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British cartographers

English geographers

Scottish geographers

Welsh geographers



A. W. Andrews

Alice Coleman

Alison Stenning

Allen J. Scott

Ann Varley

Anthony Bebbington

Ash Amin

Brian Berry

Chris Philo

Danny Dorling

David Harvey

David Leslie Linton

David N. Livingstone

David Sadler (geographer)

David Stoddart (geographer)

David Thomas (geographer)

Denis Cosgrove

Derek Gregory

Diana Liverman

Doreen Massey (geographer)

Dudley Stamp

Edmund William Gilbert

Emrys Jones (geographer)

Eric Sheppard

Erik Swyngedouw

Eva Germaine Rimington Taylor

Gerald Blake (academic)

Gillian Rose (geographer)

Hal Lister

Henry Yule Oldham

Herbert John Fleure

Ian Cook (geographer)

Ian Simmons

J. N. L. Baker

Jamie Peck

Joe Painter

John A. Agnew

John Adams (geographer)

John Anthony Allan

John Barrow (geographical compiler)

John Brian Harley

John Cole (geographer)

John House

John Terence Coppock

Judith Rees

Julian A. Dowdeswell

Keith Barber (geographer)

Lindsay Stringer

M.R.G. Conzen

Matthew Gandy

Michael Frank Goodchild

Michael Mortimore

Mike Batty

Mike Crang

Mike Kirkby

Miles Ogborn

Nick Middleton

Nigel Thrift

Noel Castree

Owain Jones

Paul Curran (geographer)

Paul Longley

Paul Waley

Peter Hall (urbanist)

Peter J. Taylor

Phil Rees (academic)

Piers Blaikie

Ray Hudson (academic)

Richard G. Smith (geographer)

Richard Henry Major

Richard Peet

Robert Potter (geographer)

Robert Walter Steel

Robin Butlin

Robin Donkin

Ron Johnston (geographer)

Ronald Urwick Cooke

Sarah A. Radcliffe

Sarah Whatmore (geographer)

Sidney William Wooldridge

Sonja Boehmer-Christiansen

Stan Openshaw

Stewart McPherson (geographer)

Susan J. Smith

Sylvia Chant

T. T. Paterson

Terry Slater

Tim Cresswell

Tim O'Riordan

Trevor J. Barnes

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