National Geographic Magazine Dinosaurs: Cracking the Mystery March 2003

National Geographic Magazine Dinosaurs: Cracking the Mystery March 2003

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National Geographic Magazine

Dinosaurs: Cracking the Mystery of How They Lived

March 2003

National Geographic has been published continuously since its first issue in 1888. It primarily contains articles about science, geography, history, and world culture. The magazine is known for its thick square-bound glossy format with a yellow rectangular border and its extensive use of dramatic photographs. 

Puerto Rico: The State of the Island { Puerto Rico's Divided Passions; True Colors: Divided Loyalties in Puerto Rico}
Puerto Rico's Divided Passions As citizens they love their country; they also love their island home. Fifty years after becoming residents of a de facto U. S. colony, Puerto Ricans are rethinking the commonwealth's future. BY ANDREW COCKBURN PHOTOGRAPH
Dinosaurs: Cracking the Mystery of How They Lived { Dinosaurs Come Alive; Flesh and Bone: A New Generation of Scientists Brings Dinosaurs Back to Life}
Dinosaurs Come Alive Step aside, bone diggers and fossil hunters, a new generation of scientists is using computer modeling and a better understanding of living animals to bring dinosaurs back to life- virtually. BY JOEL ACHENBACH PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT C
73106: Lemongrass on the Prairie { Zip USA: 73106; ZipUSA: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma}
ZipUSA: 73106 You won't find steak houses in this corner of Oklahoma City. In Little Saigon, noodle shops reign. BY FRANK BROWNING PHOTOGRAPHS BY PENNY DE LOS SANTOS
Sky- High in Wildest Alaska { Wrangell- St. Elias National Park; Alaska's Giant of Ice and Stone: Wrangell- St. Elias National Park}
Alaska's Giant of Ice and Stone Solitude seems as tangi- ble as the mountains in immense Wrangell- St. Elias National Park. This first in a series on American Landscapes surveys a wilderness of unyielding harshness and unbridled majesty. BY ] OHN G. MIT
Hotspot: Islands of the Pacific { Pacific Hotspot; Islands of the Pacific}
Hotspot: Islands of the Pacific Take 1, 400 remote specks of land, colonize them with migrant species, then wait a few millen- nia. That's the recipe for biodiversity in the tropical Pacific. BY MICHAEL PARFIT PHOTOGRAPHS BY TIM LAMAN
Qatar { Qatar's Move Toward Democracy; Revolution From the Top Down: Qatar}
Revolution From the Top Down First he overthrew his father. Now the ruler of the rich Persian Gulf nation of Qatar strives to modernize a conservative Islamic society by royal decree. BY MARY ANNE WEAVER PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBB KENDRICK

Issue Type: Monthly
Type: Magazine
Country of Manufacture: United States
Subject: Science, Geography
Title: National Geographic 
Language: English
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Year Published: 2003 

Condition: Excellent condition, almost as new.  

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