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Resolutions of the 2005 APCG Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona

Resolutions of the 2005 APCG Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona Whereas the Geography faculty of Arizona State University and Mesa Community College has hosted the 68th meeting of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers with considerable zest, skill, and savoir faire, and Whereas we have all benefited from their splendid efforts at organization, planning, and hospitality, and Whereas we particularly want to recognize the efforts of our tireless conference co-chairs, Dan Arreola and Chris Lukinbeal; our program organizers Steve Bass, Nicole Ceverny, and Duncan Shaeffer; our cartographer Barbara Trapido-Lurie; the financial support from ASU Dean Alan Artibise, ASU Geography Chair Richard Aspinall, and MCC Vice President for Academic Affairs Gaile Mee; and the assistance of our stalwart and able field trip leaders, as well as the innumerable, friendly, smiling, and invaluable student assistants, and Whereas, and regretfully, the ubiquitous arm of the Resolutions Committee, now bolstered by satellites, cell phones, GPS units, iPods, and TIVOs has been able to extend its all-enveloping reach, thereby having been made aware of instances and occasions that because of their singularity merit, no, we say, require a footnote and recognition in the accounts of this meeting, to wit, and Whereas our host committee, to prove, most especially to Californians, that water is http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers University of Hawai'I Press

Resolutions of the 2005 APCG Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona

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Abstract

Whereas the Geography faculty of Arizona State University and Mesa Community College has hosted the 68th meeting of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers with considerable zest, skill, and savoir faire, and Whereas we have all benefited from their splendid efforts at organization, planning, and hospitality, and Whereas we particularly want to recognize the efforts of our tireless conference co-chairs, Dan Arreola and Chris Lukinbeal; our program organizers Steve Bass, Nicole Ceverny, and Duncan Shaeffer; our cartographer Barbara Trapido-Lurie; the financial support from ASU Dean Alan Artibise, ASU Geography Chair Richard Aspinall, and MCC Vice President for Academic Affairs Gaile Mee; and the assistance of our stalwart and able field trip leaders, as well as the innumerable, friendly, smiling, and invaluable student assistants, and Whereas, and regretfully, the ubiquitous arm of the Resolutions Committee, now bolstered by satellites, cell phones, GPS units, iPods, and TIVOs has been able to extend its all-enveloping reach, thereby having been made aware of instances and occasions that because of their singularity merit, no, we say, require a footnote and recognition in the accounts of this meeting, to wit, and Whereas our host committee, to prove, most especially to Californians, that water is

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

Published: Jul 5, 2006

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