Faculty Publications and Grants

Faculty Publications and Grants

*Names followed by an asterisk indicate CSULB students.


Pischke, E.C, K.E. Halvorsen., T.H. Mwampamba, House-Peters, L. , A. Eastmond, L.P. Volkow, M.C. Fragoso Medina and M. Ohira. Transdisciplinary research teams: Broadening the scope of who participates in research. In: Halvorsen, K.E., C. Schelly, R. Handler, and J.L. Knowlton (Eds.) A Research Agenda for Environmental Management. Edward Elgar Publishing: Northhampton, M.A.

Brennan, S.*, Laris, P., & Rodrigue, C.M. Coyote brush as facilitator of native plant recovery in the Santa Monica Mountains. Madrono

Laris, P. & Jacobs, R. Commentary on Veenendaal et al, New Phytologist

Wechsler, S.P., Ban, H., & Li, L. The Pervasive Challenge of Uncertainty and its Integration in Geospatial Practice. In: Koutsopoulos, K., de Miguel González, R., & Donert, K. (Eds.), Geospatial Challenges in the 21st Century. Springer International.


Jocoy, C.L. 2018. Green Growth Machines? Competing discourses of urban development in Playa Vista, California. Urban Geography 39(3): 388-412. (published online 2017 DOI: 10.1080/02723638.2017.1333238)

Li, L., Ban, H., Wechsler, S. P., & Xu, B. 2018. Spatial Data Uncertainty, In: Huang, B. (Ed.), Comprehensive Geographic Information Systems. Vol. 1, pp. 313–340. Oxford: Elsevier. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-409548-9.09610-X ISBN: 9780128046609.

Gerlak, A.K, House-Peters, L., R.G. Varady, T. Albrecht, A. Zúñiga-Terán, C.A. Scott, R.R. de Grenade, and C. Cook. 2018. Water security: A critical review of place-based studies. Environmental Science and Policy 82: 79-89.

Bairam, E. 2018. The Origins and Spatial Diffusion of Female Professional Soccer Players in the United States, 1991–2015: Geographical and Sociocultural Perspectives. California Geographer 57.


Dallman, S. 2017. Navigating Drought in California: Lessons from Down-Under. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers. 79:71-92.

House-Peters, L., V. Del Casino, Jr., and C.F. Brooks. 2017. Dialogue, inquiry, and encounter: Critical geographies of online higher education. Progress in Human Geography.

House-Peters, L. 2017. Social-ecological transformations in riparian zones: The production of spaces of exclusion and the uneven development of resilience in the Sonoran borderlands. In: Grichting, A. and M. Zebich-Knos (Eds.) Between the Lines: The Social Ecology of Border Landscapes. Anthem Press: London.

Campus as a Living Lab, CSU Office of the Chancellor, “Environmental Sustainability & Social Justice: Mitigating Climate Change Impacts for a Just Future,” PI: L. House-Peters, 2017-2019, $12,000.

Jocoy, C.L. and Zucherman, H.*. 2017. Book Review of Better Must Come: Exiting homelessness in two global cities, Matthew D. Marr. Urban Geography. 38(2): 318-320.

Pepper, D.A. 2017. Variation in El Niño Circulation Patterns and Winter Storm Impacts in
Southern California. Air and Water Components of the Environment. Şerban, G., A. Croitoru, T. Tudose, R. Bătinăş, C. Horvath, I. Holobăcă (eds.) March 17-19, 2017 Cluj-Napoca, Romania< .p>

Li, L. and Ulaganathan, M.N. 2017. Design and Development of a Crowdsourcing Mobile App for Disaster Response, In: Proceedings of the 25st International Conference on Geoinformatics, August 2-4, 2017. Buffalo, USA.

Li, L. and Valdovinos, J. 2017. Optimized conflation of authoritative and crowd-sourced geographic data: Creating an integrated bike map. The 8th International Symposium on Information Fusion and Intelligent Geographical Information Systems, May 10-12, 2017. Shanghai, China.

Li, L. 2017. Spatial data uncertainty. The Geographic Information Science & Technology Body of Knowledge (4th Quarter 2017 Edition), John P. Wilson (ed). doi:10.22224/gistbok/2017.4.4.


Dallman, S., Chaudhry, A., Muleta, M. and Lee, J. 2016. The Value of Rain: Benefit-Cost Analysis of Rainwater Harvesting Systems. Water Resources Management. 30:4415–4428.

Lee, S., Harrington, R. G., & Ban, H. 2016. Enhancing tolerance to a delayed reinforcer in a child with developmental disabilities: The comparison between non-signal and signaled delayed reinforcement procedures. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 6(8), 1-6.

deGrenade, R., L. House-Peters, C.A. Scott, B. Thapa, M. Mills-Novoa, A. Gerlak, and K. Verbist. 2016. The nexus: Reconsidering environmental security and adaptive capacity. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 21: 15-21.

Jocoy, C.L. Principal Investigator, Department of Geography, California State University, Long Beach. Long Beach Navy Memorial Heritage Association. Grant #2016-001. East 7th Street History Project. 2016. ($16,800)


Ban, H. 2015. Chapter 5: Representing ocean-feature boundaries. In H.-H. Sung (Ed.), Final report for 2015 Investigation of Coastal Feature Names and the Informing (102-112), prepared for Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Agency. Republic of Korea: Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries.

Investigation of Coastal-Feature Names and its Informing. (April 2015~December 2015). With Drs. Hyo Hyun Sung (PI), Hyowon Ban, Okgyung Yoon (Co-PI), Hyunwook Lee (Co-PI), Kiseok Lee (Co-PI), Hyunchul Han (Co-PI), and Eunmi Jang (Co-PI). Funded by The Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Administration, South Korea (about $236,800).


Dallman, Suzanne; Thien, Deborah; Laris, Paul; and Ngo, Mary. 2014. Reinterpreting traditional cultural properties: A political ecology of emotion perspective. Human Geography 7, 2: 29-45.

Kim, C.; Sang, S.; and Ban, H. 2014. Exploring job centers by accessibility using fuzzy set approach: the case study of the Columbus MSA. GeoJournal 79, 2: 209-222.

Thien, Deborah. 2014. Geographies of gender and health. In The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society, managing ed. J. Michael Ryan.

Cañón, Edgardo, and Rodrigue, Christine M. 2014. Landform classification and characterization. Invited entry, Encyclopedia of Planetary Landforms, ed. Ákos Kereszturi and Henrik Hargitai. Springer (in press).

Thien, Deborah. 2014. Welcome home our military sisters: Sexual difference and female veterans with PTSD. In Psychoanalytic Geographies, ed. S. Pile and P. Kingsbury. Ashgate (in press).

