Geography Compass

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Edited By: Michael Bradshaw (Editor-in-Chief) and John Kupfer (Associate Editor for Physical Geography)

Online ISSN: 1749-8198

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The film is presented with discussion led by different talking heads, shots from a variety of locations and rhythmic diagrams that are used to emphasise the points that are made in the article.

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Geography Directions

Geography Directions is the associated site for RGS-IBG Journals and Geography Compass, Wiley-Blackwell’s review journal covering the entire discipline. On this site we host daily posts, video files and news items from our team of contributors. You can then link through to associated articles published in our featured journals.

Floodplain Catastrophes and Climate Change: Lessons from the Rise and Fall of Riverine Societies

By Professor Mark G. Macklin (Aberystwyth University)

This keynote lecture was given as part of the 2009 Compass Interdisciplinary Virtual Conference.

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Urban Explorers Video

This video is a 30-minute introduction to the practice of urban exploration. Constructed as a video article for the journal Geography Compass, the article uses footage from the author's own explorations in California, Las Vegas and London to visually depict a theoretical unpacking of the practice by 5 academic geographers.

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