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  • Western Geography

    Western Geography is the official journal of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers. The objective of the journal is to publish original scholarly work on geographical themes or topics that emphasize western Canada and adjacent areas, or that are written by geographers from this region. The editor and editorial board invite manuscripts of a methodological, empirical, theoretical, or philosophical nature that fall within this objective. Instructions for authors submitting manuscripts

    Manuscripts and enquiries regarding subscriptions should be sent to:

    For physical geography and GIS submissions:

    Craig Coburn, PhD
    Department of Geography
    University of Lethbridge
    4401 University Dr. W
    Lethbridge, Alberta T1K 3M4
    phone: (403) 317-2818
    fax: (403) 332-4039
    e-mail: craig.coburn@uleth.ca

    For human geography submissions:

    Damian Collins, PhD
    Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
    Earth Sciences Building
    University of Alberta
    Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E3
    phone: (780) 492-3197
    fax: (780) 492-2030
    e-mail: damian.collins@ualberta.ca

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    Volume 17/18/19, 2007/08/09

    Volume 15/16, 2005/06

    Volume 13/14, 2003/04

    Volume 12, 2002

    Volume 10/11, 2000/01

    Volume 8/9, 1998/99

    Volume 7, 1997, Special Edition: Focus on Alberta

    Volume 5/6, 1995/96

    Volume 4, 1994

    Volume 3, 1993

    • The Migration of Filipina Caregivers to Canada: A Case Study for Contemporary Migration Theory, Mikita, J., 1-14.
    • Networks of Power: Cartography as Ideology, Brealey, K.G., 15-30.
    • Social Change and Crime in Hong Kong: A Spatial Analysis, Lee, D., 51-70.
    • Temperature Trends at Prince George, British Columbia (1943-1991), Raphael, C., 71-84.
    • Work in Progress on the Dasein of the Shakespearean Landscape, Chamberlain, P.G., 85-108.

    Volume 2, 1992

    • Geography's Paradox at the Beginning of the 1960s: An Opinion, McVey, J.A., 1-18.
    • Transportation and Urban Form: A Comparison of Seattle and Vancouver, Murray, P., 19-32.
    • A Comparative Study of Canadian Condominium Owners and Renters, Meligrana, J., 33-46.
    • The University of Northern British Columbia: Its Economic Importance, Reid, M.; Enemark, L. and Rowbotham, L., 47-66.
    • What Geography Is There In Local History?, , Dijks, I.J. and Jankunis, F.J., 67-79.

    Volume 1(1), 1990

    • Boundary Lines in the Prairie Geographical Imagination, Warkentin, J., 1-6.
    • Economic Imperatives: The Historical Development of Land Reclamation in Japan Cavezza, M., 7-23.
    • Legume Production and Efficiency in the Southern Peace River Region, Skretowicz, A.L.; Bailey, W.G.; and Mills, P.F., 24-33.
    • Debris Torrent Hazard in Eastern Fraser and Coquihalla Valleys, Slaymaker, O., 34-48.
    • Application of the Priestley-Taylor Evaporation Model and its Variants in Canada, Valentine, D.A. and Bailey, W.G. , 67-79.


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