Study References for Students & Teachers

A Bibliography of Research on the Geography of
South Australia 2002 – 2007

This bibliography lists research articles published from 2002 to 2009, and post-graduate theses (provided they are lodged in the library), that examine aspects of the physical and human geography of South Australia.  Items have been selected for inclusion on the basis of their contribution to an understanding of South Australian environments, regions and places, society environment relationships, and the role of place. .


 Student Geographical Projects

Below are listed some useful sites for you to explore. If you wish to have a Society Member visit your school or tertiary institution please contact the Society.  The Society welcomes tour groups and students throughout our opening hours.

Sea Level Change

Careers in Geography

Geography as a subject or a career see the Geography Teachers’ Association of South Australia.

Geographical bibliographies and other information

There are a number of bibliographies and other useful documents about sources in the RGSSA Library available on the Library pages.


 Teacher/Student Geographical Resources

The Global Education Centre is a non-profit, non-government organisation committed to global education, by supporting South Australian community members, teachers and students through: Hosting and running workshops from teacher professional development to student workshops; resources for loan and for sale including books, magazines, videos, CD’s, DVD’s, posters, simulation games.  Go to the site: Global Education Centre (SA) Inc.

The Spatialworlds blog is a repository of teaching resources, images, commentary and website links for those interested in spatial education, spatial technology and geography in schools. The GeogSpace resource has been developed by AGTA with the support of ESA and is now online as a free standalone website open to the world. GeogSpace is the perfect support for classroom teachers engaging with the new Australian Curriculum: Geography.  Spatialworlds Blogspot