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AAG AnnalsThe AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 109, Issue 6 (November 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.

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Table of Contents
Articles

Power and Changing Riverscapes: The Socioecological Fix and Newspaper Discourse Concerning the Rhône River (France) Since 1945 by Emeline Comby, Yves-François Le Lay & Hervé Piégay

Geographies of the Pluriverse: Decolonial Thinking and Ontological Conflict on Colombia’s Pacific Coast by Ulrich Oslender

Native American Land-Use Impacts on a Temperate Forested Ecosystem, West Central New York State by Albert E. Fulton II & Catherine H. Yansa

Open Access: Networks of (Dis)connection: Mobility Practices, Tertiary Streets, and Sectarian Divisions in North Belfast by Gemma Davies, John Dixon, Colin G. Tredoux, J. Duncan Whyatt, Jonny J. Huck, Brendan Sturgeon, Bree T. Hocking, Neil Jarman & Dominic Bryan

Free Access: Return of the Repressed: Native Presence and American Memory in John Muir’s Boyhood and Youth by Paul Robbins & Sarah A. Moore

Gray Zones: The Everyday Practices and Governance of Water beyond the Network by Yaffa Truelove

Intensification of Midwestern Agriculture as a Regional Climate Modifier and Atmospheric Boundary Layer Moisture Source by Andrew C. Hill, Martin Mitchell, Fei Yuan & Christopher T. Ruhland

Social Network, Activity Space, Sentiment, and Evacuation: What Can Social Media Tell Us? by Yuqin Jiang, Zhenlong Li & Susan L. Cutter

Making Space in Critical Environmental Geography for the Metabolic Rift by Brian M. Napoletano, John Bellamy Foster, Brett Clark, Pedro S. Urquijo, Michael K. McCall & Jaime Paneque-Gálvez

Critical Geographies of Human Rights and the Spatial Dimensions of International Law Violations in Rakhine State, Myanmar by Jean Connolly Carmalt

Articles (continued)

Social–Spatial Analyses of Attitudes toward the Desert in a Southwestern U.S. City by Riley Andrade, Kelli L. Larson, David M. Hondula & Janet Franklin

Geographies of the Sea: Negotiating Human–Fish Interactions in the Waterscapes of Colombia’s Pacific Coast by Paula Satizábal & Wolfram H. Dressler

Shaping Geographies of Informal Education: A Global South Perspective by Katherine V. Gough, Thilde Langevang, Paul W. K. Yankson & George Owusu

Cultivating Engagements: Ethnic Minority Migrants, Agriculture, and Environment in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia by Lesley Head, Natascha Klocker, Olivia Dun & Ikerne Aguirre-Bielschowsky

Transitional Ethics and Aesthetics: Reimagining the Postdisaster City in Christchurch, New Zealand by Paul Cloke & Simon Dickinson

Environmental Knowledge Cartographies: Evaluating Competing Discourses in U.S. Hydraulic Fracturing Rule-Making by Jennifer Baka, Arielle Hesse, Erika Weinthal & Karen Bakker

Open Access: Accumulated Injuries of Environmental Injustice: Living and Working with Petrochemical Pollution in Nanjing, China by Alice Mah & Xinhong Wang

Open Access: India’s Emergent Urban Formations by Robbin Jan van Duijne & Jan Nijman

Sovereignty, the Hyperreal, and “Taking Back Control” by Paul B. Richardson

Miscellaneous

Manuscript Reviewers

Annals, Volume 109 Index