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Uncertainty, Context In GIScience
Uncertainty and context pose fundamental challenges in geographic research and GIScience. To generate reliable geographic knowledge, these issues need to be addressed.
Special Track on the U.S. Election
This special track will feature a panel
of past AAG presidents and other distinguished speakers who will discuss
the U.S. Election and beyond.
Mainstreaming Human Rights
This featured theme will explore intersections of Human Rights and Geography and includes relevant
speakers at AAG 2017 Boston.
Geographies of Bread & Water
Challenges to food and water security over the 21st century represent a threat to global society. Glen MacDonald's opening plenary examines this existential issue.
AAG Policy Action
AAG urges Congress to reject aspects of the Administration’s proposed budget in a
letter to the Appropriations Committees
. Read more about AAG's continued efforts.
A New Encyclopedia is Here
The AAG’s 15-volume
International Encyclopedia of Geography
is now published and will be available for viewing at the annual meeting.
View sample entries
AAG Opposes Budget Cuts
AAG Partners with March for Science
NAACP Endorses AAG Letter Opposing Restrictions on Geospatial and Racial Disparities Data
Telling Our Stories, Speaking Out and Being Heard as Geographers
by Glen M. MacDonald
Boston: Geography in a Sanctuary City
AAG To Support Geographers from Countries Affected by Trump Travel Ban
AAG Announces 2017 Election Results
Read the Latest Council Meeting Minutes
Find Your Dream Geography Job
Nominate geographers for AAG Awards
AAG Calls for Nominations for Standing Committees
Become a GeoMentor
NSF Funds Research Coordination Network for Geography Education
Nina Feldman: A Career in GIS and Geography
AAG seeks interns
Robert E. Frenkel
John M. Hunter
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