Environmental geographers are concerned with how human beings use the earth and impact the environment.
Cultural and human geographers study the aspects of geography that relate to different cultures. They especially focus on cultural origins and movement and the cultural characteristics of regions.
Geographers utilize a variety of technologies to generate maps, store, analyze and interpret map information.
Planners ensure that communities develop in an orderly way and that they have the services necessary to support them.
Physical geographers study earth processes such as climate and weather. They also evaluate the impact of natural hazards such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and earthquakes.
Economic geographers study the distribution of resources and economic activities within a certain region. They may use this information to advise organizations on where to build new facilities.
Geography teachers may specialize in one or more areas of the discipline or incorporate it into a social science education program.