Natural and human geographies inspired by delicate empricism
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Thank you for the follow. I look forward to reading your posts. By the way, I took a World Geography course in my first year of high school in the U.S. However, I was not really introduced to what I consider to be real geography until I studied geography my last year of high school in Adelaide, South Australia. My interest in geography continued through university, and I taught high school geography back here in the U.S. for several years. Unfortunately, not many schools here include geography in the curriculum anymore, so for the last 16 years I had to work it into the history curriculum whenever I could. Best wishes to you in your studies!
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