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Voedselbonnen in de VS waar vooral?

Voedselbonnen in de VS waar vooral? | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it

Zoals de armoede de laatste jaren over de suburbs is uitgeschoven zo is ook de ruimtelijk spreiding van de uitgifte van voedselbonnen veranderd.

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Grote zorgen om Napels, een reusachtige magmakamer die aan het opzwellen is

Grote zorgen om Napels, een reusachtige magmakamer die aan het opzwellen is | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it

Verontrustend nieuws uit Napels. Onder een buitenwijk van de miljoenenstad ligt een reusachtige magmakamer die aan het opzwellen is, zo meldt het Osservatorio Vesuviano in Napels. Dat kan duiden op een opbouwende druk die een weg naar buiten zoekt. De Italiaanse autoriteiten hebben het waarschuwingssignaal voor Napels daarom naar boven bijgesteld naar 'waakzaamheid'.

 

De Flegreïsche Velden zijn eigenlijk een supervulkaan van gigantische omvang. Onder het relatief rustige oppervlakte zit een enorme magmakamer die zich gedeeltelijk onder Napels uitstrekt. Het slechte nieuws is dat de bodem van de velden sinds enige tijd constant op en neer gaat, een teken dat de kamer vol en weer leeg stroomt. De laatste tijd vinden geologen bovendien veel forsteriet aan de oppervlakte, een mineraal dat ontsnapt als er veel gas ontsnapt. Vaak is dat een teken dat een vulkaan actief gaat worden.

 

De geologen hebben recent een 200 meter lange boorkop in de vulkaan gestoken. Die heeft gemeten dat de vloeibare magma een zuurgraad heeft bereikt die een explosieve uitbarsting mogelijk maakt. Dezelfde zure magma is in het binnenste van de Vesuvius gevonden, een teken dat de magmakamer wellicht met deze vulkaan in verbinding staat. Dat zou betekenen dat hij onder heel Napels doorloopt.

 

De geologen durven niet te voorspellen of en wanneer de Flegreïsche Velden uitbarsten. Wel weten ze dat een uitbarsting duizenden doden zal kosten. Zo'n 34.000 jaar geleden was er een massale uitbarsting die het klimaat op aarde decennia heeft beïnvloed. Zoiets zou nu weer kunnen gebeuren, maar dan in een van de dichtst bewoonde gebieden van zuid Europa.


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Hoe 'crisis mapping' helpt bij hulpverlening in Nepal

Hoe 'crisis mapping' helpt bij hulpverlening in Nepal | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
A team of Nepalis, backed by groups around the world, are helping guide what aid is needed where by "crisis mapping" Nepal, reports Saira Asher.

 

Tags: Nepal, disasters, physical, tectonics, mapping, geospatial.


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LEONARDO WILD's curator insight, May 8, 10:16 AM

Crisis are a symptom that something underneath the surface of normalcy is terribly wrong ... especially when we come to realize that everything is interconnected, even politics—worldwide.

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Hoe wij de aarde veranderen, in 15 'before-and-after' beelden.

Hoe wij de aarde veranderen, in 15 'before-and-after' beelden. | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
We've dammed mighty rivers, built hundreds of artificial islands, and made the world's fourth-largest lake disappear.

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Seth Dixon's curator insight, April 8, 12:26 PM

This article highlights 15 classroom-ready examples of environmental change that can readily detected with satellite imagery.   See these 25 from NASA's Earth Observatory for more.


Tags: remote sensing, land use, environment, geospatial, environment modify, unit 1 Geoprinciples.

LEONARDO WILD's curator insight, April 9, 8:47 AM

Transforming the planet in massive scales.

Courtney Barrowman's curator insight, May 21, 10:02 AM

Summer reading KQ2, How have humans altered Earth's environment? key concepts- remote sensing, land use

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Augmented Reality Sandbox

"Realtime topographic contour line generation."


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Bobbi Dunham's curator insight, March 8, 10:08 AM

Well, that is just incredible. Now THAT'S a sandbox! Augmented Reality is going to be a major gamechanger.

Lorraine Chaffer's curator insight, April 5, 9:20 PM

Every Geography classroom needs one of these to explain topography

Paul Farias's curator insight, April 9, 12:24 PM

This thing is sick! I would love to make one of these i would play with this thing for hours and I'm an adult. And they say video games are useless, the kinect can be used for things other than dance offs and such. 

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Inwoners van India verliezen bij elkaar miljoenen levensjaren door de enorme luchtverontreiniging.

