Middle States Geographer Volume 37, 2004


Visualizing Water Quality Trends in Chiang Mai Rice Paddies: Possible Link Between Environment and Health Risks – A.M. Krueger, K.N. Irvine, C. Prangkio, K. Chaokasad, K. Sukontason, K.L. Sukontason, and R. Ngern-klun

Utility-Scale Wind Power in the Northeastern United States: A Consideration of Present and Future Locations – Lawrence A. McGlinn

Living Along the Pipeline: Populations at Potential Risk in Urban Texas – Susan M. Macey and Dona Schneider

Working on the Conrad and Merrimack: Thoreau’s Mills – John S. Pipkin

Mapping Legends: Major Andre and Rip Van Winkle – Jo Margaret Mano

Finding Fort Morris – Paul Marr

When Growth was Good: Images of Prosperity in Mid-Twentieth Century America – Linda Greenow

The Political Geography of Gambling in the Midwest – John I. Sharp

The Robot in the Kitchen: The Cultural Politics of Care-Work and the Development of In-Home Assistive Technology – Kate Boyer

Geographical Perspective on Disability: A Socio-Spatial Analysis of the Mentally Disabled Population in Russia – David Gaines

Geography Education: Where is Geography’s Location in our Schools’ Curriculum? – Tammy M. Kaufhold

Pattonsburg is Dead, Long Live Pattonsburg! Sense of Place in the Face of Disaster – Steven M. Schnell and Gregory Haddock

Measuring Accessibility as a Spatial Indicator of Sprawl – John Hasse and Andrea Kornbluh

Creating a Model for Geodemographic Representations of Housing Market Activity: A Research Note with Possible Public Policy Implications – Kenneth Steif

ISSN 1067-2230



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