Middle States Geographer Volume 28, 1995 Articles: The Problem of Scale in Environmental Equity Research – Reginald O. Carroll. The History of Sewage Treatment in the City of Buffalo, NY – Mary C. Rossi. Indigenous Tree Species in Southwest Burkina Faso: Conflicting Perceptions and Uses – Renaud De plaen and Isabelle Faucher. Analysis of the 1993 Farmland Protection Survey for Erie County, NY – Kelly M. Monahan, Kyle Miller, Kim N. Irvine, and John Whitney. Famine Mitigation in Kenya: Some Practices, Impacts and Lessons – Monica Nyamwange. Between a Coral Reef and a Hard Place: The Politics of Coastal Management in Sri Lanka – Karen Nichols. Identifying Crime Clusters: The Spatial Principles – Sanjoy Chakravorty. Deconcentration and Dispersal of the Institutional Investment Advisory Industry in the United States, 1983-1993 – John E. Bodenman. Redefining Hinterland: The Singapore Experience – Hong-Ling Wee. Sino-Japanese Relations during the Ancient Age: The Root of the Japanese Feudal System – Unryu Suganuma. Social Changes in the Albanian Alps during Communism – Steve Cook and Marash Rakaj.