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Spatial Patterns of Glacial Erosion at a Valley Scale Derived From Terrestrial Cosmogenic 10Be and 26Al Concentrations in Rock
Fabel, Derek; Harbor, Jon; Dahms, Dennis; James, Allan; Elmore, David; Horn, Linda; Daley, Kelly; Steele, Charles
Biogeography in the Annals
Cowell, C. Mark; Parker, Albert J.
Tobler's First Law of Geography: A Big Idea for a Small World?
Sui, Daniel Z.
A Paper Related to Everything but More Related to Local Things
Barnes, Trevor J.
Tobler's First Law and Spatial Analysis
Miller, Harvey J.
Doing Justice to the Law
Phillips, Jonathan D.
Unlawful Relations and Verbal Inflation
Smith, Jonathan M.
The Validity and Usefulness of Laws in Geographic Information Science and Geography
Goodchild, Michael F.
On the First Law of Geography: A Reply
Theorizing Land-Cover and Land-Use Change: The Case of the Florida Everglades and Its Degradation
Walker, Robert; Solecki, William
Other Transitions: Multiple Economies of Moscow Households in the 1990s
“There Is an Istanbul That Belongs to Me”: Citizenship, Space, and Identity in the City
From Protests to Politics: Sex Work, Women's Worth, and Ciudad Juárez Modernity
Wright, Melissa W.
Race, Nation, and Nature: The Cultural Politics of “Celtic” Identification in the American West
McCarthy, James; Hague, Euan
This Land Is Ours Now: Spatial Imaginaries and the Struggle for Land in Brazil
From Chicago to L.A.: Making Sense of Urban Theory.
Muller, Peter O.; Coffey, Brian
The Right to the City: Social Justice and the Fight for Public Space.
Beauregard, Robert A.
A Geographical Guide to the Real and the Good.
Smith, David M.
On the Fault Line: Race, Class, and the American Patriot Movement.
A Companion to Political Geography.
The Lunar Men: Five Friends Whose Curiosity Changed the World.
Berry, Brian J. L.
Landscape, Nature, and the Body Politic: From Britain's Renaissance to America's New World.
An Introduction to Geographical Economics: Trade, Location and Growth.
The Consumption Reader.
The American Midwest: Managing Change in Rural TransitionThe Future of the Southern Plains.
Shortridge, James R.
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