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Masters Theses, 1928-Present

  1. Hubert Anton BAUER Tides of the Puget Sound and Adjacent Island Waters [1928]
  2. Wallace Thomas BUCKLEY The Geography of Spokane [1930]
  3. Carl Herbert MAPES The History and Function of the Map in Relation to the Science of Geography [1931]
  4. William Bungay MERRIAM Geonomics of the Rogue River Valley [1933]
  5. James Allan TOWER The Oasis of Damascus [1933]
  6. Vera C. CASS [Sawyer] The Port of Stockton [1934]
  7. William Haskell PIERSON A Regional Study of Texas [1934]
  8. Leonard Clarence EKMAN The Geography of Occupance in the Skykomish Valley [1937]
  9. Harold Ellsworth TENNANT The Columbia Basin Project [1937]
  10. Margaret TAYLOR [Carlstairs] Intensification of Agriculture in Sub-tropical Japan [1939]
  11. Russel SHEE MCCLURE The Hudson Bay Wheat Road [1939]
  12. Burton W. ATKINSON The Historical Geography of the Snohomish River Valley [1940]
  13. Elmer ANDERSEN The Eden-Farson Reclamation Project of Wyoming [1940]
  14. Woodrow Rexford CLEVINGER The Southern Appalachian Highlanders in Western Washington [1940]
  15. Tim Kenneth KELLEY The Geography of the Wenatchee River Basin [1940]
  16. Gertrude Louise MCKEAN [Reith] Industrial Tacoma [1940]
  17. Chester Frederick COLE Land Utilization on Vashon Island [1941]
  18. Violet Elisabeth RYBERG Oasis Agriculture in Tacoma, Argentina [1942]
  19. Ernestine Annamae HAMBURG [Gavin] Geography of Pen Oreille County Washington [1943]
  20. Enid Lorine MILLER [Stevens] A Geographic Study of Jefferson and Clallam Counties Washington [1943]
  21. Marion E. MARTS Geography of the Snoqualmie River Valley [1944]
  22. William Ross PENCE The White River Valley of Washington [1946]
  23. Willert RHYNSBURGER A Critical Bibliography of African Topographic Maps [1946]
  24. Richard M. HIGHSMITH, Jr. Irrigation Agriculture in the Yakima Valley [1946]
  25. Herman Walter BURKLAND The Yokohama Waterfront: A Study in Port Morphology [1947]
  26. Michael Perry MCINTYRE Geography of the New Hebrides [1947]
  27. Elbert Ernest MILLER Geography of Grant County, Washington [1947]
  28. Frederick William BUERSTATTE The Geography of Whidbey Island [1947]
  29. Howard John CRITCHFIELD The Geography of Boundary County, Idaho [1947]
  30. Oliver Harry HEINTZELMAN The Urban Geography of Longview Washington [1948]
  31. Stanley Alan ARBINGAST The Industrial Geography of Duluth, Minnesota [1948]
  32. Douglas Broadmore CARTER The Sequim-Dungeness Lowland. A Natural Dairy Community [1948]
  33. Robert Nelson YOUNG Geography of the Okanogan Valley [1948]
  34. John Olney DART The Geography of the Roslyn-Cle Elum Coal Field [1948]
  35. Harold Ray IMUS Land Utilization in the Sumas Lake District, British Columbia [1948]
  36. Donald Otto BUSHMAN The Geography of Orcas Island [1949]
  37. Constance Demange CROSS The Geography of Clackamas County, Oregon [1949]
  38. Roger Edward ERVIN The Economy of Central Costa Rica [1949]
  39. Edward Clarence WHITLEY Agriculture Geography of the Kittitas Valley [1949]
  40. Brian Henry FARRELL The Study of an Evolving Habitat: Ahuriri Lagoon, New Zealand [1949]
  41. Keith Westherad THOMSON The Manawatu Lowland of New Zealand [1949]
  42. Will F. THOMPSON, Jr. Resources of the Western Aleutians [1950]
  43. Dale Elliot COURTNEY Bellingham: An Urban Analysis [1950]
  44. Donald William MEINIG Environment and Settlement in the Palouse, 1868-1910 [1950]
  45. Forrest Lester MCELHOE, Jr. Physical Modifications of Site Necessitated by the Urban Growth of Seattle [1950]
  46. Clarke Harding BROOKE, Jr. The Razor Clam Siliqua Patula of the Washington Coast and Its Place in the Local Economy [1950]
  47. Herbert Lee COMBS, Jr. The Historical Geography of Port Townsend, Washington [1950]
  48. Wilfred Gervais MYATT Urban Geography of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan [1950]
  49. Elaine May BJORKLUND Changing Occupance in Davis County, Utah [1951]
  50. Francis William ANDERSON The Urban Geography of Everett, Washington [1951]
