Antarctic Glacial Meltdown; Temperature rise has ancient ice
formations collapsing,
The San Francisco Chronicle, December 28,
1998, Monday, FRONT PAGE; Pg. A1, ANVERS ISLAND, ANTARCTICA
Rising seas threaten to cover Marshall Islands over the next century,
Miami Herald, December 25, 1998, Friday, Page A-34, MAJURO
ATOLL, MARSHALL ISLANDS
Food-chain alarm from a low-ozone zone, The Christian Science
Monitor
, December 11, 1998, Friday, WORLD; Pg. 8, 1162 words,
ELEPHANT ISLAND, ANTARCTICA
A rich laboratory, a hostile environment, The Christian Science
Monitor
, December 11, 1998, Friday, WORLD; Pg. 8, 289 words,
ELEPHANT ISLAND, ANTARCTICA
Glacial ice is slip-sliding away, The Christian Science Monitor,
December 10, 1998, Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. 11, 780 words,
PALMER STATION, ANTARCTICA
For some penguins, less ice means stark choices, The Christian
Science Monitor
, December 10, 1998, Thursday, FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg.
14, 306 words, PALMER STATION, ANTARCTICA
Antarctic Rip Causes Alarm; Scientists fear UV Radiation endangers
marine food chain,
The San Francisco Chronicle, November 23, 1998,
Monday, WORLD; Pg. A10, WEDDELL SEA, ANTARCTICA
Caribbean's Endangered Reefs; Rainforests of the sea threatened by
pollution,
The San Francisco Chronicle, November 16, 1998, Monday,
WORLD; Pg. A10, CALABASH CAYE, BELIZE
Lifelines grow short; the strange US-Micronesia relationship, Bulletin of
the Atomic Scientists
, November 1, 1998, Pg. 16; 1736 words, POHNPEI,
FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
Blight of the Chesapeake; Nutrient pollution chokes life in bay, other
world waterways,
The San Francisco Chronicle, October 26, 1998,
Monday, NATION; Pg. A3, ROSE HAVEN, MARYLAND
Rising surface water temperatures and pollution place coral reefs at risk
worldwide, The Christian Science Monitor, October 22, 1998, Thursday,
FEATURES; IDEAS; Pg. B1, 1235 words, CALABASH CAYE, BELIZE
Farmed Fish Replacing the Ocean's Wild Bounty; But growing industry
poses threats to sea environment,
The San Francisco Chronicle,
September 16, 1998, Wednesday, WORLD; Pg. C3, BAY BULLS,
NEWFOUNDLAND
Fish Farms Get Fried For Fouling, The Christian Science Monitor,
September 9, 1998, Wednesday, WORLD; Pg. 1, 1241 words, DEER
ISLAND, NEW BRUNSWICK
Marshall Islands: you can't go home again; legacy of US Atomic testing;
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, September 1, 1998, 2280 words,
MAJURO ATOLL, MARSHALL ISLANDS
After Uncle Sam Goes Home: Trouble in Paradise, The Christian Science
Monitor,
August 11, 1998, Tuesday,WORLD; Pg. 6, 889 words, KOSRAE,
FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
Past Atomic Tests Make Islanders Wary of Returning, The Christian
Science Monitor
, August 11, 1998, Tuesday, WORLD; Pg. 6, 572 words,
MAJURO, MARSHALL ISLANDS
3 Small Pacific Nations Fear Loss of Pell Grants Could Wipe Out Their
Colleges; Legislation in U.S. would affect institutions in Marshall
Islands, Micronesia, and Palau,
Chronicle of Higher Education, July 24,
1998, INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A33, 1654 words, MAJURO ATOLL,
MARSHALL ISLANDS
Surf's Up - Way Up, Rising sea levels and small island states, The
Christian Science Monitor
, July 15, 1998, Wednesday, WORLD; GLOBAL
REPORT; Pg. 1, 1207 words, MAJURO ATOLL, Marshall Islands
Marshall Islands Losing Battle With the Surging Sea, The San Francisco
Chronicle
, July 18, 1998, Saturday, FRONT PAGE; Pg. A1, MAJURO
ATOLL, MARSHALL ISLANDS
Romania's Communists Keep Their Secrets, The San Francisco
Chronicle
, June 15, 1998, Monday, WORLD; Pg. A10, BUCHAREST,
ROMANIA
Lesson for Hungary's Rulers: 'It's the Economy', The Christian Science
Monitor
, May 27, 1998, Wednesday, WORLD; Pg. 8, 1010 words,
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
Chronicle of Higher Education, May 22, 1998, INTERNATIONAL; Pg.
