Camouflage is a way for animals and insects to blend in with their surroundings in order to avoid detection.
Giant sequoias are one of the longest lived tree species, with the oldest giant sequoia living an estimated 3,400 years.
Learn the order in which each state was admitted to the United States as well as some geography facts.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station are helping to document irrigation practices around the world and determine their effectiveness.
Maps and GIS
The work of the Black Panther Party, a 1960s- and 1970s-era Black political group featured in a new movie and a documentary, helps illustrate how cartography can illuminate injustice.
Geographer Josephy Kerski writes about 10 key reasons why geospatial data quality matters.
We Are the Land: A History of Native California recounts the perspective of the California Indians.
This book is a collaborative effort to investigate the successes and failures of the re-introduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park