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Editorial Notes

Editorial Notes Welcome to volume seventy-three of the Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers. Besides a full slate of articles and reviews, the Yearbook is, of course, 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-Third Annual Meeting held in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, last September: the Presidential Address, the Meeting Report, the Student Paper Award winners, the Resolutions, the Abstracts, and our Distinguished Service Award recipient. By all accounts the meeting was a tremendous success, marked by great field trips, a sunset cruise around the lake, and special Native American entertainment. The Association extends its thanks to Gundars Rudzitis, Harley Johansen, and all of the University of Idaho faculty and students for their time and effort. This year's volume of the Yearbook offers up a very wide and eclectic selection of articles. To celebrate our own regional geography, the Yearbook publishes Jeff Jenkins' piece on the Klamath River Basin and the ongoing competition for water resources, and how that competition affects water allocation for crops, electricity, and salmon. Crystal English, runner-up in the GIS Specialty Group paper competition at this year's 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

Welcome to volume seventy-three of the Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers. Besides a full slate of articles and reviews, the Yearbook is, of course, 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-Third Annual Meeting held in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, last September: the Presidential Address, the Meeting Report, the Student Paper Award winners, the Resolutions, the Abstracts, and our Distinguished Service Award recipient. By all accounts the meeting was a tremendous success, marked by great field trips, a sunset cruise around the lake, and special Native American entertainment. The Association extends its thanks to Gundars Rudzitis, Harley Johansen, and all of the University of Idaho faculty and students for their time and effort. This year's volume of the Yearbook offers up a very wide and eclectic selection of articles. To celebrate our own regional geography, the Yearbook publishes Jeff Jenkins' piece on the Klamath River Basin and the ongoing competition for water resources, and how that competition affects water allocation for crops, electricity, and salmon. Crystal English, runner-up in the GIS Specialty Group paper competition at this year's

Journal

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

Published: Jul 13, 2011

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