  51. John Albert CROSBY The Problem of Relief Representation on Maps [1951]
  52. Theodore HERMAN The Manufacture of Aluminum Products in the State of Washington, as of June 30, 1950 [1951]
  53. Elizabeth SCHREIBER OXFORD Phoenix: An Oasis in the Great American Desert [1951]
  54. Anthony SAS The Coal Mining Industry in South Limburg, Netherlands [1951]
  55. Eva Kathleen DEKRAAY Geography of Routt County, Washington [1951]
  56. John Richard HOWARD Wichita – An Urban Analysis [1951]
  57. James Eugene BROOKS Wahkiakum County, Washington: A Case Study in the Geography of the Coast Range Portion of the Lower Columbia River Valley [1952]
  58. Hazel Loraine LAUGHLIN The La Connor Flats of Western Washington [1952]
  59. Gene Ellis MARTIN Population and Food Production in the Philippine Province of Antique [1952]
  60. Dave Victoria GRAVES A Geographical Study of Olympia, Washington [1952]
  61. William Reed HEAD A Quantitative and Qualitative Evaluation of the Areal Arrangement of Retail Business in Communities and Neighborhoods in Portland, Oregon [1952]
  62. Harold Earl BABCOCK The Historical Geography of Devils Lake, North Dakota [1952]
  63. Jack Allen HARRISON An Evaluation of Mackinder’s Heartland Theory in Light of Selected Pre-War Economic Developments in the Soviet Union [1952]
  64. Joseph LOTZKAR The Boundary Country of Southern British Columbia. A Study of Resources and Human Occupance [1952]
  65. Thomas Edward STEPHENS Temperatures in the State of Washington as Influenced by the Westward Spread of Polar Air Over the Rocky and Cascade Mountain Barriers [1952]
  66. Charles Dennis DURDEN The Road System of San Juan County [1953]
  67. Harold Glenn LUNTEY An Analysis of the Economic Benefits of Irrigation to Twin City Falls County, Idaho [1953]
  68. Francis E. SHAFER Tourist Flow to the San Juan Islands [1953]
  69. Neil Collard FIELD The Amu-Darya: Problems and Implications of Soviet Plans for Water Resource Development. An Application of Systematic Geographic Principles to Regional Research in the Soviet Field [1954]
  70. Burton Francis KELSO Flow Pattern Changes in the Canadian Petroleum Industry. A Case Study in the Impact of Increased Oil Production Upon Petroleum Transportation in Canada [1954]
  71. Raymond Success MATHIESON The Industrial Geography of Seattle, Washington [1954]
  72. Rodney STEINER An Investigation of Selected Phases of Sampling to Determine Quantities of Land and Land-Use Types [1954]
  73. Fred Patrick MILETICH The Historical and Economic Geography of Port Angeles, Washington [1954]
  74. William Angus ERWIN, Jr. Medford as an Urban Economic Unit [1954]
  75. Willis Robertson HEATH Limitations on Settlement in a Baja California Village – San Jose de Comodu [1955]
  76. Howard K. ALBANO An Analysis of the Crop Production Potential of the Mongolian People’s Republic [1956]
  77. Ralph Edward BLACK Maps and Mapping Agencies in Washington State – A Selective and Analytical Bibliography [1956]
  78. Howard Edward VOGEL Maps and Maping Agencies in Washington State – A Selective and Analytical Bibliography [1956]
  79. William Robert Derrick SEWELL The Conflict of Fish and Power: A Problem in the Water Resource Development of the Pacific Northwest [1956]
  80. Duane Francis MARBLE The Spatial Structure of the Farm Business [1956]
  81. William Richard SIDDALL I. Seattle and the Hierarchy of Central Places in Alaska; II. Wholesale-Retail Trade Ratios as Indices of Urban Centrality; III. A Historical Study of the Yukon Waterway in the Development of Interior Alaska [1956]
  82. Brian Joe Lobley BERRY Geographic Aspects of the Size and Arrangement of Urban Centers: An Examination of Central Place Theory with an Empirical Test of Hypothesis of Classes of Central Places [1956]
  83. Rajanikant Nilkanthrao JOSHI The Cotton Textile Industry of Bombay City. A Locational Analysis [1956]
  84. Chen WANG I. The Role of Irrigation Ponds in the Agricultural Development of the Taoyuan Tableland, Taiwan; II. Irrigated Agriculture in Imperial Valley, California; III. Ch’ientao: An Irrigation Region of Northwestern China [1956]