Inwoners van India verliezen bij elkaar miljoenen levensjaren door de enorme luchtverontreiniging. | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it

Meer dan de helft van de Indiase bevolking leeft in gebieden met gevaarlijke doses luchtverontreiniging. Dit gegeven is omgezet naar verlies aan levensjaren. 13 van de top 20 steden met de meeste vervuiling liggen in India! 

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Waarom zorgt vuur in Australië voor zo'n probleem?

Waarom zorgt vuur in Australië voor zo'n probleem? | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
Once again, the Australian summer is dominated by raging bushfires. Why is fire such a huge problem in Australia?
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Landbouw: de aarde kan niet zonder vrouwen

"In this Feed the Future video, narrator Matt Damon discusses the importance of increasing food production around the world and notes the importance of equipping women with the right tools, training, and  technology to see as much as a 30 percent increase in food production. To feed our growing population we need to increase food production by 70 percent before 2050. Women make up the majority of the agricultural workforce in many areas of the world."


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, December 17, 2014 1:03 PM

A colleague mine thought that the ideas in this video were so obvious and non-controversial, he said, "Why does this even need to be stated? Why would we exclude women from agriculture?"  The simple answer is that it wouldn't need to be stated if women around the world did have equal access to resources.  For many of the world's poor, this is where the rubber meets the road. 


Tags: developmentgender, agriculture, food production, labor.

AckerbauHalle's curator insight, December 23, 2014 12:37 AM

Für die zukünftige Ernährung der Welt gibt es einen oft übersehenen Faktor: Gleichberechtigung von Frauen. Frauen sind in vielen Ländern für die Arbeit auf den Feldern verantwortlich. Gleichzeitig haben sie keine Rechte am Land und sind schlecht ausgebildet und - wenn überhaupt - schlecht bezahlt. 

Lauren Quincy's curator insight, March 19, 4:50 PM

Unit 5: Agriculture, Food Production and Rural Land Use 

 

This video is about how women make up the majority of the agricultural workforce and that giving them access to land, water, markets, and technology could increase food production by 30%. This in return would help boost the economy. Places such as Kenya have given women the same resources as men and have seen a 22% increase in crop production. In Brazil, programs targeting women in agriculture have helped cut the population in extreme poverty by half and malnutrition by 73%. This video encourages people around the world to help give women the resources they need in order to increase the food production and economy. 

 

This relates to unit 5 because it deals with agriculture and particularly women's roles in agriculture. This video explains how increased resources can help end world hunger. Women are not given as much opportunity as men and this video expresses need to invest in women's rights. 

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Betwiste grenzen in Azië

Betwiste grenzen in Azië | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it

Tags: borders, political, conflict, infographic, map.


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Asie(s)'s curator insight, November 23, 2014 10:23 PM

A good overview on the matter!

Kevin Barker's curator insight, November 25, 2014 8:20 AM

A great primer for discussions over border disputes.  In this modern geopolitical climate, some of these claims can seem aggressive to say the least.  The strategies/responses can also be very interesting when military options are put aside.

Jake Red Dorman's curator insight, November 25, 2014 12:36 PM

I was looking at the disputes between the Paracel Islands, the Spratly Islands, and the Scarborough Shoal. What I notices with all oft he disputes, the land being fought over is all claimed by China but the land location itself is all closer to the country china is disputing it over. For the Paracel Islands, China and Vietnam are in dispute especially after China put 2 oil rigs by their land. The other dispute between the Spratly Islands, China and the Philippines each claim entire ownership of the lands but Malaysia, Indonesia, and Brunei all claim some part of the islands as well. For the Scarborough Shoal, it is a lot closer to the Philippines than it is to China but China claims it as their own since they discovered the land. Now china has restricted access to the island following a standoff.    

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25 jaar na val van de muur is Duitsland nog steeds een tweedeling

25 jaar na val van de muur is Duitsland nog steeds een tweedeling | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
Stunning satellite images and maps show how east and west differ from each other even today.

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16s3d's curator insight, November 4, 2014 2:11 AM

On efface pas 40 ans d'histoire en 25 ans, ni même en 40...(?)

Peter Phillips's curator insight, November 6, 2014 11:43 AM

50 years of communist rule still affect opportunities in Germany today, as these maps show. What they don't show is the social mirror that each provides to the other and the rich discussions about social policy that result. Reunification has been an expensive exercise for Germany, however one that it is committed to.

