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Dust Bowl Survivors

Interesting brief bit about comparing the dust bowl to current droughts. And fascinating photos of “Okies” who stayed to fight out the dust bowl.

http://time.com/3517348/true-grit-dust-bowl-survivors/

Human Geography

Child Soldiers - a missing childhood

This blog post contains upsetting, disturbing and distressing content. However, so is the issue and we should not censor the extremeties of what really goes on in the world. 784 more words

Module 3: Georeferencing Raster Data

Link to Certificate of Completion: Certificate of Completion for Module 3

Raster analysis could be used in other courses I will be taking as I will be able to detail how accurate the image is. 194 more words

Human Geography

Historical Geographies - A Photo Blog

By Cheryl McGeachan

My week began by marking an assessment relating to the moving text The Lives They Left Behind: Suitcases from a State Attic Hospital… 189 more words

History Of Psychiatry

Beyond Greenspace in Merseyside

By Ben Wheeler, Becca Lovell and  Dr Karyn Morrissey

Originally posted on Beyond Greenspace

We recently had a great opportunity to spend a morning together with a wide range of people and organisations, mostly from the Merseyside area, at a workshop organised by the… 274 more words

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