In the project My Place in Today’s World, children from 38 countries around the globe drew their own unique maps about where they lived and how they interacted with the world around them.
Researchers from the University of Leeds published an article in the journal Nature GeoScience with data gathered by the Swarm satellites that reveals the existence of a molten core jet stream using changes in the magnetic field.
This year a total solar eclipse will occur on August 21st, and will be visible from many states in the United States. The total solar eclipse will be visible in a path from Oregon to South Carolina.
Nicholas de Monchaux, an urban design professor at UC Berkeley, has designed a project called Local Code that maps the underused sites in a city’s infrastructure and analyses how these spaces could be used to improve the local ecology.