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Articles from Geographical (May 1, 2009)

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2009 Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards: vote for the cleanest, greenest and most responsible travel companies, destinations, operators and individuals for a chance to win an eight-day Kenyan safari for two. 826
A new stash. Brief article 156
Big park, bigger issues: established last year in the northwest of China, Kanas National Park is one of the world's largest. But officials must find ways to keep tourism levels sustainable and accommodate the ethnic Tuwa people who live there. Borg, Victor Paul 1923
Boots moulded to fit. Brief article 102
Boundary issues: disputes over territorial boundaries have a habit of turning ugly. And when they do, governments are increasingly turning to the geographers at the International Boundaries Research Unit at Durham University for advice. Olivia Edward meets the men and women who know where to draw the line. Edward, Olivia 1768
British breakthrough. Brief article 262
Catch of the day. 804
Cleaning up coal power. Brief article 166
Collecting Marilyns. Broadhead, Moira Letter to the editor 183
Dedham Vale: straddling the counties of Essex and Suffolk, Dedham Vale AONB is in the heart of Constable Country, a rural idyll of sleepy farming villages that provided a wealth of inspiration for one of Britain's favourite landscape painters. Natalie Hoare reports from the quintessential English countryside. Hoare, Natalie 1565
Discovering the world. 315
Drift women's Milatex[TM] music jacket. Brief article 185
Drought causing Iraqi marshes to shrink again. Brief article 262
Event of the month. Brief article 284
Fish deployed to restore algae-clogged freshwater lake. Brief article 263
Flower powder: girls! Go forth and make the slopes blossom, bring some colour to the monotone mountains. Buyers guide 336
For All the Tea in China: Espionage, Empire and the Secret Formula for the World's Favourite Drink. Wright, Jonathan Book review 287
Geographical competition. Brief article 116
Granite and Grit: A Walker's Guide to the Geology of British Mountains. Herron, Mick Book review 271
Head for the hills in Hemel Hempstead. Brief article 183
High5-Austria: one for the Afionados, Austria has something for everyone Rob Freeman hunts down the best bits. Freeman, Rob 1390
High5-France. Rostron, Isobel 800
High5-Whistler: is everything in north America bigger and better? Geordie Torr gives his top five reasons for visiting Canada's Whistler Blackcomb. Torr, Geordie 740
Into the blue: Day-Glo purples and orange may come and quickly go, but baby blue under a matching sky is an enduring classic. Buyers guide 260
Kate Marsden's watch: used by the explorer and humanitarian during her trip to help the Siberian lepers. 541
Kool for kids: cold, wet children are no fun. Dry, warm kids love the snow. Get the right stuff with TOG 24. Buyers guide 293
Mannahatta: A Natural History of New York City. Herron, Mick Book review 273
Men in black: get down to business, gents. The new black is, well, black. Perhaps a touch of grey, maybe a pinstripe. Buyers guide 449
Mix to match: it's all in the mix. Textures, materials and colours. Go for it. Buyers guide 227
Mother of all passes. Brief article 296
Not so sweet. Murn, Campbell Letter to the editor 316
Ocean fertilisation may not be climate change fix. Brief article 197
Permafrost 'time bomb' ready to explode. Brief article 188
Philippines. Dodds, Klaus 646
Rate of erosion doubles along north Alaskan coastline. Brief article 295
Revolutionary new play range from TOG 24. Brief article 194
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) selection of events. Calendar 429
Runs for your life. List 189
Scarred for life. Clajot, Jean-Michel 1126
Sounding out nature's fury: the frequent violent activity of Volcan de Colima in southwestern Mexico, combined with a large nearby population, makes it one of the world's most hazardous volcanoes. Charlie Furniss meets a team of scientists using innovative sonic techniques to predict its eruptions. Furniss, Charlie 1511
Subglacial mountain range rivals the Alps. Brief article 301
Surinam: Stumbling Through the Dark Heart of South America's Forgotten Jungle. Herron, Mick Book review 273
Swanning around: with its graceful curves, regal bearing and urban ubiquity, the mute swan is an ideal subject for photography. But those brilliant white feathers can create problems. Wilson, Keith 1736
Sweet Water and Bitter: The Ships that Stopped the Slave Trade. Wright, Jonathan Book review 299
Talal Akasheh. Hoare, Natalie 862
Ten of the best. Buyers guide 661
That moment: the winner of the overland category is James Derry of Panama City, Panama. Essay 469
The Dead Yard: Tales of Modern Jamaica. Herron, Mick Book review 267
The easy guide to the latest budget routes. Brief article 260
The sweet smell of ethical scents: the glamorous allure of a heady perfume has proved irresistible to consumers around the world for decades. But behind the chic brand names and celebrity endorsements, what are the current ethical credentials of an industry that, not so long ago, routinely tested its products on animals? Lambert, Victoria 1474
The unkindest cut? Torr, Geordie Editorial 316
Tog 24 stores & other stockists. Directory 1119
Top ten writers reads. Crane, Nicholas Brief article 280
Up the river (but with a paddle): this month, a report from the field as Ed Stafford describes the contents of his rucksack as he attempts to become the first person to walk the entire length of the Amazon River. Stafford, Ed Cover story 1718
When help becomes harm. Wright, Jonathan Book review 751
Where's the humanity? Tye, Rob Letter to the editor 161
Wild java in a cage: the Indonesian island of Java has one of the world's highest diversities of songbirds. But the increasing popularity of a peculiar sport has some people worried about the future of Java's wild songbirds. Blakey, Jenna 1189
Win a 5-star whistler trip: TOG 24 has teamed up with Whistler Blackcomb and the Fairmont Chateau Whistler luxury hotel to offer a 5,000 [pounds sterling] five-star winter sports holiday of a lifetime for two people. 348
Yucatan asteroid didn't wipe out dinosaurs, says study. Brief article 259

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