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Inchon, South Korea

Located along the Yellow Sea, Inchon is a city (center, right) of over 2 million people and is the chief port of Seoul, South Korea. The difference between high tide and low tide can vary up to 32 feet (9.75 meters).

"One Man's Planet" now Available for the Kindle

The American Geological Institute's (AGI) newest publication, "One Man's Planet: Earth in Today's Political Culture" by Stephen M. Testa is now available for the Kindle.

AGI Announces 2010 Edward C. Roy Award

Jason Pittman, lead science resource teacher at Hollin Meadows Science and Math Focus School in Alexandria, VA, has been named the 2010 recipient of the Edward C. Roy, Jr. Award for Excellence in K-8 Earth Science Teaching.

EARTH Magazine: Ranking Snowstorms

Today's winter storm expected to impact the Mid-Atlantic is being described as "historic." But really, how do we know? Is just the total amount of snow important, or is it how it affects people? EARTH Magazine Online takes a special look at NOAA's efforts to categorize snowstorms - similar to the rankings of other natural disasters - and to measure their effects on society.

AGI Produces "This is AGI" Video

The American Geological Institute (AGI) has released a new video entitled ?This is AGI? available on the AGI website.

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