Geography & Environment Publications

 

Research in Geography Publications uniquely bridges the social sciences with the natural sciences by examining the ongoing relationship between humans and their environment. These publications cover subjects such as environmental law and justice, pollution and preservation, segregation and prejudice in communities, urban development, and dietary habits.

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Submissions from 2004

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Lostscapes: Found Sources in Search of a Fitting Representation, Joy Parr

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A Model to Calculate what a Remote Sensor 'Sees' of an Urban Surface, A. Soux, James A. Voogt, and T. R. Oke

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Numerical Modeling of Bed Topography and Bank Erosion along Tree-lined Meandering Rivers, Marco J. Van De Wiel and Stephen E. Darby

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(Re-)Making the Case for Land Reform in Jamaica, Tony Weis

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Restructuring and Redundancy: The Impacts and Illogic of Neoliberal Agricultural Reforms in Jamaica, Tony Weis

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Review of The Pig Who Sang to the Moon: The Emotional World of Farm Animals, by Jeffrey Mousaieff Masson, Tony Weis

To Raze or Renovate?: Developing Countries and the Struggle with the WTO, Tony Weis

Submissions from 2003

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Diatom-inference Models for Surface-water Temperature and Salinity Developed from a 57-lake Calibration Set from the Sierra Nevada, California, USA, Amy M. Bloom, Katrina A. Moser, David F. Porinchu, and Glen M. MacDonald

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Small Is Transient: Housebuilding Firms in Ontario, Canada 1978-98, Michael Buzzelli and Richard Harris

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Comparing Proximity Measures of Exposure to Geostatistical Estimates in Environmental Justice Research, Michael Buzzelli and Michael Jerrett

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Spatiotemporal Perspectives on Air Pollution and Environmental Justice in Hamilton, Canada, 1985-1996, Michael Buzzelli, Michael Jerrett, Richard Burnett, and Norm Finklestein

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Models in Fluvial Geomorphology, Stephen E. Darby and Marco J. Van De Wiel

It’s about Time: Exploring the Fourth Dimension in the Morphology of Urban Disasters, Jason Gilliland

Histories of Canadian Children and Youth, Nancy Janovicek and Joy Parr

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Seasonal Water Discharge and Sediment Load Changes in the Upper Yangtze, China, Xi Xi Lu, Peter Ashmore, and Jin Fei Wang

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Sediment Yield Mapping in a Large River Basin: The Upper Yangtze, China, X. X. Lu, Peter Ashmore, and Jinfei Wang

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Headquarters in Canada: An Analysis of Spatial Patterns, Stephen P. Meyer and Milford B. Green

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The Influence of Reactive Torques on Comet Nucleus Rotation, A. I. Neishtadt, D. J. Scheeres, V. V. Sidorenko, Phil Stooke, and A. A. Vasiliev

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Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Climate and Limnological Changes in the Sierra Nevada, California, USA Inferred from Midges (Insecta: Diptera: Chironomidae), David F. Porinchu, Glen M. MacDonald, Amy M. Bloom, and Katrina A. Moser

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Bed Particle Path Length Distributions and Channel Morphology in Gravel-bed Streams, Richard S. Pyrce and Peter E. Ashmore

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Particle Path Length Distributions in Meandering Gravel-bed Streams: Results from Physical Models, Richard S. Pyrce and Peter E. Ashmore

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Thermal Remote Sensing of Urban Climates, James A. Voogt and T. R. Oke

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Agrarian Decline and Breadbasket Dependence in the Caribbean: Confronting Illusions of Inevitability, Tony Weis

Confronting Neoliberalism in Southern Mexico: A Primer on the Zapatista Movement and its Contribution to Global Activism, Tony Weis

Envisioning Post-Plantation Agriculture, Tony Weis