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Articles from Geographical (September 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
A Fatal Obsession: The Women of Cho Oyu--A Reporting Saga. Harris, Rebecca Book review 346
A New Green History of the World. Herron, Mick Book review 251
A selection of September's events. Calendar 405
A woman's work ... Brief article 212
Adventure for all. Humphreys, Alastair Letter to the editor 290
Alan Hinkes: first British climber to reach the summits of all of the world's 8,000-metre-plus mountains. Hinkes, Alan Brief article 262
Ancient agriculture unearthed in Peru. 261
Beating the cold. Brief article 208
Cardboard camping comes to festivals. Brief article 125
Chilean lake disappearance baffles scientists. Brief article 282
China Revealed: A Portrait of the Rising Dragon. Herron, Mick Book review 271
China to build road to Everest. 184
Chip fat to oil McDonald's delivery chain. Brief article 111
Coral cordon between China and Japan. 268
Error is blowing in the wind. Williams, John Letter to the editor 112
Event of the month. Brief article 139
Evidence of ancient civilisation discovered in Sudan. 231
Exploring the Islands of England and Wales. Wright, Jonathan Book review 247
Freeze frames: geo photo: from the Golden Age to the modern day, photography has had a central role to play in polar expeditions. Wilson, Keith 1189
Gas emissions from livestock to be addressed. Brief article 168
Gertrude Bell's theodelite: the British traveller, archaeologist and spy used this surveying tool to draw up the borders of modern-day Iraq. 547
Grappling with change. Steains, Reuben Photograph 464
Heavy-duty illumination. Brief article 155
Here Be Yaks. Evans, Patrick Book review 297
High hopes: as Lebanon's tourism industry slowly begins to rebuild itself following the recent conflict with Israel, the opening of a new mountain walking trail that follows old paths and tracks that date back to pre-Roman times is bringing hope to remote communities. Nick Haslam was among the first to sample the trail, which offers glimpses of a way of life that has changed little for centuries. Haslam, Nick 2073
Historical mapping series. Brief article 210
Hollow world: the mountains of Gunung Mulu National Park in Sarawk in Malaysia Borneo are riddled with immense caverns, including some of the largest ever discovered. Earlier this year, a joint British--Malaysian team headed below ground to explore this vast subterranean labyrinth. Shone, Robbie 1771
How to grab the moment? Pilkington, John Brief article 155
Journeying to far frontiers. Brief article 296
Lipsmacking Backpacking: How to Cook on Your Travels. Herron, Mick Brief article 268
Little Mongolia: transplanted 2,000 kilometres from their native land three quarters of a millennium ago, the Mongolians of Xinmen village in China's Yunnan province have held on tightly to their ancient heritage. But as China's economic boom brings modernity to this remote rural settlement, their grip is beginning to loosen. Chambers, Sam 1983
Mirror to Damascus. Smith, Nick Brief article 310
National income: the global wealth gap keeps on growing. 206
No link between climate change and sun's activity. Brief article 186
Not-so-happy holidays. Herron, Mick Book review 937
Putting geography on the map. Breckon, Jonathan 519
Rebecca Hosking. Interview 1054
Reinventing the wheel: in Liberia, civil war and economic collapse have seen the humble wheelbarrow become a vital player in the national economy. Popular Josh meets the men who keep monrovia moving. Josh, Popular 1041
Return of the rains. Anderson, Jeremy Letter to the editor 142
Russia claims additional chunk of Arctic. 206
Saving Planet Earth. Wright, Jonathan Book review 294
Sound amazing: thanks to the digital revolution, it's now easier than ever before to record high-quality audio on portable equipment. Tessa McGregor offers her tips on the best kit for capturing the sounds of the wild. McGregor, Tessa 1585
Sprains and strains in the wilderness: medical advice from Wilderness Medical Training by Dr Lucy Reed and Barry Roberts. Reed, Lucy; Roberts, Barry 517
Suffolk Coast and heaths. Sargent, Jo 2004
Ten of the best. 546
The challenges of Chagos. MacLennan, David Letter to the editor 369
The geographical good guide guide: helping you choose that vitally important; but often rather confusing, item of kit: the guidebook. Brief article 127
The Guiana Travels of Robert Schomburgk, 1835-1844. Smith, Nick Book review 319
The hell-borbe traffic: William Owen and the African slave trade. Goodman, Jordan 2103
The problem with popularity. Torr, Geordie 323
The shape of things to come: were the devastating floods of June and July the result of climate change? Having shifted the sandbags from his front door. Warwick, Hugh 915
The Way of the World. Smith, Nick Brief article 287
Top 10 writer's reads. 252
Trampled temples: tourists visiting the World Heritage-listed ruins of Angkor in northwestern Cambodia bring much-needed foreign cash to one of Southeast Asia s poorest countries. But numbers are growing more rapidly than at any other World Heritage site, putting unprecedented pressure on these important monuments. Tyler, Leisa Cover story 2106
Trial to reduce energy consumption. Brief article 183
Tunguska mystery solved? 282
Why so little for Wally? Bourne, Thomas Letter to the editor 115
World heritage list gets longer. Brief article 155

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