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In Learn More the National Geographic magazine team shares some of its best sources and other information to expand your knowledge of our featured subjects. Special thanks to the Research Division.

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NGS Resources

Bourne, Joel K., Jr. "Loving Our Coasts to Death." National Geographic (July 2006), 60-87.

Bourne, Joel K., Jr. "Gone With the Water." National Geographic (October 2004), 88-105.

Rosenfeld, Jeff. "Severe Storms: Rain, Snow, Wind." Relentless Earth. National Geographic Books, 1997.

Smith, Mary G. "Retiring Into…a Hurricane." National Geographic (March 1996).

Canby, Thomas Y. Raging Forces: Earth in Upheaval. National Geographic Books, 1995.

Gore, Rick. "Andrew Aftermath." National Geographic (April 1993), 2-37.

Funk, Ben. "Hurricane!" National Geographic (September 1980), 346-79.