Browsing Geography and Geospatial Sciences Faculty Research and Publications by Title

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  • Harrington, Lisa M.B. (CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 2009-12-01)
    This chapter presents the changing conditions of a subregion and a specific place embedded within the larger region (space) of the Great Plains. From a general overview of the Great Plains, through a discussion of a ...
  • Harrington, Lisa M. Butler; Harrington, John A., Jr. (2005-01-01)
    As the accessibility of local groundwater reserves declines, the quality of Arkansas River water flowing into southwestern Kansas is becoming a major concern. The Arkansas is a regulated river with significant diversions ...
  • Leys, Bérangère; Higuera, Philip E; McLauchlan, Kendra K.; Dunnette, Paul V (2016-11-24)
    The frequency of large wildfires in western North America has been increasing in recent decades, yet the geochemical impacts of these events are poorly understood. The multidecadal timescales of both disturbance-regime ...
  • Blake, Kevin S. (1995-04-01)
    Novels by Zane Grey crystallized a set of symbols for the American West in the minds of his millions of readers. He infused the frontier myth with vivid imagery of a sublime and beautiful landscape inhabited by heroic ...
  • Blake, Kevin S. (2021-05)
    Zane Grey was fascinated with historic trails. Some of his most memorable books feature “trail” in the title, and his best-known epics, The U. P. Trail and Western Union, focus on historic trails. On March 20, 2021, I made ...
  • Blake, Kevin S. (2017-05-01)
    Zane Grey was obsessed with climbing Wild Horse Mesa in southern Utah from the mo-ment he first saw its imposing Straight Cliffs from the Glass Mountains in 1913. He described the sight on his first expedition to Rainbow ...
  • Blake, Kevin S. (2021-02)
    When the Zane Grey outfit signed into the Wetherill Trading Post register in Kayenta, Arizona on April 16, 1922, Zane Grey made an unusual notation at the top of the signatures, as seen below. In his distinctive ...
  • Stimers, Mitchel James (Pennsylvania Geographical Society, 2007-09-01)
    The introduction of non-native species has been one of the most damaging human impacts on specific ecosystems and the environment in general. Invasive species, such as the Zebra Mussel (Dreisenna polymorpha), are often ...

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