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September 9
Katrina strikes the energy sector
September 1
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Earthquake shakes Japanese coast
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A Changing Climate for Human Evolution Print Exclusive
A dynamic African environment enabled humans to make great leaps in their biological development.
Mark Maslin, Martin Trauth and Beth Christensen

Tracing Human Migration Print Exclusive
A new project is enlisting hundreds of thousands of people to donate their DNA toward creating a global family tree.
Megan Sever

Evolution and Intelligent Design: Understanding Public Opinion
Some recent U.S. polls highlight the confusion surrounding the public debate over evolution and the way it should be taught in U.S. schools.
Matthew C. Nisbet and Erik C. Nisbet


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Repositioning Tokyo's fault
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Shrinking and growing Arctic lakes
Seabird guano changes the Arctic
Discovery returns to flight

Geophenomena Print Exclusive
Native tales tell of tremorous past
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Energy bill passes
Graphite storage of hydrogen
Mineral of the Month: Aggregates


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How Climate Changes Biodiversity
Scientists are working on new ways to help plant and animal species adapt as their habitats shift due to climate change.
Megan Sever

Education & Outreach
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Lights, camera, action — an innovative news network for kids by kids is on the Web and in the spotlight.
Naomi Lubick

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Believing vs. Knowing: Faith’s Role in the Evolution Debate
In a sea of religious and political extremes, people face unnecessary strife in reconciling scientific evidence for evolution with their faiths.
Lee J. Suttner

Political Scene
Congressional Climate: Changing or Chilling?
A confrontation between some congressional members and climate scientists this summer highlights some of the dangers of politicizing science.
Linda Rowan

Geologic Column
Seventeen Places
Expand your “must-visit” list to geologically unique and unforgettable places.
Lisa Rossbacher

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Paul Bierman: New landscapes for teaching

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Geomedia
Q&A: Author Sean B. Carroll talks about his new book Endless Forms Most Beautiful Print exclusive
Books: Deep roots: A review of The Hunt for the Dawn Monkey
Books: Whither our rivers?: A review of Disconnected Rivers
Maps: Antarctic coastal change and glaciology
On the Web: Hurricanes and human evolution

Benchmarks Print Exclusive
September 29, 1988
Discovery returns to flight after the Challenger disaster.

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The Genographic Project, co-sponsored by the National Geographic Society, IBM and the Waitt Family Foundation, is genetically sequencing DNA from thousands of people around the world to track individuals' migration out of Africa. The focus of the project is on indigenous people, such as those pictured here: Battur "Turo" Tumur, a descendant of Mongolian leader Genghis Khan who lives in San Francisco, Calif.; Julius Indaaya Hun/!un//!ume, the Hadzabe chieftain in Tanzania; Phil Bluehouse Jr., a Navajo Indian from Arizona. Read the story on page 24. Photo by Mark Thiessen, National Geographic.
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