An online community to facilitate exchange of information by parents (mothers and fathers alike) who are attending the AAG Annual Meeting.
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The Careers and Professional Development Knowledge Community provides an open forum for the exchange of information, ideas, and resources related to employment for geographers in the academic, business, government, and nonprofit sectors.
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Launched under a Cooperative Agreement between the U.S. Department of State (DOS) and the AAG in August 2008, this collaborative effort has provided support for local end-users of geospatial data in multiple African countries. The African partner organization in this activity is EIS-AFRICA, a continent-wide network for any significant environmental and mapping-related efforts on the continent.For the period 2011-2013, the partners are focusing on the Lake Victoria region of East Africa, working with urban planners and envirnmental professionals to build their capacity for the use of satellite imagery and derived data in support of sustainable development projects in this world area.
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Geography & Human Rights ForumThe Geography & Human Rights Forum provides a digital exchange center for scholars who carry out research on human rights issues to network with each other and discuss pressing research needs and topics.
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WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU USE FIREFOX, GOOGLE CHROME OR SAFARI TO VIEW THIS WEBSITE. RECOMENDAMOS QUE USE FIREFOX, GOOGLE CHROME O SAFARI PARA VER ESTE SITIO WEB.My Community, Our Earth: Global Connections and Exchange Program Initiative (MyCOE GCE)
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Welcome to the Historical GIS Forum! The Historical GIS Forum was created by AAG staff and is designed to facilitate communication between scholars. The Forum is part of the AAG's Historical GIS Clearinghouse.
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The Association of American Geographers is a growing network of educators, researchers, and practitioners committed to advancing the study, research, and application of geography. Founded in 1904, AAG serves more than 10,000 members in education, government, and business from around the world. This community is a general topic forum open to members and nonmembers alike.