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Editor’s Introduction

Editor’s Introduction Deep Ak r . Mi Shr A An D h i LDA e . k urtz University of Georgia Volume 58-2 of Southeastern Geographer The four papers in this issue are went to press shortly after the annual grounded in techniques and physical as- meetings of the American Association pects of geography. Collectively, these of Geographers (AAG) in New Orleans. papers contribute to the fields of den- In anticipation of thousands of geogra- drochronology by exploring bio-climatic phers converging on New Orleans, we signals from pines in developed areas, de- produced two virtual issues of Southeast- velop approaches to integrating geotagged ern Geographer, one on “Geographies of tweets with remote sensing, assess poten- Louisiana”, and the other on the confer- tial of an-offshore region for wind energy ence theme of “Black Geographies”. We development, and analyze spatial hot- arranged for free access through Project spots of opioid-related mortality in North Muse for each of these issues through Carolina over the past 20 plus years. May 31, 2018, with standard subscrip- Trees in developed areas have been tion-based access after that date. We pub- under-utilized in dendrochronology be- licized the issues through email blasts, cause the bio-climatic signal is impacted http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southeastern Geographer University of North Carolina Press

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University of North Carolina Press
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Copyright © The Southeastern Division, American Association of Geographers.
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1549-6929

Abstract

Deep Ak r . Mi Shr A An D h i LDA e . k urtz University of Georgia Volume 58-2 of Southeastern Geographer The four papers in this issue are went to press shortly after the annual grounded in techniques and physical as- meetings of the American Association pects of geography. Collectively, these of Geographers (AAG) in New Orleans. papers contribute to the fields of den- In anticipation of thousands of geogra- drochronology by exploring bio-climatic phers converging on New Orleans, we signals from pines in developed areas, de- produced two virtual issues of Southeast- velop approaches to integrating geotagged ern Geographer, one on “Geographies of tweets with remote sensing, assess poten- Louisiana”, and the other on the confer- tial of an-offshore region for wind energy ence theme of “Black Geographies”. We development, and analyze spatial hot- arranged for free access through Project spots of opioid-related mortality in North Muse for each of these issues through Carolina over the past 20 plus years. May 31, 2018, with standard subscrip- Trees in developed areas have been tion-based access after that date. We pub- under-utilized in dendrochronology be- licized the issues through email blasts, cause the bio-climatic signal is impacted

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Southeastern GeographerUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Jul 13, 2018

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