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    VISION: To be the foremost champion of geography for the benefit of society.

    MISSION: We convene a diverse global community of innovators, thinkers, and practitioners; create and curate geographical knowledge, learning, and exploration; and advance geographic science and technologies to address society’s challenges and opportunities.

  • American Geographical Society

    VISION: To be the foremost champion of geography for the benefit of society.

    MISSION: We convene a diverse global community of innovators, thinkers, and practitioners; create and curate geographical knowledge, learning, and exploration; and advance geographic science and technologies to address society’s challenges and opportunities.

  • American Geographical Society

    VISION: To be the foremost champion of geography for the benefit of society.

    MISSION: We convene a diverse global community of innovators, thinkers, and practitioners; create and curate geographical knowledge, learning, and exploration; and advance geographic science and technologies to address society’s challenges and opportunities.

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  • Map of the Week: Where is the Midwest?
    on Aug. 11, 2022

    By Catherine McKenna Americans tend to identify strongly with the culture of the region they are from. But do all Americans have the same definitions of what geographically defines these regions? Of the geographic regions in the United States, the Midwest tends to have the most indistinct boundaries. The maps below depict different ideas of

  • Geographical Review Preview: UNDERSTANDING THE...
    on Aug. 9, 2022

    The uneven outcomes of the covid-19 pandemic in the United States can be characterized by its patchwork patterns. Given a weak national coordinated response, state-level decisions offer an important frame for analysis. This article explores how such analysis invokes fundamental geographic challenges related to the modified areal unit problem, and results in scientific predictive models that behave

  • Map of the Week: EPA Superfund Sites
    on Aug. 4, 2022

    by Alex Griffin The U.S Environmental Protection Agency was founded in 1970 under the Nixon administration after a renewed focus on environmental issues in American cities, most notably when the Cuyahoga River spontaneously ignited near Cleveland due to chemical pollution. Despite a new understanding of environmental degradation and sites of severe environmental harm, it wasn’t

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