The AAG is pleased to announce that Volume 110, Issue 1 (January 2020) 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: 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 Assessing Social Vulnerability through a Local Lens: An Integrated Geovisual Approach by David S. Rickless, Xiaobai A. Yao, Brian Orland & Meredith Welch-Devine for free for the next two months.
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Table of Contents
Education and Environmental Peacebuilding: Insights from Three Projects in Israel and Palestine by Tobias Ide & Amit Tubi
Spatial Analysis of Forest–Tundra Ecotones Reveals the Influence of Topography and Vegetation on Alpine Treeline Patterns in the Subarctic by Katherine D. Dearborn & Ryan K. Danby
Free Access: Assessing Social Vulnerability through a Local Lens: An Integrated Geovisual Approach by David S. Rickless, Xiaobai A. Yao, Brian Orland & Meredith Welch-Devine
Placing Green Energy in the Sea: Offshore Wind Farms, Dolphins, Oysters, and the Territorial Politics of the Intertidal Zone in Taiwan by Po-Yi Hung
Making the “American Acropolis”: On Verticality, Social Hierarchy, and the Obduracy of Manhattan Schist by Steven Gregory
Asymmetric Hillslope Retreat Revealed from Talus Flatirons on Rock Peak, San Tan Mountains, Arizona, United States: Assessing Caprock Lithology Control on Landscape Evolution by Jeong-Sik Oh, Yeong Bae Seong, Phillip H. Larson, Seong-Chan Hong & Byung Yong Yu
Open Access: Visual Storytelling and Socioenvironmental Change: Images, Photographic Encounters, and Knowledge Construction in Resource Frontiers by Samuel J. Spiegel
Emerging Low-Carbon Energy Landscapes and Energy Innovation Dilemmas in the Kenyan Periphery by Festus Boamah
Open Access: Absent Friends? Smartphones, Mediated Presence, and the Recoupling of Online Social Contact in Everyday Life by Eva Thulin, Bertil Vilhelmson & Tim Schwanen
Oak Savannas in Western New York State, Circa 1795: Synthesizing Predictive Spatial Models and Historical Accounts to Understand Environmental and Native American Influences by Stephen J. Tulowiecki, David Robertson & Chris P. S. Larsen
A Rational Agent Model for the Spatial Accessibility of Primary Health Care by James Saxon & Daniel Snow
Contested Transformations: Sustainable Economic Development and Capacity for Adapting to Climate Change by Alex Y. Lo, Shuwen Liu, Lewis T. O. Cheung & Faith K. S. Chan
A Historical Perspective on Water Levels and Storage Capacity of Lake Okeechobee, Florida: Pre- and Early Drainage Periods by Rosanna G. Rivero, Betty J. Grizzle, Mehrnoosh Mahmoudi, Christopher McVoy, G. Melodie Naja & Thomas Van Lent
ESCIP: An Expansion-Based Spatial Clustering Method for Inhomogeneous Point Processes by Ting Li, Yizhao Gao & Shaowen Wang
Open Access: China’s Rosewood Boom: A Cultural Fix to Capital Overaccumulation by Annah Lake Zhu
Hybrid Governance of Transboundary Commons: Insights from Southeast Asia by Michelle Ann Miller, Carl Middleton, Jonathan Rigg & David Taylor
Cartographic Design for Improved Decision Making: Trade-Offs in Uncertainty Visualization for Tornado Threats by Kimberly E. Klockow-McClain, Renee A. McPherson & Rick P. Thomas
Correction to Cartographic Design for Improved Decision Making: Trade-Offs in Uncertainty Visualization for Tornado Threats by Kimberly E. Klockow-McClain, Renee A. McPherson & Rick P. Thomas