Association of American Geographers, a professional society in the field of geography. It promotes research and encourages the application of geographic findings to education, government, and business. It publishes The Professional Geographer, a quarterly journal, and the monthly AAG Newsletter. The association was founded in 1904. It has a membership of about 7,000. Headquarters are in Washington, D.C.
Potatoes. Moles. Time capsules. Some things just belong underground and thrive in that dark, airless environment. Humans have long preferred topsoil to the subterranean, but some designers are looking to change that.
Continents aren't the unchanging, universally recognized land masses of our school studies. But they do help us make sense of our world. How did they get their names?