  85. Robert Martin BONE The Development and Significance of Tea Cultivation in the Soviet Union [1957]
  86. Carlos B. HAGEN The Azimuthal Equidistant Projection [1957]
  87. Richard Leland MORRILL An Experimental Study of Trade in Wheat and Flour in the Flour Milling Industry [1957]
  88. John David NYSTUEN Locational Theory and the Movement of Fresh Produce to Urban Centers [1957]
  89. Richard Ellis PRESTON I. Wenatchee, Washington: A Study in Community-Industry Relations.
    II. Java: A Study in Population and Settlement Geography [1957]
  90. Waldo Rudolph TOBLER An Empirical Evaluation of Some Aspects of Hypsometric Colors [1957]
  91. William Frank KOHLER An Investigation of the Feasibility of Making a Preliminary Classification of Soils from Aerial Photos and An Exploratory Field Investigation of the Soils, Vegetation and Terrain of the Copper River Martin-Bering Glacier Lowland of Alaska [1957]
  92. Ruth Ellen Marken KROMANN Rural Settlements: Form and Function, with Southern Jutland, Denmark as an Example [1957]
  93. Nancy Houts NEWTON The Evolution of Manufacturing in the Central Industrial Region of the U.S.S.R. [1957]
  94. Arthur Jacob DIENO The Geography of the Southern Okanogan Valley of ritish Columbia [1957]
  95. Michael Francis DACEY The Minimum Expectation Method for Computation of the Service Component of the Urban Economic Base [1958]
  96. Roger E. PEDERSON The Procurement of Fruits. An Empirical Evaluation of the Factors of Fruit Procurement [1958]
  97. John Francis KOLARS The Development and Use of Coal in Relation to the Turkish Energy Base [1958]
  98. Ernest LUCERO Suggested Examination of Acculturation Aspects of Milpa Agriculture as Related to Resistance to Change [1958]
  99. Jeremy Herrick ANDERSON The Agricultural Development of Yakutia [1959]
  100. John Graham RICE Ideological Theory Underlying the Distribution of Industry in the U.S.S.R. [1959]
  101. Richard Louis EDWARDS A Survey of Cotton Production on the Irrigated Lands of Soviet Central Asia [1959]
  102. Julian Vincent MINGHI The Conflict of Salmon Fishing Policies in the North Pacific [1959]
  103. Charles Buckley PETERSON III The Evolution of the Politico-Territorial System of the Ukraine Since January 1917 [1960]
  104. Richard William KEPPEL Attitude Measurement as a Function of Map User Requirements Analysis [1960]
  105. John James SOUTHWORTH Alternative Routes for the Great Slave Railroad: Some Geographical Considerations [1960]
  106. Visvaldis SMITS Impact of Collectivization on Latvian Agriculture [1960]
  107. Eugene Thomas WEILER I. Cost Determinants of River Basin Development: The Columbia River Power System Case; II. An Illustration of the Use of the Basic-Service Ratio in Seattle, Washington [1961]
  108. William James SHAW II The Classification and Graphic Representation of Railroad Data [1961]
  109. George Kazuo SAITO An Investigation of Some Visual Problems of Cartographic Lettering [1962]
  110. Robert G. JENSEN Competition for Land in the Humid Subtropics of Soviet Georgia [1962]
  111. Ronald Everett SHOEMAKER Screen Gray Value Uses for Cartographic Representation [1962]
  112. Donald Wesley PATTEN The Air Traffic Patterns of the Seattle-Tacoma Hub [1962]
  113. Dexter Alden ARMSTRONG, Jr. Loss of Detail in Halftone Reproduction of Aerial Photographs: An Investigation [1962]
  114. George Harold HAGEVIK Locational Tendencies and Space Requirements of Retail Business in Suburban King County [1963]
  115. Richard Waldo WILKIE Cartography as an Effective Tool in the Study of Social Change [1963]
  116. John Edward George BOYMAN Alaska’s External Trade 1951-58: Some Characteristics and Developments [1963]
  117. Yun CHA Political-Geographical Appraisal of Divided Korea [1963]
  118. Michael Iwan ANDERSON Rangoon: A Study of Changing Functions of a Southeast Asian City [1963]
  119. Ladd JOHNSON. The Cowlitz River Development: History, Effects, and Implications [1963]
  120. Keith Way MUCKLESTON The Function of the Volga as Route of Transportation [1963]
  121. Robert Philip WRIGHT The Russian Empire and the U.S.S.R.: A Cartographic and Tabular Presentation of Population: 1897-1959 [1964]
  122. Harris Henry HAERTEL Irrigation, Mosquitoes, and Encephalitis: A Problem of Water Resource Development [1964]
  123. Paul Daniel MCDERMOTT A Preliminary Investigation of the Suitability of Aerial Photographs for Developing Visualization and Comprehension of Map Symbols in the First, Second, and Third Grades [1964]
