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  • Administrative Divisions of Countries ("Statoids") - Worldwide reference for states, provinces, governorates, counties, districts, and other subdivisions of countries.
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  • Canadian Council for Geographic Education - Aims to strengthen geographic education in the classroom, and to increase the public awareness of the importance of geographical literacy.
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  • Cyber-Geography Research - An initiative (updated 1997-2004) to map cyberspace, this site contains a variety of pages dedicated to helping the viewing not only understand "cyber geography" but to visualize it as well.
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  • The Degree Confluence Project - The Degree Confluence Project contains photographs of the intersections of integer latitude and longitude degree lines.
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  • Environmental Geography - Dr. James Hayes Bohanan - Geography of the environment, and the use of the web in higher education.
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  • European Spatial Planning Resource and Information Database (ESPRID) - The database focuses on the spatial dimensions of territorial development processes and the spatial impacts of EU, national, regional and local policies across the European continent.
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  • Geo-Guide - A subject gateway to scholarly information in earth science, geography and mining. From the Goettingen State and University Library.
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  • Geographical - A site that explores the world. The online resource on travel for schools, professionals and enthusiasts alike.
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  • The Geography Exchange - A combination of teaching resources, lessons and indexes of website links with an emphasis on physical geography.
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  • Geography Resource Center - Internet Resources for Geographers
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  • Geohive - A collection of tables and graphs providing global and population statistics in general and by country, including area, capitals, main cities and administrative levels.
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  • Geosource - Web resources for human geography, physical geography, planning, geoscience and environmental science. Provided by Utrecht University Library.
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  • GIS and Mapping Links - Links to Geography, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Mapping sites on the internet. All links are verified every month.
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  • History of the International Date Line - Extensive information on the circumnavigator's paradox and the history of its resolution.
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  • Infoplease Political and Reference Atlas - Infoplease Atlas has political maps of each region, country, and state with links to reference information.
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  • Information Please: Geography Resource - Geographic facts, lists, and statistics, including highest mountains, longest rivers, latitudes and longitudes, and explorations and expeditions.
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  • Mega Maps - Walk through the Continents - Free PC program to print out US or world maps of various sizes, up to 7 feet across, on an ordinary printer. Requires Windows 3.1, 95 or 98.
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  • Mr. Dowling's Electronic Passport - An online geography class where students journey through time and space. Discover different people and cultures and further your study by following links.
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  • The START Natural Language Question Answering System - A system designed to answer questions that are posed in natural language. The system is especially equipped to answer geography queries.
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  • US Census Bureau Geography - Mapping products and services, as well as geography resources used to compile the US Census.
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  • World Island Info - Information on the world's islands, including island superlatives.
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  • Your Own Language and Country - Information and links about all countries: tourism, dictionaries, search engines, life and religion.
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