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Geography Is Everything

Geoff Gibson and Hunter Shobe

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Geography is everything and in this podcast you'll gain a better understanding of topics such as regional dialects, beer, cities, food, and everything else, just with a geographic lens! Join Geoff Gibson (host of the YouTube channel: Geography by Geoff) and Professor Hunter Shobe of Portland State University as they tackle different topics and discuss them to ridiculous lengths! New episodes published weekly every Tuesday.
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Coffee & Geography

Kit Rackley (Geogramblings)

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== About the 'Coffee & Geography' podcast == The aim of ‘Coffee & Geography’ is to get to know, explore and celebrate the diverse & intersectional range of people and their love for the world. We’ll have fun exploring all the myriad of ways that connects your life to geography. Wait – you don’t think you’re a ‘geographer’? Well, that’s ok! If you have a love and passion for the world then you probably are more than you know. If you're interested in being a guest or want to find out more, the ...
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A podcast for geospatial people. Weekly episodes that focus on the tech, trends, tools, and stories from the geospatial world. Interviews with the people that are shaping the future of GIS, geospatial as well as practitioners working in the geo industry. This is a podcast for the GIS and geospatial community subscribe or visit https://mapscaping.com to learn more
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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE Geography exams. In this series, students break down Geography revision topics to their core components helping you rock your exams. Find your FREE online GCSE geog course here: http://bit.ly/2GOT2db
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My podcasts on Geography Expert will cover a range of geographical topics which might be of interest to teachers and students of geography. I've also included some podcasts on Leadership, Health and Fitness as well as some Funny Stories. Music intro and ending -We Are One by Vexento https://soundcloud.com/vexentohttps://www.youtube.com/user/VexentoFree Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/2PaIKcRMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/Ssvu2yncgWU
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Földrajzi témák nem csak geográfusoknak. További friss podcastokért látogass el a youtube-csatornámra is, ami szintén Geogulliver néven érhető el, vagy az alábbi linken keresztül: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pqsVB_wXhX8&list=PLttrNrPGsp5FUd3U9okGdYaqJR1wyTuLV Topics in Geography not only for Geographers. For further podcasts please visit my youtube channel!
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This Podcast Series is part of Noria’s Mexico and Central America Program, and belongs to our "Violence Takes Place" project. We are delighted to present a set of conversations on gender, geography, and violence against women in rural Mexico and Central America. Six episodes with the leading women working on violence in the region: researchers, journalists, activists. Discover their work, their newest books, and their ongoing investigative projects.
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🎙️ Listen on other apps: https://linktr.ee/geographyiseverything 📝 Support us on Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe The summer Olympics are upon us! Which is time f…
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The Persian Gulf has long been a contested space--an object of imperial ambitions, national antagonisms, and migratory dreams. The roots of these contestations lie in the different ways the Gulf has been defined as a region, both by those who live there and those beyond its shore. Making Space for the Gulf: Histories of Regionalism and the Middle E…
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Special #ClimateAmbassdors mini-series! Learn more about the scheme and get to know each of the England regional teams. Joining Kit Marie from the Yorkshire & Humber hub is Zoe Gilbank, talking about California’s redwoods, road tripping, access to green spaces for women, and more!Zoe was born in Leeds and has lived there ever since all through scho…
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News: IDC’s 2030 geospatial market trends Google Google Maps on iPhone adds Speedometer (5 years after Android) Google not bringing pop-up ads to Maps (during navigation) GeoHipster call for 2025 calendar content Not news, but reminder that the NSRS update is still coming (in 2026?) OGC IndoorGML v2.0 Conceptual Model open for comment Topic: Interv…
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Stavanger Museum chronicles the city’s history and displays preserved wildlife. The Norwegian Petroleum Museum illuminates the oil industry with submersibles, a large drill bit and an escape chute. The shopping street Øvre Holmegate is known for its colorful
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This podcast episode is all about semantic search and using embeddings to analyse text and social media data. Dominik Weckmüller, a researcher at the Technical University of Dresden, talks about his PhD research, where he looks at how to analyze text with geographic references. He explains hyperloglog and embeddings, showing how these methods captu…
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Listen Watch 🎙️ Listen on other apps: https://linktr.ee/geographyiseverything 📝 Support us on Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe “Boooooo!” on the title… I know but…
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🎙️ Listen on other apps: https://linktr.ee/geographyiseverything 📝 Support us on Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe Enjoy this special guest episode where we talk i…
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A new kind of city park has emerged in the early twenty-first century. Postindustrial parks transform the derelict remnants of an urban past into distinctive public spaces that meld repurposed infrastructure, wild-looking green space, and landscape architecture. For their proponents, they present an opportunity to turn disused areas into neighborho…
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🎙️ Listen on other apps: https://linktr.ee/geographyiseverything 📝 Support us on Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe The Moon is not just some celestial object in th…
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Special #ClimateAmbassdors mini-series! Learn more about the scheme and get to know each of the England regional teams. Joining Kit Marie from the Northeast hub is Stephen Blenkinsop, talking about culture in the Northeast, inequality in the Northeast, his love of Spain, Doctor Who and more!Stephen is Senior Lecturer in the School of Engineering at…
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Locusts of Power: Borders, Empire, and Environment in the Modern Middle East (Cambridge UP, 2023) focuses on the intersections of three entities otherwise deemed marginal in historical scholarship: the Jazira region, the borderlands of today’s Iraq, Syria, and Turkey; the mobile peoples within this region, from nomadic pastoralists to deportees and…
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Does Southeast Asia “exist”? It’s a real question: Southeast Asia is a geographic region encompassing many different cultures, religions, political styles, historical experiences, and languages, economies. Can we think of this part of the world as one cohesive “place”? Eric Thompson, in his book The Story of Southeast Asia (NUS Press: 2024), sugges…
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Himmeltindan Mountain sits on Vestvågøya Island. The nearby Lofotr Viking Museum features a Viking longhouse reconstruction. Cycle routes cover the islands, passing through fishing villages like Henningsvær, which has colorful buildings lining its waterways.