Jacob Conklin's curator insight, February 12, 6:20 PM

The Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, but its influence is still present in today's Germany. History plays a key role in the shaping of political boundaries and that history is clearly evident in Germany. The line where the Berlin wall once stood still divides the country economically. The western part of Germany is far more economically affluent than the east. The USSR may be gone, but its influence still remains. 

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Ebola en de 'mental map' van Afrika.

Ebola en de 'mental map' van Afrika. | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
Despite the Ebola outbreak currently only affecting three countries that together make up less than 2% of the total area of Africa, the perception among some is that the entire continent of Africa is currently at risk.
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Containerisatie vormde Globalization

Sometimes a single unlikely idea can have massive impact across the world. Sir Harold Evans, the author of They Made America, describes how frustration drove...

 

 


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Alyssa Dorr's curator insight, December 7, 2014 5:26 PM

I always enjoyed TED videos. What really struck me was the opening sentence of the video, "everything is everywhere these days." This is so true in so many ways. The video uses different examples that you can find in different stores from places all over the world. How many things can you could in your bedroom that says "Made in China" or some other place other than the US? This is very common as we all know. Products and goods come from all over the world and even over seas. This is a process that we call globalization. However, the video introduces a process called containerization. This process saves an ample amount of time for the workers. The process was a success. "shrinking the world and enlarging human choice."

Michael Mazo's curator insight, December 10, 2014 7:48 PM

Globalization has connected the world in such a way that we hadn't thought possible. This idea has created rising economies all over the world and has made transport of goods and services move faster and continues to increase this rate with advances in technology. Containerization is a staple of globalization and without it, none of these products would be able to get from country to country. In essence it has developed the world of import and exports. To add to this success, globalization has also created jobs and communities which revolve heavily around the transport of goods. It saves time by using massive containers to move goods and it creates opportunities in places where it had not been possible before. 

Ricardo Cabeza de Vaca's curator insight, May 27, 3:45 AM

I believe this video is very interesting. It tells us that everything we have today is thanks to globalization and the reason we have it so fast is because of shipping containers! In the video it told me that before my time it was impossible to get swordfish from Japan or cheeses from France, but now thanks to globalization it is all possible. Globalization is even behind the reason how our phones were made! 

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Wereld: cultuur verspreiding vanaf 600v Chr, in 5 min

"This animation distils hundreds of years of culture into just five minutes. A team of historians and scientists wanted to map cultural mobility, so they tracked the births and deaths of notable individuals like David, King of Israel, and Leonardo da Vinci, from 600 BC to the present day. Using them as a proxy for skills and ideas, their map reveals intellectual hotspots and tracks how empires rise and crumble. The information comes from Freebase, a Google-owned database of well-known people and places, and other catalogues of notable individuals. The team is based at the University of Texas at Dallas."


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Geografische concepten als stedelijke ontwikkeling en diffusie patronen worden zichtbaar. Primate city en rank-size rule.....en demografische veranderingen in gebeiden.

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MsPerry's curator insight, August 12, 2014 10:47 AM

APHG-U3

Stran smith's curator insight, August 27, 2014 9:25 PM

Hi it's one of your students try to guess who it is��

Emily Coats's curator insight, May 27, 10:27 AM

CULTURAL UNIT

This amazing youtube video is something we watched in class, and is such a great animation. This video charts hundreds of years of cultural diffusion in a mere five minutes. You can see empires rise and crumple, people die and become born, as well as many other significant dates. This applies to the diffusion patterns of culture, because we can see where people and cultures are going throughout the centuries. 

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2e WO zorgde voor een cartografische revolutie

2e WO zorgde voor een cartografische revolutie | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it

"More Americans came into contact with maps during World War II than in any previous moment in American history. From the elaborate and innovative inserts in the National Geographic to the schematic and tactical pictures in newspapers, maps were everywhere. On September 1, 1939, the Nazis invaded Poland, and by the end of the day a map of Europe could not be bought anywhere in the United States. In fact, Rand McNally reported selling more maps and atlases of the European theaters in the first two weeks of September than in all the years since the armistice of 1918. Two years later, the attack on Pearl Harbor again sparked a demand for maps."


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Nancy Watson's curator insight, July 25, 2014 10:04 AM

Global interaction and maps. WWII. 

MsPerry's curator insight, August 12, 2014 6:59 PM

APHG-U1

Nicole Kearsch's curator insight, October 14, 2014 2:06 PM

Whenever there is war, Americans want maps.  They want to know about where conflict is, how far away from home it is, and why people are being sent to the places they are being sent.  With the new map ideas in World War II from Harrison maps were made to better display distance and direction to people.  He used different projections in areas.  He also drew maps from different places, for example what does Japan look like when you are in Siberia.  Transforming flat maps back to having some sort of global shape was exactly what we needed to get away from the old outdated unreliable style of maps.

