The Yearbook presents a diverse collection of articles this year, including the following scholarly works, plus book reviews, field notes and others.
- Presidential Address: Scale and Its Histories, by Chris Lukinbeal
- Ephemeral Conciliation: Community-Based Art and Redevelopment, by Brenda Kayzar
- “Our Bungalow Dreams”: Housing and Occupation in the United States West, 1920, by Kristine Hunt
- Listening to the Mojave Desert: A Magical Confusion, by Nicholas Bauch
- Climate Change, Industrial Solar, and the Globalized Local in Joshua Tree, California, by Jennifer M. Bernstein
- Environmental Flow Development: Geomorphic Considerations from the McKenzie River, Oregon, by Suzanne C. Walther
- Breaking Bonds: Cultural Adaptation and Health across Hispanic/Latino Neighborhoods in Los Angeles, by Regan Maas
- Hyrdo-politics and Hydro-economics: Comparing Upstream and Downstream Challenges for Vietnam and Ethiopia, by Dianne Meredith and Elena Givental
- Reflections on Bird Migration, Habitat Use, and Bird Song in the Pacific Coast Migration Corridor, by Joy J. Wolf
- Combinatorial Creativity and the Australian Letters of Amalie Dietrich, by Ray Sumner
- Neoliberal Agricultural Policies and Farmers’ Political Power in Japan, by Yoshitaka Miyake
Founded in 1935, the APCG has a rich history of promoting geographical education and research. Its Yearbook includes abstracts of papers from its annual meetings, a selection of full-length peer-reviewed articles, and book reviews.
Available for members of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers.