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AAG AnnalsThe AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 109, Issue 3 (May 2019) 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: Geographic Methods; Human Geography; Nature and Society; and Physical Geography, Earth, and Environmental Sciences.

Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Measuring the Geometric and Semantic Similarity of Space–Time Prisms Using Temporal Signatures by Harvey J. Miller, Young Jaegal and Martin Raubal for free for the next two months.

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Table of Contents

Urban Assemblages, (In)formality, and Housing in the Global North by Mark Jayne and Sarah Marie Hall

Geomorphic Responses to Extreme Rainfall, Catastrophic Flooding, and Dam Failures Across an Urban to Rural Landscape by Francis J. Magilligan, L. Allan James, Scott A. Lecce, James T. Dietrich, and John A. Kupfer

Free Access: Measuring the Geometric and Semantic Similarity of Space–Time Prisms Using Temporal Signatures by Harvey J. Miller, Young Jaegal and Martin Raubal

Open Access: Environmental Beta, or How Institutional Investors Think About Climate Change and Fossil-Fuel Risk by Brett Christophers

Free Access: The Timescape of Smart Cities by Rob Kitchin

Afroalpine Wetlands of the Bale Mountains, Ethiopia: Distribution, Dynamics, and Conceptual Flow Model by Stephen M. Chignell, Melinda J. Laituri, Nicholas E. Young, and Paul H. Evangelista

Epidemic Forest: A Spatiotemporal Model for Communicable Diseases by Meifang Li, Xun Shi, Xia Li, Wenjun Ma, Jianfeng He, and Tao Liu

Unwrapping the OXO Cube: Josué de Castro and the Intellectual History of Metabolism by Archie Davies

Rural Ruins in America’s Climate Change Story: Photojournalism, Perception, and Agency in Shishmaref, Alaska by Victoria Stephanie Herrmann

Influence of the Spatial Resolution of the Exposure Estimate in Determining the Association Between Heat Waves and Adverse Health Outcomes by Connor Y. H. Wu, Benjamin F. Zaitchik, Samarth Swarup, and Julia M. Gohlke

Articles (continued)

Mesoscale Structures in World City Networks by Wenjia Zhang and Jean-Claude Thill

Green Infrastructure and the Hidden Politics of Urban Stormwater Governance in a Postindustrial City by Michael H. Finewood A. Marissa Matsler and Joshua Zivkovich

Rethinking the Geographies of Walkability in Small City Centers by Gordon Waitt, Elaine Stratford and Theresa Harada

Urban Allometric Scaling Beneath Structural Fractality of Road Networks by Tian Lan, Zhilin Li and Hong Zhang

Initial Evidence of the Relationships Between the Human Postmortem Microbiome and Neighborhood Blight and Greening Efforts by Amber L. Pearson, Amanda Rzotkiewicz, Jennifer L. Pechal, Carl J. Schmidt, Heather R. Jordan, Adam Zwickle, and M. Eric Benbow

Will the Development of High-Speed Railway Have Impacts on Land Use Patterns in China? by Han Zhang, Xia Li, Xiaoping Liu, Yimin Chen, Jinpei Ou, Ning Niu, Yuhao Jin, and Hong Shi

Black Sand and the Red Court: Scalar Politics of a Mining Conflict in the Philippines by Joshua Wayland


Free Access: Marvin W. Mikesell, 1929–2017 by Michael P. Conzen and Alexander B. Murphy