A geoscientist crafts a viral research video with a little bit of patience and a whole lot of felt.
An artist honors the struggles of undocumented immigrants in the Mexico-U.S. borderlands and shows the emotional and environmental toll of immigration policies.
To reach a broader audience, one artist and physical scientist takes data on environmental catastrophe and renders it beautiful.
A new interactive web map allows you to explore a reimagined geography of the United States based on socially connected commuter megaregions generated using big data.
A historian finds that making maps can be invaluable when tracing the paths of research subjects, and that ArcGIS can be a useful tool even for scholars with little formal training or experience in cartography.
The Edge Effects Editorial Board’s September recommendations feature content on the National Parks from around the web and beyond for the parks’ Centennial.
May 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.
Exploring family farms, racial inequality, sea monsters, and much more, student mapmakers gain new understandings of place.
April 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.
The Mapping Borders project rethinks Syria’s borders, adding individual experiences and stories to the “line.”