The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 71, Issue 4 (November 2019) 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 Can a Simulated Flood Experience Improve Social Resilience to Disasters?, by Maria Teresa Carone, Loris Melchiorri, Francesco Romagnoli and Fausto Marincioni for free for the next 3 months.
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Table of Contents
Focus: AAG 2018 Nystrom Competition Paper
Free Access: Introduction: AAG 2018 Nystrom Competition Papers
Modeling the Potential Dispersal of Asian Longhorned Beetle Using Circuit Theory, by Arthur Elmes, John Rogan, Christopher Williams, Samuel Ratick & David Nowak
Antiscience and Vulnerability to False News in the United States: A Basis in the History of Geologic Theories, by L. Allan James
Free Access: Can a Simulated Flood Experience Improve Social Resilience to Disasters?, by Maria Teresa Carone, Loris Melchiorri, Francesco Romagnoli & Fausto Marincioni
Modeling River Connectivity Using the Barrier Assessment Tool and Available Data on Registered Dams in the Guadalupe–San Antonio River System, Texas, by Erin D. Dascher
GIS-Based Landscape Stability Analysis: A Comparison of Overlay Method and Fuzzy Model for the Case Study in Slovakia, by Jana Vojteková & Matej Vojtek
“When I Take Off My EPA Hat”: Using Intersectional Theories to Examine Environmental Justice Governance, by Ellen Kohl
Spatial Correlation between Traffic and Air Pollution in Beijing, by Lili Jiang, Ziheng Sun, Qingwen Qi & An Zhang
Enhancing the Two-Step Floating Catchment Area Model for Community Food Access Mapping: Case of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, by Xiang Chen
Open Access: Brazil’s Financial Centers in the Twenty-first Century: Hierarchy, Specialization, and Concentration, by Fabio Betioli Contel & Dariusz Wójcik
Export Expansion and Regional Diversification: Learning from the Changing Geography of China’s Exports, by Xiyan Mao & Canfei He
Spatial and Sectoral Patterns of Firm Entry in China, by Wei Li, Canfei He & Huaxiong Jiang
Trade Fair Educational Programs and Access to Knowledge: Evidence from the Solar PV Sector, by Jonathan D. German & Ronald V. Kalafsky
Interactive Visualization Software to Improve Relief Interpretation Skills: Spatial Data Infrastructure Geoportal versus Augmented Reality, by Carlos Carbonell-Carrera & Stephany Hess-Medler
Temporal Point Pattern Analysis of Human Activities Using GIS Methods: A Case Study of Library Visiting Activities in Chengdu City, China, by Yongping Zhang & Lun Liu
Twitter and Academic Geography through the Lens of #AAG2018, by Emily Fekete & Matthew Haffner
A Spatial View of How United States Cesarean Section Rates Changed from 1990 to 2014, by Kathleen R. Weimer, Carson J. Q. Farmer & Colleen E. Reid
Index, Volume 71, 2019