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We hope your visit will deepen your enjoyment of Geography Awareness Week. The theme for the 1996-1997 school year was “Exploring a World of Habitats, Seeing a World of Difference.”

Like any other explorer, you may need some gear. The Fantastic Forest looks best in Netscape Navigator 3.0 (or higher) or Internet Explorer 3.0 (or higher), and sounds best with Netscape Navigator 3.0 (or higher). Shockwave and QuickTime VR will also enhance your visit to the site.

You might also like WORLD, our magazine for young explorers.


Credits | Help

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Credits

Producers
Dorrit Green
M. Ford Cochran

Writer
Peter Winkler

Editor
Valerie May

Researcher
Melanie Patt-Corner

Illustrator
Bud Peen

3-D Images and Panoramas
Brad Johnson

Designer/Developer
Brad Johnson Presents
Julie Beeler
Brad Johnson

Javascript Programming
Mind’s Eye
Jelili Salako
Marshall Swatt

Lingo Programming
Christian Anthony

Certificate Programming
John Labovitz

Image Acquisition
Stephen St. John

Audio Engineering
Mark Christmas

Audio Acquisition
Rock Wheeler

Special thanks to the following U.S. Forest Service employees at Fernow Experimental Forest in West Virginia:

Mary Beth Adams, Jerry Crews, Layne Godwin, Richard Hovatter, James Kochenderfer, Linda Loughry, Gary Miller, Linda Plaugher, Robert Rosier, and Linda Thomasma.



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Help

If you have problems with Shockwave, click here for help from Macromedia.

To hear the sounds of the Fantastic Forest and view the panoramas with Netscape Navigator 3.0, make sure you have the QuickTime VR Plug-in. The “easy download” is recommended.




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