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The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 108, Issue 1 (January 2018) of the Annals of the American Association of Geographers is now availableA full list of contents is below.

The Annals contains original, timely, and innovative articles that advance knowledge in all facets of the discipline. Articles are divided into four major areas: Methods, Models, and Geographic Information Science; Nature and Society; People, Place, and Region; and Physical Geography and Environmental Sciences.

Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Volunteered Geographic Videos in Physical Geography: Data Mining from YouTube by Quinn W. Lewis and Edward Park for free for the next two months.

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Table of Contents
Articles

Predictable Policing: Predictive Crime Mapping and Geographies of Policing and Race by Brian Jordan Jefferson

The Socioecological Fix: Fixed Capital, Metabolism, and Hegemony by Michael Ekers and Scott Prudham

The Prospect of Elsewhere: Engaging the Future through Aspirations in Asia by Tim Bunnell, Jamie Gillen, and Elaine Lynn-Ee Ho

Editors’ Choice: Volunteered Geographic Videos in Physical Geography: Data Mining from YouTube by Quinn W. Lewis and Edward Park

Triclustering Georeferenced Time Series for Analyzing Patterns of Intra-Annual Variability in Temperature by Xiaojing Wu, Raul Zurita-Milla, Emma Izquierdo Verdiguier, and Menno-Jan Kraak

Embedding Carbon Markets: Complicating Commodification of Ecosystem Services in Mexico’s Forests by Tracey Osborne and Elizabeth Shapiro-Garza

Transnational Suburbia: Spatialities of Gated Suburbs and Filipino Diaspora in Manila’s Periurban Fringe by Arnisson Andre C. Ortega

Open Access: Social Vulnerability to Climatic Shocks Is Shaped by Urban Accessibility by Luke Parry, Gemma Davies, Oriana Almeida, Gina Frausin, André de Moraés, Sergio Rivero, Naziano Filizola, and Patricia Torres

Assembling Enclosure: Reading Marine Spatial Planning for Alternatives by Luke Fairbanks, Lisa M. Campbell, Noëlle Boucquey, and Kevin St. Martin

Articles (continued)

Teaching Anarchist Geographies: Elisée Reclus in Brussels and “The Art of Not Being Governed” by Federico Ferretti

Retrospective Deconstruction of Statistical Maps: A Choropleth Case Study by Marc P. Armstrong and Ningchuan Xiao

Rents, Actors, and the Expansion of Commodity Frontiers in the Gran Chaco by Yann le Polain de Waroux, Matthias Baumann, Nestor Ignacio Gasparri, Gregorio Gavier-Pizarro, Javier Godar, Tobias Kuemmerle, Robert Müller, Fabricio Vázquez, José Norberto Volante, and Patrick Meyfroidt

Implications of Volunteered Geographic Information for Disaster Management and GIScience: A More Complex World of Volunteered Geography by Billy Tusker Haworth

Elemental Aesthetics: On Artistic Experiments with Solar Energy by Sasha Engelmann and Derek McCormack

Modeling Herding Decision Making in the Extensive Grazing System in Southern Ethiopia by Chuan Liao

The Geographical Legacies of Mountains: Impacts on Cultural Difference Landscapes by Wenjie Wu, Jianghao Wang, Tianshi Dai, and Xin (Mark) Wang

In Memoriam

William Wheeler Bunge: Radical Geographer (1928-2013) by Luke Bergmann and Richard Morrill