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the-pg-cover-2017The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 69, Issue 3 (August 2017) 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.

Each issue, the Editor chooses one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Exploring the Spatiotemporal Pattern of Cyberbullying with Yik Yak by Chengbi Liu and Daniel Sui for free for the next 3 months.

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Table of Contents for 69(3)
The Effects of Spatial Scale and Aggregation on Food Access Assessment: A Case Study of Tucson, Arizona by Katharine Yang Bao and Daoqin Tong

Low-Level Westerly Winds, Topography, and Tropical Cyclogenesis of Arlene (2005): Observations and Model Simulations by Jinwoong Yoo, Robert V. Rohli, and Jennifer M. Collins

Comparing Measures of Accessibility to Urban Supermarkets for Transit and Auto Users by Michael J. Widener

 Assessing the Potential of Low-Impact Development Techniques on Runoff and Streamflow in the Templeton Gap Watershed, Colorado by Jeremy C. Tredway and David G. Havlick

Open Access: Mapping Meaning: Critical Cartographies for Participatory Water Management in Taita Hills, Kenya by Johanna Hohenthal, Paola Minoia, and Petri Pellikka

 Urban Expansion Pattern and Land Use Dynamics in Dhaka, 1989–2014 by Niaz Morshed, Charles Yorke, and Qiaofeng Zhang

Editor’s Choice: Exploring the Spatiotemporal Pattern of Cyberbullying with Yik Yak by Chengbi Liu and Daniel Sui

Linked to Landscape: Assessing Urbanization in Germany through Landscape and Economic Factors by Rose Keller and Colin Vance

 Late Holocene Environmental Reconstructions from Lake Solai, Kenya by Michelle Goman, Gail M. Ashley, R. Bernhart Owen, Victoria C. Hover, and Dev K. Maharjan

 Measuring Food Deserts via GIS-Based Multicriteria Decision Making: The Case of Tehran by Hassan Mohammadian Mosammam, Mozaffar Sarrafi, Jamileh Tavakoli Nia, and Ali Mohammadian Mosammam

 Identifying and Quantifying Disjunctions at Multiple Taxonomic Levels in Western Hemisphere Mammals by Zachary P. Taylor

 Analyzing Accessibility Using Parcel Data: Is There Still an Access–Space Trade-Off in Long Beach, California? by Kevin Kane, John R. Hipp, and Jae Hong Kim

 Economic Transition, Firm Dynamics, and Restructuring of Manufacturing Spaces in Urban China: Empirical Evidence from Nanjing by Jinlong Gao and Feng Yuan