PAPERS OF THE APPLIED GEOGRAPHY CONFERENCES

VOLUME 4

Papers published here have all gone through rigorous double-blind peer review. Any inquiries can be sent to appliedgeogconf@gmail.com.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Comments on the Fourth Annual Applied Geography Conference

J.W. Frazier, B.J. Epstein and J.F. Lounsbury, Pages: 1-2

 

Applied Geography at the Public-Private Interface

B.J.L. Berry, Pages: 3-5

 

The Reuse of Redundant Transportational Land: The Central Milwaukee Lakefront

H.M. Mayer, Pages: 6-22

 

The Search for the Best Route

B.H. Massam, Pages: 23-33

 

Socio-Spatial Dimensions of Health-Seeking Behavior in an Urban elderly Population

N.F. Henry, Pages: 34-38

 

The Transactional Metropolitan Paradigm: An Application to Planning the Metropolitan Region of Seoul, Korea

K.E. Corey, Pages: 39-49

 

Acquisition of Flood Damaged Structures under FEMA: A Critical Analysis of the Potential for a Midwest City

G.A. Tobin, Pages: 50-62

 

Excursion Analysis of Total Suspended Particulates in Central Arizona

A.J. Brazel and M.G. Marcus, Pages: 63-68

 

Spatial Compositing and the Land Use Allocation Process

F.T. Aldrich, Pages: 69-79

 

User Requirements Survey for a National Biomass Energy Resource Assessment

C.F. Hutchinson, Pages: 80-86

 

Development of a Groundwater Policy as a Guide to Growth management in an Arid Region

P.R. Pryde and D.C. Nielsen, Pages: 87-94

 

Identifying Public Preferences for Water Conservation Measures

J.M.Dworkin, Pages: 95-106

 

A University-Based Delivery System for Applied Geographical Research

L.J. Gibson and M.A. Worden, Pages: 107-115

 

Comments on “Applied Geographic Research in the Southwest”

J. McClure, Pages: 116-117

 

Comments on “Applied Geographic Research in the Southwest”

J.R. Huning, Pages: 118-121

 

A Model to Analyze Coal handling in New England Ports

J.P. Osleeb, S.J. Ratick, and G.K. Lewis, Pages: 122-132

 

The Impact of Gasoline Prices on Consumer Retail Behavior

A.H. Jacobs and K.G. Jones, Pages: 145-154

 

Ramifications of Observed Food Shopping Behavior in the Black Ghetto

S.S. Despres and B.J. Epstein, Pages: 155-164

 

Spatial Analysis of Crime: Academic Values in Conflict with Applied Geography

L.L.Haring, Pages: 165-168

 

Applied Geography: Challenges of the 1980s

J.W. Frazier, Pages: 169-178

 

Regionalization: A Key Approach to Understanding Societal Issues

L.M. Sommers, Pages: 179-186

 

Training of the Applied Geographer

J.F. Lounsbury and F.P. Stutz, Pages: 187-199

 

An Evaluation of Applied Geography: A Social Scientist’s Viewpoint

M. Budin, Pages: 200-213

 

A Private Sector View of Issues, Geographic Theory, and Policy Analysis

L.J. Watson, Pages: 214-218

 

Characterization of the Phoenix, Arizona, Urban Haze

C.A. Bajza and P.S. Naegele, Pages: 219-231

 

Visibility and Land Use in the Sonoran Desert

L.C. Thanukos and J.A. Taylor, Pages: 232-243

 

Internships in Environmental Geography

R. Lougeay and D. Shaw, Pages: 244-251

 

Coastal Transit Service and Environmental management

J.H. Banks and F.P. Stutz, Pages: 252-261

 

Characterizing the Person-Environment Interaction for Recreation Resource Planning

D.R. Williams and R. Schreyer, Pages: 262-271

 

The Effect of User Experience on Displacement

D.H. Anderson, Pages: 272-279

 

The Madison River Project: A Case Study in Improving Manager-Research Cooperation

F.A. Schoolmaster, Pages: 280-289

 

Balancing Urban Development and Open Space: Methods and Policies for the Future

G.F. Hepner, Pages: 290-293

 

Environmental meaning as a Determinant of Spatial Behavior in Recreation

R. Schreyer, G.R. Jacob, and R. G. White, Pages: 294-300

 

Applications of Alternative Crime Rate Denominators in Crime Monitoring

K.D. Harries, Pages: 310-317

 

Comments on Geography and Crime

L.K. Stephenson, Pages: 318-320

 

The Floodplain as a Housing Submarket: A Preliminary Analysis

B.E. Montz, Pages: 321-326

 

Toward an Integrated Approach to Socioeconomic Assessment of Energy Resource Development

K. Branch, J. Chalmers, and D. Pijawka, Pages: 327-335

 

Forecasting Economic and Demographic Impacts from Energy Development: New Thoughts on Old Methods

E. J. Stenehjem, Pages: 336-348

 

The Perils of Projection

E. Cook, Pages: 349-352

 

Managing Water Resources

E.A. Fernald, Pages: 353-363

 

Alternative Energy Resource Development in the West Indies

H.R.A. Schaeper, Pages: 364-372

 

The Socioeconomic Impacts of Tight Gas Sand Development in the West

S.D. Hoffman, Pages: 373-378

 

Wood Products Producers in California’s North Coast: Variable Influencing Spatial and Structural Decisions

B.T. Cullen, Pages: 379-394

 

Beyond Analysis in Applied Geography: Writing to Influence Policy Decisions

R.G. Boehm, Pages: 395-398

 

Select Themes in Applied Economic Geography

L.K. Stephenson, Pages: 399-401

 

Institutional Constraints Affecting Alaskan Resource Development

D.F. Lynch and R.W. Pearson, Pages: 402-408

 

Applied Forest Geography: General Remarks and Case Studies

H. Windhorst, Pages: 409-422