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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15 Apr

Map of the Week: Modern-Day Pangea

By: Nicholas Schmidt Map Source: Visual Capitalist Volcanic eruptions and earthquakes are a frequent reminder that the earth beneath us is constantly changing. Although continental plates move only 1-4 inches per year, their movement reshapes the surface of the plate...
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30 Mar

Company Spotlight: Project Geospatial

By: Kelly Young It’s no secret that geospatial technology is a growing field with numerous industry applications. However, despite its prevalence in the world, many individuals are not aware of its impact on our daily lives. American Geographical Society (AGS)...
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30 Mar

Geographical Review Preview: A Life-Stage Approach for Decomposing Spatiotemporal Population Changes Along an Urban-Rural Gradient: Implications for Regional Planning

By: Mikel Gurrutxaga What is the main purpose of your study? The main purpose is to study how the residential movements of different birth cohorts at different life stages across urban, suburban and rural areas are relevant for regional planning, because those...
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