Geography 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 2002

Shades of Xenophobia: In-migrants and Immigrants in Mizamoyethu, Cape Town, Belinda Dodson and Catherine G. Oelofse

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The Geopolitics of Identity: Popular Literature, Censorship, and the Spanish Media, Mireya Folch Serra

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Society and Space in the Industrial City: Introduction, Jason Gilliland

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The Creative Destruction of Montreal: Street Widenings and Urban (Re)Development in the Nineteenth Century, Jason Gilliland

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The Public Place of Central Libraries: Findings from Toronto and Vancouver, Gloria J. Leckie and Jeffrey Hopkins

The Effects of Survey Frequency on Estimates of Scour and Fill in a Braided River Model, John B. Lindsay and Peter Ashmore

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The Effects of Survey Frequency on Estimates of Scour and Fill in a Braided River Model, John B. Lindsay and Peter E. Ashmore

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19th Century Eutrophication of a Remote Boreal Lake: A Consequence of Climate Warming?, Katrina A. Moser, J. P. Smol, G. M. MacDonald, and C. P. S. Larsen

Region, Knowledge and Competitiveness, Sean B. O'Hagan and Milford B. Green

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Tacit Knowledge Transfer via Interlocking Directorates: A Comparison of Canada and the United States, Sean B. O'Hagan and Milford B. Green

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Interlocking Directorates: An Example of Tacit Knowledge Transfer, Sean O'Hagan and Milford B. Green

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Introduction: Modern Kitchen, Good Home, Strong Nation, Joy Parr

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The Modern Distribution of Chironomid Sub-fossils (Insecta: Diptera) in the Sierra Nevada, California: Potential for Paleoclimatic Reconstructions, David F. Porinchu, Glen M. MacDonald, Amy M. Bloom, and Katrina A. Moser

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Report of the IAU/IAG Working Group on Cartographic Coordinates and Rotational Elements of the Planets and Satellites: 2000, P. Seidelmann, V. K. Abalakin, M. Bursa, M. E. Davies, C. de Bergh, J. H. Lieske, J. Oberst, J. L. Simon, E. M. Standish, Phil Stooke, and P. C. Thomas

Where We've Come From, Where We're At, and Where We're Going, Tony Weis

Submissions from 2001

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Foreign Direct Investment: A Canadian Dimension, Vincenzo Aliberti and Milford B. Green

The Impact of Climate Change of Rivers and River Processes in Canada, Peter Ashmore and Michael Church

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The Impact of Climate Change on Rivers and River Processes in Canada, Peter Ashmore and Michael Church

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Firm Size Structure in North American Housebuilding: Persistent Deconcentration, 1945-1998, Michael Buzzelli

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From Little Britain to Little Italy: An Urban Ethnic Landscape Study in Toronto, Michael Buzzelli

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Channel Adjustment and a Test of Rational Regime Theory in a Proglacial Braided Stream, L. C. Chew and Peter E. Ashmore

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Discrimination by Default? Gender Concerns in South African Migration Policy, Belinda Dodson

Civil Society, Media, and Globalization in Catalonia, Mireya Folch Serra and Joan Nogue Font

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Planetary Cartography, Philip Stooke

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Contradictions and Change in Jamaica: Theorizing Ecosocial Resistance Amidst Ecological Crisis, Tony Weis