldnes, Rune Brief article 223
Face of Exploration, Encounters with 50 Extraordinary Pioneers. Stephens, Rebecca Book review 290
Famous French landmark to become an island again. Brief article 104
First steps of the freed. Johnston, Harry 694
Geographical classic #34. Gearon, Eammon Book review 392
Geographical flags of the world Zimbabwe. Brief article 257
Going with the grain. 911
Half Gone: Oil, Gas, Hot Air and the Global Energy Crisis. Scott, Chloe Book review 315
Here comes the sun: sunrises and sunsets are photographic staples, so it's important to get your shots just right. This month, Keith Wilson tells you how. Wilson, Keith 1283
Historic shift from country to city. Hoare, Natalie Brief article 193
How slavery built a nation. Herron, Mick Book review 860
Japan's shrinking, ageing population causing concern. Brief article 145
Jewel in the crown. Deegan, Paul Letter to the editor 192
Journey a Lifetime broadcast. Brief article 143
Lecture of the month: exploring the Incas. 163
Linking climate and migration. Dow, Greg 455
Nabeel's Song. Gibson, Sian Book review 302
Natalie Hoare in conversation with ... Dipal Barua. Hoare, Natalie Interview 890
New Orleans sinking ... in more ways than one. Brief article 132
New regulations for Antarctic tourism. Rowe, Mark Brief article 294
On Namibia's conservation trail: with its national parks packed with 'Big Five' game and its impressive sand dunes, Namibia is a classic adventure-safari destination. But for all the gloss of the travel brochures, there are some serious wildlife conservation issue at stake. Smith, Nick 2143
Outdoor clothing with a green twist. Brief article 134
Personal offerings to the spirits made by Tibetan pilgrims litter the sacred slopes of Mount Kawa Karpo, Yunnan Province, China, one of the most sacred mountains in Tibet. 120
Portrait of an Oscar Wilde-ish monster. James, Victoria Book review 375
Portraits of injustice. Armitage, Emma Letter to the editor 104
Power to the pedallers. 139
Pushing the planet to its limits. Lynas, Mark Book review 292
Royal Geographical Society with IBG: advancing geography and geographical learning. Brief article 267
Sibling rivalry writ large on the shores of the Mediterranean. Herron, Mick Book review 253
Skin conditions: medical advice from Jason Gibbs, head pharmacist at Nomad Travel stores and health clinics. 410
Ten Highlander picnic packs to give away. Brief article 108
Ten of the best. 721
The Ambassadors: From Ancient Greece to the Nation State. Herron, Mick Book review 247
The devil's advocates. Sargent, Jo 2617
The end of the roam? Under a banner of modernisation and conservation, China is quietly moving Tibet's nomadic peoples from their land. Poorly educated, unskilled and ruthlessly exploited by corrupt officials, many are now struggling to survive. McGuire, Lizzie 2060
The exhibition road experience. Cook, Eliza 426
The Geographical Good Guide Guide: helping you choose that vitally important, but often rather confusing, item of kit: the guidebook. Product/service evaluation 147
The Meaning of the 21st Century: A Vital Blueprint for Ensuring Our Future. Herron, Mick Book review 284
The other side of the GM debate. Purdy, Sarah; Furniss, Charlie Letter to the editor 590
The road to riches the road to ruin: Brazil's decision to pay for the development of a route linking the country with Peru's Pacific ports is viewed by many as vital for the economies of both countries. But those who live along the route fear that, while it will bring prosperity for some, the road will also bring social and environmental problems for others. Hamilton, Dominic 2442
Top 10 writer's reads. Brief article 285
White death: last winter, avalanches claimed a record number of lives in the French Alps. Is global warming to blame, or is it simply that more skiers and snowboarders are venturing away from the safety of the pistes? Charlotte Davies talks to those working to understand this mysterious force of nature. Davies, Charlotte 2456
Your headwear, I presume: Henry Morton Stanley's pith helmet. 352

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