Tags » Topography

Tip of the Week: USGS historical topo maps

Maps are so cool. Historical maps are way more cooler. And online historical maps are even way more cooler. (I like saying way more cooler cause it makes me feel like a rebel.) 469 more words

Jennifer Carey reblogged this on Indiana Jen and commented:

This is a great tool I can't wait to use in my class!

Boulder topography

This is not a landscape but the top of a boulder.


Studies for Watts Atelier Online


So the Watts Atelier online program is amazing. It is so content rich that I kind of want to jump up and down and shout it out to the internet! 142 more words

Yucatan Ethnogeology

Types of vegetation and ecosystem management methods by traditional cultures corresponding to different soil types in Xocen, Yucatan, Mexico.

Toledo, V. M. and N. Barrera-Bassols. 40 more words

Ethnoecology / Ecosystem Management / Spiritualism

ringtailcats reblogged this on Ancestral Arts.

an origami trick

In a single omnipotent gesture, I would
fold the map of the earth onto itself,
connecting all disparate points,
the state borders lying on each other, 117 more words


The Thought of Mountains- Art Journal Scribblings

I think i’ve spent more than is probably normal (or sane) thinking about mountains this past year. Their heights, all the curves leading outwards and up, the sheer magnitude of presense a mountain can have on the landscape, the sight on the horizon that reaches into your heart and makes you long for exploration. 24 more words