Geography Research Guide: Home

Guide to library resources for Geographers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

What is in this guide?

This guide highlights geography resources available from the University Library, organized by geographic research theme. Each page links to interdisciplinary resources as well as pertinent subject-specific article databases and resources selected for each of the research themes.  

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All Geographers - This page provides resources useful for all geographers regardless of specialization.  Here you'll find resources for writing in geography, a small selection of electronic journals, and information about Carolina BLU.
Nature and Society - For those bridging the gap between the social and physical sciences.
Globalization & (International) Development - For those approaching the changing geographies of capital, labor, and technology.
Culture, Society and Space - Resources for studying place, power, regional change, race, gender, identity, and representation.
Geographic Information Sciences (and Geovisualization) - For those using integrated digital technologies for GIS, remote sensing, and GPS.
Earth and Environment - Resources for understanding the linkages and feedbacks of the biophysical environment.

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