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Articles from National Parks (January 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
379.1 height, in feet. Brief article 97
A bear of a problem: it's getting harder to spot brown bears in Katmai National Preserve, and nobody is quite sure why. Kirkwood, Scott 860
A modern interpretation: want to experience a national park? Just click, and listen. Marquis, Amy Leinbach Brief article 223
A silent explosion: new legislation could put a forgotten naval site on the National Park System map. Marquis, Amy Leinbach 825
Check your vision. Butcher, Russ Letter to the editor 141
Echoes. 170
Events. Calendar 216
Eye-opener. Book review 108
Fire in the sky: the aurora borealis lights up the sky above several national parks in Alaska, but what complex forces are behind the fireworks? Kirkwood, Scott 888
Flying high: a victory for the California condor. Kirkwood, Scott 320
Ghosts of steamtown: a photographer finds inspiration in the locomotives of Steamtown National Historic Site. Shive, Ian 721
Going nowhere fast: a migration route north of Yellowstone is being pinched by human development, and the park's pronghorn antelope are feeling the squeeze. Arrandale, Tom 1816
Looking back: a prisoner of the Japanese-American internment camp at Minidoka recalls his time there, 60 years ago. Kirkwood, Scott Interview 990
Make National Parks a national priority. Kiernan, Thomas C. 448
Moving stories. Kirkwood, Scott Editorial 239
Paved with good intentions. Neale, Patrick Letter to the editor 443
Recovery, at a turtle's pace: Padre Island National Seashore has given an endangered sea turtle a fighting chance. And it only took 30 years to do it. Marquis, Amy Leinbach 839
Take a hike. Yale-Peabody, Diane; Peabody, Gerry; Buckland, Ron Letter to the editor 277
The best things in life are free. Schaber, Carolina Letter to the editor 148
The big green bus: a college student spreads the word about renewable energy, and renews his own spirit in the process. Raines, Nate 1333
The swirl of species: sometimes the best way to witness the marvel of migration is to find a national park and just stay put. Rennicke, Jeff Cover story 1880
Threatened vistas: the explosive growth of coal-fired power plants in the Four Corners region could jeopardize the archaeological treasures of Mesa Verde and Chaco Canyon. Vanderpool, Tim 1693
Wings of glory: Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site honors those who soared past racial barriers to help win World War II. Donaldson, Doug 789
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve. Hassell, Paul Brief article 165

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