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Walk with me on Hadfield Street, Georgetown Guyana - Raphael video

Published March 16, 2017 – Walk with me on Hadfield Street, Georgetown Guyana – Raphael video


World Meteorological Day 2017.

23 March is World Meteorological Day. This is a day to reflect on weather and the physical processes involved. This entry’s theme is this: Meteorologists are geographers. 127 more words

The name of the province known as Newfoundland and Labrador is just way too long

Labrador is the distinct northerly region of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It comprises the mainland portion of the province, separated from the island of Newfoundland by the Strait of Belle Isle. 172 more words


I am an urban explorer

Don’t presume to know who I am,

I am from everywhere and nowhere.

I am an urban explorer…

I know the city,

Its history, its layers, 69 more words


Letters this time to the United Nations.

Our letters to the Secretary General of the United Nations were sent today. They will go by airmail. We even had to do a customs declaration for them. 44 more words


How Americans Think About Climate Change, in Six Maps


This article was recently published by The New York Times and it calls attention to the overwhelming amount of Americans who do not believe that climate change will affect them personally. 152 more words


Using Maps When Teaching Migration

Migration is such a broad topic that requires a knowledge of geography. This resource talks about the importance of using maps when teaching migration. Reading maps is a skill that all students are required to be proficient in because maps are used in everyday life. 54 more words

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