Middle States Geographer Volume 23, 1990

Articles:

Northern New England and New York Forests: Management Options – Paul B. Frederic

Local Responses to Proposed New Land Use Controls in New York’s Adirondack Park – Robert J. Mason

Planning with Place: Sense of Place in Berlin, New Hampshire – Brooks Preston

Continuing Farm Land Abandonment in the Adirondack Fringe – Joseph W. Brownell

The Creation of a Digital Cartographic Database for Locator Maps – Karen A. Mulcahy

Charcoal Supply Near Lubumbashi, Zaire: Techniques of Production, Transportation and Consumption of Charcoal and their Impact on the Environment – Renaud De Plaen

Spatial Analysis and the Use of Census Data – David W. Wong

Planning and Zoning in Southern New York State: Recent Changes and Implications for Planning and Geographic Information Systems in the 1990s – Jo Margaret Mano

Hypsometric Tints and Tectonic Colors: A New Reading of Classroom Wall Maps – Arthur Krim

The Use of Demographic Analysis in Evaluating Regional Labor Markets: The Case of the Mid-Hudson Region – George A. Schnell and Peter Fairweather

The Localization of U.S. House Elections and the 1989 Indiana 4th District Special Election – Jonathan I. Leib

Adaptation in Argentina: Effects of Inflation and Democratization – A. L. Rydant

Perceptions of Environment and Land Policies by Urban Fringe Dwellers – James W. Young

Temporal and Spatial Epidemic Diffusion Patterns in Small Regional Settings – James L. Wilson

Marketing Labor in the World Economy: Migration and Development Theory, Filipino Contract Laborers and the State – Johnathan Walker

Using a Geographic Information System to Analyze the Effects of Sea Level Rise – Gary Ostroff and Susan Tucker

Solid Waste Management in Nassau County, New York: A Study of Spatial Conflict and Political Compliance – Margaret F. Boorstein