worldgeochat and this week I saw this graphic introducing a web site titled The Human Imprint.
I took a look at the site and found it to be a treasure of information and ideas. It was created by a geography teacher and one section is an Illustrated Textbook for teaching geography and spatial-based history, current events, environmental topics and more.
However, another section is a web library, organized in nine categories, with topics such as population and migration, urbanization, industry and economic geography, political configurations, etc. In each section are sub-sections, which you can find using the drop-down menu.
geography and mapping resources. The graphic at the right can be found in this presentation, describing the information library I've been building and showing my goal of finding others who are experts in specific topics. It looks like The Human Imprint is providing some of this expertise.
I encourage you to book mark the site as I did, and visit regularly.