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Geography 2050: Envisioning a Sustainable Planet
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August 25, 2016 - Map of the Week, News and Information
Map of the Week: Population Growth by Age Group
"The U.S. Census Bureau’s July 1, 2015, population estimates revealed significant differences in population growth by age group, highlighting major impacts of population aging since 2010. There were also differences in state-by-state population growth. For example, more than half of states report... Read more...
July 27, 2016 - Map of the Week, News and Information
Map of the Week: Average Height of People Around the World
Which countries are home to the world's tallest men and women? How about the smallest? How do the height of folks in developed nations compare to those in non-developed nations? The following map created based off of a study conducted by the Imperial College of London answers all these questions and... Read more...
July 20, 2016 - Map of the Week, News and Information
Mapping Zika Virus in Real-Time
How is Zika Virus impacting the United States? In the midst of climate change, the Zika virus has been able to spread to areas it has never reached before. Included is the United States. Recently, NBC Washington published a real-time map of cases of the Zika Virus across all 50 states. Utilizing t... Read more...