Video from AAG 2014: Tampa
A collection of videos from the 2014 AAG Annual Meeting in Tampa, Florida, April 8-12, 2014.
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"In the spirit of strengthening our intellectual foundations and clarifying our contributions to shaping Earth I advocate for thinking geographically, as a way of being in the world that all can join, rather than policing the boundaries of a discipline called Geography," says AAG Past President Eric Sheppard. He will delivered his address, "Thinking Geographically: Globalizing Capitalism and Beyond," on Thursday, April 10, 2014. Watch on YouTube
The AAG named Warren M. Washington the 2014 AAG Honorary Geographer for pioneering the development of coupled climate models and leading work in the area of climate variability and change. His presentation, "The Evolution of Climate Modeling and the US Global Change Research Program," focused on the US Global Change Research Program and its advances to "emphasize research that advances understanding of vulnerabilities in human and natural systems and their relationships to climate extremes, thresholds, and tipping points." Watch on YouTube
On Thursday, April 10, at the 2014 AAG annual meeting in Tampa, Fla., AAG, Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS) and University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS) sponsored an event at which colleagues and friends of Roger Tomlinson gathered to share their memories of his life. AAG Executive Director Doug Richardson read this tribute by Duane Marble, who could not attend the event. Watch on YouTube
This session was presented during the Association of American Geographers' 2014 annual meeting in Tampa, Fla. Part one of the two-part session brought together editors, reviewers and authors giving perspective to publishing issues for non-native speakers of English. Watch on YouTube
This session was presented during the Association of American Geographers' 2014 annual meeting in Tampa, Fla. Part two of the two-part session brought together editors, reviewers and authors giving perspective to publishing issues for non-native speakers of English. Watch on YouTube