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A. W. Andrews
Allen J. Scott
David Leslie Linton
David N. Livingstone
David Sadler (geographer)
David Stoddart (geographer)
David Thomas (geographer)
Doreen Massey (geographer)
Edmund William Gilbert
Emrys Jones (geographer)
Eva Germaine Rimington Taylor
Gerald Blake (academic)
Gillian Rose (geographer)
Henry Yule Oldham
Herbert John Fleure
J. N. L. Baker
John A. Agnew
John Adams (geographer)
John Anthony Allan
John Barrow (geographical compiler)
John Brian Harley
John Cole (geographer)
Keith Barber (geographer)
Michael Frank Goodchild
Paul Curran (geographer)
Peter Hall (urbanist)
Peter J. Taylor
Phil Rees (academic)
Ray Hudson (academic)
Richard G. Smith (geographer)
Richard Henry Major
Robert Walter Steel
Ron Johnston (geographer)
Ronald Urwick Cooke
Sarah A. Radcliffe
Sarah Whatmore (geographer)
Sidney William Wooldridge
Stewart McPherson (geographer)
Susan J. Smith
T. T. Paterson
Trevor J. Barnes
ICT Special: Primary Geography
Crown Copyright. Provided by The Academic Grid http://tag.ac/ Further resources available on http://tag.ac Licensed to The Academic Grid formerly The Artis...
Food Security and Infectious Diseases - British Science Festival
Views from a session at the British Science Festival - Food Security and Infectious Diseases Organised by the Royal Geographical Society and the Institute of...
ICT4D: In Whose Interests?
By: Dr. Tim Unwin, (CEO of Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization) Tim Unwin (born 1955) is Chief Executive Officer of the Commonwealth Telecommunicati...
Dream Big and Dare to Fail: Julian Monroe Fisher at TEDxInnsbruck
TEDxInnsbruck - Julian Monroe Fisher - Dream Big and Dare to Fail Explorer and Anthropologist, US/Austria Julian Monroe Fisher is a noted explorer and an Ant...
Aidnography: Development blogging, disseminating research and building your e-reputation
I was invited to talk about development blogging, social media and research at an event in Manchester that the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute...
21 - How Open Data, data literacy and Linked Data will revolutionise higher education
Professor Derek McAuley is Professor of Digital Economy in the School of Computer Science and Director of Horizon, a Digital Economy Research Institute, at t...
Quantitative methods in the workplace: An introduction for geographers
The QuanTiLe workplace studies highlight the importance of quantitative methods in a number of geographical career paths. The QuanTiLe project supports the t...
And people say Geography is boring...
Ok, so as class went on..he fell over more and more and one point his forehead was actually hitting his laptop. He was actually snoring. Might be hard to hea...
Schist Geographers Say
ARMENIA IN INTERNATIONAL AND ARMENIAN OLD MAPS, ITS GEOGRAPHY AND CARTOGRAPHY
Abstract: This talk will show how, during the past 2600 years Greco-Roman, Islamic and Western geographers, historians and cartographers saw and wrote about...
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