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Which cover did Editor Bill Allen choose for October?

Photograph by
Cary Wolinksy

Photograph by
Tim Laman

Photograph by
William Albert Allard

View final tally The Editor’s September pick

New Eyes on the Oceans (cover choice, left)
Riding a wave of new technology, scientists are discovering more of the oceans’ secrets, including the integral role the seas play in shaping our climate.

Wild Gliders: The Creatures of Borneo’s Rain Forest Go Airborne (cover choice, center)
A melange of creatures in Borneo’s rain forest have evolved gravity-defying means of travel.

Boston’s North Enders (cover choice, right)
Diverse cultures and new generations add a touch of spice to this urban neighborhood, but the most potent flavor of Boston’s North End is undeniably Italian.

Sky-High Over the Sonoran
Sculpted by wind and water, this intriguing North American desert reveals itself from aloft.

Deep Sea Vents: Science at the Extreme
Life thrives in the strangest places, even a mile and a half into the Pacific Ocean’s depths where magma-heated water mixes with frigid ocean in a world without sunlight.

Megatransect: Across 1,200 Miles of Untamed Africa on Foot
A conservationist sets out to survey 1,200 miles (1,931 kilometers) of African jungle the old-fashioned way—on foot—in the first of a three-part series of articles.

Archaeoraptor Fossil Trail
An investigative reporter does some digging to unearth the truth behind a case of fossil fraud.

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