Middle States Geographer Volume 35, 2002

Articles:

Getting Watershed Management to Work: A Framework for Understanding Interorganizational Relationships – Tenley Conway

Transitory Trouble: Inter- and Intra-State Hazardous Materials Flow in South Carolina – Jerry T. Mitchell, Arleen A. Hill, Melanie Baker, Steven Jones, and Susan Cutter

Investigating the Water Quality Impacts of Future Land-Use and Climate Changes in the Little Miami River Watershed – Amy J. Liu, Susanna T.Y. Tong, and James A. Goodrich

Evidence of Urban Source Metal Contaminants in NY/NJ Harbor – Huan Feng

Turbidity, Suspended Solids, and Bacteria Relationships in the Buffalo River Watershed – K.N. Irvine, E.L. Somogye, and G.W. Pettibone

Objective Identification of Pools and Riffles in a Human-Modified Stream System – Kelly M. Frothingham and Natalie Brown

Influence of Peace Bridge Traffic on Downwind Airborne Particles – Tracy Widmer and Stephen Vermette

Field Studies in Geography and Environmental Science as a Vehicle for Teaching Science and Mathematics Skills – Randall W. FitzGerald

Analysis of Hardwood Manufacturers Location Decisions: Northern and Central Appalachian States, 1989-1999 – John E. Bodenman

Back to the Future: Combining Tradition, Technology and Global Markets for Forest Conservation in New Guinea – William H. Thomas

Foundlings, Asylums, Almshouses and Orphanages: Early Roots of Child Protection – Dona Schneider and Susan M. Macey

Shippensburg and the Development of Overland Transportation in the Cumberland Valley, Pennsylvania in the 1700s – Paul Marr

Beyond Chinatown: Dual Immigration and the Chinese Population of Metropoloitan New York City, 2000 – Lawrence A. McGlinn

Geographic Perspectives of a National Park and a Provincial Park on the Gaspe Peninsula – Margaret A. Boorstein

The Art of the Expedition: Thomas Moran and the Devil’s Landscape of Yellowstone – Roger Balm

ISSN 1067-2230