Wednesday, May 02, 2012

Home Page Nuggets

My various web pages and blogs began in the mid-1990s with a single web page on the then-new web site of UT-Brownsville. It included some writing advice and a few geography links. Eventually, the site moved to its present hosting at Bridgewater State University and grew to hundreds of pages, and during one reorganization, I decided to put a series of very short articles on the home page, as examples of the variety that can be found in the field of geography. Those half-dozen examples eventually inspired me to create this blog, which now has several hundred examples of geographic thinking -- use the search box at the top of this page to see if your favorite topic has been mentioned.

From time to time, though, I want to point to one of those original items on the home page, so today I created "hot spot" links to these items on that home page.

Rain Forest Geography
Earth at Night
John Snow -- Geography of Public Health
Hurricane Katrina
Sprawl Redux -- The Playground Problem
Geography of Coffee
Geography for Global Education
Geography is What Geographers Do

Happy browsing!

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