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 2006

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Mapping Urban Morphology: A Classification Scheme for Interpreting Contributions to the Study of Urban Form, Pierre Gauthier and Jason Gilliland

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Jason A. Gilliland and Mathew Novak on Positioning the Past with the Present: The Use of Fire Insurance Plans and GIS for Urban Environmental History, Jason A. Gilliland and Mathew Novak

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The Study of Urban Form in Canada, Jason Gilliland and Pierre Gauthier

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Environmental Equity Is Child's Play: Mapping Public Provision of Recreation Opportunities in Urban Neighbourhoods, Jason Gilliland, Martin Holmes, Jennifer D. Irwin, and Patricia Tucker

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Canadian Interlocking Directorates: Gender, Industry and City Differences, Milford B. Green and Sean O'Hagan

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Housing and Economic Development: The Evolution of An Idea Since 1945, Richard Harris and Godwin Arku

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Inter-corporate Ownership and Diversification in the Canadian Economy 1976-1995, Rod B. McNaughton and Milford B. Green

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A Working Knowledge of the Insensible? Radiation Protection in Nuclear Generating Stations, 1962–1992, Joy Parr

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Smells Like?: Sources of Uncertainty in the History of the Great Lakes Environment, Joy Parr

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A Late Quaternary Chironomid-inferred Temperature Record from the Sierra Nevada, California, with Connections to Northeast Pacific Sea Surface Temperatures, Aaron P. Potito, David F. Porinchu, Glen M. MacDonald, and Katrina A. Moser

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Comparison of Four Methods to Estimate Urban Heat Storage, Sarah M. Roberts, T. R. Oke, C. S. B. Grimmond, and James A. Voogt

Supporting Agrarian Reform, Tony Weis

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The Rise, Fall and Future of the Jamaican Peasantry, Tony Weis

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Video Lottery Terminal Access and Gambling Among High School Students in Montréal, Dana Helene Wilson, Jason Gilliland, Nancy A. Ross, Jeffrey Derevensky, and Rina Gupta

Submissions from 2005

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Housing as a Tool of Economic Development since 1929, Godwin Arku and Richard Harris

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Explaining Perceptions of a Technological Environmental Hazard Using Comparative Analysis, Jamie Baxter and Kristine Greenlaw

Revisiting Cultural Theory of Risk: Explaining Perceptions of Technological Environmental Hazards Using Comparative Analysis, Jamie Baxter and Kristine Greenlaw

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What Explains Firm Transience in House-building? A Regional Analysis of Ontario, Canada, 1991 and 1996, Michael Buzzelli

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Desert Potholes: Ephemeral Aquatic Microsystems, Marjarie A. Chan, Katrina Moser, Jim M. Davis, Gordon Southam, Kebbi Hughes, and Tim Graham

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A Soil Conservation Safari: Hugh Bennett's 1944 Visit to South Africa, Belinda Dodson

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Assessing a Numerical Cellular Braided-stream Model with a Physical Model, Andrea B. Doeschl-Wilson and Peter E. Ashmore

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Opportunities for Video Lottery Terminal Gambling in Montréal: An Environmental Analysis, Jason A. Gilliland and Nancy A. Ross

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Housebuilding in the Machine Age, 1920-1970: Realities and Perceptions of Modernisation in North America and Australia, Richard Harris and Michael Buzzelli

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Particulate Air Pollution, Social Confounders, and Mortality In Small Areas of an Industrial City, Michael Jerrett, Michael Buzzelli, Richard T. Burnett, and Patrick F. DeLuca

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Food Security in Northern Malawi: Gender, Kinship Relations and Entitlements in Historical Context, Rachel Bezner Kerr