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the-pg-cover-2017The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 70, Issue 4 (November 2018) 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 Congressional Redistricting: Keeping Communities Together? by Kalyn M. Rossiter, David W. S. Wong, and Paul L. Delamater for free for the next 3 months.

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Table of Contents
FOCUS: AAG 2017 NYSTROM COMPETITION PAPER

Free Access: Introduction: AAG 2017 Nystrom Competition Paper

Simulating Movement-Related Resource Dynamics to Improve Species Distribution Models: A Case Study with Oilbirds in Northern South America by Paul Holloway

ARTICLES

Identifying ‘‘Sensible Locations’’ for Separated Bike Lanes on a Congested Urban Road Network: A Toronto Case Study by Charles M. Burke and Darren M. Scott

Maze or Labyrinth: Identifying PTSD Stressors in the Built Space of Zaatari and Calais Refugee Camps by Samuel N. Chambers, W. Jake Jacobs, and Casey Lindberg

The Changing Electoral Landscape of the Western United States by Matthew D. Balentine and Gerald R. Webster

Second Homes and Vulnerability after Superstorm Sandy in Ortley Beach, New Jersey by So-Min Cheong

Spatial Patterns of Female Labor Force Participation in Oman: A GIS-Based Modeling by Shawky Mansour

ARTICLES (continued)

Free Access: Congressional Redistricting: Keeping Communities Together? by Kalyn M. Rossiter, David W. S. Wong, and Paul L. Delamater

Geographies of Graffiti Abatement: Zero Tolerance in Portland, San Francisco, and Seattle by Hunter Shobe and Tiffany Conklin

Types of Public Spaces: The Polish Contribution to the Discussion of Suburban Public Space by Dorota Mantey and Agnieszka Ke¸pkowicz

Sustaining Resilience: Modeling Nonprofit Collaboration in Recovery by Nicole S. Hutton

A New Indicator for Evaluating Spatial Concentration Based on Local Spatial Decompositions of the Gini Coefficient by Hengxing Liu, Weihua Hua, and Xiuguo Liu

Southern Exceptionalism and the Perils of Region by Caroline Rose Nagel

Digital Data-Centric Geography: Implications for Geography ’s Frontier by Forrest J. Bowlick and Dawn J. Wright