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Abstract: Carl Sauer wrote this carefully worded dinner address in 1936 but subsequently decided not to deliver it. History and geography are seen as the foundation subjects of research in the social sciences, excepting perhaps psychology. Contemporary social science is criticized as being...
Abstract: The late Richard Hugo looked to the small towns and daily life of Montana's people for subjects which triggered his poetic genius. His passion for the ordinary, the neglected, and the lonely, takes form against the backdrop of ranches, bars, and main streets along the two-lane highways...
Abstract: Change in vegetation and land cover was determined from a time sequence of aerial photographs. Riparian vegetation and land cover in the legislatively defined Willamette River Greenway was classified as: Coniferous Forest, Tall Deciduous Forest, Low Deciduous Forest, Narrowleaf Shrub,...
Abstract: The Haight-Ashbury, newly "gentrified," is representative of an important contemporary trend in urban America—the movement of predominantly young, white professionals to the inner city. This San Francisco neighborhood attracted widespread attention as a vibrant hippie haunt during the...
Abstract: Climate, vegetation, topography, and the pressure of cultural expansion into the wildlands combine to produce highly hazardous fire conditions in San Diego County and other Southern California regions. Historical fire and weather records are analyzed for a stratified random sample of...
Abstract: This paper examines past and present aspects of the National Reclamation Act in the Westlands Irrigation District of Fresno County, California. The National Reclamation Act of 1902 was enacted to allow for the development of rural landscapes centered on small family farms. Acreage...
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