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Volume 93 | Number 1 | January-February 2005


A Lost World

Roger Harris

At Home on the Range

Richard Allmendinger

In Devil in the Mountain, Simon Lamb theorizes about the origin of the Andes and captures the essence of what it is to be a field geologist

Visit Beneath Ice

David Schoonmaker

The Experimental Life

Allan Franklin

Larry Holmes's posthumous book, Investigative Pathways, examines experimental careers on a broad scale and in fine detail

Astropolitics

Eric Chaisson

There are two types of astronomers, says W. Patrick McCray, those who have private access to a giant telescope and those who do not


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