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Women, Gender, and the Histories of American Geography
Environmental Ethics and Coastal Dunes in Western Lower Michigan: Developing a Rationale for Ecosystem Preservation
Harman, Jay R.; Arbogast, Alan F.
Of Intractable Conflicts and Participatory GIS Applications: The Search for Consensus amidst Competing Claims and Institutional Demands
Kwaku Kyem, Peter A.
Thirty Five Years of Computer Cartograms
The Fertility Transition in Egypt: Intraurban Patterns in Cairo
Weeks, John R.; Getis, Arthur; Hill, Allan G.; Gadalla, M. Saad; Rashed, Tarek
Power to the People: Electric Utility Restructuring and the Commitment to Renewable Energy
Heiman, Michael K.; Solomon, Barry D.
Cooperation, Land Use, and the Environment in Uxin Ju: The Changing Landscape of a Mongolian-Chinese Borderland in China
Double Vision: Territorial Strategies in the Construction of National Identities in Germany, 1949–1979
Herb, Guntram H.
How Did Colonialism Dispossess? Comments from an Edge of Empire
The Political Economy of Land Conflict in the Eastern Brazilian Amazon
Simmons, Cynthia S.
The Most German of Towns: Creating an Ideal Nazi Community in Rothenburg ob der Tauber
State/Space: A Reader
Sound Tracks: Popular Music, Identity and Place
Fire and Climatic Change in Temperate Ecosystems of the Western Americas
Norman, Steven P.
Geographic Information Systems and Health Applications
Griffen, Amy L.
The Disappearing “Asian” City: Protecting Asia's Urban Heritage in a Globalizing World
Rattled and Beside Himself Under a Hot Florida Sun: A Reply to Barney Warf