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Annals cover 2016The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 106, Issue 4 (July 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.

Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Race, Space, and Electric Power: Jim Crow and the 1934 North Carolina Rural Electrification Survey by Conor Harrison for free. To access the most recent issue of the Annals of the American Association of Geographers click here.

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Table of Contents
Environmental Sciences

Dam Influences on Liver Fluke Transmission: Fish Infection and Human Fish Consumption Behavior by Xueyuan Ong, Yi-Chen Wang, Paiboon Sithithaworn, Carl Grundy-Warr, and Opal Pitaksakulrat

Methods, Models, and GIS

Spatial Autocorrelation and Qualitative Sampling: The Case of Snowball Type Sampling Designs by Daniel A. Griffith, E Scott Morris, and Vaishnavi Thakar

Space–Time Patterns of Rank Concordance: Local Indicators of Mobility Association with Application to Spatial Income Inequality Dynamics by Sergio J. Rey

Crime Risk Estimation with a Commuter-Harmonized Ambient Population by Lucy W. Mburu, and Marco Helbich

Context and Spatial Nuance Inside a Neighborhood’s Drug Hotspot: Implications for the Crime–Health Nexus by Andrew Curtis, Jacqueline W. Curtis, Lauren C. Porter, Eric Jefferis, and Eric Shook

Inducing Demand by Expanding Road Capacity: Controlling for the Rebound Effect by Edmund J. Zolnik


Nature and Society

Capitalizing on Compensation: Hydropower Resettlement and the Commodification and Decommodification of Nature–Society Relations in Southern Laos by W. Nathan Green, and Ian G. Baird

Geographies of Social Capital: Catastrophe Experience, Risk Perception, and the Transformation of Social Space in Postearthquake Resettlements in Sichuan, China by Alex Y. Lo, and Lewis T. O. Cheung

People, Place, and Region

State-Scale Immigration Enforcement and Latino Interstate Migration in the United States by Mark Ellis, Richard Wright, and Matthew Townley

Editors’ Choice: Race, Space, and Electric Power: Jim Crow and the 1934 North Carolina Rural Electrification Survey by Conor Harrison Free Access

Land in Motion by Luke Bergmann, and Mollie Holmberg

Everyday Spaces of Human Trafficking: (In)visibility and Agency Among Trafficked Women in U.S. Military-Oriented Clubs in South Korea by Sallie Yea