Chavoshi, S.H.; De Baets, B.; Neutens, T.; Ban, H.; Ahlqvist, O.; De Tré, G.; and Van de Weghe, N. 2014. Knowledge discovery in choreographic data using relative motion matrices and dynamic time warping. Applied Geography 47: 111-124.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2014. Animal domestication. Invited entry, Encyclopaedia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures,3rd ed., ed. Helaine Selin. Springer.

Dallman, S. 2014. Going local: Can a Southern California city give up imported water? Proceedings, OzWater’14. Brisbane, QLD, Australia: Australian Water Association.


Laris, Paul. 2013. Integrating land change science and savanna fire models in West Africa. Land 2, 4: 609-636. doi:10.3390/land2040609

Jocoy, Christine L. 2013. Counting the homeless: the culture of quantification in American social policy. Cultural Geographies 20, 3: 397-403.

Li, Linna; Goodchild, Michael F.; and Xu, Bo. 2013. Spatial, temporal, and socioeconomic patterns in the use of Twitter and Flickr.” Cartography and Geographic Information Science 40, 2: 61

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2013. Constructing all-year floristic keys for small areas. Fremontia: Journal of the California Native Plant Society 40, 1-2: 41-46.-77.

Engelberg, K.*; Laris, P.; Nagy, B.*; and Eckardt, S.*
2013. Comparing the long-term impacts of different anthropogenic disturbance regimes on California coastal sage scrub recovery Professional Geographer (print forthcoming; available online June). doi: 10.1080/00330124.2013.802558.

Zhou, Liguo; Xu, Bo; Ma, Weichuan; Zhao, Bin; Li, Linna; and Huai, Hongyan. 2013. Evaluation of hyperspectral multi-band indices to estimate chlorophyll-a concentration using field spectral measurements and satellite data in Dianshan Lake, China. Water 5, 2: 525-539.

Dallman, Suzanne; Ngo, Mary; Laris, Paul; and Thien, Deborah. 2013. Political ecology of emotion and sacred space: The Winnemem Wintu struggles with California water policy. Emotion, Space and Society 6: 33

Pepper, David A., and Christine L. Jocoy. 2013. A climatological analysis of emergency homeless shelter openings in Long Beach, California, USA. Applied Geography 37: 168-175.43.

Li, Wenwen; Li, Linna; Goodchild, Michael F.; and Anselin,Luc. 2013. A geospatial cyberinfrastructure for urban economic analysis and spatial decision-making.” ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 2, 2: 413-431.

Lassiter, Unna. 2013. Human security. In Encyclopedia of Intelligence, ed. Greg Moore. Taylor and Francis.

Lassiter, Unna, and Hamm, Deborah. 2013. 20 years later and a bit wiser: A methodological re-evaluation of the analysis of Chisholm Hall, a deaf support center at California State University, Northridge (CSUN). In Deaf Geographies, ed. Gulliver, Kocher, Kitzel, and Benoit. Invited and refereed paper.

Chavoshi, H.; De Baets, Neutens; Ban, H.; De Tré, G.; and Van de Weghe, N. 2013. Extended abstract. Analysis and visualization of movement: Application to dance. Workshop on Analysis and Visualization of MOVEment: Focus on Tangible Results. COST IC0903 MOVE meeting, HafenCity University, Hamburg, Germany (March 4-5). Available at http://users.ugent.be/~schavosh/MOVE.pdf.


Dallman, Suzanne. and Spongberg, M. 2012. Expanding local water supplies: Assessing the impacts of stormwater infiltration on groundwater quality. Professional Geographer 64, 2: 232-249.

Thien, Deborah. 2012. Well beings: Placing emotion in rural, gender, and health research. Ch. 2 of Rural Women’s Health, ed. Beverly Leipert, Belinda Leach and Wilfreda Thurston, pp. 423-440. University of Toronto Press.

Ban, Hyowon. 2012. RElative MOtion (REMO) analysis of dance. Refereed extended abstract: 7th International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Columbus, OH, U.S.A., September 18-21, 2012.

Laris, P., and Dembele, F. 2012. Humanizing savanna models: integrating natural factors and anthropogenic disturbance regimes to determine tree-grass dynamics in savannas Land Change Science (published on-line July 14, 2011).

Thien, Deborah, and Vincent J. Del Casino Jr. 2012. (Un) healthy men, masculinities, and the geographies of health. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102, 5: 1146-1156.

Foltz, J.D., Aldana, U.T., Laris, P. 2012. The Sahel’s Silent Maize Revolution: Analyzing Maize Productivity in Mali at the Farm-Level. NBER Working Paper Series, Working Paper 17801. http://www.nber.org/papers/w17801. National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA.

Sung, H.-H., Han, H. C., Jang, E. M., Yoon, O. K., and Ban, H. 2012. Investigation of Undersea-Feature Names. A report prepared for Korea Hydrographic and Oceanographic Administration, Ministry of Land, Transportation And Maritime Affairs, Republic of Korea.


Rodrigue, Christine M. 2011. Use of geochemistry data collected by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit in Gusev Crater to teach geomorphic zonation through principal components analysis. Journal of Geoscience Education 59: 184-193. doi: 10.5408/1.3604826.

Thien, Deborah. 2011. Emotional life. In Companion to Social Geography, ed. M. Thomas, P. Panelli, P. Cloke, and V. Del Casino, pp. 309-325. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Wechsler, Suzanne P. 2011. Development of a LiDAR Derived Digital Elevation Model (DEM) as Input to a METRANS Geographic Information System (GIS). No. AR 05-04.

Ban, Hyowon. 2011. Geographical counterpoint of spatio-temporal data, the dance. Proceedings of the 25th International Cartographic Conference. International Cartographic Association, Paris, 2011, ISBN 978-1-907075-05-6, CO-211.

Thien, Deborah, and Dolan, H. 2011. Emplacing care: Understanding care work across social and spatial contexts. In Valuing Care Work: Comparative Perspectives on Canada, Finland, and Iceland, ed. Cecilia Benoit and Helga Hallgrimsdottir, pp. 23-42. University of Toronto Press.

Ahlqvist, O. Harvey, F., Ban, H., Chen, W., Fontanella, S., Guo, M., and Singh, N. (2011). Making journal articles ‘live’: turning academic writing into scientific dialog. GeoJournal, DOI 10.1007/s10708-011-9431-9. (editorial).

Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2011. Space, place, and power in modern Russia: Essays in the new spatial history. Journal of Historical Geography 37, 4: 518-519.

Laris, Paul. 2011. Humanizing savanna biogeography: linking human practices with ecological patterns in a frequently burned savanna of southern Mali. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 101, 5: 1067-1088).

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2011. Nearest neighbor analysis, regression, and secondary crater prospecting on Mars. Refereed extended abstract, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42: 1014.


