GeoSource 21-13

After all the kerfuffle about the Ever Given stuck in the Suez Canal and choke points in shipping, Marine Traffic shows it all, opening great discussions on shipping patterns, oil tanker routes, fishing areas, and containers ships.

or more, see Transportation and Communication in Globalization and Trade.Missed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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Online animations of all things Geographical: OS maps, climate, rivers, weather, plate tectonics, and more, There is a fee, but everything I've tested works without it.

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GeoSource 21-11

Project 17

A series of 5min videos of 17-year-olds and each SDG from BBC World Service

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GeoSource 21-10

Mapped: The Drainage Basins of the World’s Longest Rivers

Not just the map, but some data too. Perfect for World Geography and for introducing rivers and river patterns.

For more see World Drainage Basins; under Rivers. Missed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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Plant-based diets and Climate Change

Straight from one of the most trusted data sources: OurWorldInData.org

For more see Climate Change Solutions; under Climate Change. Missed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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As an educator, I've been looking for a simulator like this for students to interactively create scenarios to help humanity reach 2°C or even 1.5°C. This is it, complete with video and doc support.

For more see Climate Change Solutions; under Climate Change. Missed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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This one is for educators:

I recently attended a PopEd webinar and was energized by the excellent interactive lessons they offer teachers, complete with virtual versions, on Population, Resource/Environmental Connections and Societal Connections

For more on Population see Demographics; for Resources, go to Resources.. Missed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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with the Global Carbon Atlas
The Carbon Story
from past to present to future; the Global Carbon Budget; CH4 Budget; and N2O Budget

For more on Carbon see the Carbon Cycle at Global Climate Change Missed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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Numbeo: Cost of Living Comparison

Comparing global cities? Here's a great site to help.

For more on Cities, see Urbanization & MegacitiesMissed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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Some interesting geography here.

For more information, see Demographics and Development Missed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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GeoInquiries™ are 15-minute instructional activities that use interactive maps to enhance the academic instruction of standards-based topics in a variety of subjects from grades 4-12 – all online and without having to install ArcGIS.Getting to Know GeoInquiries

For more on Mapping and GIS, visit the GeoSkills page. Missed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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Though I'm not a fan of the name "3rd World Farmer", this is an excellent simulation for creating empathy for and understanding of the difficulties faced by subsistence farmers the world over. My students love it and come to appreciate how difficult life is for many.

For more on Agricultural Resources visit Resources and our new page Development Missed a GeoSource? Visit the GeoSource Archive

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27 December 2020

Climate Graphs Interactive World Map

78 climate graphs from around the world are served to you in this interactive gSlide web-app along with maps of temperature, precipitation and biomes