Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Vol. 81 (2019)

Figure 4 from Paul F. Starr's "Plus ça change: Vignettes of Landscape Change" this issue—A wonderfully enhanced postcard captures leaky flumes in winter along the Truckee River. Geographer Matt Fockler wrote a 2007 ground-breaking master’s thesis at the University of Nevada on distribution systems attached to the Truckee River of California and Nevada (an origin at Lake Tahoe that concludes at Pyramid Lake). Lurid colors aside, waters provide recreation for summer boaters and a drinking water supply for hundreds of thousands of residents in Reno-Sparks. (Collection of the author, n.d.)
Figure 4 from Paul F. Starr’s “Plus ça change: Vignettes of Landscape Change” this issue—A wonderfully enhanced postcard captures leaky flumes in winter along the Truckee River. Geographer Matt Fockler wrote a 2007 ground-breaking master’s thesis at the University of Nevada on distribution systems attached to the Truckee River of California and Nevada (an origin at Lake Tahoe that concludes at Pyramid Lake). Lurid colors aside, waters provide recreation for summer boaters and a drinking water supply for hundreds of thousands of residents in Reno-Sparks. (Collection of the author, n.d.)

This year’s Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers includes the following scholarly works:

ARTICLES

Plus ça change: Vignettes of Landscape Change
by Paul F. Starrs

Because Rivers Are Life
by Sean J. Pries

Encounters with Confluences
by Ray Sumner

The Drought Is Over—Now What?
by Martin McCarthy, Suzanne Dallman

Achieving Water Sustainability through Coordination among Stakeholders: Vertical and Horizontal Governance Interactions in Arizona’s Central Highlands
by Deborah O. Ayodele-Olajire, Bob Bolin

A Spatial Analysis of Officer-Involved Shootings in Los Angeles
by Debbie Ma, Steven Graves, Jonathan Alvarado

A Comparison of Water Indices and Binary Thresholding Techniques for Water Surface Delineation for St. Croix Watershed Area
by Sanchayeeta Adhikari

Station-Based Climate Model Evaluation Comparison for Joshua Tree National Park, California, and Tucson, Arizona, with New Surface Air Temperature Data
by Ryan Heintzman

The Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers
Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Vol. 81 (2019)