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Male ruddy duck swimming in water. Photo: John J. Mosesso, USGS. Public domain, Illinois, JULY 1, 2003.

Eco-fusion: the Mixing of Native and Non-Native Species

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Species have moved (and have been moved) around the planet recombining to establish new or “novel” mixes of native and non-native species.

An early 20th-century NAACP map showing lynchings between 1909 and 1918. The maps were sent to politicians and newspapers in an effort to spur legislation protecting Black Americans. Library of Congress

How Black Cartographers Highlighted Injustice

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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.

The growth of the crack on the Brunt Ice Shelf. Change detection satellite images courtesy of EOS Data Analytics

A View of 2020 from Space

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EOS Data Analytics, an AI-powered satellite analytics platform, shares satellite imagery that highlights some of the environmental tragedies that occurred in 2020 — California and Colorado fires, Hurricane Laura, Kamchatka spill, Norilsk oil spill, and the Calving on the Brunt Ice Shelf.

Dan Ford is running a Kickstarter campaign to support the publication of his "Map Projections for Babies Board Book.

New “Map Projections for Babies” Board Book Helps Encourage Early Communication and Learning

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Dan Ford explains how support from the geospatial community will help bring the "Map Projections for Babies" board book to life.

Map provided by Governor Phil Murphy on the counties that make up central New Jersey.

The Politics of Defining Central New Jersey

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In the state of New Jersey, one of the most contentious arguments its citizens have is the existence of the region ‘central Jersey.’