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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

    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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    on Sep. 27, 2021

    Throughout the year, the American Geographical Society maintains a staff of Scholar-Interns to keep things humming. Our interns help report on the news of the day for DailyGeo, produce new content for our regular Map of the Week and Company Spotlight features, constantly update our social media outlets, create new graphics for our events and

  • Map of the Week: A Short History of International...
    on Sep. 23, 2021

    By: Abigail Vandenberg International borders are widely accepted as immovable and ancient boundaries. Even within a twenty-first century atmosphere of innovations, progress, and change, the placements of land borders are revered as long standing and permanent. After all, the border crisis, fleeing refugees and military actions all serve to reinforce the immutability of country boundaries. 

  • Map of the Week: Submarine Cables
    on Sep. 16, 2021

    By Abigail Vandenberg Did you know that submarine fiber optic cables are currently enabling you to view this blog post on your screen? 99% of our international data today is transmitted by underwater cables. This new edition of TeleGeography’s Submarine Cable Map depicts 464 cable systems with 1,245 landing stations around the globe. This international

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