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Discussion of places, spaces, maps and processes that shape the world.
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Discussions of all branches and scales of geography are highly encouraged! If you have a question, no matter how basic or complex, ask away.
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Original work is welcome. If you've made a map, or written an article or blog post etc, please share.
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- /r/geospatial geography + technology
- /r/GIS geographic information science and systems
- /r/urbanplanning urban geography
- /r/UrbanStudies an academic approach to cities
- /r/socialscience some human geo and related maps here
- /r/geopolitics all the world is a stage
- r/transit/ move between places
- /r/environmental_science study the planet
- /r/EarthScience study the planet some more
- /r/climate it's all around you
- /r/placelearning place, as it relates to mind, body, and culture
- /r/NationalGeographic the big papa of geo
- /r/interculture internationalism, multiculturalism, globalization
- /r/geographie geography, en française
- /r/vexillology everything related to flags
Maps and Cartography
- /r/Maps the language of geography
- /r/Map_Porn early successor to r/MapPorn
- /r/MapPorn maps: big and small, good and bad. Ejected from the SWF network, but still a significant source of maps and discussion
- /r/oldmap the carto-arts of antiquity
- /r/mapmaking a lot like r/cartography, if r/cartography were real
- /r/papertowns not map traps, but great maps on paper
- /r/GoogleMaps browse the world with Big G
- /r/OpenStreetMap Geo for everyone
- /r/CanadianGeography the Great White North
- /r/TOmaps maps of Toronto
yes, only toronto
- /r/mapsofamerica USA maps and environs