Enjoy the second century of the iconic magazine's exploration of the people, places, and natural wonders of the planet we share.
National Geographic magazine brings the world of geography -- in its broadest sense -- to some 60 million readers around the globe each month. With comprehensive, timely articles and legendary photographs and maps, the magazine documents life on our planet and beyond, and interprets the world's sweeping changes through the lens of personal experience. National Geographic Magazine Archive, 2016-Current includes every article of National Geographic magazine from 2016 through the current issues.
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“The content of the National Geographic Magazine Archive is phenomenal. The scanned issues are of great quality and the browsing and searching interfaces are quite good. One-time purchase costs may even be manageable for many institutions. The archive is recommended for public libraries, as well as school libraries and some academic institutions.”
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Reviews & Testimonials
“This wonderful database will be of use to libraries with space shortages, a need to access back issues frequently, or both...Summing Up: Recommended. All libraries; lower-division undergraduates through professionals, and general readers.”