Ahlqvist, O., Ban, H., Cressie, N., and Zuniga-Shaw, N. 2010. Statistical counterpoint: Knowledge discovery of choreographic information using spatio-temporal analysis and visualization. Applied Geography, doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2010.03.006.

Dallman, S. and Piechota, T. 2010. Storm Water: Asset Not Liability. Los Angeles: Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers Watershed Council.

Ban, H. and Ahlqvist, O. 2010. User evaluation of a software interface for geovisualization and communication of uncertain urban ontologies. Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITcon), 15, 122-131, http://www.itcon.org/2010/9.

Dallman, Suzanne. 2010. Living within our means: Contemplating a sustainable urban water budget. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences

Jocoy, Christine L. and Del Casino, Jr., V.J. 2010. Homelessness, travel behavior, and the politics of transportation mobilities in Long Beach, California. Environment and Planning A. 42: 1943-1963.

Curtis, James R. 2010. Review of Satan’s Playground: Mobsters and Movie Stars at America’s Greatest Gaming Resort, by Paul J. Vanderwood (Duke University Press, 2010), in the Southwestern Historical Quarterly 114 (April): 460-461.

Tyner, Judith. 2010. Principles of Map Design. New York: Guilford Press.

Antoninetti, Maurizio; Champion, Sarah; Salim, Zia; Kayzar, Brenda; Arreola, Daniel D.; and Carter, Norman. 2010. A tribute to Larry Ford. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 72, 1: 74-75.

Jocoy, Christine L. 2010. Review of Cast Out: Vagrancy and Homelessness in Global and Historical Perspective, ed. A.L. Beier and Paul Ocobock. Ohio University Press (2008). Journal of Historical Geography 36, 1 (January): 108-109.

Winders, Jamie; Brunner, Lisa Ruth; Carter, Norman; and Collins, Damian. 2010. Review of New Geographies of Race and Racism, ed. Claire Dwyer and Caroline Bressey. Ashgate (2008). Social and Cultural Geography 11, 1 (February): 95-102.

Woods, James. 2010. Maps in Tyner, Judith. Principles of Map Design. New York: Guilford Press


Curtis, Andrew, and Mills, Jacqueline W. 2009. GIS, Human Geography, and Disasters. San Diego, CA: University Readers.

Curtis, A.; Mills, J.W.; McCarthy, T.; Fotheringham, A.S.; and Fagan, W. 2009. Space and time changes in neighborhood recovery after a disaster using a spatial video acquisition system. In Geospatial Techniques in Urban Hazard and Disaster Analysis,ed. P. Showalter and Y. Lu.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr.. 2009. Living with and experiencing (dis)ease. In Companion to Medical Geography, ed. T. Brown, S. McLafferty, and G. Moon. London and New York: Blackwell.

Ban, Hyowon, and Ahlqvist, Ola. 2009. Representing and negotiating uncertain geospatial concepts. Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems33, 4: 233-246. doi: 10.1016/j.comenvurbsys.2008.10.001.

Kim, Changjoo; Sang, Sunhee; and Ban, H. 2009. Exploring job centers by occupation and gender using accessibility: The case study of the Columbus MSA. GeoJournal

Ngo, Mary and Thien, Deborah. 2009. Interconnecting spaces: Truck drivers, diesel pollution, and networking in the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. Yearbook of the Association of American Geographers71: 67-95. doi: 10.1353/pcg.0.0019. Ms. Ngo is a Geography graduate student at CSULB.

Muñiz-Solari, Osvaldo, and Wranic, Angela D. 2009. Composite learning objects in geographical sciences: Experience from on-line collaboration. Proceedings of the Latin American Conference on Learning Objects, October 2008, Aguascalientes, Mexico: 205-211.

Baruah, Bipasha. 2009. Monitoring progress towards gender-equitable poverty alleviation: The tools of the trade. Progress in Development Studies 9, 3: 171-186. doi: 10.1177/146499340800900301.

Fetters, Douglas E.. 2009. Railroad abandonment: A catalyst for urban renewal in the San Fernando Valley, California. Yearbook of the Association of American Geographers71: 196-230. doi: 10.1353/pcg.0.0036. Mr. Fetters is a 2008 Geography graduate alumnus at CSULB, and this article is based on his thesis.

Thien, Deborah and Pugh, Jonathan. 2009. Long Beach gets radical: Stretching the spaces of radical politics. Yearbook of the Association of American Geographers71: 67-95. doi: 10.1353/pcg.0.0026

Mills, Jacqueline W. 2009. Spatial decision support in a post-disaster environment: A community-focused approach. Cartographica44, 1: 17-31.

Thien, Deborah. 2009. Death and bingo? The Royal Canadian Legion’s unexpected spaces of emotion. In Emotion, Place, and Culture,ed. Mick Smith, Joyce Davidson, Laura Cameron, and Liz Bondi, pp. 207-226. Farnham: Ashgate.

Monk, Janice, and Jocoy, Christine L. 2009. Career planning: Personal goals and professional contexts. In Aspiring Academics,pp. 16-31. Ed. M. Solem, K. Foote, and J. Monk. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Educational, Inc.

Thien, Deborah, and Hanlon, Neil. 2009. Feminist perspectives on care and place, Gender, Place, and Culture16, 2: 155-162.

Pugh, Jonathan, and Thien, Deborah, writing for the Spaces of Democracy and the Democracy of Space Network. 2009. What are the consequences of the “spatial turn” for how we understand politics today? A proposed research agenda. Progress in Human Geography. doi: 10.1177/0309132508099795

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr.. 2009. Social Geography: A Critical Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell.


Rodrigue, Christine M. 2009. The domestication of animals. In Encyclopædia of Geography, ed. Barney Warf. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2009. Third Romist geopolitics of Ilya Glazunov’s eternal Russia. Gumanitarnaia Geografiia

Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2009. Kritischeskaia populiarnaia geopolitika, vizual’nye obrazy i konstruirovanie regionov (Critical popular geopolitics, visual images, and construction of regions). In Rossiia and SShA na stranitsakh uchebnikov: Obraz drugogu (Russian and the United States: Mutual Representations in Textbooks), ed. V. Zhuravleva and I. Kurilla, pp. 315- 342. Volgograd: Volgograd State University Press.

Kull, Christian A. and Laris, Paul. 2009. Fire ecology and fire politics in Mali and Madagascar. In Tropical Fire Ecology: Climate Change, Land Use and Ecosystem Dynamics, ed. Mark A. Cochrane. Heidelberg: Springer-Praxis.

Dolan, Holly, and Thien, Deborah. 2009. Relations of care: A framework for placing women and health in rural communities. Canadian Journal of Public Health 99, 2: s38-s42.

Woods, James. 2009. Maps for Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr.. 2009. Social Geography: A Critical Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell.


Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2008. Visualizing the former Cold War “Other”: Images of Eastern Europe in world regional geography textbooks in the United States. Contexts: The Journal of Educational Media, Memory, and Society 1, 1: 39-58.

Mills, J.W.; Curtis, A.; Pine, J.C.; Kennedy, B.; Jones, F.; Ramani, R.; and Bausch, D. 2008. The clearinghouse concept: A model for geospatial data centralization and dissemination in a disaster. Disasters 32, 3: 467-479.

Ryser, Laura; Halseth, Greg; and Thien, Deborah. 2008. Strategies and intervening factors influencing student social interaction and experiential learning in an interdisciplinary research team. Research in Higher Education. doi: 10.1007/s11162-008-9118-3. Available at http://www.springerlink.com/content/308263181105h83p/fulltext.pdf.

Scheyvens, Regina, Griffin, Amy L.; Jocoy, Christine L.; Liu, Yan; Bradford, Michael. 2008. Experimenting with active learning in geography: Dispelling the myths that perpetuate resistance. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 32, 1: 51-69.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2008. Geography from the back of the AAG Program: Is geography what we say or what we do? The California Geographer 48.

Laris, Paul. 2008. An anthropogenic escape route from the “Gulliver syndrome” in the West African savanna. Human Ecology 36: 789-805. doi: 10.1007/s10745-008-9203-4.

Jocoy, Christine L., and Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. 2008. The Mobility of Homeless People and their Use of Public Transit in Long Beach, CA: Final Report to METRANS Transportation Center (available from http://www.metrans.org/research/final/06- 13%20Draft%20Final.pdf).

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2008. Animal domestication. In Helaine Selin (ed.), Encyclopædia of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures,2nd ed. Invited contribution. New York: Springer.

Daniel D. Arreola and James R. Curtis. 2008. Border towns. In The Borderlands: An Encylopedia of Culture and Politics on the U.S.-Mexico Divide, ed. Andrew G. Wood, pp. 54-57. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Curtis, James R. 2008. Yard shrines in Miami’s Little Havana. In Southern Crossroads: Perspectives on Southern Religion and Culture, ed. Walter H. Conser and Rodger M. Payne, pp. 27-38. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press. Reprinted from Journal of Cultural Geography 1980.

Curtis, James R. 2008. La chinesca de Mexicali. In La experiencia migratoria China a Sonora y Baja California, ed. Servando Ontoll. Mexicali: Centro de Investigaciones Culturales-Museo. Reprinted from Geographical Review 1995. Tr. J.R. Curtis and S. Ontoll.

Klepeis, Paul, and Laris, Paul. 2008. Estancias, hobby ranching, and Chile’s land reform legacy. The Geographical Review 98, 3: 372- 394.

Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2008. Corporatisation of urban space and the emergence of civil society in Post-Soviet Moscow. Alfa Spectra: Central European Journal of Architecture and Planning FA STU 12, 1: 43-49.

Thien, Deborah. 2008. Encouraging gender analysis in research practice. Journal of Geography in Higher Education

Thien, Deborah and Del Casino, Vincent. 2008. Symbolic interaction. In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, ed. Rob Kitchin and Nigen Thrift

Baruah, Bipasha. 2008. Gender and globalization: Opportunities and constraints faced by women in the construction industry in India. Labor Studies Journal doi:10.1177/0160449X08326187.

Baruah, Bipasha. 2008. Monitoring progress towards poverty alleviation and gender equality: The tools of the trade. Canadian Journal of Development Studies.

Baruah, Bipasha. 2008. Standing Her Ground: Women and Land in Urban South Asia. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press

Moseley, William, and Laris, Paul. 2008. West African environmental narratives and development-volunteer praxis. The Geographical Review 98, 1: 59-81.

Dallman, Suzanne. 2008. GIS modeling for stormwater and groundwater management. Proceedings, American Water Resources Association Spring Specialty Conference, GIS and Water Resources 5.

Laris, Paul and Bakkoury, Aziz. 2008. Nouvelles leçons d’une vieille pratique: mosaïque du feu dans la savane du Mali. Bois et Forêts des Tropiques 296, 2: 5-16.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. and Jocoy, Christine L. 2008. Neoliberal subjectivities, the “new” homelessness, and struggles over spaces of/in the city. Antipode 40, 1: 191-199.

Woods, James. 2008. Death penalty executions in the United States. Map published as Figure 6.8 in Kimmel, Michael, and Aronson, Amy. 2008. Sociology Now, p. 200. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson, Allen, and Bacon.

Del Casino, V.J., Jr. 2008. Study Guide and Mapping Workbook: World Regions in Global Context,3rd ed. New York: Prentice Hall.

Holmgren, Camille A.. 2008. Paleoenvironmental response of the Northern Chihuahuan Desert to the Younger Dryas climatic oscillation. Invited paper for Current Research in the Pleistocene



Thien, Deborah. 2007. Intimate distances: Considering questions of “us.” In Emotional Geographies, ed. Joyce Davidson, Liz Bondi, and Mick Smith, pp. 161-204. Farnham, UK: Ashgate.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. 2007. Disease. In Encylopedia of Environment and Society, ed. P. Robbins, pp. 467-471. London, Thousand Oaks, CA, and New Delhi: Sage.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. 2007. Sexually transmitted diseases. In Encylopedia of Environment and Society, ed. P. Robbins, pp. 1594-1595. London, Thousand Oaks, CA, and New Delhi: Sage.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. 2007. Thailand. In Encylopedia of Environment and Society, ed. P. Robbins, pp. 1719-1720. London, Thousand Oaks, CA, and New Delhi: Sage.

Wechsler, Suzanne P.. 2007. Uncertainties associated with digital elevation models for hydrological applications: A review. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11: 1481-1500.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr.. 2007. Health/sexuality/geography. In Geographies of Sexualities: Theory, Practices, and Politics, ed. K. Brown, J. Lim, and B. Brown, pp. 39-52. London: Ashgate.

Holmgren, C.A.; Norris, J.; and Betancourt, J.L. 2007. Inferences about winter temperatures and summer rains from the late Quaternary record of C4 perennial grasses and C3 desert shrubs in the northern Chihuahuan Desert. Journal of Quaternary Science22: 141-162. doi: 10:1002/jqs.1023

Baruah, Bipasha 2007. Gendered realities: Exploring property ownership and tenancy relationships in urban India. World Development 35: 2096- 2109.

Holmgren, C.A.; Rosello, E.; and Betancourt, J.L. 2007. Late Holocene fossil rodent middens from the arica region of northernmost Chile. Journal of Arid Environments doi:10.1016/j.jaridenv.2007.09.003 (print version forthcoming, online version published at Wiley InterScience).

Baruah, Bipasha 2007. Assessment of public-private-NGO partnerships: Water and sanitation services in slums. Natural Resources Forum 31: 226-237.

