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Articles from Geographical (March 1, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
'The road from London to Aberistwith', John Ogilry, 1675. 323
A change of perspective. Wilson, Keith 1911
Across the ice. Cover story 521
Coal-lapse. Magrini, Marco 511
Discovering the North-West Passage. Butler, Roger Book review 296
Dreaming of Lions: My Life in the Wild Places. Fitch, Chris Book review 280
Dry me a river. 463
Frog respawn: a tree frog thought to have been extinct for 140 years has been rediscovered in the jungles of northeast India. Brief article 304
Giving a dam: an 'unprecedented boom' in dam construction on three of the world's largest rivers could have dire environmental consequences. 463
Into the valley: a community centre in the Spiti Valley near the border between northern India and western Tibet is aiming to revitalise traditional building methods in the region while improving the lives of those living in the harsh, high-altitude conditions. Presley, Paul 1531
Italy's forgotten tragedy. Bassi, Daniele 1814
Keeping control: the widely reported shaving of thousands of Muslim men in Tajikistan is the latest in a series of strict measures adopted by the country in recent years. 351
King of All Balloons. Wright, Jon Book review 278
Lifting the veil. Otto, Christoph Geographic overview 1961
Mark Evans. Travel narrative 953
Meat eaters. Hennig, Benjamin 529
North ISIS Sugar Mill, JP Thomson, 1896. Brief article 246
Online. 149
Preserving Hurley's legacy. 406
Royal Geographical Society (WITH IBG): selection of events for March. Calendar 661
Silver linings: torrential weather is boosting British renewable energy. Brief article 319
Sky high: the world continued surging upwards in 2015, breaking records for the number of new tall buildings built in a single year. Brief article 339
Ten of the best. List 639
The Egyptians: A Radical Story. Wright, Jon Book review 689
The geographical quiz. Brief article 192
The Great Soul of Siberia: In Search of the Elusive Siberian Tiger. Cole, Laura Book review 231
The New Germany. 423
The true cost of meat. Rowe, Mark 3571
The Tuareg. Herron, Mick Book review 264
Twin towns: Klaus Dodds is Professor of Geopolitics at Royal Holloway, University of London and author of Geopolitics: A Very Short Introduction. Dodds, Klaus 786
Ultralight across the Pyrenees. Deegan, Paul Travel narrative 1815
Under threat. Turner, Colin Letter to the editor 207
Up And About: The Hard Road to Everest. Herron, Mick Book review 366
Voo-don't. Rasmussen, Scott Letter to the editor 176
What lies beneath: deep in a subterranean, underwater cave system, questions are finally being answered about one the world's strangest amphibians. 417
Where in the world? 123
Where's the beef? Editorial 292
Women: the human mules of Congo's gold mines. Brief article 160
Writer's reads. Brief article 220

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