The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 108, Issue 3 (May 2018) 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.
Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Governing Dispossession: Relational Land Grabbing in Laos by Miles Kenney-Lazar for free for the next two months.
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Table of Contents
Nature as Accumulation Strategy? Finance, Nature, and Value in Carbon Markets by Gareth Bryant
Urbanism as Craft: Practicing Informality and Property in Cairo’s Gated Suburbs, from Theft to Virtue by Nicholas Simcik Arese
Gradients in Lake Effect Snowfall and Fire across Northern Lower Michigan Drive Patterns of Soil Development and Carbon Dynamics by Randall J. Schaetzl, David E. Rothstein, and Pavel Samonil
Social Vulnerability to Climate Change in Temperate Forest Areas: New Measures of Exposure, Sensitivity, and Adaptive Capacity by Alexandra Paige Fischer and Tim G. Frazier
Editors’ Choice: Governing Dispossession: Relational Land Grabbing in Laos by Miles Kenney-Lazar
Open Access: Energy Vulnerability in the Grain of the City: Toward Neighborhood Typologies of Material Deprivation by Stefan Bouzarovski and Harriet Thomson
The Influence of an Extreme Warm Spell on Public Support for Government Involvement in Climate Change Adaptation by Gi-Eu Lee, Scott Loveridge, and Julie A. Winkler
Community Resilience to Drought Hazard in the South-Central United States by Volodymyr V. Mihunov, Nina S. N. Lam, Lei Zou, Robert V. Rohli, Nazla Bushra, Margaret A. Reams, and Jennifer E. Argote
The Territoriality of Ethnic Enclaves: Dynamics of Transnational Practices and Geopolitical Relations within and beyond a Korean Transnational Enclave in New Malden, London by HaeRan Shin
Lowering the Barriers for Accessing Distributed Geospatial Big Data to Advance Spatial Data Science: The PolarHub Solution by Wenwen Li
When Secular Universalism Meets Pluralism: Religious Schools and the Politics of School-Based Management in Hong Kong by Junxi Qian and Lily Kong
Open Access: Revisiting the Past: Replicating Fifty-Year-Old Flow Analysis Using Contemporary Taxi Flow Data by Urška Demšar, Jonathan Reades, Ed Manley, and Michael Batty
Contingent Sovereignty: Cross-Border Rentals in the Cambodia–Vietnam Borderland by Sango Mahanty
Labor Networks Connecting Peripheral Economies to the National Innovation System by Kirsten Martinus
Building a Harmonious Society through Greening: Ecological Civilization and Aesthetic Governmentality in China by C. P. Pow
Striving beyond Epistemic Authority: Results Dissemination in Smallholder Irrigation Farming Research by Martina Angela Caretta
Free Access: Correction to: Striving beyond Epistemic Authority: Results Dissemination in Smallholder Irrigation Farming Research by Martina Angela Caretta