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GeoAffairs is an informational website about all things geography.  
Find information here about physical and human geography and in particular these topics:

Physical Geography

  • Biogeography
  • Climatology & Meteorology
  • Coastal Geography
  • Environmental Management
  • Geodesy
  • Geomorphology
  • Glaciology
  • Hydrology & Hydrography
  • Landscape Ecology
  • Oceanography
  • Pedology
  • Paleogeography
  • Quaternary Science

Human Geography

  • Cultural geography
  • Development geography
  • Economic geography
  • Health geography
  • Historical & Time geog.
  • Political geog. & Geopolitics
  • Pop. geog. or Demography
  • Religion geography
  • Social geography
  • Transportation geography
  • Tourism geography
  • Urban geography
  • Behavioral Geography

About Richard Buettner
– Editor of GeoAffairs.com –

Richard Buettner is the editor of GeoAffairs. He holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Geography from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Germany. Richard has been active in the geography field for over 25 years.


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Richard Buettner
– Editor of GeoAffairs –
Goltzstr. 39
10781 Berlin, Germany

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GeoAffairs.com welcomes guest articles about geography tips, homeschool geography lessons, and informative articles about concepts in the field of geography.

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Contact Richard Buettner at contact@geoaffairs.com with your article proposal.  Articles can be on a range of topics relating to geography, mapping, cartography, and geospatial technologies.

Articles about geography concepts, geographic phenomenon, and book reviews are examples of the types of longer articles accepted on GeoAffairs.  These articles are longer than news posts and can range in length from 700 – 3000 words.