A49, 1841 words, Exchange Group Accused of Placing Profits Over Its
Mission of Promoting Foreign Study; Flash points include proposal to
sell student-travel service and an increase in fees for work programs,
NEW YORK
DMZ holiday; description of a tour of the Demilitarized Zone in Korea,
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
, May 15, 1998, 1605 words,
PANMUNJOM, SOUTH KOREA
Ted Turner Gift Poised To Boost UN, The Christian Science Monitor,
April 22, 1998, Wednesday, WORLD; GLOBAL REPORT; Pg. 1, 1585
words, UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
Cappadocia's Rocky, Remarkable Past, The Christian Science Monitor,
April 22, 1998, Wednesday, FEATURES; TRAVEL; Pg. 14, 1132 words,
GOREME, TURKEY
Student Movement in South Korea Becomes Quiescent Under New
Government,
Chronicle of Higher Education, April 17, 1998, WORLD; Pg.
A55, 755 words, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA
When Rote Learning Fails Against the Test of Global Economy, The
Christian Science Monitor
, April 15, 1998, Wednesday, WORLD; Pg. 7,
1273 words, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA
Economic Crisis Forces Korean Students to Study at Home; Enrolling
in the United States is suddenly out of reach for many, especially for
those seeking short-term training,
Chronicle of Higher Education, April
10, 1998, INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A56, 1600 words, SEOUL, SOUTH
KOREA
South Korea's Economic Crisis May Spur University Reforms;
Higher-education system is seen as rigid, overly regulated, and out of
date,
Chronicle of Higher Education, April 3, 1998, INTERNATIONAL; Pg.
A49, 1759 words, SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA
Dubrovnik Arises Out of the Ashes, The Christian Science Monitor, April 1,
1998, Wednesday, FEATURES; TRAVEL; Pg. 14, 846 words, DUBROVNIK,
CROATIA
Getting Around in Dubrovnik, The Christian Science Monitor, April 1, 1998,
Wednesday, FEATURES; TRAVEL; Pg. 14, 299 words, DUBROVNIK,
CROATIA
Your tax dollars at work; US peacekeeping and military assistance to
Muslims and Croats in Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Bulletin of the Atomic
Scientists
, March 13, 1998, Pg. 9; 1692 words, SARAJEVO,
BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
Romania: a Journey Through the Ages, The Christian Science Monitor,
February 25, 1998, Wednesday, FEATURES; TRAVEL; Pg. 14, 1390 words,
CIMPANI, ROMANIA
Do-Good Bank Can't Please All, World Bank reforms under Wolfensohn, The
Christian Science Monitor
, February 11, 1998, Wednesday, WORLD; GLOBAL
REPORT; Pg. 1, 1164 words, WASHINGTON
World Bank: A Primer, The Christian Science Monitor, February 11, 1998,
Wednesday, WORLD; GLOBAL REPORT; Pg. 18, 392 words, WASHINGTON
Lessons From 'the Year the Earth Caught Fire', The Christian Science
Monitor
, February 4, 1998, Wednesday, UNITED STATES; Pg. 1, 1560
words, WASHINGTON
American U. in Bulgaria Accused of Communist-Style Management; 15 of the
32 full-time faculty members from abroad left the institution last year,
Chronicle of Higher Education, January 30, 1998, INTERNATIONAL; Pg. A37,
2179 words,WASHINGTON
Romania, Hungary Find a way to End Animosity, The San Francisco
Chronicle
, January 20, 1998, Tuesday, WORLD; Pg. D1, CLUJ, ROMANIA
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