Focus of this category is on the theory, methods, and practice of geography and geographic education.
Worldwide reference for states, provinces, governorates, counties, districts, and other subdivisions of countries.
Aims to strengthen geographic education in the classroom, and to increase the public awareness of the importance of geographical literacy.
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.
Geography of the environment, and the use of the web in higher education.
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.
A subject gateway to scholarly information in earth science, geography and mining. From the Goettingen State and University Library.
A site that explores the world. The online resource on travel for schools, professionals and enthusiasts alike.
Internet Resources for Geographers
A collection of tables and graphs providing global and population statistics in general and by country, including area, capitals, main cities and administrative levels.
Web resources for human geography, physical geography, planning, geoscience and environmental science. Provided by Utrecht University Library.
Extensive information on the circumnavigator's paradox and the history of its resolution.
Infoplease Atlas has political maps of each region, country, and state with links to reference information.
Geographic facts, lists, and statistics, including highest mountains, longest rivers, latitudes and longitudes, and explorations and expeditions.
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.
An online geography class where students journey through time and space. Discover different people and cultures and further your study by following links.
The Degree Confluence Project contains photographs of the intersections of integer latitude and longitude degree lines.
A combination of teaching resources, lessons and indexes of website links with an emphasis on physical geography.
A system designed to answer questions that are posed in natural language. The system is especially equipped to answer geography queries.
Mapping products and services, as well as geography resources used to compile the US Census.
Information on the world's islands, including island superlatives.
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