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Degree Confluence Project
This fun site for anyone interested in geography features photographs from the points where latitude and longitude lines intersect, along with brief essays about the places and how they were located.
This international open-access journal features articles on four topical areas: communication, representation, and media; ecology, nature and environment; labor, production, and consumption; and policies, planning, and social conflicts.
Previously known as TerraServer-USA. This site allows users to access aerial photographs of nearly any address in the United States, providing an excellent tool for students learning to map familiar areas
Cartographic Reference Resources
Links to resources on: Gazetteers, Distance, Calculators, Time, Zones, Sun, And, Moon, Rise/Set, Calculators, Tides, Map, Projections, Map, Scale, Glossaries, And, Guides.
Useful Websites for Geography Teachers
Geography in the News
This site from the Royal Geographic Society highlights geographic news and resources for teachers and students.
National Council on Geographic Education
Resources on the geography standards, elementary geography lessons, and pamphlets for parents and teachers.
British geography teacher Anthony Bennett provides background on numerous geographic topics, as well as links useful to teachers and students, a photo gallery, and news stories with a geographic element.