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April 9, 2014
USGIF Releases Human Geography Monograph

Herndon, Va., April 4, 2014—USGIF recently published a 232-page monograph titled “Human Geography: Socio-Cultural Dynamics and Challenges to Global Security.” This is the first publication of the USGIF Monograph Series, marking an exciting new phase of USGIF professional development.

The monograph features a collection of articles from thought leaders and leading human geography practitioners around the globe, targeting towards human geography academic programs as either a primary or secondary textbook.

Copies will be available for purchase at GEOINT Foreword and at the USGIF booth in the GEOINT 2013* exhibit hall. The cost for USGIF Members is $79 and the non-member price is $99. Bulk purchase discounts are also available. Online sales may be available after the Symposium.

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