30 Jun

Welcome!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin 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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9 Jan

Geographical Review Article Preview: Challenges of Elephant Conservation: Insights from Oral Histories of Colonialism and Landscape in Tsavo, Kenya

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinAuthors Name:  Peter Ngugi Kamau and Andrew Sluyter. Article Title, Issue and Volume: Challenges of Elephant Conservation: Insights from Oral Histories of Colonialism and Landscape in Tsavo, Kenya.  GR 108.4 What is the main purpose of your study? This study reveals how...
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27 Dec

Map of the Week: Asian Longhorned Tick

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinPotential Asian Longhorned Tick Range in North America A dangerous invasive species is a rising cause for concern among those who live in the Eastern United States; not only for people, but for wild animals and livestock as well. An...
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20 Dec

Geographical Review Article Preview: The Rocky Mountains and the Southwest: Using Feature Names to Study Two Iconic Subregions in the American West Geographical

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinAuthor Name: Christopher Holtkamp; Russell Weaver, PhD; David R. Butler, PhD Article Title, Issue and Volume:   The Rocky Mountains and the Southwest: Using Feature Names to Study Two Iconic Subregions in the American West Geographical Review 108.3 What is the...
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20 Dec

BAE Systems Spotlight

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinHow do you compile results from hundreds of different sensors as one image rather than a hundred different ones? How is it possible to map an ever changing, dynamic environment and report in near real time? BAE Systems Inc. holds...
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7 Dec

Map of the Week: Native Lands

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedin In this map you will not find countries, states, nor cities. You will not see clean, straight lines nor finite divisions between labels. What you will find however, is unadulterated, diverse representation of cultures far too often forgotten about...
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