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Volume 41, Number 3, September 2009

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The nature of publishing and assessment in Geography and Environmental Studies: evidence from the Research Assessment Exercise 2008
pp. 231-243(13)
Authors: Richards, Keith; Batty, Mike; Edwards, Kevin; Findlay, Allan; Foody, Giles; Frostick, Lynne; Jones, Kelvyn; Lee, Roger; Livingstone, David; Marsden, Terry; Petts, Judith; Philo, Chris; Simon, David; Smith, Susan; Thomas, David

Challenging emotions
pp. 244-251(8)
Author: Bennett, Katy

Thinking with images in non-representational cities: vignettes from Berlin
pp. 252-262(11)
Authors: Latham, Alan; McCormack, Derek P

The knowledge–space dynamic in the UK bioeconomy
pp. 273-284(12)
Author: Birch, Kean

Spatial distribution of canine faeces in Buenos Aires suburbs: implications for public health
pp. 310-318(9)
Authors: Milkovic, Mayra; Carbajo, AnĂ­bal E; Rubel, Diana

A bridge over troubled waters? Systems theory and dialogue in geography
pp. 319-328(10)
Authors: Egner, Heike; von Elverfeldt, Kirsten

Community cooperation with natural flood management: a case study in the Scottish Borders
pp. 329-340(12)
Authors: Howgate, Olivia Ruth; Kenyon, Wendy

Geography and global warming: can capitalism be greened?
pp. 350-353(4)
Author: Sayer, Andrew

New challenges in biogeography
pp. 354-357(4)
Author: Joyce, Chris

Area Prize
pp. 358-360(3)

The political economy of sustainable energy – By Catherine Mitchell
pp. 361-362(2)
Author: Andrews-Speed, Philip

Connecting people, participation and place via action research: why? how?
pp. 364-367(4)
Authors: Nelson, Alyssa; Hiner, Colleen; Rios, Michael

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