September 21, 1981 | Philip G. Howlett
Robert H. Boyle, whose study of the effects of acid precipitation begins on page 68, lives high on a hill above the Hudson River, in Cold Spring, N.Y., where he ponders "the thread of my life—nature and man's role in...
May 02, 1977 | Dan Levin
Two hundred and twenty-five miles north of Times Square the Hudson River sparkles. A canoeist who drinks from it will live to see another day, and he has a lot to live for—the river is a joy. So is the annual Hudson...
May 02, 1977
...with practically everybody. Blue skies may be up above next week for 500 contestants and 25,000 spectators, but white water will be down below for the 20th running of the Hudson River Derby. Kayakers and canoeists...
February 07, 1977 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
February 26, 1973 | John A. Meyers
We don't know how many people amuse themselves by poking under rocks along the Hudson River, but one who does is Senior Writer Robert H. Boyle, indulging his latest obsession. This is the study of Plecoptera, and the...