  124. James Robert HENDERSON Depressed Areas and Location Theory Case Study: Cambridge, Ohio [1964]
  125. Frederick Joseph NAMMACHER The Nineteenth Century Basic Ferrous Metallurgical Industry of South Russia: A Geographical Appraisal [1964]
  126. Roger Lee THIEDE The Nineteenth Century Basic Ferrous Metallurgical Industry of South Russia: A Geographical Appraisal [1964]
  127. Marvin Alan STELLWAGEN Housing Expenditure Patterns in Seattle 1950-1960 [1964]
  128. Per Sur HENRIKSEN The Faroe lslands: A Political Geographic Case Study [1965]
  129. Kerry Josef PATAKI Shifting Population and Environment Among the Auyana: Some Considerations and Phenomena and Schema [1965]
  130. Khalida Nuzhat QURESHI [Nasir] The Political-Geographical Implications of “Pukhtoonistan” [1965]
  131. Evan DENNEY Economic Development, A Case Study of the Caroni River Region, Venezuela [1965]
  132. Frederick Abraham HIRSH Spatial Distribution of the Electronic Industry in the United States [1965]
  133. Richard Owen MERRITT Land Use Allocation for Military Purposes: The U.S. Marine Corps at Pickel Meadows, California [1965]
  134. Stephen Keith NEWSOM A Computer Program Which Constructs Interrupted Cylindric Map Projections [1965]
  135. Frank James QUINN National Involvement in a Small International River Valley: The Okanogan, British Columbia and Washington [1965]
  136. Huibert VERWEY The Problem in the Development of the Kulunda Steppe [1965]
  137. Kenji Kenneth OSHIRO Jiwari Seido in the Central and Southern Ryukyus [1965]
  138. Harry Holman MOORE Standardization of Geographic Names [1965]
  139. Philip Rust PRYDE A Locational Analysis of the Cotton Textile Industry of the U.S.S.R. [1965]
  140. Philip Patrick MICKLIN Electric Power Development in the Angaro-Yenisey Region of the U.S.S.R. [1966]
  141. Elisabeth Warriner PUTNAM An Analysis of the Spatial Variation in Selected Agricultural Practices in the Georgia Piedmont [1966]
  142. Jack Francis WILLIAMS China in Maps, 1890-1960. A Selective and Annotated Cartobibliography [1966]
  143. Allen Ralph SOMMARSTROM The Impact of Human Use on Recreational Quality: The Example of the Olympic National Park Backcountry User [1966]
  144. David Lloyd STALLINGS Automated Map Reference Retrieval [1966]
  145. Ernest Harold WOHLENBERG Some Spatial Aspects of the Wood Pulp Industry in the United States and Canada [1966]
  146. Alan Anthony DELUCIA SEMSID: An Automated System for Graphic Display of Series Map Status Information [1966]
  147. Daniel Benjamin Scott PRATHER The Cities of the Soviet Second Metallurgical Base: A Study of the Origin and Distribution [1967]
  148. Barbara Mary BRERETON [Haney] Viticulture and Viniculture in the U.S.S.R. [1967]
  149. Geoffrey John Dennis HEWINGS Persistence of Precipitation and No Precipitation Described by a Markov Chain Probability Model: Case Studies from Selected Stations in Washington State [1967]
  150. Everett Arvin WINGERT Tonal Enhancement and Isolation in Aerial Photographic Interpretation [1967]
  151. Donald Allen OLMSTEAD Trend-Surface Analysis of Geographical Data Surfaces [1968] [Sherman]
  152. Alice Bent THIEDE An Examination of the Map as a Conveyor of Propaganda [1967] [Sherman]
  153. Kenneth Joseph LANGRAN The Political and Administrative Control of Water Pollution in International River Basins [1968] [Cooley]
  154. Joshua David LEHMAN The Problem of Freeway Noise in Urban Areas [1968] [Ullman]
  155. Dennis Gene ASMUSSEN I. Railway Timber Flows in the Soviet Union; II. The Conservation Commission: An Alternative Beginning for the Creation of Effective Environmental Policy; III. Wild and Scenic Rivers: Private Rights and Public Goods [1969] [Jackson]
  156. Thomas Pierce BOUCHARD Politics and Environment: The Struggle for Wild and Scenic Rivers [1969] [Cooley]
  157. Lawrence E. GOSS Jr. The Rise and Fall of Downtown Tacoma: Its Causes and Consequences [1969] [Boyce]
  158. Charles Edwin GREER Chinghai Province: The Transformation of a Cultural Frontier [1969] [Chang]
  159. Dean R. LOUDER Non-Urban Stagnation in a Regional Setting: The Case of the Pacific Northwest [1969] [Morrill]
  160. Victor Lee MOTE Some Factors in Siberian Development: With Emphasis Upon the Western Siberian Butter Industry [1969] [Jackson]
  161. George Franklin SHERWIN Jr. Automobile Ownership Patterns: A Study of Variables Affecting Automobile Ownership in Seattle [1969] [Boyce]
