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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC News, Sept 20, 2013


Vinnie Jones: Russia's Toughest, National GeographicThe Arts Desk
Once you'd got over an initial sense of absurdity at Vinnie Jones as travel guide, to Russia and forNational Geographic to boot, a certain logic kicked in: hard ...
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NPR to cut staff 10 percent, names SoCal businessman interim CEO89.3 KPCC
13, 2013, that Haaga would take over as interim CEO following news that current chief Gary Knell would be leaving for National Geographic Magazine.
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Boston Tops Ranking of Energy-Efficient US CitiesNational Geographic
Though legislation to promote energy efficiency remains in a holding pattern in the U.S. Senate, there was a glimmer of good news on American cities' efforts to ...
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Video: Florida Black Bear CubNational Geographic
While working on a cattle ranch in the Everglades Headwaters region of Central Florida, I set up a remote camera on a clearing of rare cutthroat grass among ...
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Nirvanix Appears to be First Big Victim of Cloud Gold RushChannel Partners
Big-name Nirvanix clients include Fox News and National Geographic. As of yesterday, end users no longer were able to replicate their storage to the Nirvanix ...
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Sculpture on a Mission: National Geographic Introduces New Fine ...EON: Enhanced Online News (press release)
WASHINGTON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--National Geographic has partnered with Pure Sculpture and artist Brad Oldham to introduce a line of sculpture ...
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Celebrate the Brightest Young Minds in the WorldNational Geographic
For the third year in a row, National Geographic is proud to be a part of the Google Science Fair, a worldwide competition for young thinkers, makers, and doers.
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NPR offering buyouts to cut staff by 10 percentLas Vegas Sun
He succeeds Gary Knell, who is leaving after less than two years to become president and CEO ofNational Geographic. NPR distributes news, information and ...
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Smithsonian Exhibit Links Humans and OceansWLTX.com
... work has been featured in National Geographic, U.S. News and World Report, Audubon and Smithsonian. The photos are presented from Skerry's perspective ...
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Hangout and Explore Your Neighborhood With Nat Geo ExplorersNational Geographic
What's it like to swim with manta rays off Mozambique's remote coast? Or photograph the world's rarest animals? Our next Google+ Hangout brings together a ...
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New species of legless lizard found (no, it's not a snake)WPXI Pittsburgh
(Via National Geographic). The legless lizards found in California are also generally much smaller than most snakes. Discovery News explains they're only as ...
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Mississippi Bay? No more Florida?Gulf Coast News Today
None of this is news. We've known it for decades and we try not to think about it. But then comes this month's National Geographic with a fold-out map showing ...
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Why Is This Australian Spotted Cat in Trouble?NatGeo News Watch (blog)
Bad news for the Tasmanian devil also may mean tough times for another one of Tasmania's predators, the eastern quoll. Since 1996, the virally transmitted ...
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Genome Sequencing Of Big Cats CompleteRedOrbit
According to National Geographic, the Siberian tiger is the largest tiger subspecies ... BBC News reports that the team also sequenced four other large cats – the ...
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Cable news is not polarizing America, says Temple political scientist ...Temple University News
Cable news is not polarizing America, says Temple political scientist in new book ... Television) and Cesar Milan (National Geographic) have become even more ...
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Giant Gob of Earwax Reveals Blue Whale SecretsNatGeo News Watch (blog)
Two biologists at Baylor University in Texas, Sascha Usenko and Stephen Trumble, and colleagues have dissected a giant gob of earwax from a blue whale to ...
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Do Animals Get Dementia? How to Help Your Aging PetNatGeo News Watch (blog)
Now that it's September, aka World Alzheimer's Month—Alzheimer's disease accounts for up to 80 percent of all dementia cases, in which mental abilities ...
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The great week ahead for stargazersExaminer.com
18, reports the National Geographic. For a daily dose of exactly what is visible on the surface of the moon, visit the detailed website, the Hitchhiker's Guide to the ...
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Great National Geographic Story on Fishing and Climate Change ...
Earlier this month, I was contacted by a writer named Ben Jervis who told me that he was working on an online piece for National Geographic about climate ...
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Pumpkin pies – News Watch - News Watch - National Geographic
By Neal Lineback and Mandy Lineback Gritzner, Geography in the NewsTM ...
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Carlton Ward Jr – News Watch - News Watch - National Geographic
Carlton Ward Jr is a conservation photographer and eighth generation ...
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graffiti – News Watch - News Watch - National Geographic
Expedition Journal: Swirls of cigarette smoke encompassed the cold converted ...
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National Geographic News _ Endangered Horse Birth Breakthrough ...
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comThe successful birth of a rare Przewalski's horse after 7 years of trial and error in the artificial insemination ...
www.dailymotion.com/.../x14p4yl_national-geographic-news-...
Biodiversing – News Watch - News Watch - National Geographic
In a high profile side event to the UN General Assembly next week, UN ...
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Tag archives for blind mole rats - News Watch - National Geographic
Studying the rodents' remarkable cancer resistance may lead to new ...
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leafcutter ants – News Watch - News Watch - National Geographic
Tropical leafcutter ants rely on a magnetic mineral to navigate long distances, ...
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Superstitious Numbers Around the World - National Geographic | e ...
Depending on what country you are in, different superstitions may exist for numbers other than unlucky 13.
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National Geographic Magazine Devotes 125th ... - Siouxland News
Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third-party content provider. WorldNow and this Station make no warranties or representations ...
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Amid Drought, Explaining Colorado's Extreme ... - e! Science News
Read the whole article on National Geographic · More from National Geographic. Related. Flood-tolerant rice plants can also survive drought, say UC Riverside ...
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NASA Rover Dims Hopes for Martian Methane ... - e! Science News
Read the whole article on National Geographic · More from National Geographic. Related. Discovery of methane reveals Mars is not a dead planet. Thu, 15 Jan ...
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Pictures: Typhoon Lashes Japan - National Geographic | e! Science ...
A powerful typhoon struck central Japan, bringing strong winds and heavy rains to prefectures in the Kyoto region.
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Climate Change Spells Trouble for Anglers - National Geographic ...
New science reveals threats to prize fishing streams in warming world.
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Proof – National Geographic at News - Lovebryan
My Before We Land project is featured on National Geographic's brand new photography blog called Proof. Nat Geo is the dream so it's nice being recognized ...
lovebryan.com/newnews/2013/09/proof-national-geographic/
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