The California Geographer Vol. 54 (2014-2015)


California Geographer 2014-2015

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This collection houses volume fifty-four (2014-2015) of The California Geographer, published by California Geographical Society from 1960 to the present.

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Geographic Chronicles


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  • Unknown author (California Geographical Society, 2015)
    JOE BEATON POSTER AWARDS: Undergraduate Posters First Place: Long Fung, Pasadena City College Does Proximity to Metro Gold Line Stations Increase or Decrease Condo Property Values in Pasadena? Second Place: Crystal Moncada, ...
  • Booher, Gary (California Geographical Society, 2015)
    The Los Angeles Geographical Society and Los Angeles City College were proud to host the 2014 California Geographical Society Conference. It was a busy but rewarding weekend for over 300 persons who attended, with great ...
  • Townsend, Stacie A. (California Geographical Society, 2015)
    Denis Cosgrove was a true humanist and a leader in the field of humanistic geography. Drawn deeply to “the idea of genius loci, the spirit of place”, Cosgrove was a stalwart for the academic expressive powers of human ...
  • Davison, Ronald A. (California Geographical Society, 2015)
    While urban beaches may be functionally, legally, and administratively identical to parks, social scientists and others typically resist viewing them as parks. This paper offers four reasons—one etymological and three ...
  • Rohrmeier, Kerry; Bassett, Scott (California Geographical Society, 2015)
    Burning Man has evolved from a spontaneous solstice celebration into the world’s largest intentional community. Principle discourse philosophically implores participants to radically challenge society through internal ...