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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6 Feb

Map of the Week: Tracking Marine Life

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinMap of the Week: Tracking Marine Life Marine life can often go overlooked in the eyes of an average person, and that person may rarely stop to think about the abundance of aquatic organisms that are living in the ocean....
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30 Jan

Map of the Week 1/30/2019

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinMap of the week: Where Dreary Weather occurs Most citizens in the United States have experienced dreary weather at least once in their lives. Whether that person lives in the hot and dry climate of the Southwest, or the cold...
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23 Jan

Map of the Week: NJ Superfund Sites

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinEnvironmental neglect from previous generations continues to be a burden in the current day; across the country, certain pieces of land are no longer suitable to be inhabited or developed. These areas have been designated by the Environmental Protection Agency...
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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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