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an expert on geography

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As well as attending Society events, talks and exhibitions, both Young Geographers and Ordinary Members receive discounts at Stanfords and Cotswold Outdoor.
Geographer is headed up by Mike Deni (vocals, guitar, keys, synth, saxophone), who plays with Joyce Lee (cello, synth), Duncan Nielsen (guitar, bass, synth, vocals) and Cody Rhodes (drums) when playing live.
With that in mind, and recognising the importance of the next generation of geographers, Bangor University held a 6th form Geography conference recently.
Geographers say the disappearing ice is "one of the most striking" changes in the history of the National Geographic Atlas of the World.
Washington has been chosen by the Association of American Geographers (A AG) to receive the 2014 AAG Honorary Geographer Award.
On 20 March, the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Makedonika litera publishing house promoted the Macedonian translation of the volume Macedonia--A Region and a Culture of Living by German geographer Leonhard Schultze Jena (1872-1955).
Harriet Chalmers Adams, a leading American explorer and geographer, loved adventure from early on.
A main Interest of the geographer is to understand the relationship of culture systems with geography.
This collection of a dozen essays is instigated by the work of political geographer Kevin Cox.
Rebecca Aspin, 12, of Redcar's Sacred Heart School, earned a "highly commended" prize in the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) and Geographical magazine's Young Geographer of the Year competition.
But it isn't actually the busiest region for tornadoes, says geographer Michael Frates.
A founder member of the New Zealand Geographical Society, in 1945 he established the journal The New Zealand Geographer for which he would remain editor for a decade.
Sergio Prim, the novel's narrator and protagonist, is a geographer by trade with a broken radar when it comes to navigating human relationships.
The show is a tribute to Katip Celebi, the well-known 17th century historian, geographer and bibliographer, on the 400th anniversary of his birth, which is being marked across Turkey throughout the year as part of the 2009 Year of Katip Celebi announced by the Turkish commission of UNESCO.
That's also true for the Office of the Geographer and Global Issues in the Bureau of Intelligence and Research.