VOLUME 2, 1979

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Comments on the Second Annual Applied Geography Conference

J. W. Frazier and B. J. Epstein, Pages: 1-3


Geographic Information Systems in Land Use Planning and management

J. R. Anderson, Pages: 4-11


Spatial Data Handling Tools as Applied to Regional Planning Activities

S. A. Joyner, Jr. and P. W. Shuldiner, Pages: 12-25


Geographic Information Systems and the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service

C. Reed, Pages: 26-36


Use of State-Owned Land as a Resource

E. A. Fernald and F. A. Unger, Pages: 37-45


Scenic Visual Considerations in Facility Siting: An Arizona Example

S. Edmonson and G. Bergdale, Pages: 46-60


The Potential Impact of Increased Use of Renewable Energy Resources on Land Use Patterns and Policy: The Case of Michigan

L. M. Sommers, Pages: 61-70


Site Selection and Analysis for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve

R. G. Hansen, Pages: 71-80


Some Basic Considerations in Monitoring an Urban Housing Market

L. S. Bourne, Pages: 81-87


An Application of Innovative Behavior Theory to the Assessment of a Housing Rehabilitation Program

J. W. Frazier and M. Budin, Pages: 88 105


Changing Railroad Patterns in Major Gateway Cities

H. M. Mayer, Pages: 106-122


Use of Remote Sensing in Transportation Planning

J. H. Hansen and D. H. Jones, Pages: 123-133


Investment Decision-Making: A Convenience Store Site Evaluation Model

K. G. Jones and D. R. Mock, Pages: 134-141


Retail Planning in the Common Market

K. L. Davies, Pages: 142-156


Nonpublic Schools and Urban Public Education: New Perspectives on Some Old Problems

K. M. Brown, Pages: 157-168


Equity Considerations in Police Patrol Allocations

G. F. Rengert, Pages: 169-175


Allocation of Police in Suburban and Rural Areas to Reduce Traffic Accidents: A Preliminary Report

L. H. Travers, Pages: 176-179


Climate Variations and the Water Supplies for Lake Superior

W. A. R. Brinkmann, Pages: 180-192


The Contribution of Geomorphology to the Formulation of a Management Plan for the Gunong Mulu National Park

M. J. Day, Pages: 193-202


Environmental Pollution: Spatial Variations and Contexts for Growth management

F. D. Muschett, Pages: 203-212


The management of the Potential Air Pollution Hazard from Stationary Sources

D. Arey and J. Crenshaw, Pages: 213-224


Historical Trends in Sediment Movement within Stream Systems of the Midwestern United States

W. C. Johnson, Pages: 225-236


The Environmental Detriments of E. P. A. Clean Air Standards

J. Hodgkins and C. Smith, Pages: 237-243


The Tradition of Experimentation in Swidden Cultivation among the Tiv of Nigeria

D. E> Vermeer, Pages: 244-257


A Grass Roots Approach to River Basin Planning

F. O. Sargent, Pages: 258-268


Determining the Economic Viability of Agricultural Lands: A Vermont Case Study

M. B. Lapping and F. O. Sargent, Pages: 269-279


Cartographic Foundations for Applied Geography: Need for an Alternative Conceptual Model

R. E. Dahlberg, Pages: 280-293


Planning and Management Opportunities and Skills in Small Western Resource Development Communities

D. B. Longbrake and A. J. Macklprang, Pages: 294-301


On Establishing Internship Ties with International Business Firms: The Experiences at SUNY-Buffalo

J. E. McConnell, Pages: 302-309


A Comprehensive Undergraduate Experiential Education Program in Geography: The Salem State College Model

T. S. Pikora and J. L. George, Pages: 310-316


Internships: A Fundamental Component of Applied Geographic Education

D. R. Mock, Pages: 317-321


Public Service Internships at Kent State University: Applied Geography in an Extensive Area, Centered in a Small City Campus

B. J. Epstein, Pages: 322-327