SEJournal Summer 2009, Vol.19 No. 2

July 15, 2009

SEJournal
Summer 2009, Vol. 19 No. 2
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 TABLE OF CONTENTS

Features 

An Experiment in Grace
By NADIA WHITE

Photographers' Images Capture Global Warming's Advance
By ROGER ARCHIBALD

Media Critic: Who Will Do Regional or Local Investigations in Science?
By MICHAEL MANSUR

NYT Reporter's 'Misstep' Causes Furor Among 'Skeptics'
By BUD WARD

 

 

Columns

President's Report: New Orleans Retreat Examines SEJ Mission
By CHRISTY GEORGE

Inside Story: Texas Journalist Adapts and Digs Deeper on the E-Beat
By BILL DAWSON

E-Reporting Biz: Amid the Fear and Fretting, An Idea for Journalism's Future
By BUD WARD

Reporter's Toolbox: The Easy Way To Do Cool  Stuff Online, Mostly for Free
By DANIEL LATHROP

The Beat: In These Hard Times, Enviro Stories Take Major Prizes, Honors
By BILL DAWSON

SEJ News: Five Women Move a Mountain ... and End Up in the Trees
By LINDA KNOUSE

Science Survey: Biofuels — The Sequel
By BILL KOVARIK

Book Shelf Book Reviews

Flotsametrics and the Floating World
By Curtis Ebbesmeyer and Eric Scigliano
Harper Collins, 2009, $26.99
Reviewed by JENNIFER WEEKS

Paving Paradise: Florida's Vanishing Wetlands and the Failure of No Net Loss
By Craig Pittman and Matthew Waite
University Press of Florida: Gainesville, 2009, $27
Reviewed by JOANN M. VALENTI

The End of the Long Summer: Why We Must Rethink Our Civilization To Survive on a Volatile Earth
By DIANNE DUMANOSKI
Crown Publishers, 2009, $25
Reviewed by JOANN M. VALENTI