Woods, James. 2007. A map, Percentage of CSULB graduates by state, was published in Geographic distribution of graduates of CSU, Long Beach, CSU Geospatial Review 5 (Spring): 7.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2007. Geography diversity initiatives at California State University, Long Beach: The Geoscience Diversity Enhancement Program. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 69: 160-167.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. and Jones, J.P., III. 2007. Space for inequality researchers: A view from geography. In The Sociology of Spatial Inequality, ed. L. Lobao, G. Hooks, and A. Tickamyer, pp. 233-251. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Woods, James. 2007. Three maps, Distribution of graduates of California State University, Long Beach; Distribution of graduates of California State University, Long Beach, within California counties; and Distribution of graduates of California State University, Long Beach, with emphasis on Southern California were published in The geographic distribution of graduates: Where are CSULB alumni living? GIS Educator (Winter): 6-7.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. 2007. Health/Sexuality/Geography. In Geographies of Sexualities: Theory, Practices, and Politics, ed. K. Brown, J. Lim, and G. Brown, pp. 39-52. London: Ashgate.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. 2007. Flaccid theory and the geographies of sexual health in the age of Viagra. Health and Place doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2007.01.003


Laris, Paul, and Wardell, D.A. 2006. Good, bad, or “necessary evil?”: Reinterpreting the colonial burning experiments in the savanna landscapes of West Africa. Geographical Journal 172, 4: 217-290.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr.; Keirn, Tim; and Brooks, Catherine F. 2006. Teaching teachers about teaching Asia-Pacific through a globalized world historical geography framework. Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Education Research Association Conference (CD-Rom publication).

Jocoy, Christine L. 2006. Surviving the first time through: A new instructor’s view on designing and teaching economic geography and how mentoring early-career faculty can help. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 30,3: 419-425.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. and Marston, Sallie A. 2006. Social geography in the United States: Everywhere and nowhere. Social and Cultural Geography 7, 6: 995-1009.

Tyner, Judith. 2006. A day with Norman Thrower. Cartographic Perspectives 55: 7-15.

Del Casino, Vincent. 2006. NGOs and the reorganization of “community development” mediating the flows of people living with HIV and AIDS. In Population Dynamics and Infectious Diseases in Asia, ed. Adrian C. Sleigh, Chee Heng Leng, Brenda S.A. Yeoh, Phua Kai Hong, and Rachel Safman, pp. 159-196. London and Singapore: World Scientific Publishers.

Klepeis, Peter, and Laris, Paul. 2006. Contesting sustainable development in Tierra del Fuego. Geoforum 37, 4 (July): 505-518. doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2005.03.003.

Wechsler, Suzanne P. and Kroll, Charles N. 2006. Quantifying DEM uncertainty and its effect on topographic parameters. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 72, 9: 1081-1090. Available at http://www.esf.edu/erfeg/kroll/QuantifyingDEM.pdf.

Holmgren, C.A., Betancourt, J.L.; and Rylander, K. A. 2006. A 36,000-yr B.P. vegetation history from the Peloncillo Mountains, southeastern Arizona, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology240: 405-422.

Yarnal, Brent; Heasley, Amy L.; O’Connor, Robert E.; Dow, Kirsten; and Jocoy, Christine L. 2006. The potential use of climate forecasts by community water system managers. Land Use and Water Resources Research 6: 3.1 – 3.8. Available at http://www.luwrr.com/uploads/paper06-03.pdf, but only after registering for free access at http://www.luwrr.com/contents.html.

Wechsler, Suzanne P. 2006. Uncertainties associated with digital elevation models for hydrologic applications: A review. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 3: 2343-2384. Available from http://www.hydrol-earth-syst-sci-discuss.net/3/2343/2006.

Laris, Paul and and Klepeis, Peter. 2006. Degradation narratives. The pristine myth. In Our Earth’s Changing Land: An Encyclopedia of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change, ed. H. Geist. Oxford: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Klepeis, Peter, and Laris, Paul. 2006. The pristine myth. In Our Earth’s Changing Land: An Encyclopedia of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change, ed. H. Geist. Oxford: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Klepeis, Peter, and Laris, Paul. 2006. Land-use history. In Our Earth’s Changing Land: An Encyclopedia of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change, ed. H. Geist. Oxford: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Jocoy, Christine L. and DiBiase, David. 2006. Plagiarism by adult learners online: A case study in detection and remediation. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning 7, 1. Available at http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/242/466.

Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2006. Post-Imperial Third Romes: Resurrections of a Russian Orthodox geopolitical metaphor. Geopolitics11, 2: 317-347. doi: 10.1080/14650040600598585

Del Casino, V.J., Jr.. 2006. Five articles:

  • Phenomenology (pp. 353-354)
  • Structuralism (pp. 464-465)
  • Post-Structuralism (pp. 375-378)
  • Symbols/Symbolism (pp. 473-475)
  • Theory (pp. 484-487)


In Encyclopedia of Human Geography, ed. B. Warf. London, Thousand Oaks, and New Delhi: Sage Publications.

Laris, Paul.. 2006. Managing a burned mosaic: A landscape-sclae human ecological model of savanna fires. In Linking People with Nature: Lessons from Savannas and Dry Forests, ed. Jayalaxshmi Mistry and Andrea Berardi. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Lassiter, Unna I. and Lowry, James D. 2006. Unpacking difference: The changing identities of greyhounds. Invited contribution to Sports and Geography special edition of the National Council for Geographic Education Pathways in Geography series of Special Publications.


Gossette, Frank and Müller, Valerie. 2005. Satellites, Census, and the quality of life. In Geo-Spatial Technologies in Urban Environments, ed. R.J. Jensen, J. Gatrell, and D. McLean. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag.

Lassiter, Unna I. and Wolch, Jennifer. 2005. Changing attitudes toward animals among Latinas in Los Angeles. In Land of Sunshine: The Environmental History of Metropolitan Los Angeles, ed. William Deverell and Greg Hise. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

Baruah, Bipasha. 2005. Gender and development in South Asia: Can practice keep up with theory? Canadian Journal of Development Studies26 (special issue): 677-688.

Del Casino, V.J. and Hanna, S.P. 2005. Beyond the “binaries”: A methodological intervention for interrogating maps as representational practices. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies4, 1: 34-56.

O’Connor, Robert E.; Yarnal, Brent; Dow, Kirstin; Carbone, Gregory J.; and Jocoy, Christine L. 2005. Feeling at risk matters: Water managers and the decision to use forecasts. Risk Analysis: An International Journal25, 5: 1265-1275.

Ambos, Elizabeth L.; Rodrigue, Christine M.; Behl, Richard J.; Lee, Christopher; Wechsler, Suzanne P.; Holk, Gregory; Larson, Daniel; Francis, R. Daniel; and Whitney, David. 2005. Geoscience field studies at California State University at Long Beach: Urban applied research with a community focus. CUR Quarterly(Council on Undergraduate Research) 26, 2: 56-61 (this is the lead article in a special issue on “Undergraduate research that serves the community”).

