ARTICLES BY Monte Basgall

  • Terborgh: his quest is to preserve and conserve. Jim Wallace.
    January 31, 2002
  • Marine corer: the Research Vessel Kerry Kelts shoves off from the dock.
    October 1, 2001
    Shimmering on a continent’s roof in the harsh sunlight of 11,400-feet altitude, Bolivia’s Lake Titicaca is both Earth’s highest big lake and South America’s largest.
  • TUNL vision: inside the glass supporting column of the high-voltage terminal of the "tandem" Van de Graaff accelerator  Photo: Duke University Photography
    January 31, 2001
    The roots of the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory, the Duke-based facility that trained Los Alamos Nuclear Lab director John Browne Ph.D. '69, can be traced back to the first controlled nuclear chain reaction, which took place at the University of Chicago's Stagg Field.
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