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Californië: Noorden geeft (levens)water aan het zuiden.

Perhaps the most fundamental water fact about California is that, historically, water was extremely scarce in the southern two-thirds of the state. The vast majority of precipitation occurs up north, mainly in the winter.
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Nepal aardbeving: honderden doden en nog vele waarschijnlijk bedolven

Nepal aardbeving: honderden doden en nog vele waarschijnlijk bedolven | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
At least 970 people have died as Nepal suffered its worst earthquake for more than 80 years, with deaths also reported in India, Tibet and Bangladesh.

 

Tags: Nepal, disasters, physical, tectonics.


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Droogte Californië: wanneer stopt de groei en de druk op de natuur?

Droogte Californië: wanneer stopt de groei en de druk op de natuur? | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
A punishing drought is forcing a reconsideration of whether the aspiration of untrammeled growth that has for so long been the state’s engine has run against the limits of nature.
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Kan India een wereldmacht worden?


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Bob Beaven's curator insight, April 2, 3:16 PM

This video discusses the concept of India becoming a Superpower, which has for a long time been predicted (BRIC).  The BRIC countries are Brazil, Russia, India, and China.  China is currently the strongest out of the group, but in this piece it is discussed how India can itself become a regional power.  India's main geographic way to secure itself as a superpower is to control the Kashmir region, as Pakistan and China can share a border if India is not there.  For India this is concerning as China could influence Pakistan, a long time rival of India, to invade and give them support.  Another weakness of India is the "federation, almost a confederation" idea that surrounds the power of the states in the country.  India is supposed to be a democracy like the United States, but because of its large size and various ethnic backgrounds, it is hard to unify all the states.  However, India does have a large population and if the country continues to modernize and solves the Kashmir problem it will be in a stronger position to become a regional player.  Another thing that India will have to do is to have good relations with Bangladesh, so China can't influence attacks from either direction.

Louis Mazza's curator insight, April 6, 5:04 PM

Once referred to as the crown of British Empire, India is now resurging as a great power. The Ganges River gives some of the most fertile land in the world at its delta, and runs through India like the Mississippi. Geographically isolated on most of its borders, with mountain ranges and oceans leaves India disconnected or protected, like a castle.  In this isolation there is a lot of conflicts, without proper dams to protect this fertile land, it is always at a flood threat. All of India’s major cities are situated at the base of rivers to promote expansions. If India cannot secure water for the bordering nations it will not be able to become a superpower, and lower the gap between rich and poor.  

Paul Farias's curator insight, April 9, 11:29 AM

If you were to ask me before watching this video, i would say absolutely. They have the capability because they are full of intelligent people, they also have enough people to do it. Something is just holding them back from moving forward...

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Tweede taal rond Londens underground in kaart gebracht

Tweede taal rond Londens underground in kaart gebracht | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it

"Walk along the streets of London and it’s not uncommon to hear a variety of langauges jostling for space in your eardrums. Step inside a tube carriage on the underground and the story is no different.

Oliver O’Brien, researcher in geovisualisation and web mapping at University College London’s department of geography, has created a map showing what the most common second language (after English) is at certain tube stops across the capital.

Using a map of tube journeys and busy stations that he had previously created, O’Brien used 2011 Census data to add the second most commonly spoken language that people who live nearby speak."


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, February 11, 9:12 AM

This map is an excellent way to introduce the concept of ethnic neighborhoods and show how they spatially form and what ties them together.  This other article shows how the spatial arrangement of London's population has changed from 1939 to today. 


Tags: London, urbantransportation, ethnicitylanguage, culture.

Bharat Employment's curator insight, February 12, 11:45 PM

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Kristin Mandsager San Bento's curator insight, April 6, 9:29 PM

This made me think of how this could be done in New York City.  I imagine results would be similar.  You could map out the languages for sure.  

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Hoeveel Europese landen passen er in Brazilië?

Hoeveel Europese landen passen er in Brazilië? | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it

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Lora Tortolani's curator insight, February 19, 8:53 PM

That is a whole lot of potential culture in one country.  