Laris, Paul. 2005. Spatiotemporal problems with detecting seasonal- mosaic fire regimes with coarse-resolution satellite data in savannas. Remote Sensing of Environment99, 4: 412-424.

Latorre, Claudio; Betancourt, Julio L.; Rech, Jason A.; Quade, Jay; Holmgren, Camille A.; Placzek, Christa; Maldonado, Antonio; Vuille, Mathias; and Rylander, Kate A. 2005. Late Quaternary history of the Atacama Desert. In 23 Degrees South: The Archaeology and Environmental History of the Southern Deserts, pp. 73-90, ed. M. Smith and P. Hesse. Canberra: National Museum of Australia Press.

Macdonald, G. M.; Edwards, T.; Gervais, B.; Laing, T.; Pisaric, M.; Porinchu, D. F.; Synder, J.; Solovieva, N.; Tarasov, P.; and Wolfe, B. 2005. Recent paleolimnological research from Northern Russian Eurasia. In Long-term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes,ed. Reinhar Pienitz, John P. Smol, and Douglas Marianne S.V. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Thien, Deborah. 2005. After or beyond feeling? A consideration of affect and emotion in geography. Area37, 4: 450-456.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2005. The state of geography and its cognate disciplines in the California State Universities from Fall 1992 through Fall 2004. The California Geographer45: 59-85.

Sumner, Ray. 2005. Tom Down Under: McKnight’s relationship with the Fifth Continent. The California Geographer45: 98-110.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2005. Jim Blaut’s critique of diffusionism through a Neolithic lens: Animal domestication in the Near East. Antipode 37, 5: 981-989. doi:10.1111/j.0066-4812.2005.00546.x. Available at http://www.csulb.edu/~rodrigue/antipodeblaut.pdf.

Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2005. Corporate rescaling of the city: The geographical construction of urban lightscapes in Soviet and post-Soviet Moscow/Linnade korporatiive mastaabimuutus: Moskva linnamaastiku geograafilini konstreerimine nöukogude ajal ja aärast seda. In Constructed Happiness: Domestic Environment in the Cold War Era/Võistelevad Õnned: Elukeskkond Külma Sõja Perioodil, ed. Mart Kalm and Ingrid Ruudi, pp. 172-183. Talinn: Estonian Academy of Arts.

Thien, Deborah. 2005. Recasting the pattern: Critical relations in gender and rurality. In Critical Studies in Rural Gender Issues. Ed J. Little and C. Morris, pp. 75-89. Newport, Australia, and Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Peng, Roger S.; Schoenberg, Frederic Paik; and Woods, James. 2005. Multi-dimensional point process models for evaluating a wildfire hazard index. University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Statistics Papers 2003010113. Available at http://repositories.cdlib.org/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1098&context=uclastat

Wechsler, Suzanne P.; Whitney, David J.; Ambos, Elizabeth L.; Rodrigue, Christine M.; Lee, Christopher T.; Behl, Richard J.; Larson, Daniel O.; Francis, Robert D.; and Holk, Gregory. 2005. Enhancing diversity in the geosciences. Journal of Geography104, 4 (July/August): 141-149.

Whitney, David J.; Behl, Richard J.; Ambos, Elizabeth L.; Francis, Robert D.; Holk, Gregory.; Larson, Daniel O.; Lee, Christopher T.; Rodrigue, Christine M.; and Wechsler, Suzanne P. 2005. Ethnic differences in geoscience attitudes of college students. EOS86, 30 (26 July): 277, 279.

Tyner, Judith. 2005. Elements of Cartography: Tracing fifty years of academic cartography. Cartographic Perspectives51 (Spring): 4-13.

Peng, Roger S.; Schoenberg, Frederic Paik; and Woods, James. 2005. A space-time conditional intensity model for evaluating a wildfire hazard index. Journal of the American Statistical Association100, 469 (March): 26-35. doi 10.1198/016214504000001863.

Curtis, James R. 2005. A typology of Brazilian urban squares: Its application in the city of Manaus. In Cities and Urban Geography in Latin America, ed. Vicent Ortells Chabrera, Robert B. Kent, and Javier Soriano Martí, pp. 39-60. Castelló de la Plana, Spain: Universitat Jaume I Press.

Del Casino, V.J., Jr. 2005. Study Guide: World Regions in Global Context,2nd ed. New York: Prentice Hall.

Del Casino, V.J., Jr. 2005. Instructor’s Manual: World Regions in Global Context,2nd ed. New York: Prentice Hall.

Del Casino, V.J., Jr. 2005. Mapping Workbook: World Regions in Global Context,2nd ed. New York: Prentice Hall.


Wechsler, Suzanne P. and Pitts, Lisa A. 2004. GIS in high school integrates geography with technology: A case study. The California Geographer: 37-54.

Hanna, S.P.; Del Casino, V.J., Jr.; Selden, C.; and Hite, B. 2004. Representation as work in “America’s most historic city.” Social and Cultural Geography5, 3: 459-482.

Tyner, Judith 2004. Stitching the world: Westtown School’s embroidered globes. Piecework Magazine(September/October): 28-31.

Curtis, James R. 2004. Barrio Space and place in Southeast Los Angeles. In Hispanic Spaces, Latino Places: Community and Cultural Diversity in Contemporary America, pp. 125-144, ed. Daniel D. Arreola. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Del Casino, V.J., Jr. 2004. Scaling health and health care: Re-presenting Thailand’s HIV/AIDS epidemic with world regional geography students in a U.S. college classroom. Journal of Geography in Higher Education,28, 2: 333-346.

Laris, Paul. 2004. Grounding environmental narratives: The impact of a century of fighting against fire in Mali. In African Environment and Development: Rhetoric, Programs, Realities, ed. William G. Mosely and B. Ikubolagheh Logan, pp. 63-86. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate.

Wechsler, Suzanne P.. 2003. Perceptions of digital elevation model uncertainty by DEM users. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Assocation15, 2: 57-64.

Del Casino, V.J., Jr.. 2004. (Re)placing health and health care: Mapping the competing discourses and practices of `traditional’ and `modern’ Thai medicine. Health and Place10, 1: 59-73.

Wolch, Jennifer and Lassiter, Unna. 2004. Attitudes toward animals among African American women in Los Angeles. International Urban Wildlife Conservation Conference Proceedings4: 255-263.

