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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers)

Volume 36, Number 4, December 2004

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The foreshore: geographical implications of the three legal systems in Great Britain
pp. 338-347(10)
Authors: McGlashan, Derek J; Duck, Robert W; Reid, Colin T

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Sense of place and migration histories Idiotopy and idiotope
pp. 348-357(10)
Author: Pascual-de-Sans, Àngels

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What kind of quantitative methods for what kind of geography?
pp. 358-366(9)
Authors: Keylock, Christopher J; Dorling, Danny

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A new methodology for evaluating coastal scenery: fuzzy logic systems
pp. 367-386(20)
Authors: Ergin, A; Karaesmen, E.; Micallef, A; Williams, A T

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Space and time in river bank erosion research: a review
pp. 387-403(17)
Author: Couper, Pauline R

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Reconsidering the concept of therapeutic landscapes in J D Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye
pp. 404-413(10)
Authors: Baer, Leonard D; Gesler, Wilbert M

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Emotionally intelligent research
pp. 414-422(9)
Author: Bennett, Katy

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Thinking across the divide: perspectives on the conversations between physical and human geography
pp. 435-442(8)
Authors: Harrison, Stephan; Massey, Doreen; Richards, Keith; Magilligan, Francis J; Thrift, Nigel; Bender, Barbara

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Book reviews
pp. 443-446(4)

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