Geo November 2014

Geo November 2014

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Here are some of the highlights you will find in our November 2014 issue


PHOTOGRAPHING MR. FOX
They may be seen to most as an urban blight, but if you're prepared to look past the surface scavenger, red foxes can be the focus for some breathtaking natural photography, says Keith Wilson

END OF THE LINE
A selection of images by Angus McDonald documenting India's disappearing railways

THE HAND POLLINATORS
Gareth Brown finds resourceful fruit growers in China that resort to novel ways to keep their crops growing

THE POWER OF MAPS
An edited extract from the 14th Edition of the Times Comprehensive Atlas of the World showing the strong influence maps have had on our lives

SPANISH RIGHTS
Five centuries after expelling its Jewish community, Spain is offering its descendants citizenship. Jules Stewart discovers if it's too little too late

REED RIDERS
Alexander Buehler documents the Peruvian fisherman with an ancient legacy

CARTOGRAPHY AND CATASTROPHE
When disaster strikes, the UN turns to a tiny Buckinghamshire hamlet. Tom Hart looks at the volunteer map makers that make sense of the toughest parts of the globe

EAT THE ALPS
Hidden in a corner of Austria, the Lungau is a bioshpere with a talent for self-sufficiency, as Mark Rowe discovers

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