Kaufman, D.; Ager, T.A.; Anderson, N.J.; Anderson, P.M.; Andrews, J.T.; Bartlein, P.J; Brubaker, L.B.; Coats, L.L.; Cwynar, L.C.; Duvall, M.L.; Dyke, A.S.; Edwards, M.E.; Gajewski, K.; Geirsdóttir, A.; Hu, F.S.; Jennings, A.E.; Kaplan, M.R.; Kerwin, M.W.; Lozhkin, A.V.; MacDonald, G.M.; Miller, G.H.; Mock, C.J.; Oswald, W.W.; Otto-Bliesner, B.L.; Porinchu, D.F.; Rqhland, K.; Smol, J.P.; Steig, E.J.; and Wolfe, B.B. 2004. Holocene Thermal Maximum in the Western Arctic (O-180°W). Quaternary Science Reviews 23: 529-560.


Jocoy, Christine L.. 2003. Vying for hearts and minds: Emotional labour as management control. Labour and Industry: A Journal of the Social and Economic Relations of Work13, 3: 51-72.

Dennison, P.E.; Roberts, D.A.; Thorgusen, S.R.; Regelbrugge, J.C., Weise, D.; and Lee, C.. 2003. Modeling seasonal changes in live fuel moisture and equivalent water thickness using a cumulative water balance index. Remote Sensing of Environment88, 4 (30 December): 442-452.

Sidorov, Dmitrii (here aka Sidorof, Dimitrij) 2003. Raum für Religion? Die neue alte Rolle der Russisch Orthodoxen Kirche. Geographische Rundschau54, 12.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2003. Representation of the September 11th terrorist attacks in the online edition of the Los Angeles Times. In Beyond September 11th: An Account of Post-Disaster Research, ed. Jacquelyn L. Monday, pp. 521-558. University of Colorado Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center Special Publication 39 (a coöperative project of the Natural Hazards Research and Applications Information Center, Public Entity Risk Institute, and the Institute for Civil Infrastructure Systems). 110-111: 41-57.

Porinchu, David and MacDonald, Glen M. 2003. The use and application of freshwater midges in geographical research. Progress in Physical Geography27: 409-453.

Lassiter, Unna. 2003. Le contexte spatial de l’authenticité des animaux. Espaces et sociétés110-111: 41-57.

Porinchu, D.F.; MacDonald, G.M.; Bloom, A.M.; and Moser, K.A. 2003. Chironomid community development in the eastern Sierra Nevada, California, U.S.A. during the late glacial-early Holocene transition: Paleoclimatic implications. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology3166: 1-20.

Roberts, D.A.; Dennison, P.E.; Gardner, M.; Hetzel, Y.L.; Ustin,S.L.; and Lee, C. 2003. Evaluation of the potential of Hyperion for fire danger assessment by comparison to the Airborne Visible Infrared Imaging Spectrometer. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing41: 1297-1310.

Bloom, A.M.; Moser, K.A.; Porinchu, D.F., and MacDonald, G.M. 2003. Diatom-inference models for surface-water temperature and salinity developed from a 57-lake calibration set from the Sierra Nevada, California, USA, Journal of Paleolimnology29: 235-255.

Azary, Irisita and Michael J. Cohen. 2003. Confounding water policy: Voter representation and choice in Tucson, Arizona. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers65: 20-45.

Hanna, Stephen P. and Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr., eds. 2003. Mapping Tourism. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. Reviewed in Progress in Human Geography, Professional Geographer, Annals of Tourism Research, and Journal of Human Geography.

Hanna, Stephen P. and Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr.. 2003. Introduction: Tourism spaces, mapped representations, and the practices of identity. In Mapping Tourism, ed. S.P. Hanna and V.J. Del Casino, Jr., p. ix. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Del Casino, Vincent J., Jr. and S. Hanna. 2003. Mapping identities, reading maps: the politics of representation in Bangkok’s sex tourism industry. In Mapping Tourism, ed. Hanna, S.P. and V.J. Del Casino, Jr., p. . Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.



Lassiter, Unna. 2002. “This is none of that Jack Kerouac thing …an “: An essay review on narratives of poverty. Gender, Place and Culture9, 4: 417-420.

Lassiter, Unna and Jennifer R. Wolch. 2002. Sociocultural aspects of attitudes toward marine animals: A focus group analysis. The California Geographer 42: 1-24 (this is the lead article!).

Keirn, Tim and Del Casino, Vincent . 2002. Negotiating time and space: The necessity and challenge of early world historical geography. Proceedings of the International Conference for History, Seoul, Korea: 541-544.

Griffith, Marcie; Wolch, Jennifer; and Lassiter, Unna. 2002. Animal Practices and the Racialization of Filipinas in Los Angeles. Society and Animals10: 221-248.

Woods, James A. 2002. Ten maps in Imre Sutton’s “Cartographic Review of Indian Land Tenure and Territoriality: A Schematic Approach,” American Indian Culture & Research Journal26, 2.

Laris, Paul. 2002. Burning the seasonal mosaic: Preventative burning strategies in the wooded savanna of southern Mali. Human Ecology 30, 2: 155-186.

Del Casino, Vincent J. 2002. World Regions in Global Context: Study Guide.New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

Tyner, Judith A. 2002. Folk maps, cartoons, and map kitsch: The role of cartographic curiosities. Mercator’s World(March/April): 24-29.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2002. Patterns of media coverage of the terrorist attacks on the United States in September of 2001. Quick Response Report 146. Available at: http://www.colorado.EDU/hazards/qr/qr146/qr146.html.

Terence Young and Robert Riley, eds. 2002. The Landscapes of Theme Parks: Antecedents and Variations. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Library and Research Center Press.

Young, Terence. 2002. Grounding the myth: Theme park landscapes in an era of commerce and nationalism. In The Landscapes of Theme Parks: Antecedents and Variations, pp. 1-10. Terence Youngand Robert Riley, eds. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Library and Research Center Press.

Young, Terence. 2002. Virtue and irony in a U.S. National Park. In The Landscapes of Theme Parks: Antecedents and Variations, pp. 155-182. Terence Youngand Robert Riley, eds. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Library and Research Center Press.



Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2001. Orthodoxy and Difference: Essays on the Geography of Russian Orthodox Church(es) in the 20th Century (Princeton Theological Monograph Series46). San José, CA: Pickwick Publications.

Glenn, E.P.; Lee, C.T.; and Valdes-Casillas, C. 2001. Introduction: Colorado River Delta. Journal of Arid Environments49 (special issue): 1-4. This is the lead article.

Woods, James. 2001. Map, Number of executions in the United States, published in Jon R. Bond, R. A. Watson, and K. B. Smith, Promise and Performance of American Democracy,6 ed., p. 503. F. E. Peacock.

Tyner, Judith A. 2001. Whither cartography? Cartographic Perspectives38 (winter): 3-6. This is the lead article.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2001. The Internet and plutonium on board the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft. Risk: Health, Safety, and Environment12, 3/4 (Fall): 221-254.

