Middle States Geographer Volume 37, 2004

 2004 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MIDDLE STATES DIVISION

OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS
October 29-30, 2004
Villanova University, Villanova, NY

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Visualizing Water Quality Trends in Chiang Mai Rice Paddies: Possible Link Between Environment and Health Risks. A.M. Krueger, K.N. Irvine, C. Prangkio, K. Chaokasad, K. Sukontason, K.L. Sukontason, and R. Ngern-klun

Utility-Scale Wind Power in the Northeastern United States: A Consideration of Present and Future Locations. Lawrence A. McGlinn

Living Along the Pipeline: Populations at Potential Risk in Urban Texas. Susan M. Macey and Dona Schneider

Working on the Conrad and Merrimack: Thoreau’s Mills. John S. Pipkin

Mapping Legends: Major Andre and Rip Can Winkle. Jo Margaret Mano

Finding Fort Morris. Paul Marr

When Growth was Good: Images of Prosperity in Mid-Twentieth Century America. Linda Greenow

The Political Geography of Gambling in the Midwest. John I. Sharp

The Robot in the Kitchen: The Cultural Politics of Care-Work and the Development of In-Home Assistive Technology. Kate Boyer

Geographical Perspective on Disability: A Socio-Spatial Analysis of the Mentally Disabled Population in Russia. David Gaines

Geography Education: Where is Geography’s Location in our Schools’ Curriculum?. Tammy M. Kaufhold

Pattonsburg is Dead, Long Live Pattonsburg! Sense of Place in the Face of Disaster. Steven M. Schnell and Gregory Haddock

Measuring Accessibility as a Spatial Indicator of Sprawl. John Hasse and Andrea Kornbluh

Creating a Model for Geodemographic Representations of Housing Market Activity: A Research Note with Possible Public Policy Implications. Kenneth Steif

 2004 OFFICERS OF THE MIDDLE STATES DIVISION

President: Keith Henderson, Villanova University
Vice-President: Ann Deakin, SUNY Fredonia
Secretary/Treasurer: Sean DiGiovanna, Rutgers University
Regional Councilor: Gregory Pope, Montclair State University
Past President: John Pipkin, University at Albany
Past President: Gregory Pope, Montclair State University
Past President: Margaret Boorstein, C.W. Post College
Middle States Geographer Editors: Kim Irvine, Stephen Vermette, and Kelly Frothingham, Buffalo State College

About the cover:  Founded in 1842 by the friars of the Order of St. Augustine, Villanova is the oldest and largest Catholic university in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, serving more than 6,000 undergraduates. The picturesque 254-acre campus, shown here, is located 12 miles west of Philadelphia.

ISSN 1067-2230

 

MIDDLE STATES GEOGRAPHER, Volume 37, 2004

REVIEWERS

Roger Balm, Rutgers University Theodore Kury, Buffalo State College
Jim Bensley, Buffalo State College Jake Lewandowski, West Chester University
John Bodenman, Bloomsburg University Jo Margaret Mano, SUNY New Paltz
Margaret Boorstein, C.W. Post Don Mitchell, Syracuse University
Ann Deakin, SUNY Fredonia Wende Mix, Buffalo State College
Alan Delmarico, Buffalo State College Karen Morin, Bucknell University
Sean DiGiovanna, Rutgers University Monica Nyamwange, William Paterson Univ.
Kelly Frothingham, Buffalo State College Kelly Patterson, University at Buffalo
Chuck Geiger, Millersville University John Pipkin, SUNY Albany
Keith Henderson, Villanova University Frank Popper, Rutgers University
Briavel Holcomb, Rutgers University  Mark Reisinger, SUNY Binghamton
Grant Saff, Hofstra University Stephen Vermette, Buffalo State College
Kim Irvine, Buffalo State College Thomas Rumney, SUNY Plattsburgh

EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Ryan Justice