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Articles from Geographical (November 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
Abuse of power. Tinder, Mike Letter to the editor 252
Arctic ozone hit by cold winter. 271
Arctic sea-ice extent second lowest on record. Brief article 220
Canadian ice shelves breaking up. Brief article 231
Carbon emissions hit all-time high. Brief article 252
Construction driving China's emissions growth. Brief article 266
Deadly Waters: Inside the Hidden World of Somalia's Pirates. Herron, Mick Brief article 258
Deep ocean may be masking global warming. Brief article 292
Delivered from danger. 842
Delivering the goods: how we ensure that supplies reach their destination within 36 hours--anywhere in the world. 535
Down a blind alley. Column 362
Earthquake forecasts ten times better than guessing. Brief article 237
Equipment selections. Brief article 285
Foretelling reef collapse. Brief article 247
Geopolitical hotspot: Czech Republic. Dodds, Klaus 725
Giving Haiti survivors new hope. 655
Global salinity mapped from space. Brief article 248
Great migrations: the spectacle of animals moving en masse--whether it be wildebeest on the African pl or birds in British skies--presents wildlife photographers with an unrivalled opportunity to ply their craft. Keith Wilson offers his tips for making the most of the great migrations. Wilson, Keith 1435
Healthland rescue: once despised as uncultivated, uncivilised wasteland, the UK's heathland is today benefitting from the attention of conservationists. Evans, Paul 1609
Highland venture: every autumn, shepherds from all over New Zealand join forces in a monumental effort to round up prized merino wethers from the rocky, precipitous high country. Jamie Ball joined the muster on Lake Heron Station to find out what it's all about. Ball, Jamie 1938
Is there anything left to explore? 1233
Island life. 944
Jeremy Paxman. Edward, Olivia 880
Karama! Journeys through the Arab Spring. Herron, Mick Brief article 278
Land Matters. Smith, Nick Book review 296
Not so new. Pimm-Smith, Brian; Ramsey Letter to the editor 182
Porters crossing a river during Eric Shipton and Bill Tilman's 1934 Nanda Devi expedition. 370
Raw deal on maps. Spence, Mary Letter to the editor 192
Responsible imperialism. Wright, Jonathan 712
Reviving the spice of life: once renowned as the home of the world's finest pepper, Cambodia's Kampot province suffered under the Khmer Rouge and its pepper industry all but died out. But, as Tom Vater reports, a new initiative is helping to put the spice back into the life of Kampot. Vater, Tom 1216
Saving lives in Somalia: Hussein Sheikh Qassim works in the Medecins Sans Frontieres hospital in Marere, southern Somalia. 1072
Selection of events: Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). Calendar 430
Taken from the collections. 604
Ten of the best. 675
The New Atlas of World History: Global Events at a Glance. Herron, Mick Brief article 282
The Sea: A Cultural History. Wright, Jonathan Brief article 266
Time up for Old Beijing: as the race to transform Beijing into a global city continues, developers are tearing down traditional dwellings that have been at the centre of community life for centuries. In doing so, they are destroying its cultural heritage and devastating the lives of its residents. Gilett, Kit 2171
Top ten writer's reads. Heartfield, James Brief article 311
Trekking on ice: involuntary immersion in the freezing waters of the Zanskar River while walking its course in northern India gives Paul Deegan a lesson in trust, patience and luck, as well as a stiff test of his equipment. Deegan, Paul 1793
Trouble in pink paradise: home to one of the world's most important flamingo breeding colonies, Lake Natron in Tanzania has recently witnessed the growth of a successful ecotourism industry. However, conservationists and local communities are concerned about plans for a factory to harvest the lake's valuable soda-ash deposits. Kendall, Clare 1978
Ultimate Navigation Manual. Deegan, Paul Brief article 314
Urbanisation eating the world. Brief article 232

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