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Traversed by thousands of trains and millions of riders, the Northeast Corridor might be America’s most famous railway, but its influence goes far beyond the right-of-way. Dr. David Alff welcomes readers aboard to see how nineteenth-century train tracks did more than connect Boston to Washington, DC. They transformed hundreds of miles of Atlantic s…
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🎙️ Listen on other apps: https://linktr.ee/geographyiseverything 📝 Support us on Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe Sorry for the remixed episode, but time got away…
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Special #ClimateAmbassdors mini-series! Learn more about the scheme and get to know each of the England regional teams. Joining Kit Marie from the London hub is Annie Risner. Being connected to the sea, keeping fit using aerial hoops, working with Early Years settings and more!Annie was born in London and grew up in Kent, where she spent most of he…
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Half a century ago, deindustrialization gutted blue-collar jobs in the American Midwest. But today, these places are not ghost towns. People still call these communities home, even as they struggle with unemployment, poverty, and other social and economic crises. Why do people remain in declining areas through difficult circumstances? What do their…
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News: Bentley e-on software now free with perpetual license GOES-U satellite launched CogniSat6 - AI-driven remote sensing ShakeAlert Earthquake System adds GPS Sensors AGO June 2024 ArcGIS Web Editor UAS proposed legislation Counter Uas FAA reauthorization DJI ban Library of Congress Cartographic Fellowship Music: 40 Hours On The Road by Adriel Ri…
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In this episode, I talk to Samuel Dolbee, Assistant Professor of History at Vanderbilt University. His book, Locusts of Power: Borders, Empire, and Environment in the Modern Middle East (Cambridge University Press, 2023). In this highly original environmental history, Samuel Dolbee sheds new light on borders and state formation by following locusts…
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Today, the mention of Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego conjures images of idyllic landscapes untouched by globalisation. Creatures of Fashion: Animals, Global Markets, and the Transformation of Patagonia (University of North Carolina Press, 2024) by Dr. John Soluri upends this, revealing how the exploitation of animals—terrestrial and marine, domesti…
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The fjord gives its name to the surrounding district of Sogn.The name is related to Norwegian word súg- "to suck", presumably from the surge or suction of the tidal currents at the mouth of the fjord.
