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AAG AnnalsThe AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 109, Issue 5 (September 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 Urban Geocryology: Mapping Urban–Rural Contrasts in Active-Layer Thickness, Barrow Peninsula, Northern Alaska by Anna E. Klene and Frederick E. Nelson for free for the next two months.

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Table of Contents

Open Access: The Nature of Neighborhoods: Using Big Data to Rethink the Geographies of Atlanta’s Neighborhood Planning Unit System by Taylor Shelton & Ate Poorthuis

Rendering Renewable: Technoscience and the Political Economy of Waste-to-Energy Regulation in the European Union by Ingrid Behrsin

Strategically “Out of Place”: Unemployed Migrants Mobilizing Rural and Urban Identities in North India by Andrew Deuchar

Free Access: Urban Geocryology: Mapping Urban–Rural Contrasts in Active-Layer Thickness, Barrow Peninsula, Northern Alaska by Anna E. Klene & Frederick E. Nelson

How Short Is Long Enough? Modeling Temporal Aspects of Human Mobility Behavior Using Mobile Phone Data by Eun-hye Yoo

Constraining Risk Narratives: A Multidecadal Media Analysis of Drinking Water Insecurity in Bangladesh by Alex Fischer

Mobilizing Territory: Socioterritorial Movements in Comparative Perspective by Sam Halvorsen, Bernardo Mançano Fernandes & Fernanda Valeria Torres

Habitat Fragmentation and Breeding Bird Populations in Western North Dakota after the Introduction of Hydraulic Fracturing by Richard Bohannon & Mikhail Blinnikov

Choropleth Mapping with Uncertainty: A Maximum Likelihood–Based Classification Scheme by Wangshu Mu & Daoqin Tong

Articles (continued)

Trading Sand, Undermining Lives: Omitted Livelihoods in the Global Trade in Sand by Vanessa Lamb, Melissa Marschke & Jonathan Rigg

The City as “Dissonant” Fetish: Urban (Re)production, Gentrification, and the Conceptual Limits of Commodity Fetishism by Joseph Pierce & Katherine B. Hankins

Cities as Coral Reefs: Using Rugosity to Measure Metabolism across the Urban Interface by Catherine Brinkley

An Analysis of Commuting Distance and Job Accessibility for Residents in a U.S. Legacy City by Nan Ding & Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen

The Strange Flight of the Peacock: Farmers’ Atypical Northwesterly Migration from Central China, 200 BC–1400 AD by Qing Pei, Zachary Nowak, Guodong Li, Chong Xu & Wing Ki Chan

Environmental Injustice and Religion: Outdoor Air Pollution Disparities in Metropolitan Salt Lake City, Utah by Timothy W. Collins & Sara E. Grineski

Maar Stories: How Oral Traditions Aid Understanding of Maar Volcanism and Associated Phenomena during Preliterate Times by Patrick D. Nunn, Loredana Lancini, Leigh Franks, Rita Compatangelo-Soussignan & Adrian McCallum

Decolonizing the Northeast: Brazilian Subalterns, Non-European Heritages, and Radical Geography in Pernambuco by Federico Ferretti

The Prevalence of Prosperous Shrinking Cities by Maxwell Hartt