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Mapping the Border 

McCullough enters his new data onto his computer when he gets home to Tucson. He'll print out maps of the trails and distribute them to activists trying to save desert crossers' lives. The migrant routes shift constantly in response to Border Patrol arrests. "It's Darwinism," says the retired scientist.

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