Duplicated: Home - [#2187130]

  • American Geographical society

    The mission of AGS is to advance and promote geography in business, government, science, and education. Our goal is to enhance the nation’s geographic literacy so as to engender sound public policy, national security, and human well-being worldwide. AGS seeks to engage the American public, from its youngest to its oldest citizens, with new and amazing ways to understand and characterize our changing world.

    • The mission of AGS is to advance and promote geography in business, government, science, and education. Our goal is to enhance the nation’s geographic literacy so as to engender sound public policy, national security, and human well-being worldwide. AGS seeks to engage the American public, from its youngest to its oldest citizens, with new and amazing ways to understand and characterize our changing world.

      UPCOMING EVENTS

      _

      Search

      Initiatives

      _

      TWITTER FEED

      _

      LATEST ON UBIQUE

      _

      Copy of BRP-Twitter Posts (2)
      admin

      Episode Six: Geographers in the Field July 30, 2020 Join the editor of …

      admin

      Episode Five: Tracking COVID from you Bedroom June 4, 2020 Washington-based high schooler …

      • Map of the Week: World’s Largest...
        on Jan. 14, 2021

        By: Nicholas Schmidt   Reuters recently published a map, accompanied by graphics, of the travel routes of Antarctica’s  icebergs. Detailed in blue are the paths that icebergs follow after breaking away from the continent.  One iceberg, in this case, is particularly of interest. Highlighted in yellow is the route of the world’s largest iceberg, A68a.

      • Geographical Review Preview:...
        on Jan. 12, 2021

        By: Alexander C. Diener and Joshua Hagen What is the main purpose of your study?  Attachments are intrinsic to the human condition and place attachments shape everyday routines (e.g. routes to work, shopping, social interactions), major life choices (e.g. places of residence, education, vacations), and identities (e.g. civic, national, religious). This study takes a big

      • Map of the Week: New Perspectives for...
        on Jan. 6, 2021

        By Katie Cann When the COVID-19 pandemic had taken hold in the United States, Bloomberg’s CityLab launched a competition for its readers: create the map that defines your life during the coronavirus crisis. The original call went out in April, and after 400 submissions, a selection was published in June.  People’s personal maps had become

      Subscription to AGS NEWSLETTER

      Thanks to our Partners

      Click the logo to go to the site

      AND OUR

      Corporate Angels

       32 Court Street, Brooklyn NY 11201   917.745.8354  ags@americangeo.org

      American Geographical Society | Since 1851 © 2020