  162. Richard Robert SLOMON The Hohsi Region Within the Han Frontier System : An Historical Geographic Approach [1969] [Chang]
  163. Dona Shirlene STROMBOM The Kirkland Business District: A Case Study of the Discrepancy Between Potential Trade Area and Retail Responses [1969] [Boyce]
  164. Daniel Perry BEARD Expansion of Outdoor Recreation Facilities: Two Case Studies Financed Under the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act in Washington State [1969] [Cooley]
  165. Philip Stephen KELLEY Control of the Ocean Floor: A Conflict Between Reality and Idealism [1969] [Sherman]
  166. Cristine Jenner CANNON Mapping Western North America and Puget Sound [1969] [Sherman]
  167. Robert James BARNES. The Structural-Functional Approach to Socio-Spatial Organization [1970] [Cooley]
  168. Edward Fisher BERGMAN Politics and the Geography of Transportation [1970] [Jackson]
  169. James Jefferson KYLE The Nisqually Delta Controversy [1970] [Cooley]
  170. Paul J. MCCRAW I. Determinism and Possibilism in the Case of China’s Economic Development; II. China’s Industrial Process and Reorientation in Foreign Trade [1970] [Chang]
  171. Barbara Ann WEIGHTMAN Commercial Fertilizer Manufacturing in Communist China: An Analysis of the Development Process and Growth Pattern of a Newly Emerged Industry [1970 ][Chang]
  172. Larry Martin SVART Field Burning in the Willamette Valley: A Case Study of Environmental Quality Control [1971] [Cooley]
  173. David A. MUNGER A Survey of the Western Red Cedar Shake Industry of the Pacific Northwest [1970] [Marts]
  174. John Robert BRADEN An Analysis of Models of Investments in Urban Outdoor Recreation Facilities [1971] [Beyers]
  175. Gerald Ray PETERSEN A Survey of the Growth and Nature of Medical Geography with Special Emphasis on Its Content, Methods and Relationships to the Health Sciences [1971] [Sherman]
  176. Eugene James TURNER The Functional Role of Animation in Cartography [1971] [Sherman]
  177. Randolph James SORENSEN Indian-American Land Tenure Conflict: A Case Study of the Shoshone- Bannock Fort Hall Indian Reservation, Fort Hall, Idaho [1971] [Jackson]
  178. Olen Paul MATTHEWS American Indian Cultural Change and Government Policy [1971] [Velikonja]
  179. Marilyn L. CAYFORD Transportation in Micronesia [1971] [Fleming]
  180. Werner Johann LINDEMAIER A Basic Study of an Endangered Natural Resource: The Ocean Shoreline of Washington State [1971] [Marts]
  181. Arnold Lee TESSMER Transport Development in Thailand; Strategic Requirements and Economic Growth [1971] [Ullman]
  182. Kenneth Allan POPP Gaming and the Evaluation of Population Forecasts. [1972] [Morrill]
  183. Saud H. RAAD Towards an Assessment of Environmental Impact of Urban Mass Transit and Political Integration in Lebanon [1972] [Jackson]
  184. David William BAYLOR Silver, Lead, and Zinc in the Economic Development of Shoshone County, Idaho [1972] [Thomas]
  185. Michael Lee TALBOTT Movements of Soviet Oil and Gas Since World War II [1972] [Jackson]
  186. Philip ANDRUS At Home in Tuwanasavi: The Perceived Integrity of the Hopi Environment [1972]
  187. Roger Earl DOBRATZ A Special Theory of General Systems in Geography [1972] [Ullman]
  188. Lawrence Laird NYLAND The Scandinavian Experiment: An Analysis of Various Aspects of Scandinavian Social Space Within the Confines of Western Europe [1972] [Fleming]
  189. Art CHIN The Economic Regionalization of Hainan Island South China (1950-1965) [1973] [Chang]
  190. Leon C. JOHNSON Black Migration, Spatial Organization and Perception in Philadelphia’s Urban Environment, 1638-1930 [1973] [Boyce]
  191. Fedva DIKMEN Patterns of Turkish Migration [1972] [Morrill]
  192. Diane Lynn MANNINEN The Role of Compactness in the Process of Redistricting [1973] [Morrill]
  193. Charles Everett OGROSKY New Approaches to the Preparation and Reproduction of Tactual and Enhanced Image Graphics for the Visually Handicapped [1973] [Sherman]
  194. Gerald Ray JEWETT Changing Social Objectives and the Columbia Basin Project: Past, Present, Future [1973] [Marts]
  195. James Robert BUCKNELL The Impact of Avalanches in Three Selected Areas of the Cascades: A Study of Avalanches as Natural Hazards [1974] [Marts]
  196. William Redford ALVES Three Papers on the Spatial Dynamics of Development: I. Critique of an Urban System Diffusion Model: Hudson’s (1969) Diffusion in a Central Place System.
