Geography Compass

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Edited By: Michael Bradshaw (Editor-in-Chief) and John Kupfer (Associate Editor for Physical Geography)

Online ISSN: 1749-8198

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The Geographic Basis of Geomorphic Enquiry
Nicholas Preston, Gary Brierley, Kirstie Fryirs

Molecular Biogeography: The Intersection between Geographic and Molecular Variation
Stacy J. Mantooth, Brett R. Riddle

Urban Rivers: Hydrology, Geomorphology, Ecology and Opportunities for Change
Angela Gurnell, May Lee, Catherine Souch

China and Africa: Emerging Challenges to the Geographies of Power
Emma Mawdsley

Social Geographies of Education: Looking Within, and Beyond, School Boundaries
Damian Collins, Tara Coleman

Neoliberalism and the Biophysical Environment 3: Putting Theory into Practice
Noel Castree

Anthropocene Geopolitics: Globalisation, Empire, Environment and Critique
Simon Dalby

Intergenerational Geographies: Age Relations, Segregation and Re-engagements
Robert M. Vanderbeck

Ethnic and Racial Segregation: A Critical Perspective Deborah Phillips Inequality and Why It Matters
Alan Gilbert

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Catchment Classification and Hydrologic Similarity
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What Tree Rings Can Tell About Earth-Surface Processes: Teaching the Principles of Dendrogeomorphology
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Social Geographies of Education: Looking Within, and Beyond, School Boundaries
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Intergenerational Geographies: Age Relations, Segregation and Re-engagements
Robert M. Vanderbeck

Combining Hydrometric and Hydrochemical Data Sets for Investigating Runoff Generation Processes: Tautologies, Inconsistencies and Possible Explanations
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The Current Debate on the Linkage Between Global Warming and Hurricanes
J. Marshall Shepherd and Thomas Knutson

Mobile Methodologies: Theory, Technology and Practice
Jane Ricketts Hein, James Evans and Phil Jones

Places of Work, Scales of Organising: A Review of Labour Geography
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Pan Evaporation Trends and the Terrestrial Water Balance. I. Principles and Observations
Michael L. Roderick, Michael T. Hobbins and Graham D. Farquhar

Dealing with Landscape Heterogeneity in Watershed Hydrology: A Review of Recent Progress toward New Hydrological Theory
Peter A. Troch, Gustavo A. Carrillo, Ingo Heidbüchel, Seshadri Rajagopal, Matt Switanek, Till H. M. Volkmann and Mary Yaeger

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