Read the August Issue of 'The Professional Geographer'
July 31, 2013
The August issue of The Professional Geographer is now available. AAG members and those with institutional library privileges have exclusive online access. To view the journal online, log in using your AAG member ID and follow the link provided on the Members Only page.
Following is the table of contents for the August 2013 issue (Volume 65, Number 3):
FOCUS: LEARNING AS A GEOGRAPHICAL PROCESS
- Introduction: Learning as a Geographical Process—Dragos Simandan
- Tweet Me Your Talk: Geographical Learning and Knowledge Production 2.0—Nadine Schuurman
- Placing Geography’s Institutions into Geographic Pedagogy: Colearning and Coproduction of Knowledge as Strategy to Do Geography Differently—Richard Le Heron
- Dislocation Pedagogy—Anne Godlewska
- Learning Wisdom Through Geographical Dislocations—Dragos Simandan
- Spatial Pattern and Order in Sunbelt Retailing: Shopping in Phoenix in the Twenty-First Century—Breandán Ó hUallacháin and Timothy F. Leslie
- Aviation-Contrail Impacts on Climate and Climate Change: A Ready-to-Wear Research Mantle for Geographers—Andrew M. Carleton and David J. Travis
- Academic Performance Indicators for Departments of Geography in the United States and Canada—Oliver T. Coomes, Tim Moore, Jaclyn Paterson, Sébastien Breau, Nancy A. Ross, and Nigel Roulet
- Urban Vegetation Cover and Vegetation Change in Accra, Ghana: Connection to Housing Quality—Douglas A. Stow, John R. Weeks, Sory Toure, Lloyd L. Coulter, Christopher D. Lippitt, and Eric Ashcroft
- Expert versus Machine: A Comparison of Two Suitability Models for Emergency Helicopter Landing Areas in Yosemite National Park—Paul Doherty, Qinghua Guo, and Otto Alvarez
- Head/Tail Breaks: A New Classification Scheme for Data with a Heavy-Tailed Distribution—Bin Jiang
- Environmental Justice in Hamburg, Germany—Liv Raddatz and Jeremy Mennis
- Methodological Advances in the Spatial Analysis of Land Fragmentatio—Sainan Zhang, Abigail M. York, Christopher G. Boone, and Milan Shrestha
- Spatial Access to Health Care Services and Disparities in Colorectal Cancer Stage at Diagnosis in Texas—Neng Wan, F. Benjamin Zhan, Bin Zou, and J. Gaines Wilson
Book reviews formerly published in The Professional Geographer will now be published in The AAG Review of Books.
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