    II. Decentralization of Manufacturing Location Theory of the Firm
    III. The Commuting Field and Its Spread Effects: Seattle, 1960-1970 [1974] [Beyers]
  197. John Philip KING The Global Pattern of Wide-Body Jet Routes: A Study of Network Determination [1974] [Fleming]
  198. Moses Pui-Chuen LAI Coal Industry in Mainland China: An Analysis of Its Changing Pattern of Growth and Distribution [1974] [Chang]
  199. Kathleen Elizabeth O’BRIEN [Braden] The Petroleum Resource of West Siberia [1974] [Jackson]
  200. James Albert BUSS Grouping, Regionalizing, Classifying: An Introduction [1974] [Morrill]
  201. John Timothy GRIFFIN Uncertainty and the Strategy of Flexibility in the Space-Economy [1975] [Beyers]
  202. George Herbert HARMEYER Rhine River Basin Water Pollution Problem [1975] [Fleming]
  203. Robert Graham MITTELSTADT Landscape Realization in the Cinema: The Geography of the Western Film [1976] [Fleming]
  204. Jerome R. BROTHERS The Subway Network in the Evolution of the Tokyo Mass Transit System [1976] [Velikonja]
  205. Kathryn Lynn ERICKSON Land Settlement in Tropical Africa for Population Pressure and Agricultural Development [1976] [Velikonja]
  206. Thomas Randall REVIS Geographic-Economic Problems and Development of a Soviet Population Policy [1976] [Jackson]
  207. Lawrence Alvin WOODWARD International Influence Fields: A Study in Political Geography [1976] [Jackson]
  208. Hazel Lynn SINGER [Griffith] The Spatial Distribution of Federal Funds for Research and Development [1976] [Thomas]
  209. Joseph P. CHURCHILL Skid Row in Transition [1976] [Boyce]
  210. Diana DENHAM Gypsies in Social Space [1976] [Velikonja]
  211. Jean CULJAK SHAFFER An Evaluation of Fare-Free Transit in Downtown Seattle [1976] [Boyce]
  212. Lawrence Leonard MANSBACH An Investigation of Locational Behavior as Viewed Through the Processes of Firm Growth [1976] [Krumme]
  213. David Alan FANSLER Downtown Retailing: A Quarter-Century of Decline [1977] [Hodge]
  214. Sallie Ann MILLER [MacGregor] Nonmetropolitan Growth as an Expression of Residential Preference [1977] [Morrill]
  215. George D. COOK The Presentation of Two Algorithms for the Construction of Value-By-Area Cartograms [1977] [Youngman]
  216. David Paul BEDDOE An Alternative Cartographic Method to Portray Origin-Destination Data [1978] [Sherman]
  217. John Henry BANNICK Jr. Unbalanced Product Specialization and the Location of Branch Plants [1978] [Morrill]
  218. Donna Lee KLEMKA Pacific Northwest Electrical Energy Planning. Problems of Institutional Redesign [1978] [Marts]
  219. Michael Kay MELTON A Study of the Visual Perception of Analytical Hill-Shading Technique [1978] [Youngman]
  220. Paula Noel TWELKER Ethnic Communities in Western Settlement [1978] [Velikonja]
  221. Masami HASEGAWA Depopulation: Recent Trends in Rural-Urban Migration in Japan [1978] [Kakiuchi]
  222. Valerie Jeanette LEACH [HODGE] Upfiltering and Neighborhood Change in the Madrona Area of Seattle, Washington [1978] [Hodge]
  223. Lawrence John KIMMEL Siberian Development and Its Implications for the U.S.S.R. [1978] [Jackson]
  224. Wendy Terra PRODAN Wilderness Review Procedures: Evaluating Alaska’s Wildlands [1979] [ZumBrunnen]
  225. Philip George HIRTES Orienteering and Orienteering-Mapping: Implications for Geography and Cartography [1979] [Sherman]
  226. Francis Eugene SHERIDAN The Gentrification of the Capitol Hill Community of Seattle in the 1970’s [1979] [Morrill]
  227. Lynn Phyllis WEINER [Anderson]. A Spatial Analysis of Regional Economic Change in the United States Between 1967 and 1975 [1979] [Beyers]
  228. Tamer KIRAC Formulating Regional Input-Output Models. A Case Study of Turkey [1979] [Beyers]
  229. Chris Edward LAWSON Hardrock Mineral Development Policy for National Forest Land [1979] [Beyers]
  230. Bridget TRUPIANO [Diekema] Spatial Variation in Soviet Living Standard: 1959-1975 [1979] [ZumBrunnen]
  231. Jody Hamaka Matsubu YAMANAKA The Geography of the U.S. Air Cargo Industry [1979] [Fleming]
  232. Nangisai Nason Kudzirozwa GWARADA Historical Development and Future Aspects of Agriculture in Zimbabwe [1979] [Hodge]
  233. Elizabeth Carol HOLLENBECK Open Space at the Urban Periphery [1979] [Mayer]
  234. Della Geneva O’CONNOR Port Development in the People’s Republic of China: A Geographical Perspective [1979] [Chang]
  235. Craig Smith CALHOON Population Redistribution and Regional Economic Structure in the System of U.S. Metropolitan Regions, 1965-1975 [1980] [Beyers]
  236. Kent Hughes BUTTS Alberta’s Energy Resources: Their Impact on Canada [1980] [Jackson]
  237. James William HARRINGTON Tan-Zam: Economic, Technological, and Political Perspectives on a New Transport Route [1980] [Thomas]
  238. Peter Haynes MESERVE Convergence: The Unsummoned Response [1980] [Jackson]
