Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers, 78

From “Scale and Its Histories” by Chris Lukinbeal in this issue. Landscape with Saint Jerome, by Joachim Patinir.

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

Find the full text of the issue at Project MUSE.

About the Journal

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.