Del Casino, Vincent. 2001. Decision making in an ethnographic context. Geographical Review (special double-issue, Doing Fieldwork) 91, 1/2 (January/April): 454-462.

Young, Terence. 2001. Moral order, language, and the failure of the 1930 Recreation Plan for Los Angeles County. Planning Perspectives 16, 4 (October): 333-356.

Del Casino, Vincent J. 2001. Enabling geographies? Non-governmental organizations and the empowerment of people living with HIV and AIDS. Disability Studies Quarterly 21, 4 (Fall): 19-29. Available at: http://www.cds.hawaii.edu/dsq/issues/2001/fall/html/04_geographies.htm.

Curtis, James R. 2000. Praças, place, and public life: Urban squares in Brazil. Geographical Review90, 4:: 475-492. This article was the lead piece in this issue. (and it came out in August 2001, though it belongs to the 2000 volume)

Young, Terence. 2001. Place matters. Annals of the Association of American Geographers91, 4: 668-669.

Young, Terence. 2001. Historical geography of the environment. In Geography in America at the Dawn of the 21st Century,C. Wilmott and G. Gaile, eds. New York: Oxford University Press (forthcoming, expected out in 2004).

Koletty, Stephen R. 2001. The Samoan Archipelago in urban America. In Geographical Identities of Ethnic North America: Race, Space, and Place, Kate Berry and Martha Henderson, eds. Reno: University of Nevada Press.

Del Casino, Vincent. 2001. Healthier geographies: Mediating the “gaps” between the needs of people living with HIV and AIDS and health care in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The Professional Geographer53, 3: 407-421.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2001. Impact of Internet media in risk debates: The controversies over the Cassini-Huygens mission and the Anaheim Hills, California, landslide. The Australian Journal of Emergency Management 16, 1: 53-61. It is available online here.

Young, Terence. 2001. Urban parks. In The Oxford Companion to United States History, p. 582. P. Boyer, ed. New York: Oxford University Press.

Rodrigue, Christine M. 2001. Construction of hazard perception and activism on the Internet: Amplifying trivial risks and obfuscating serious ones. Natural Hazards Research Working Paper 106 (University of Colorado, Boulder, Natural Hazards Research and Applications Center). This online publication is available at http://www.colorado.EDU/hazards/wp/wp106/wp106.html.

Tyner, Judith A. 2001. Following the thread: The origins and diffusion of embroidered map samplers. Mercator’s World(March-April): 36-41. This article reports on her research on the history of map samplers out.

Wolch, Jennifer; Griffith, Marcie; Lassiter, Unna; and Zhang, Jin. 2001. Attitudes toward marine wildlife among residents of Southern California’s urban coastal zone. Los Angeles: University of Southern California Sea Grant Program.

Weir, Daniel and Azary, Irisita. 2001. Quitovac Oasis: A sense of home place and the development of water resources. The Professional Geographer53, 1: 46-55.

Wolch, Jennifer; Lassiter, Unna; and Top, Tula. 2001. Tracking animal-oriented organizations in Southern California. International Urban Wildlife Conservation Conference Proceedings

James Woods. 2001. Membership analysis of the Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific. ESRI’s Map Book, Vol. 16. This is an atlas of maps he produced completely within Atlas GIS, which was selected by ESRI for inclusion in this year’s Map Book. This is the second time that Jim Woods has been honored by having his work showcased in the ESRI Map Book series (the last time was in Vol. 14 in 1999).


Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2000. National monumentalization and the politics of scale: The resurrections of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. Annals of the Association of American Geographers90: 548-572.

Woods, James. 2000. His map, “Number of Times the Land Has Burned,” has been reprinted in John O’Looney’s Beyond Maps: GIS and Decision Making in Local Government(ESRI Press): 161.

Lassiter, Unna.2000. Marine animal oriented organizations, cultural (USCG-TR-09-00). Los Angeles: University of Southern California Sea Grant Program.

Sidorov, Dmitrii. 2000. Playing chess with churches: Russian Orthodoxy as re(li)gion. Historical Geography28: 208-233.

Del Casino Jr., V. and S. Hanna. 2000. Representations and identities in tourism map spaces. Progress in Human Geography24, 1: 23-46.

Ludwig, Noel A. 2000. Swords into timeshares: A marine park alternative for the Spratly Islands. Ocean Yearbook15 (University of Chicago Press).

Wolch, Jennifer; Brownlow, Alexander C.; and Lassiter, Unna. 2000. Constructing the animal worlds of inner-city Los Angeles. In Animal Spaces, Beastly Places, ed. Chris Philo and Chris Wilbert, pp. 71-97. London: Routledge.

Del Casino Jr., V.; A. Grimes; S. Hanna; and J.P. Jones III. 2000. Methodological frameworks for the geography of organizations. Geoforum31: 523-538.

Young, Terence. 2000. Creating Community Greenspace: A Handbook for Developing Sustainable Open Spaces in Central Cities. Los Angeles: The California League of Conservation Voters — Education Fund.

Splansky, Joel 2000. Field Methods in Landscape Analysis, 3rd ed. Long Beach: 49er Copy Center (630 page textbook for Geography 486).

Splansky, Joel. 2000. Tanzania. Long Beach: 49er Copy Center (25 page original instructional manual for Geography 308i).

Splansky, Joel. 2000. Cratons and the early structuring of the African continent. Long Beach: 49er Copy Center (3 page original instructional manual for Geography 308i).

Woods, James. 2000. Executions by state since 1976. Death Penalty Information Center, http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/executionmap.html. James Woods’ map is updated each month.

Ulack, R. and Del Casino, V., Jr. 2000. Tourism. Chapter in Southeast Asia: Diversity and Development, ed. T. Leinbach and R. Ulack. New York: Prentice Hall.


Koletty, Stephen R. 1999. California circuits: Spatial constructions of an urban Samoan community. Out of Oceania: Diaspora, Community, and Identity: Proceedings of the Annual Pacific Island Studies Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i

Valencia, Mark J.; Van Dyke, John M.; and Ludwig, Noel. 1999. Sharing the Resources of the South China Sea. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Tyner, Judith. 1999. Millie the Mapper. Meridian (the journal of the Map and Geography Round Table of the American Library Association) 15 (February): 23-28. Dr. Tyner also served as the guest editor for this special theme issue on Women in Cartography.

Tyner, Judith. 1999. A world of their own, James Wilson and the first American globe. Mercator’s World4, 1 (January/February): 28-33.

Azary, Irisita. 1999. Application of the Rosgen stream classification system to Southern California wildland streams. American Water Resource Association Conference Proceedings: Wildland Hydrology(June/July).

Tyner, Judith. 1999. A new map of Texas, Oregon, and California with the regions adjoining. California 49, California Map Society Occasional Paper: 30. This was an invited commentary.