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The focus of this article is on the intrepid explorers who attempted to complete the mapping of the Arctic coastline from the Mackenzie River Delta to Point Barrow under the most adverse of conditions.
Despite any significant physical barriers to separate neighborhoods, seldom is a racial divide so stark as it is along Delmar Avenue in St. Louis, Missouri.
This photoessay focuses on the perimetral, an elevated highway near downtown Rio de Janierio, and the polluted Guanabara Bay, where preparations for the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics continue at a rapid pace.
Although California has surpassed Wisconsin in milk production, the continued drought in the West and changes in dairying practices in the Midwest have improved both the efficiency and sustainability of the traditional dairy heartland region.
Interest is growing in one of Cuba's signature productsöits cigars; the steps it takes to produce a premier cubano from the main growing region are highlighted.
Despite upland Eastern Connecticut being located near the densely populated Megalopolian corridor, the often bucolic landscape can be read as a palimpsest of several eras of pre‐human and human impacts.
One of the most dangerous industrial activities in Bangladesh is the conversion of excess ship capacity into scrap metal pursued by workers using little or no safety equipment.
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