The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 107, Issue 5 (September 2017) of the Annals of the American Association of Geographers is now available. A 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: Methods, Models, and Geographic Information Science; Nature and Society; People, Place, and Region; and Physical Geography and Environmental Sciences.
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Table of Contents
Methods, Models, and GIS
System Effects: A Hybrid Methodology for Exploring the Determinants of Food In/Security by Luke K. Craven
Area-Based Topic Modeling and Visualization of Social Media for Qualitative GIS by Michael E. Martin and Nadine Schuurman
A New Global Land-Use and Land-Cover Change Product at a 1-km Resolution for 2010 to 2100 Based on Human–Environment Interactions by Xia Li , Guangzhao Chen, Xiaoping Liu , Xun Liang, Shaojian Wang, Yimin Chen, Fengsong Pei, and Xiaocong Xu
The Application of a Geographically Weighted Principal Components Analysis for Exploring Twenty-Three Years of Goat Population Change Across Mongolia by Narumasa Tsutsumida, Paul Harris, and Alexis Comber
Production, Property, and the Construction of Remotely Sensed Data by Luis F. Alvarez Leon and Colin J. Gleason
Nature and Society
Open Access: Negative Luminescence by Matthew Gandy
Editors’ Choice: Climate Change and Financial Instability: Risk Disclosure and the Problematics of Neoliberal Governance by Brett Christophers
Spatializing Climate Justice: Justice Claim Making and Carbon Pricing Controversies in Australia by Ian Bailey
Structuring Hydrosocial Relations in Urban Water Governance by Joshua J. Cousins
Estimating Available Abandoned Cropland in the United States: Possibilities for Energy Crop Production by Ryan E. Baxter and Kirby E. Calvert
People, Place, and Region
The Cultural Geopolitics of Ethnic Nationalism: Turkish Urbanism in Occupied Istanbul (1918–1923) by Amy Mills
Open Access: Digital Hegemonies: The Localness of Search Engine Results by Andrea Ballatore, Mark Graham, and Shilad Sen
Physical Geography and Environmental Sciences
Long-Term Fine-Grained Sediment Records in a Drainage System in Arid China: A New Perspective from Paleo-Climatological Records and Simulations by Yu Li, Pengcheng Li, Chengqi Zhang, and Yue Wang
Changes in Summer Weather Type Frequency in Eastern North America by Jason C. Senkbeil, Michelle E. Saunders, and Brent Taylor