The Planet, Winter 2001, The Human Cost
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Table of Contents
Sand, Seals and Skeletons. By Matt Parker
Playground Zero. By Sarah Kopke
Culture of Distortion. By Grant Brissey
Abuse of Power. By Nathaniel Fisher
The Downwinders. By Lisa M. Curdy
Thirsting for Justice. By Katie Stephens
A Poisoned Process. By Lindsay Cornelius
Spoiled Harvest. By Nikole Coleman
Crossing the Threshold. By Michelle Burkhart
Coastal Heritage. By Patrick Taylor
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Campbell, Tiffany and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 2001, Winter" (2001). The Planet. 33.