American Geographical Society

L’American Geographical Society (AGS) est une organisation professionnelle de géographes. Elle a été fondée en 1851 dans la ville de New York.

La Société encourage les activités qui amplifient les connaissances géographiques.

Elle publie la Geographical Review, une revue trimestrielle consacrée exclusivement à la géographie.

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