  239. Claudia Ann SWEENY The Effects of Equity Policies on Agricultural Mechanization in the People’s Republic of China [1980] [Chang]
  240. Paul WOZNIAK Zoning in Urban Expansion and Its Urban Form Implications [1980] [Hodge]
  241. Christopher L. DOUM Maps for Promotional Purposes: The Map in Travel [1980] [Sherman]
  242. Holly Jeanne MYERS-JONES A Geographical Analysis of Political Opposition to Busing in Seattle [1980] [Morrill]
  243. Howard John TIERSCH Network and Schedules: A Look at Airline Strategies. [1980] [Mayer]
  244. Sheila Jo MOSS Stress, Change and A Sense of Place: Some Thoughts on Providing Care for Cancer Patients [1980] [Mayer]
  245. Jacob Henry SCHNUR The Geographic Implications of Federally Established Fair Market Rents: Case of Seattle, Washington [1980] [Hodge]
  246. James Scott MACCREADY Technological Processes and Geographical Dimensions of the Product Life Cycle [1981] [Thomas]
  247. Michael Robert SCUDERI An Examination of the Spatial Behavior of Wilderness Uses, With Special Reference to Campsite Selection – A Case Study in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks [1981] [Beyers]
  248. Mary Elizabeth MONSCHEIN Color in Cartography and Landsat Image Comparison for Land Use Change Detection: A Feasibility Study [1981] [Youngman]
  249. Mary Ann CIUFFINI The Discriminability of Textures as Area Symbols on Tactual Maps and Graphics for the Visually Handicapped [1981] [Sherman]
  250. Laura Lee MCCANDLESS Two Studies in Cartography: A Review of Color Perception Research and the Design of Maps in Travel Advertising [1981] [Sherman]
  251. Terry Lynn STORMS The Crossed-Slit Anamorphoser: An Analysis of Its Characteristics and Utility in Cartography [1981] Sherman]
  252. John Michael MACGREGOR Spatial Equity of Mass Transit Service: The Seattle METRO [1981] [Hodge]
  253. John Brady RICHARDS Technology Transfer from Japan to the Transportation Sector of the Soviet Far East, 1970-1980 [1981] [Jackson]
  254. Richard Terry CAMPBELL Industrial Growth and Regional Development in Japan: The Case of the Electric Power Industry [1981] [Kakiuchi]
  255. David WOO Maps as Expression: A Study of Traditional Chinese Cartographic Style [1981] [Sherman]
  256. Patrick Henry BUCKLEY A Study of Migration in India: Regionalization of India Based Upon 1961, 1971 Migration Streams [1982] [ZumBrunnen]
  257. Michael William CORR The Lake Biwa Watershed: Problems of Agricultural and Industrial Pollution [1981] [Morrill]
  258. Larry Allen DIEKEMA Spatial Variations of Defense Contract Awards by DOD Contractors [1981] [Beyers]
  259. Marjorie Beth PALMER Residential Woodfuel Use in Western Washington, Estimated 1980 Consumption and Year 2000 Forecast [1981] [Beyers]
  260. Richard Arthur SNYDER Regional Variations in Air Passenger Variations [1981] [Mayer]
  261. Matthew Okpani ALU Cartography as an Essential Tool in Regional Planning and Development [1982] [Fleming]
  262. John Arthur BOWER Jr. The Pacific Northwest Power Supply System: the Present and Future Operation of a Power Pool [1982] [Beyers]
  263. Lori Etta COHN Residential Patterns of the Jewish Community of the Seattle Area, 1910-1980 [1982] [Mayer]
  264. Marilee G. MARTIN The Geographical Distribution of Federal Civilian Employment, 1967-1978 [1982] [Beyers]
  265. Charles Robert ROSS, Jr. Agricultural Land Conversion: A National Perspective and a Local Level Multiple Objective Planning Application [1982] [ZumBrunnen]]
  266. Janet E. FULLERTON Transit and Settlement in Seattle, 1871-1941 [1982] [Velikonja]
  267. Elizabeth KOHLENBERG Geography and the Demand for Mental Health Services [1982] [Mayer]
  268. Karen Louise MCFAUL Municipal Annexation: A Study of the Urban Political Geography of King County, Washington, 1970-1980 [1982] [Hodge]
  269. Gene Edward PATTERSON The Effects of Oil-Field Pollution on Residents in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, Area [1982] [ZumBrunnen]
  270. Judith PEFFERMAN The Evolution of Land Transportation in Pre-Modern Japan [1982] [Kakiuchi]
  271. Stanley Winfield TOOPS The Political Integration of Yunnan [1983] [Chang]
  272. Dean Lee HANSEN The Newly Industrialized Countries. Industrialization Strategies and Geographical Trade Dependence [1983] [Fleming]
  273. Anjan BANERJEE Structural Comparison of Three Regional Economies: A Case Study of Georgia, West Virginia and Washington [1983] [Beyers]
  274. Garret Harold ROMAINE Analysis of the Creation of the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument [1983] [Beyers]
  275. Ahmed Eid AL-HARBI Maps and Mapping Activities in Saudi Arabia; Annotation and Cartobibliography [1983] [Sherman]
  276. Mirko BOLANOVICH I. Role of the Enterprise Zone in the Formation of Growth Poles in the Inner City. II. The Relationship of Race as an Identifiable Submarket to Housing Demand [1983] [Hodge]
