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Arlyne Johnson, wildlife conservationist working in Latin America and Asia.The Society of Woman Geographers is an international community of geographers and others that encourages and supports research and exploration, provides opportunities to share ideas and promotes intellectual exchange.

 

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Rebecca Lee, documenting the effects of climate change.We have approximately 500 members across the U.S. and in 28 foreign countries, who include anthropologists, journalists, archaeologists, oceanographers, diplomats, explorers and many other professions. Regular meetings and field trips related to members' work are held by groups located in Chicago, New York, the San Francisco Bay Area, South Florida, Southern California and Washington, DC. In addition we have At-Large members living in 36 states and Corresponding members living in 32 countries. Our Headquarters is located in an historic townhouse four blocks from the Capitol in Washington, DC.

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