Geography

Geography Awareness Week 2014

Geography Awareness Week 2014


Enjoy A Collection of Research for Geography Awareness Week – The New Age of Exploration
All research articles are free through the end of January.

Not Everyone Has (the) Balls: Urban Exploration and the Persistence of Masculinist Geography
Antipode

Researching the Outdoors: Exploring the Unsettled Frontier Between Science and Adventure
Area

Exploring Till Bed Kinematics Using AMS Magnetic Fabrics and Pebble Fabrics: The Weedsport Drumlin Field, New York State, USA
Boreas

Telling Stories: Exploring Research Storytelling As A Meaningful Approach to Knowledge Mobilization with Indigenous Research Collaborators and Diverse Audiences in Community-Based Participatory Research
The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe canadien

Rare or Elusive? A Test of Expert Knowledge About Rarity of Amazon Forest Birds
Diversity & Distributions

Creating New Paths? Offshore Wind, Policy Activism, and Peripheral Region Development
Economic Geography

Following in the Footsteps of Legends: Experiencing Climate Change on Mt. Everest
FOCUS on Geography

Exploring Spatial Patterns Using an Expanded Spatial Autocorrelation Framework
Geographical Analysis

Geographical Exploration and The Elusive Mapping of Amazonia
Geographical Review

Asymmetric Boundary Shifts of Tropical Montane Lepidoptera Over Four Decades of Climate Warming
Global Ecology & Biogeography

A Comparison of the Effects of Objective and Perceived Land Use on Travel Behavior
Growth and Change

Atmospheric Impacts of an Arctic Sea Ice Minimum as Seen in the Community Atmosphere Model
International Journal of Climatology

The Island Species–Area Relationship: Biology and Statistics
Journal of Biogeography

Graffiti or Street Art? Negotiating the Moral Geographies of the Creative City
Journal of Urban Affairs

Navigating an Inconvenient Difference in Antagonistic Contexts: Doing Fieldwork in Aceh, Indonesia
Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography

Geography, Film and Exploration: Women and Amateur Filmmaking in the Himalayas
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers

New and Forthcoming Student Texts

Environment and Society: A Critical Introduction

Environment and Society: A Critical Introduction
Second Edition
Paul Robbins
Forthcoming: January 2013

An Introduction to Human-Environment Geography

An Introduction to Human-Environment Geography
William G. Moseley, Eric Perramond, Holly M. Hapke, Paul Laris
September 2013

Geographic Thought: A Critical Introduction

Geographic Thought: A Critical Introduction
Tim Cresswell


Geography Awareness Week, celebrated every third week of November, is an awareness program focused on highlighting the importance of
geo-literacy and geo-education. For more information, please visit the Geography Awareness Week site.