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The James and Marilyn Lovell Center for Environmental Geography and Hazards Research, housed in the Department of Geography at Texas State University, is pleased to announce the availability of a Geographic Resources: Publication Listing of over 200 geography, or geographically-oriented, publications and their website links.
The United States Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology website provides information about fostering landscape ecology in the U.S.
Binghamton University’s Census 2000 Internet Mapping Service provides a customized Internet Mapping Service, which allows the user to select from a group of Census variables and map them for any part of the country. Options include selecting one of several geographic scales for mapping and being able to download a dataset of a selected variable group for further analysis. This application also provides visualization of various levels of Areas of Minority Concentration (AOMCs) by tract in MSAs.
Binghamton University’s MSA Analyst Internet Mapping Service provides an extension of its Census 2000 Map Service application. MSA Analyst focuses on mapping census 2000 variables for census tracts within individual MSA's. Other features include creation of user defined Areas of Minority Concentration (AOMC's), a data query form for data requests, and all the standard GIS functionality for navigating around the US.
EARTHWORKS is a world-leading, online portal for career opportunities for geographers, earth scientists, soil scientists, hydrogeologists, hydrologists, water resource professionals, geotechnical/civil engineers, remediation specialists, ecologists, marine scientists, conservation biologists, plant scientists, forestry scientists, agricultural scientists, mineral explorationists, mining professionals, and remote sensing/GIS professionals with particular focus on North America, the UK, Europe, Pacific Rim and Africa.
Geography in Action -- This site is for use by all geography students and teachers, although much of it has been designed with the Northern Ireland Geography Curriculum in mind.
Geosource -- web resources for human geography, physical geography, planning, geoscience, and environmental science
Earth From Space -- Astronaut views of the planet (great photos).
GEOHIVE is an interesting site that provides a variety of statistics on the human population and Earth in general.
Questia Library has over 5,000 Free books available online. Also access the best in academic resources like Books, Journals, Articles, Encyclopedias and more.
The University Consortium for Geographical Information Science (USGIS)
The About Geography website with Matt Rosenberg. Useful geographic information and links.
Online University - Maps of Continents and Countries (Online University)
The USGS Mapfinder (GLIS Mapfinder)
Visit the Topozone custom topographic map website, for downloadable maps.
CMAP has launched the Open Accessible Space Information System for New York City website (www.oasisnyc.net). Interactive maps for the entire New York City area.
The MapFinder catalog contains records for over 300,000 maps cataloged by the American Geographical Society.
The NSIDC/WDC archives the American Geographical Society Collection of approximately 10,000 historical aerial and terrestrial print
photographs from the 1880s to 1975.