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Police and Local Utility Greenhouse Gas Emissions, or: Why A Coal-Fired Power Plant in A Natural Gas Production Area?

L.M.B. Harrington and S. Kaktins, Pages: 1-9


Potential Impacts for Tennessee from Proposed Changes in Ozone and Particulate Air Quality Standards

R.A. Sirk and A.R. Keene, Pages: 10-17


Brandon’s Hog Processing Plant and Quality of Life

S. Kaktins, Pages: 18-24


A Policy Framework Governing Informal Settlements in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

H.P. Garbharran, Pages: 25-32


The Geography of the Urban Elite and Urban Underclass: A Case Study of the St. Louis Metropolitan Area

W. Shaw, Pages: 33-41


Spatial Variability of Sediment Storage in Tuttle Creek Reservoir, Kansas

G.I. Holden, Jr. and B.A. Emmert, Pages: 42-47


Applications of GIS for Public Surface Water Supply Systems

S.M. Berta and M.C. Jurmu, Pages: 48-50


An Interactive Approach to Determine the Location of Primary Care Clinics for the Medical College of Ohio Hospitals

J.G. Coss and P.S. Lindquist, Pages: 51-59


Property Tax Disparities and Urban Development within the Toledo Metropolitan Region

T.J. Bailey, Pages: 60-68


Western Australians’ Perspective on Mining

B.T. Cullen and O.P. Matthews, Pages: 69-77


Investigation of Seasonal Streamflow Variability in Oregon for Regional Water Quality Monitoring

J. Saligore-Simmel, Pages: 78-87


Streambank Erosion Evaluation: A GIS Project on the Embarras River, East-Central Illinois

V.P. Gutowski, G.G. Dorch, and S.M. DiNaso, Pages: 88-93


U.S. Manufacturing Total Factor Productivity: A Comparison Study between Conventional and Flexible Production Functions

B. Zhou, Pages: 94-103


An Argument for a Common Course Curriculum in Introductory Geography Courses

R.C. Boehm, Pages: 104-113


Toward a Core Curriculum and Beyond: A Response to Richard G. Boehm’s “An Argument for a Common Course Curriculum in Introductory Geography Courses”

J.W. Lash, Pages: 114-117


Carving Out Geography’s Core Curriculum: Fir or Squishy? A Response to Richard G. Boehm’s “An Argument for a Common Course Curriculum in Introductory Geography Courses”

S.D. Brunn, Pages: 118-120


A Response to Richard G. Boehm’s “An Argument for a Common Course Curriculum in Introductory Geography Courses”

G. Hausladen, Pages: 120-124


Consistency without Complacency: A Response to Richard G. Boehm’s “An Argument for a Common Course Curriculum in Introductory Geography Courses”

A.L. Jones, Pages: 125-127


The Spatial Dynamics of Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Northwest Ohio

S. Aryeetey-Attoh and W.A. Muraco, Pages: 128-136


Agricultural Intensification and the Economic Role of Domesticated Animals

C. Raish, Pages: 137-147


The Perception of Climatic Variablity and Its Role in Agricultural Decision-Making in West Central Alberta

C.A. Hooey, Pages: 148-154


The Role of GIS in the School Redistricting Process: A Case Study of Riverview Gardens School District, St. Louis, Missouri

P.R. Burger, Pages: 155-160


Strategies behind Using Clinent-Driven Research on the Walking Security Index (WSI) to Connect Ontology, Epistemology and Praxis in Undergraduate Courses

B. Wellar, Pages: 161-169


Classroom Application of the Environmental Evaluation System Using Decision Support Systems

D.A. Padgett, Pages: 170-178


Spatial Response Patterns to Stormwater Pollution in an Urbanized Watershed

M.M. Kaufman, Pages: 179-185


Urban Water Supply and Salinity Problems in West Texas

O.W. Templer, Pages: 186-193


Aids Diffusion in Kansas Counties: 1981-1997

B.K. Paul, Pages: 194-202


Analysis of Urban Income Inequalities in an Integrating Europe: Overcoming the Absence of Comparable Units of Analysis and Economic Data

