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Editorial Notes

Editorial Notes As always, the Yearbook continues to be the publication of record for all things related to our annual meetings. This issue of the Yearbook contains all of the material related to the Seventy-second Annual Meeting, held in San Diego last October: the Presidential Address, the Meeting Report, the Student Paper Award Winners, the Resolutions, the Abstracts, and our Distinguished Service Award recipients. The meeting was a great success, and the sessions devoted to celebrating the life and work of Larry Ford were quite moving and very much appreciated by all. Thanks to Fernando Bosco and the rest of the San Diego State crew for all their time and effort. The passing of Larry Ford provided an opportunity to make this volume of the Yearbook one devoted more to some of the unique personages in the field of geography. A number of Larry's students, both current and former, and some of his colleagues contributed short personal pieces discussing Larry's influence on their work, on the discipline, and on their personal lives. We have also included photos from some of Larry's walking tours held every year at various AAG locations. I hope everyone will enjoy the tribute and find joy http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers University of Hawai'I Press

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Abstract

As always, the Yearbook continues to be the publication of record for all things related to our annual meetings. This issue of the Yearbook contains all of the material related to the Seventy-second Annual Meeting, held in San Diego last October: the Presidential Address, the Meeting Report, the Student Paper Award Winners, the Resolutions, the Abstracts, and our Distinguished Service Award recipients. The meeting was a great success, and the sessions devoted to celebrating the life and work of Larry Ford were quite moving and very much appreciated by all. Thanks to Fernando Bosco and the rest of the San Diego State crew for all their time and effort. The passing of Larry Ford provided an opportunity to make this volume of the Yearbook one devoted more to some of the unique personages in the field of geography. A number of Larry's students, both current and former, and some of his colleagues contributed short personal pieces discussing Larry's influence on their work, on the discipline, and on their personal lives. We have also included photos from some of Larry's walking tours held every year at various AAG locations. I hope everyone will enjoy the tribute and find joy

Journal

Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast GeographersUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Aug 22, 2010

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