Kevin Cournoyer's curator insight, May 5, 10:21 AM

This map/infographic really puts things into perspective. Generally, we tend to think of Russia, China, or Canada, among others when we think of large countries. Somehow, Brazil doesn't always spring to mind despite the fact that it really is quite large. Any country which could fit more than half the countries of Europe within its borders is clearly not a small one. These kinds of things are always very interesting to me personally because they really provide some perspective about how we perceive the world and some misconceptions that we may have about certain things. 

 

I think this map/infographic also exposes a big problem that we run into with map projections. Many times, maps end up being so distorted and skewed (usually to the benefit of North America/U.S.) that the rest of the world appears very different than it actually is. Africa usually appears much smaller than it actually is, Europe and the United States appear larger than they are, and distances and scales are butchered. South America, and Brazil in particular, are by no means immune to this phenomenon, so it is no surprise that many people don't realize just how big it is. Unfortunately, it takes an image like the one above for people to realize just how big some countries are and how unreliable map projections can be. 

Jacob Conklin's curator insight, May 6, 2:34 PM

"Have you ever wanted to be the center of attention so badly that you cut Asia in half?" This question comes from the notion of euro-centricity in maps, portraying America and Europe as the centers of the world, distorting the worlds perspective. In the same way, people tend to view Europe as a massive entity that dominates the northern hemisphere, leaving other countries to live in their shadow as smaller entities. Brazil is the biggest country in South America, but is dwarfed in its depiction in maps and globes. This is similar to what is seen in Africa. People's sense of spacial awareness is warped by inaccuracy in maps.  

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Hoe groot is Afrika eigenlijk?

Hoe groot is Afrika eigenlijk? | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it

Groter dan het op de meeste kaarten lijkt  http://econ.st/1vUvhmy pic.twitter.com/s14Te9FePM


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Courtney Barrowman's curator insight, November 20, 2014 2:37 PM

unit 1

Rich Schultz's curator insight, November 26, 2014 1:45 PM

Yes, Africa is much larger than the rest of the world realizes!

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Aardverschuivingen in Zwitserland en Italië

Aardverschuivingen in Zwitserland en Italië | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
At least four people are killed when landslides engulf homes in southern Switzerland and northern Italy following days of torrential rain.
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De Kustlijn Paradox : schaal en meten

De Kustlijn Paradox : schaal en meten | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it

Welk land heeft de langste kustlijn? Ligt er aan welk lijstje je gebruikt....Hoe komen die verschillen?

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Geographic Influences of Skating

"Dogtown and Z-Boys: A documentary about the pioneering 1970s Zephyr skating team."


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Seth Dixon's curator insight, October 9, 2014 1:53 PM

Popular culture is shaped by taste-makers, counter-cultural movements, and the blending of cultural practices in new ways creating a distinct aesthetic. Often, the physical geography of a region plays a crucial role in shaping the cultural practices particular to their environment. All of that can be seen quite vividly in the colorful skating revolution of the 1970s that took shape in the Southern California. Kids who grew up idolizing surfers branched out their recreational habits into the modern form of skating that we see today at the X Games. Made legendary through a series of Skateboarder magazine articles, these kids shaped the cultural ethos of skateboarding for over a generation. With the coastal influence of surfing, the socioeconomics of a seaside slum, it’s abandoned piers, the ubiquity of cement and asphalt in the urban landscape, the run-down neighborhood of “Dogtown” was home to cultural movement. The fierce droughts of the 1970 meant abandoned swimming pools; that drought led surfers to the technological infrastructure for modern skating ramps and half pipes as they skated in emptied swimming pools. As stated in those Skaterboarder articles, “two hundred years of American technology has unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential. But it was the minds of 11 year olds that could see that potential.” The documentary “Dogtown and Z-Boys” (trailer) and the fictionalized “Lords of Dogtown,” (trailer) both produced by skater turned filmmaker Stacy Peralta, chronicle the age (“Lords of Dogtown” is not appropriate for the K-12 classroom viewing).


Tags: place, spacesport, California, landscapevideo, popular culture, music.

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MeteoEarth - website en apps voor het weer in de klas

MeteoEarth - website en apps voor het weer in de klas | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
MeteoEarth is a fantastic website and set of apps that let you view global weather patterns as they occur in real time on your IWB or iPad. ("MeteoEarth – A Global Weather Viewer in the Classroom" looks like useful fun!
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Outsourcing textielproductie: maar waar komt het vandaan? Interactive kaart.

Outsourcing textielproductie: maar waar komt het vandaan? Interactive kaart. | aardrijkskunde | Scoop.it
This dynamic map shows where major garment companies outsource manufacturing.
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