30 Jun

Welcome!

 UBIQUE, meaning everywhere in Latin, is one of the oldest phrases tied to the history of the American Geographical Society. It represents our presence throughout the country and the world, and also represents the sphere of Geography itself. Our longtime...
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24 May

Map of the Week: Migrations in Motion

Migrations in Motion is an interactive map that shows the trajectory species are expected to take in the coming changes to their surroundings due to a change in climate. This project was created by Dan Majka of The Nature Conservancy’s North...
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4 May

Map of the Week: 100,000 Stars

100,000 Stars, an interactive Google Chrome Experiment map created by Google Data Arts Team, visualizes nearby stars and planets in our stellar neighborhood. This map depicts over 100,000 stars which can be observed and explored through this experience. Using an...
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2 May

Descartes Labs Spotlight

As satellite imagery becomes increasingly available, it’s important that we get access to the tools and platforms that help make sense of vast amounts data. Descartes Labs is leading this example by building a data refinery built on a cloud-based...
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26 Apr

Fulcrum for Education & Universities

Spatial Networks is a geospatial intelligence and technology company. The CEO, Tony Quartararo, is a geographer and an American Geographical Society Councilor who is passionate about promoting geographical literacy. Since Spatial Networks’ mobile data collection platform, Fulcrum, launched in 2011,...
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20 Apr

Map of the Week: Chatty Maps

Click on the image for the interactive map Sound is all around us although sometimes it gets blended into the background and is categorized as noise, such as traffic.  We can easily forget to differentiate the types of sounds we’re...
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