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  • American Cultural Landscapes - A research and bibliographic guide to UC Berkeley print and web resources for the study of the cultural geography of the United States.
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  • Association for Border Studies - Features membership details, board of directors, information on meetings and calls for papers, and contacts.
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  • Borderbase - Portal features reference materials related to international borders and tripoints. Includes photos, links and news.
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  • Community Development in the 1990s - A report describing how the National Community Development Initiative (NCDI) has successfully helped underwrite the efforts of community development corporations (CDCs) around the United States. [pdf]
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  • Cultural Landscapes - A catalog of US maps showing the cultural modification of the landscape as settlers established farmsteads and villages, and named their surroundings.
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  • Cultural Landscapes of North America - Lecture notes providing a discussion of the social landscapes of North America.
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  • DisputedTerritories.com - Global list of major ongoing territory disputes, including over entire countries, minor overseas dependencies, and uninhabited islands - all unresolved. Includes news reports, documentaries, territory profiles, videos, maps and photos.
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  • Economic and Business Geography - Outlines several definitions of economic geography and discusses research issues related to the field.
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  • Four Dimensions of the Center-Periphery Conflict in the Polish Electoral Geography - Tomasz Zarycki argues that Polish electoral geography is based both on political ideology and elements of the spatial distribution of the population
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  • GeoCurrents - Blog explaining and illustrating geographic issues relevant to current events. Run by lecturers from Standford University.
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  • The Geography of Transport Systems - A project developed to promote access to transport geography information. Includes material to support undergraduate courses, including articles, exercises, GIS-T datasets, and PowerPoint presentations.
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  • H-HistGeog: Historical Geography - H-Net discussion group dedicated to examining the intricate relationship between space and time. Features subject overview, archive and subscription information.
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  • Human Geography Department at Macquarie University - Features information for current and prospective students, staff profiles, current research, publications, and contact details.
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  • Human Navigation - An article from the MIT Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science by Herbert Pick that discusses cross-cultural research into environmental knowledge and wayfinding behavior.
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  • International Boundaries Research Unit - Home page of the International Boundaries Research Unit, (IBRU) located at the University of Durham. A source of information on boundary and territorial issues around the world.
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  • Lansdowne Geographic Research - Essays in historical and sports geography by Philip McEachern.
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  • Mable/Geocorr - A web application that generates report files documenting a wide array of U.S. Geographic entities.
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  • The Maritime Cultural Landscape - An essay describing the concept of traditional maritime zones of transport in terms of human geography.
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  • Modeling Agglomeration and Dispersion in City and Country - A critical analysis of the literature surrounding the field of economic geography.
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  • National Atlases: Presenting the Nation's Cultural Geography - Historical overview of statistical atlases and census maps that express the cultural landscape of the United States.
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  • Political Geography Now - Current maps and news chronicling changes to the world's countries, borders, and capitals, as well as on-the-ground control of conflict zones and disputed territories.
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  • Prisoners of Geography - An article that explains why landlocked nations may never enjoy access to the markets and new technologies they need to flourish in the global economy.
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  • Program for the Human Environment - A research center at Rockefeller University that explores how long-run technical change relates to productivity and efficiency of energy, materials, land, and other resources, and the consequences for human populations.
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  • Project Gigalopolis - A research project working to extend and refine the Clarke Urban Growth Model for making predictions at regional, continental and eventually global scales.
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  • Project Vital - A laboratory for the study of geographic information technologies as they relate to transportation. Features project overview, links to related resources, job opportunities, and contact details.
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  • Regional Inversion - Essays by Luis Suarez-Villa, of the University of California, Irvine. Features sections devoted to the role of innovative capacity, tangible and intangible infrastructure, and a description of inversion at the metropolitan level
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  • Residential Energy Consumption Survey - A report on geographic information about U.S. households and their energy usage from 1978 to 1997.
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  • Revising North American Time Zones - Argues for the number of time zones in North America to be reduced in order to increase economic productivity and competitiveness. Extensively discusses potential benefits, citing comparisons to other countries.
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  • SDSS for Location Planning, or The Seat of the Pants is Out - A paper by Larry Daniel that reviews the general characteristics of a spatial decision support system (SDSS) applied to site analysis.
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  • The Society for Human Ecology - An international and interdisciplinary professional society that promotes the use of an ecological perspective in both research and application.
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  • The Spatial Economy - Article by Masahisa Fujita, Paul Krugman and Anthrony Venables that describes the dramatic increase in research on economic geography. Includes a discussion of spatial aspects of the Dixit-Stiglitz model of monopolistic competition.
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  • Springtime of Nations - Blog following separatist movements, ethnic conflict, and other divisive political geography issues in the world today. Articles feature both information and commentary.
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  • UKBorders - An archive that provides the digitized boundary data associated with the 1991 Census of Population of the United Kingdom.
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  • Urbanizing GIS - A discussion of how Philadelphia is trying to apply GIS (Geographic Information Systems) effectively to the complex circumstances that surround neighborhood planning in a troubled urban environment.
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