Nakladatelství NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
September, 1984, Vol. 166, No. 3
Telling a tale of two cities in one, Griffin Smith, Jr., and photographer David Alan Harvey explore sleek, chic, "keep the dream alive" North Dallas and the less glittery southern part, where the dream is not yet a reality.
Running a Wild Glacier River in Iceland
Adventurers challenge the Jökulsá á Fjöllum by raft, kayak, and ultralight aircraft. By Paul Vander-Molen and photographers Robert Grégoire and Jean-Luc Chéron.
Beyond the Dust Bowl
Time and improved fortunes mellow the memories of the hard road taken by the Okies and others during the Great Depression. From High Plains to California, William Howarth and Chris Johns their trail.
Do We Treat Our Soil Like Dirt?
Beneath amber waves and fruited plains lies the precious earth, often taken for granted or worse. Boyd Gibbons and Steven C. Wilson dig into this complex subject.
Pattern of Plenty
From a thousand feet up, photographer Georg Gerster records the unsuspected beauty of design of America´s bountiful farmlands.
Man and Manatee
Why should such a gentle, appealing vegetarian be endangered? Alice J. Hall and Fred Bavendam explore the plight of Florida´s sea cows. Dr. Jesse R. Whitee describes a captive-breeding program that may help.
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