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Articles from National Parks (January 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
A dream nearly realized: monument to Martin Luther King becoming a reality. Kirkwood, Scott Brief article 324
A pledge for the Centennial. Kiernan, Thomas C. 386
And the winner is ... Brief article 146
Below the surface: centuries ago, Kentucky slaves interpreted Mammoth Cave's history. And in the process, they became a part of it. Marquis, Amy Leinbach 843
But wait, there's more. Yamauchi, Carla Letter to the editor 297
Change is in the cards: new "America the Beautiful" pass introduced in January. Kirkwood, Scott Brief article 292
Corrections. Correction notice 83
Crying wolf. Payne, Heather Letter to the editor 186
Echoes. Brief article 180
Instant life: just add water: in the harsh arid landscape of Canyonlands National Park, some peculiar organisms spring to life after only a few inches of rainfall. Minard, Anne 834
On thin ice: harbor seals in Alaska's Glacier Bay have seen a dramatic decline in recent years, and biologists aren't sure why. Kirkwood, Scott 796
Open to interpretation: the National Park Service is making a concerted effort to share all of the nation's treasures with all of America--including those with disabilities. Shteir, Seth 1691
Seeing the forest for the trees. Brief article 113
Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks: California. Brandenburg, Jim Brief article 131
Something for nothing. Mangus, Dax Letter to the editor 263
Spreading the wealth: scientists are making groundbreaking discoveries in the national parks--but what's in it for the parks? Marquis, Amy Leinbach 979
The future of the mall. Brief article 104
The gatekeepers: Amy Meyer is one of a handful of citizens and politicians who devoted years to the creation of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, a story told in her book, New Guardians for the Golden Gate. Interview 603
The lost arch: guidebooks measure trail mileage down to the foot and pin a mountain's elevations to the inch, but how can you put mystery on a map? Rennicke, Jeff Viewpoint essay 1142
The next evolution. Kirkwood, Scott Brief article 317
The refuge: the National Elk Refuge--in the shadow of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks--may be doing more to harm elk than anyone would ever expect. Tweit, Susan J. Cover story 2017
War below the canopy: Park Service managers throughout the East are finding new ways to fend off the hemlock woolly adelgid. Toops, Connie 1739
Winter wonderland: from herons to heroes, New York City's national parks have plenty to offer at the dawn of the new year. Barone, Jeanine 1828

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