Interviews with Geographers about their New Books, Discussions on Geography and geospatial technologies, Podcast by Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Schools, Liminal Limits with Sara Chicazul and Adam Sakellarides. This special episode of GeogPod takes the audio from a panel discussion held over Zoom during the GA's recent eConference. What is Geospatial 2.0? Listen online, no signup necessary. Pick your device below to find out how to use podcasts on Spotify. This week, John spoke to Stephen Legg, Professor of Historical Geography at Nottingham University. Click to directly download MP3 Amazon gets ok to test drone delivery Parrot gets A…, This week we look at some news around drones and information literacy and we begin the first part of a conversation about geoviz for information sharing. . GeogPod is available on most main podcast apps, including Spotify and iTunes (we should be on Google Podcasts, Acast and Stitcher soon too!). Interviews with the people that are shaping the future of GIS, geospatial and the mapping world. S1 4BF, Tel: 0114 296 0088 Interwar Berliners faced this question with great hope yet devastating consequences. These podcasts are available on other platforms, but these are the top twelve that Spotify has to offer, in no particular order. After years of staggering economic growth and a political breakthrough in 2013, disappointment set in as the fruits of this growth failed to rea…, The Mekong River is one of the world’s great rivers.
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Topics covered include urban issues & challenges and the pros & cons of different renewable energy supplies, before a cracking stress buster that calls on advice from some of the biggest names in pop music (Ariana features, don't you worry!
The conversation began in the previous part of the episode. Latest was S. Lawreniuk and L. Parsons, Going Nowhere Fast: Mobile Inequality in the Age of Translocality (Oxford UP, 2020). This time we bring you the audio from Katy Salter's session from the GCSE pathway which focused on using assessment data and evidence-based strategies to boost attainment in key stage 4. Join Geography maestro Jack for a few quick pointers and refreshers before your GCSE Geog Paper 2 tomorrow! We often think of pop music as mere fluff; this show reveals its effect on our culture, from American Idol to R. Kelly and everything in between. Isn't That Spatial is a podcast dedicated to casual geography and the spatial component of whatever. This week, John spoke to Chris King, Emeritus Professer of Earth Science Education at Keele University, plate tectonics, geology, and generally his life and career in education. The paper of record's pop music team discusses new artists and tunes, and what's the what in pop culture news. GA membership provides specialist support and expert advice for geography teaching.