L. McCarthy, Pages: 203-212


Combining Client-Driven and Curiosity-Driven Research in Graduate Programs in Geography: Some Lessons Learned and Suggestions for Making Connections

B. Wellar, Pages: 213-220


Regional Conservation Planning: Protection of Regional Natural Areas and Resource Lands

P. Smith, Pages: 221-229


The Role of Urban Stream Corridors in Stormwater Management Planning

M.E. Lewis, Pages: 230-237


Metadata for Geospatially Referenced Cultural and Demographic Data

D.K. Karlson, Pages: 238-246


Detection of Vegetation and Land Use Change Using a Temporal Change Vector Analysis Method

Y. Tao and M.D. Nellis, Pages: 247-253


Evaluation of IRS Panchromatic Imagery for Updating Urban Geo-Information

Y. Zhou, Pages: 254-262


Validating Long-Sequence AVHRR Time Series Data: What Do The Patterns Reveal?

J.K. Lein, Pages: 263-271


The Application of Survival Analysis to Spatial Point Patterns

S. Reader, Pages: 272-282


Evaluation of a Digital Camera as a Low-Cost Airborne Sensor for High Spatial Resolution Remote Sensing

D.G. Goodin, Pages: 283-289


Supporting the Planning of Public Library Locations Using Multiple Methods

J.R. Ottnsmann, Pages: 290-299


Applying Geographic Inforamtion Systems toward the Delineation and Analysis of Prehistoric Landscapes

J.D. Waldron and J.K Lein, Pages: 300-307


Going Virtual with Geographic Information Systems

Z. Chi, Y. Tao and K. Donaldson, Pages: 308-314


Hazardousness of Location: Critical Facilities in the Tampa Bay Region

B.E. Montz and G.A. Tobin, Pages: 315-322


A Geographical Examination of Multiple Tornado Touchdowns in Kansas

K.L. Frank, Pages: 323-329


A Comparison of Solo Driver and Carpooler Modal Shift to New Rail Transit Lines

J.W. Neff, Pages: 330-338


Vertical Structure of Atmospheric Environment and Dead Pine Forest in a Topographically Closed Basin

A.   Tsuchiya, Pages: 339-345


Horizontal Mass Divergence in the Near-Surface Air Layer of a Small Ohio Wetland

J.M. Clemens, Pages: 346-353


Application of Synoptic Circulation Types to Stream Discharge in the Great Lakes Basin

R.V. Rohli, M.R. Binkley, S.D. Britton, H.E. Heckman, J.M. Jenkins, D.E. Sheeler, Y.Ono, and A.J. Vega, Pages: 354-362


Student Paper Competition


GIS Analysis of Tamarix Invasion at Quivira national Wildlife Refuge

T. Payne, Pages: 364-369


The Conjunctive Use of Ground and Surface Water in the Edwards Aquifer Region

T.H. Votteler, Pages: 370-376


A Longitudinal Analysis of Socioeconomic Impact at Ray Roberts lake, Texas

A.   Nelson and L.D. Tanski, Pages: 377-388


The Geography of Heart Disease Mortality in Texas, 1980-1996

B.M. Gooden, Pages: 389-395


Lung Cancer Mortality in Texas Public Health Regions

I.     Sakyi-Addo, Pages: 396-402


Climate as a Control in Landscape Evolution

C.  Welchhans, Pages: 403-408


Temporal and Synoptic Analysis of Central Kansas Snow Storms

N.J. Leathers, Pages: 409-415


Spatial Modeling of Net Radiation over Heterogeneous Terrain

J.M.S. Hutchinson and B.C. Rundquist, Pages: 416-423


The Effect of Climatic Factors in Vegetation Dynamics across Homogeneous land Cover

B.C. Rundquist, Pages: 424-431


Modeling Vegetation Recovery in a Disturbed Landscape: Mount St. Helens, Washington

L. Marzen, Pages: 432-438


Representativeness of Columbian Weather Stations in the Holdridge’s Life Zone Model

A.   Guhl, Pages: 439-445