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RTPG_68_01_final coverThe AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 68, Issue 1 (February 2016) of The Professional Geographer is now available.

The focus of The Professional Geographer is on short articles in academic or applied geography, emphasizing empirical studies and methodologies. These features may range in content and approach from rigorously analytic to broadly philosophical or prescriptive. The journal provides a forum for new ideas and alternative viewpoints.

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Table of Contents
Cloud Forest Conservation in the Central Highlands of Guatemala Hinges on Soil Conservation and Intensifying Food Production by Ian Pope, Jon Harbor, Laura Zanotti, Guofan Shao, Dawn Bowen and Gary R. Burniske

Urbanization and Rainfall–Runoff Relationships in the Milwaukee River Basin by Woonsup Choi, Kathryn Nauth, Jinmu Choi and Stefan Becker

Biogeomorphic Relationships and Riparian Vegetation Changes Along Altered Ephemeral Stream Channels: Florence to Marana, Arizona by Abeer Hamdan and Soe W. Myint

“The Corner of Avenue A and Twenty-Third Street”: Geographies of Street Numbering in the United States by Reuben Rose-Redwood and Lisa Kadonaga

Network Reliability and Resilience of Rapid Transit Systems by Hyun Kim, Changjoo Kim and Yongwan Chun

Household Water Insecurity in the Global North: A Study of Rural and Periurban Settlements on the Texas–Mexico Border by Wendy Jepson and Emily Vandewalle

Multiethnic Economic Activity Along Three Immigrant Corridors in Paris by David H. Kaplan and Charlotte Recoquillon

Dasymetric Spatiotemporal Interpolation by Jeremy Mennis

Map-Based Web Tools Supporting Climate Change Adaptation by Tina-Simone Neset, Tomasz Opach, Peter Lion, Anna Lilja and Jimmy Johansson

Fluid Borders: Rethinking Historical Geography and Fixed Map Boundaries in Contested Regions by Stuart E. Hamilton, Alexander Angelov, Vladimir Atanasov and Marco Millones

Gender Differences in the Association between Common Mental Disorders and Regional Deprivation in Ireland by Karyn Morrissey

Exploring Economic Development Through Headquarters: The Spatial Distribution of Turkey’s Large Industrial Enterprises and Its Implications for Urban Systems by Aksel Ersoy

Measuring Urban Streetscapes for Livability: A Review of Approaches by Chester Harvey and Lisa Aultman-Hall

Why Edit a Journal? Academic Irony and Paradox by Iain Hay