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Why Soviet maps still matter

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 23, 2015

A trove of top-secret maps drawn by Soviet Union cartographers reveals the world as it looked during the Cold War, often with greater detail than that of other maps made during that period. After the Cold War ended, telecommunications companies and even the U.S. government found fresh uses for the maps. Wired.com (07/18)


Project documents U.S. poverty in photographs

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 23, 2015

How New Orleans has changed a decade after Hurricane Katrina

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 16, 2015

Map shows types of jobs available across the U.S.

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 23, 2015

Exploring the link between geography, social development

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 09, 2015

Geographer discusses the future of craft beer

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 02, 2015

Dry conditions take a toll on Chile

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 09, 2015

Plotting U.S. property values reveals inequities

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 09, 2015

Satellite image shows effects of Galapagos volcano eruption

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 09, 2015

NASA craft captures Earth's sunlit side in "EPIC" image

AAG SmartBrief | Jul 23, 2015


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