Middle States Geographer Volume 43, 2010

 2010 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MIDDLE STATES DIVISION

OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS

October 22-23, 2010
Thayer Hotel, United States Military Academy, West Point

West Point, New York

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Urban/Suburban Sustainability Planning: MARKAL as an Analytical Tool. David Friedman and Yehuda Klein

BIDs as Planners? Challenges of Managing Philadelphia’s Old City District. Dorothy Ives-Dewey

Do Mature Street Trees Pose a Greater Hazard Risk Across Socioeconomic Lines? Danielle Prioleau

The Challenges of Sustaining an Undergraduate Geography Program: Teaching Geography at Hofstra University. Grant Saff

Food Accessibility and Food Choice: A Comparative Analysis of Food Choice in Developed and Developing Populations. Korin Tangtrakul

Seasonal Temperature and Precipitation Forecasts Using a Climate Probability Approach: Buffalo, NY. Stephen Vermette and Colin Bittner

Community Input to the Watershed Management Process: Determining the Perceived State of Cayuga Creek, Niagara County, NY. Kelly M. Frothingham

The Revolutionary War in the Hudson Highlands: Fortifying West Point, 1775-1779. Francis A. Galgano

Synoptic and Local Weather Conditions Associated with PM2.5 Concentration in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Timothy W. Hawkins and Lisa A. Holland

Fort Montgomery: Fortification on the Hudson and Threatened Historic Site. Andrew D. Lohman

Why the Montreal Protocol is not a Template for Multilateral Environmental Agreements: An Examination of why China and India Ratified. Andrew Pfluger

2010 OFFICERS OF THE MIDDLE STATES DIVISION

President: Amy Krakowka, U. S. Military Academy at West Point
Vice-President: John F. Dobosiewicz, Kean University
Secretary: Paul Marr, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
Executive Director: Jo Margaret Mano, SUNY New Paltz
Regional Councilor: Laurel Hummel, U. S. Military Academy at West Point
Past President: Lawrence McGlinn, SUNY New Paltz
Past President: Kathleen Schreiber, Millersville University
Past President: Steven Schnell, Kutztown University
Middle States Geographer Editors: Kelly Frothingham
and Stephen Vermette, Buffalo State College

 

About the cover:  West Point is home to the United States Military Academy, which has been graduating cadets since 1802. West Point is 50 miles from New York City located on the scenic Hudson River. The Hudson Highlands boast magnificent physical geography with rugged and hilly terrain. The Plain, which rises approximately 150 feet above the Hudson River, is used for ceremonial parades, known at the academy as reviews. These reviews are part of the West Point tradition and are intended to instill discipline and order within the Corps of Cadets.

Photo taken on the West Point Campus by John Pellino, DOIM.

 

MIDDLE STATES GEOGRAPHER, Volume 42, 2009

REVIEWERS

James Bensley, Buffalo State College Wende Mix, Buffalo State College
John Dobosiewicz, Kean University Veronica Ouma, Hofstra University
Kelly Frothingham, Buffalo State College Steve Pendeleton, Buffalo State College
Carol Gersmehl, Hunter College John Pipkin, SUNY Albany
Keith Henderson, Villanova University Greg Pope, Montclair State University
John Hintz, Bloomsburg University Thomas Rumney, SUNY Plattsburg
Jason Knight, SUNY Buffalo Grant Saff, Hofstra University
Jo Margaret Mano, SUNY New Paltz Steve Schnell, Kutztown University
Paul Marr, Shippensburg University Kathleen Schreiber, Millersville University
Lawrence McGlinn, SUNY New Paltz Stephen Vermette, Buffalo State College
Donald Mitchell, Syracuse University

EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Amanda Pratt