January 2016 Issue of the ‘Annals of the AAG’ Now Available
The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 106, Issue 1 (January 2016) of the Annals of the American Association of Geographers is now available. The Annals contains original, timely, and innovative articles that advance knowledge in all facets of the discipline. Articles are divided into four major areas: Environmental Sciences; Methods, Models, and Geographic Information Science; Nature and Society; and People, Place, and Region.
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Table of Contents
Spatiotemporal Changes in Comfortable Weather Duration in the Continental United States and Implications for Human Wellness by Paul A. Knapp, Justin T. Maxwell, Jason T. Ortegren and Peter T. Soulé
Methods, Models, and GIS
Spatial Random Slope Multilevel Modeling Using Multivariate Conditional Autoregressive Models: A Case Study of Subjective Travel Satisfaction in Beijing by Guanpeng Dong, Jing Ma, Richard Harris and Gwilym Pryce
Mapping the DNA of Urban Neighborhoods: Clustering Longitudinal Sequences of Neighborhood Socioeconomic Change by Elizabeth C. Delmelle
Spatiotemporal Evolution of Specialized Villages and Rural Development: A Case Study of Henan Province, China by Jiajun Qiao, Jay Lee and Xinyue Ye
Spatial Thinking in Geographic Information Science: Students’ Geospatial Conceptions, Map-Based Reasoning, and Spatial Visualization Ability by Toru Ishikawa
Mapping Block-Level Urban Areas for All Chinese Cities by Ying Long, Yao Shen and Xiaobin Jin
Nature and Society
Reassessing Fortress Conservation? New Media and the Politics of Distinction in Kruger National Park by Bram Büscher
Making Heritage: The Case of Black Beluga Agriculture on the Northern Great Plains by Liz Carlisle
Configuring Urban Carbon Governance: Insights from Sydney, Australia by Pauline M. McGuirk, Harriet Bulkeley and Robyn Dowling
Rhizomic Resistance Meets Arborescent Assemblage: UNESCO World Heritage and the Disempowerment of Indigenous Activism in New Caledonia by Leah S. Horowitz
People, Place, and Region
Beyond the Supermarket Solution: Linking Food Deserts, Neighborhood Context, and Everyday Mobility by Jerry Shannon
Determinants of Appalachian Identity: Using Vernacular Traces to Study Cultural Geographies of an American Region by Russell Weaver and Chris Holtkamp