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

Volume 36, Number 1, January 2011

Climate change and household dynamics: beyond consumption, unbounding sustainability
pp. 3-8(6)
Authors: Gibson, Chris; Head, Lesley; Gill, Nick; Waitt, Gordon

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Bridging the geo-divide: reflections on an interdisciplinary (ESRC/NERC) studentship
pp. 9-14(6)
Authors: Donovan, Katherine; Sidaway, James D; Stewart, Iain

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Doing flood risk science differently: an experiment in radical scientific method
pp. 15-36(22)
Authors: Lane, S N; Odoni, N; Landström, C; Whatmore, S J; Ward, N; Bradley, S

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The biopolitics of food provisioning
pp. 37-53(17)
Author: Nally, David

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Relational place-making: the networked politics of place
pp. 54-70(17)
Authors: Pierce, Joseph; Martin, Deborah G; Murphy, James T

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Mapping the English Lake District: a literary GIS
pp. 89-108(20)
Authors: Cooper, David; Gregory, Ian N

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Spatial capital, gentrification and mobility: evidence from Swiss core cities
pp. 126-142(17)
Authors: Rérat, Patrick; Lees, Loretta

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Towards an intradisciplinary bio-geography: a response to Lorimer’s ‘lively biogeographies’ of Asian elephant conservation
pp. 170-174(5)
Authors: Jepson, Paul; Barua, Maan; Ladle, Richard J; Buckingham, Kathleen

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