Happy Friday everyone! We are nearing the end of Geography Awareness Week 2010 and the second annual Blog-a-thon. A huge thank you to everyone who has contributed, read, and commented on the entries so far. You have all helped to make this year’s GA Week Blog-a-thon a success! Here is a wrap up of the blog posts we saw yesterday:
Sean O’Connor: I Am a Citizen of the….Anacostia River?
Jennifer Vaughan: A Geographic Approach to Avian Conservation
Carmen Silva: Analyzing Accessible Health Services and Income Related to Maternal Mortality Rates in Puerto Rico from 2002 to 2004
Healthy Waters for EPA’s Mid-Atlantic Region: Regional Geographic: Mapping Our Waters for Environmental Protection (http://blog.epa.gov/healthywaters/2010/11/themes/backyard/regional-geographic-mapping-our-waters-for-environmental-protection/)
Sarah Brumble for Atlas Obscura: Locating One’s Place in the World: Macro and Micro Cartography Across the Ages (http://atlasobscura.com/blog/locating-one-s-place-in-the-world-macro-micro-cartography-across-the-ages)
GeoData Policy: Developing the Geospatial Workforce (http://geodatapolicy.wordpress.com/2010/11/18/developing-the-geospatial-workforce/)
Stay tuned for fantastic travel stories, more GA Week event summaries, thoughts on geography and freshwater, and the Friday Mystery Quiz!
Disclaimer: Geography Awareness Week Blog-a-Thon submissions represent the views of the individual contributors, and not necessarily those of National Geographic Education. While all posts have been reviewed for appropriateness, they have not been fact-checked or extensively edited.