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AAG AnnalsThe AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 109, Issue 4 (July 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.

Each issue, the Editors choose one article to make freely available. In this issue you can read Plumbing Poverty: Mapping Hot Spots of Racial and Geographic Inequality in U.S. Household Water Insecurity, by Shiloh Deitz and Katie Meehan for free for the next two months.

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Table of Contents
Articles

Seasonal Frequency and Spatial Distribution of Tornadoes in the United States and Their Relationship to the El Niño/Southern Oscillation, by Todd W. Moore

A Semantic and Sentiment Analysis on Online Neighborhood Reviews for Understanding the Perceptions of People toward Their Living Environments, by Yingjie Hu, Chengbin Deng & Zhou Zhou

The Political Ecology of Landscape Change, Malaria, and Cumulative Vulnerability in Central Ghana’s Gold Mining Country, by David Ferring & Heidi Hausermann

Free Access: Plumbing Poverty: Mapping Hot Spots of Racial and Geographic Inequality in U.S. Household Water Insecurity, by Shiloh Deitz & Katie Meehan

Future Extreme Event Risk in the Rural Northeastern United States, by Jonathan M. Winter, Fiona L. Bowen, Trevor F. Partridge & Jonathan W. Chipman

How Valid Are Social Vulnerability Models?, by Samuel Rufat, Eric Tate, Christopher T. Emrich & Federico Antolini

The Enigma of the Asian Elephant: Sovereignty, Reproductive Nature, and the Limits of Empire, by Jacob Shell

Domestic Geographies of Parental and Infant (Co-) Becomings: Home-Space, Nighttime Breastfeeding, and Parent–Infant Sleep, by Cecilia Tomori & Kate Boyer

Articles (continued)

Open Access: The Spatially Varying Components of Vulnerability to Energy Poverty, by Caitlin Robinson, Sarah Lindley & Stefan Bouzarovski

Appetite for Imprecision: The Role of Bureaucracy in Implementing a Pay-for-Performance Program, by Ritwick Ghosh

Political Discourse and the Planned City: Nehru’s Projection and Appropriation of Chandigarh, the Capital of Punjab, by Ganeshwari Singh, Simrit Kahlon & Vishwa Bandhu Singh Chandel

Convergence and Divergence of UNFCCC Nationally Determined Contributions, by Scott R. Stephenson, Neil Oculi, Alex Bauer & Stephanie Carhuayano

Performance, Emotions, and Diplomacy in the United Nations Assemblage in New York, by Alun Jones & Julian Clark

Historical Geographies of the Future: Airships and the Making of Imperial Atmospheres, by Martin Mahony

Embodied Architectural Geographies of Consumption and the Mall Paseo Chiloé Controversy in Southern Chile, by Jacob C. Miller

Institutions, Extreme Weather, and Urbanization in the Greater Mekong Region, by Han Li, Yao Zhou & Yehua Dennis Wei