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🎙️ Listen on other apps: https://linktr.ee/geographyiseverything 📝 Support us on Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe Belize is one pof the more fascinating places in…
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In recent decades, Americans have purchased second homes at unprecedented rates. In Privileging Place: How Second Homeowners Transform Communities and Themselves (Princeton UP, 2024), Meaghan Stiman examines the experiences of predominantly upper-middle-class suburbanites who bought second homes in the city or the country. Drawing on interviews wit…
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We live in a historical conjuncture characterized by the rise of a range of social movements that aim to challenge different forms of domination: capitalism, patriarchy, racism, settler colonialism, just to name a few. However, critical scholars remain divided about how to think about the relations between these different struggles. The political s…
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At BSL Learning, we're dedicated to providing you with the best learning resources and support. Whether you're just starting out or looking to enhance your skills, we've got everything you need to succeed! Our comprehensive courses are designed to cater to all your educational needs. From expert instructors to top-notch materials, you can trust us …
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Placing the Frontier in British North-East India: Law, Custom, and Knowledge (Oxford UP, 2023) is a study of the travels of colonial law into the North-East frontier of the British Empire in India. Focusing on the nineteenth century, it examines the relationship of law and space, and indigenous place-making. Inhabitants of the frontier hills examin…
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🎙️ Listen on other apps: https://linktr.ee/geographyiseverything 📝 Support us on Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe Summer is here! And with summer comes all the tr…
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News: Back-up your Google Location History while you can Google Maps updates Apple Maps updates USGIF accredits programs at South Dakota State University and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign WingtraCloud for uas mapping Topic: A discussion of our 'duct tape', or the way we link applications to get results…
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Special #ClimateAmbassdors mini-series! Learn more about the scheme and get to know each of the England regional teams. Joining Kit Marie from the East Midlands hub is Matilda Crane. Drinking some Dragonfly Tea, they chat about faith and the environment, Jane Austin, and more!Matilda is the Climate Ambassadors East Midlands Regional Hub Manager. Sh…
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The Food 101 Foundation is dedicated to combating food insecurity and promoting nutritional well-being in underserved communities. Our primary goals include alleviating hunger by providing access to nutritious meals, educating communities on healthy eating habits, and supporting local food systems to ensure sustainable sources of nourishment. We ad…
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Watch Jesse's channels: https://www.youtube.com/@thegreatwar https://www.youtube.com/@realtimehistory 📝 Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe We're back and this time.…
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How does a delivery driver distribute hundreds of packages in a single working day? Why does remote Alaska have such a large airport? Where should we look for elusive serial killers? The answers lie in the crucial connection between maps and maths. In Mapmatics: How We Navigate the World Through Numbers (Pan Macmillan, 2024), Dr Paulina Rowinska em…
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📝 Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe World War II gets all the attention as far as major conflicts go, but World War I (also known as the Great War) truly reshaped …
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Special #ClimateAmbassdors mini-series! Learn more about the scheme and get to know each of the England regional teams. Joining Kit Marie from the Northwest hub is Cormac Lawler. They sip a Yorkshire Tea and chat about how Irish life changed during the ‘Celtic Tiger’, staring into ponds, amongst other things!Cormac is the Climate Ambassadors Northw…
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Special #ClimateAmbassdors mini-series! Learn more about the scheme and get to know each of the England regional teams. Joining Kit Marie from the Southeast hub is Gemma Bailey. Sticking with juice, they and chat about the influence of local authorities, reintroducing bison to Kent, baking, amongst other things!Gemma is based in Kent, but works at …
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https://gofund.me/db5ab1e2 We are excited to announce a special fundraiser hosted by Book 101 Review podcast in support of less fortunate children around the world. Our goal is to foster a love for reading and provide essential educational resources to children who need them the most. By participating in this fundraiser, you can help us supply book…
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📝 Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui by the locals, is a far flung island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. But while it's v…
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It is part of the traditional district of Sunnmøre and the centre of the Ålesund Region. The town of Ålesund is the administrative centre of Ålesund Municipality, as well as the principal shipping town of the Sunnmøre district. The town is a sea port and is noted for its concentration of Art Nouveau architecture. Although sometimes internationally …
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Housing experts and activists have long described the foundational role race has played in the creation of mass homeownership. This book insistently tracks the inverse: the role of mass homeownership in changing the definition, perception, and value of race. In The Residential Is Racial: A Perceptual History of Mass Homeownership (Stanford Universi…
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Kit Marie and Will Duffy sit down and discuss science & religion, free-diving, snorkeling, veggie-free diets, amongst other things!Will is a pastor in a small town in Colorado* and the creator of 'The Final Experiment', a venture to bring together prominent #FlatEarth touters and their detractors to #Antarctica. You can find out more by visiting ht…
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In Seeding Empire: American Philanthrocapital and the Roots of the Green Revolution in Africa (University of California Press, 2024), Dr. Aaron Eddens rewrites an enduring story about the past—and future—of global agriculture. Dr. Eddens connects today's efforts to cultivate a "Green Revolution in Africa" to a history of American projects that intr…
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In this episode, we welcome back Lauren Guy, CEO and founder of ASTERRA, a groundbreaking company using L band and synthetic aperture radar (SAR) for commercial purposes. Lauren shares his journey as a geophysicist and discusses the innovative applications of L band in detecting water leakages, soil moisture, and even minerals from space. Dive deep…
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📝 Substack: https://geographyiseverything.substack.com/ 📽️ YouTube: @GeographyByGeoff 📷 Socials: https://linktr.ee/geographybygeoff 📖 Check out Hunter's atlas' here: https://www.indiebound.org/search/book?keys=hunter+shobe Trains are an incredibly important piece of transportation technology. But while the United States is not often considered to b…
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It is located in Nordkapp Municipality in Finnmark county. Honningsvåg was declared a city in 1996, despite its small population. The 1.05-square-kilometre (260-acre) town has a population of 2,484 (2017), which gives the town a population density of 2,366 inhabitants per square kilometre (6,130/sq mi…
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It is widely acknowledged that the United States is in the grip of an enduring housing crisis. It is less frequently recognized that this crisis amounts to more than there being an insufficient supply of adequate shelter. It rather is tied to a range of other forms of social and economic vulnerability – and many of these forms of vulnerability impe…
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