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    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

    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

    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: Peacewalls in Belfast
    on Jun. 10, 2021

    By Nina Edward This map, from the Peacewall Archive, shows where peace walls in Belfast are still up in 2017. The Troubles was a period of violent conflict from 1969-1998 in Belfast between paramilitary groups and the British military over ethno-religious identities. Peace walls were boundaries that were constructed throughout the period to separate Protestant

  • Map of the Week: PEATMAP
    on Jun. 4, 2021

    By Samantha Hinton PEATMAP is an improved global peatland map by Xu et al, 2018. With peatlands’ significant role as carbon sinks within the global carbon cycle, continuing to study and map their extent and distribution will be crucial for future studies on the climate crisis.  PEATMAP shows global peatland distribution produced from a meta-analysis

  • Company Spotlight: TeachOSM
    on May. 28, 2021

    When OpenStreetMap was created in 2004, the world of open geospatial data was a new frontier for the discipline of geography. Now it serves as a ubiquitous and powerful framework used all over the world to respond to humanitarian disasters, equip communities with skills to enact social change, improve mobility by mapping sidewalks in major

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