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Middle States Geographer Volume 35, 2002
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Journal of the Middle States Division of the Association of American Geographers

 

 
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Getting Watershed Management to Work: A Framework for Understanding Interorganizational Relationships. Tenley Conway

Transitory Trouble: Inter- and Intra-State Hazardous Materials Flow in South Carolina. Jerry T. Mitchell, Arleen A. Hill, Melanie Baker, Steven Jones, and Susan Cutter

Investigating the Water Quality Impacts of Future Land-Use and Climate Changes in the Little Miami River Watershed. Amy J. Liu, Susanna T.Y. Tong, and James A. Goodrich

Evidence of Urban Source Metal Contaminants in NY/NJ Harbor. Huan Feng

Turbidity, Suspended Solids, and Bacteria Relationships in the Buffalo River Watershed. K.N. Irvine, E.L. Somogye, and G.W. Pettibone

Objective Identification of Pools and Riffles in a Human-Modified Stream System. Kelly M. Frothingham and Natalie Brown

Influence of Peace Bridge Traffic on Downwind Airborne Particles. Tracy Widmer and Stephen Vermette

Field Studies in Geography and Environmental Science as a Vehicle for Teaching Science and Mathematics Skills. Randall W. FitzGerald

Analysis of Hardwood Manufacturers Location Decisions: Northern and Central Appalachian States, 1989-1999. John E. Bodenman


Back to the Future: Combining Tradition, Technology and Global Markets for Forest Conservation in New Guinea. William H. Thomas

Foundlings, Asylums, Almshouses and Orphanages: Early Roots of Child Protection. Dona Schneider and Susan M. Macey

Shippensburg and the Development of Overland Transportation in the Cumberland Valley, Pennsylvania in the 1700s. Paul Marr

Beyond Chinatown: Dual Immigration and the Chinese Population of Metropoloitan New York City, 2000. Lawrence A. McGlinn


Geographic Perspectives of a National Park and a Provincial Park on the Gaspe Peninsula. Margaret A. Boorstein


The Art of the Expedition: Thomas Moran and the Devil’s Landscape of Yellowstone. Roger Balm







                                                                                              

 

 

 

 

 

2002 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MIDDLE STATES DIVISION

OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS
October 11- 12, 2002
Montclair State University, Upper Montclair, NY

 

2002 OFFICERS OF THE MIDDLE STATES DIVISION

President: Gregory Pope, Montclair State University
Vice-President: John Pipkin, University at Albany
Secretary/Treasurer: Keith Henderson, Villanova University
Regional Councilor: Percy Dougherty, Kutztown University
Past President: Margaret Boorstein, C.W. Post College
Past President: John Bodenman, Bloomsburg University
Past President: Jake Lewandowski, West Chester University
Middle States Geographer Editors: Kim Irvine and Kelly Frothingham, Buffalo State College

 

About the cover:  The cover shows the Great Falls of the Passaic River, Paterson, New Jersey.  Harnessed by Alexander Hamilton following a design by Pierre Charles L’Enfant, the falls powered one of American’s first large industrial developments.  Sometimes exceeding 25,000 cubic feet per second at flood stage, the falls are the second largest (by volume) east of the Mississippi.  At Great Falls, the Jurassic Orange Mountain Basalt forms the precipice.  The Passaic River cuts through the escarpment of the Watchung Mountains, on which the Montclair University campus is situated.

ISSN 1067-2230

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MIDDLE STATES GEOGRAPHER, Volume 35, 2002

REVIEWERS

 

Patricia Beyer, Bloomsburg University                 Jake Lewandowski, West Chester University
John Bodenman, Bloomsburg University              Jo Margaret Mano, SUNY New Paltz
Margaret Boorstein, C.W. Post                               Monica Nyamwange, William Patterson University
Melinda Daniels, University of Connecticut           Mary Perrelli, Buffalo State College
Ann Deakin, SUNY Fredonia                                 John Pipkin, SUNY Albany
Ian Droppo, National Water Research Institute      Greg Pope, Montclair State University
Sherry Fontaine, Buffalo State College                 Jane Read, Syracuse University
Gordon Fraser, Buffalo State College                   Mary Rossi, Erie County Dept. of Env. & Plan.
Kelly Frothingham, Buffalo State College             Thomas Rumney, SUNY Plattsburg
Keith Henderson, Villanova University                   Grant Saff, Hofstra University
Shreeram Inamdar, Buffalo State College             John Sharp, SUNY New Paltz
Kim Irvine, Buffalo State College                            Rich Simmons, Buffalo State College
Lew Jean King, Buffalo State College                   Michael Urban, University of Missouri, Columbia
Theodore Kury, Buffalo State College                   Stephen Vermette, Buffalo State College

EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: Erica Somogye