America's half-forgotten islands, The Christian Science Monitor,
December 27, 1999, Monday, WORLD; THE LONGER VIEW; Pg. 6,
894 words, UMAN, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
Pacific islands renegotiate US payments, The Christian Science
Monitor
, December 27, 1999, Monday, WORLD; Pg. 6, 512 words,
YAP, FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
'Jaws': the new cause of the seas, The Christian Science Monitor,
December 8, 1999, Wednesday, WORLD; GLOBAL REPORT; Pg. 6,
1026 words, HONOLULU
Islands seek more pay for missile tests, The Christian Science
Monitor
, December 7, 1999, Tuesday, WORLD; Pg. 6, 1037 words,
KWAJALEIN, MARSHALL ISLANDS
Generations of Fallout From Nuclear Tests; Marshall Islands
residents still waiting for U.S. to clean up its mess,  
The San
Francisco Chronicle
, December 7, 1999, Tuesday, WORLD; Pg. A10, ,
MAJURO ATOLL, MARSHALL ISLANDS
South Pacific battles for Y2K bragging rights, The Christian Science
Monitor
, December 1, 1999, Wednesday, WORLD; SUNRISE WARS;
Pg. 1, 998 words, , MAJURO, MARSHALL ISLANDS
Rising seas threaten to cover Marshall Islands over next century,
Miami Herald, December 25, 1998, Friday, Section A; Page 34,
Column 1, 70 words, MAJURO, MARSHALL ISLANDS
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September 1, 1998, 2280 words,
Marshall Islands: you can't go home again., Atomic testing legacy in
Pacific, MAJURO, MARSHALL ISLANDS
Waaaaay down south, The Christian Science Monitor, November 30,
1999, Tuesday, FEATURES; TRAVEL; Pg. 18, 880 words, , GERLACHE
STRAIT, ANTARCTICA
When visiting Antarctica, think about the impact, The Christian Science
Monitor
, November 30, 1999, Tuesday, FEATURES; TRAVEL; Pg. 19,
495 words, PUNTA ARENAS, CHILE
Putting a face on the Vikings in North America, The Christian Science
Monitor
, September 23, 1999, Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. 13,
1438 words, L'ANSE AUX MEADOWS, NEWFOUNDLAND
High-seas launch worries islanders, The Christian Science Monitor,
September 22, 1999, Wednesday, WORLD; GLOBAL REPORT; Pg. 5,
1313 words, WASHINGTON
Patent a plant? Americans do, irking shamans, The Christian Science
Monitor
, July 28, 1999, Wednesday, USA; GLOBAL REPORT; Pg. 1,
1205 words, WASHINGTON
Gusts and glory; Wind power's prospects picking up some steam,
Chicago Sun-Times, July 25, 1999, SUNDAY, Late Sports Final Edition;
Pg. 32, 765 words, WASHINGTON
Turner's $1 billion gift starts giving, The Christian Science Monitor, July
7, 1999, Wednesday, WORLD; GLOBAL REPORT; Pg. 1, 1166 words,
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
NATO throws itself a party; 50th anniversary summit, The Bulletin of the
Atomic Scientists
, July, 1999, Pg. 36, 3749 words, WASHINGTON
Wind power takes off as major energy source, The Christian Science
Monitor
, June 30, 1999, Wednesday, USA; GLOBAL REPORT; Pg. 1,
1046 words, WASHINGTON
Building a small bridge across a 1,000-year-old Christian divide, The
Christian Science Monitor
, May 13, 1999, Thursday, WORLD; RELIGION;
Pg. 7, 795 words, WASHINGTON
The vanishing bayou, The Christian Science Monitor, February 18, 1999,
Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. 15, 1482 words, COCODRIE, L.A.
Antarctica: Endless Detente, geopolitics and the seventh continent, The
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
, January, 1999, SOUTHERN OCEAN
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