World Regional Geography
This document was last updated on 12 March 2001. (Ver. 1.5.1)
Geography - Maps and Other Links
Some interesting online sites related to Geography which will eventually become categorized.
Matt Rosenberg's Geography (About.com)
Description & photos of large iceberg headed north A large iceberg was born recently from the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica near Roosevelt Island. Scientists say the massive iceberg could drift to sea within the next few days.
Not another Ghost Town ! part of the Our Towns series. Livelyhood On the Road in Seattle.
School Geography Education Projects, Initiatives and Journals
Social Studies Teaching Resources
In Search of Longitude
Genuine Nebraska site describing State Symbol, Capitol, Constitution, Song, and a whole lot more.
MapQuest Driving Directions and other things.
A famous sixteenth-century world map suggests that a part of North America may have been carefully explored before it was 'discovered' or was Canadàs Ungava Bay explored before it was 'discovered'?
Important WWW Resources for ESS 301 World Regional Geography & other classes. Robert E Ford, Senior Natural Resources Strategic Planner and Advisor.
Kaliningrad Exclave Let's hear it for a non-contiguous oblast!
TerraServer no BACK link provided.
Tropozone The Web's center for topographic map users and outdoor recreation enthusiasts. We've worked with the USGS to create the Web's first interactive topo map of the entire United States.
Sacagawea image on the Golden Dollar The golden coin used the portrait of Randy'L He-dow Teton, a Shoshone art student at the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum (IAIA), in Santa Fe, NM. Glenna Goodacre, is the the sculptor who designed the coin.
The American Discovery Trail - a new breed of national trail : part city, part small town, part forest, part mountains, part desert.
Ecola Newsstand - a fantastic resource of English language newspapers from around the world.
Wimmera River in NW Victoria, taken on 09 Dec 98 from a distance of 211 nautical miles, looking NW towards two tiny lakes (Sea Lake). Warning - This file is approximately 1789 k, so download at your own risk.
DIAL (Digital Image Animation Laboratory) is an advanced computer amination and software engineering facility with broadcast quality video recording and editing capabilities.
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