  277. Richard Taber HAND On the Value of Estuaries as Public Goods [1983] [Beyers]
  278. Jay Richard LUND Living Aboard as an Element of an Urban Landscape [1983] [Mayer]
  279. Suzette Lorraine CONNOLLY Geography of the Northwest Wine Industry: Development and Outlook [1983] [Beyers]
  280. Lydia M. HAGEN Landscape Perceptions and Changes. A Case Study: The Journal of Susanna Moodie by Margaret Atwood [1984] [Jackson]
  281. Elizabeth Starnes SELKE The Geographical and Seasonal Characteristics of Suicide in Washington State, 1973-1977 [1984] [Mayer]
  282. John Stewart SNOW A Microcomputer Based Stereophotogrammetry System [1984] [Sherman]
  283. Mary Ellen BURG Habitat Change in the Nisqually River Delta and Estuary Since the Mid-1800’s [1984] [ZumBrunnen]
  284. Michael Gerhard PARKS Intra-Metropolitan Residential Mobility: A Simulation Approach [1984] [Hodge]
  285. Andrew Campbell DANA An Evaluation of the Yellowstone River Compact: A Solution to Interstate Water Conflict [1984] [Marts]
  286. Peter N. V. SAMPLE CHROMA: An Interactive Choropletic Mapping Package for Analysis in Geography [1984] [Hodge]
  287. Glenn Eric SIEFERMAN The Location of Veterinary Services in the United States; and: Health and Development [1985] [Mayer]
  288. Frederick Ross TILGHAM The Prospect for High-Speed Passenger Trains in the United States [1985] [Fleming]
  289. Becky Johnston REININGER POLYMAP: A Microcomputer Based Geographic Information Display System [1985] [ZumBrunnen]
  290. Jon A. BOYCE. Tsunami Hazard Mitigation: The Alaskan Experience Since 1964 [1985] [Marts]
  291. Peter Reppert GALVIN The Private Plot in Transition. Recent Development in Soviet Private Agriculture [1985] [Jackson]
  292. Frank William LEONARD A Study in Creating Multi-Level Tactile Maps and Graphics for the Blind Using Liquid Photopolymer [1985] [Sherman]
  293. Thomas M. PERRY A Cognitive Approach to Instructional Techniques and Color Selection in Mapping [1985] [Sherman]
  294. Jana Claire HOLLINGSWORTH Maps for the Fun of It: Tourist Maps and Map Use by Recreational Travelers [1986] [Sherman]
  295. Nancy Lee HUTCHEON Automation in Municipal Planning Agencies: A Case Study [1986] [Hodge]
  296. Jonathan Kent VAN WYK Spatial Variation in the Heavy Truck Market: A Study in Marketing Geography [1985] Krumme]
  297. Ric VRANA. Electronic Atlases: Expanding the Potential for Graphic Communication [1985] [Hodge]
  298. Victoria B. ADAMS The Effects of Recreational Development on Rural Landscapes and Communities [1986]
  299. Susan C. DANVER The Historical Geography of Misty Fiords National Monument and Wilderness and Its Relationship to the Economy of Ketchikan, Alaska [1986] [Marts]
  300. Marcy A. FARRELL Rural Alaskan Native Participation in Alaska’s Coastal Management Program [1986] [Sherman]
  301. Marjorie Beth RISMAN An Examination of Peak-Season, Single-Family Residential Water Consumption in Seattle, Washington [1986] [ZumBrunnen]
  302. Elizabeth Leverett TAYLOR Causation and Extent of Indian Tribal Influence on Environmental Protection in Washington State [1986] [Marts]
  303. Edward J. DELANEY A Geographic Perspective on Invention [1986] [Morrill]
  304. R. Gordon KENNEDY A Search for Definitions of Cartographic Accuracy [1986] [Sherman]
  305. John J. GRUBER Potential for Automobile Energy Conservation in the United States: A Simulation Approach [1986] [ZumBrunnen]
  306. Robert Matthew RUDERMAN The Role of Programming Languages and Cartographic Data Structure in Computer-Assisted Cartography [1987] [Hodge]
  307. Corrin M. CRAWFORD The Utility of Cartographic Devices in Market Research [1987] [Sherman]
  308. Kathleen A. EVANS Regional Administrative Centralization of Water Management Authority in the United States: Ideal or Impossibility? [1987]Morrill]
  309. Kenneth Riley HERRELL Natural Language Processing of Spatial References for Cadastral Cartography [1987] [Nyerges]
  310. Jacqueline KROLLOP KIRN The Skagit River – High Ross Dam Controversy: A Case Study of a Canadian-U.S. Transboundary Conflict and Negotiated Resolution [1987] [Marts]
  311. Douglas O. STRANDBERG Oil and Gas Transport System of the North Sea [1987] [Fleming]
  312. Gardner PERRY III Size as Related to Efficiency in United States Counties [1987] [Sherman]
  313. Joan TENG The Evolution of the Chinese Seaport System [1987] [Fleming]
  314. Eileen ARGENTINA Growth Management in King County: The King County Comprehensive Plan [1987] [Hodge]
  315. Brooke U. KENT Central City – Suburban Variation in Female and Male Earning in the United States [1988] [Hodge]
  316. Andrew C. ROSS A Spatial Analysis of the Residential Histories of Hodgkin’s Disease Cases [1988] [Mayer]
  317. Daniel EWERT Public Policy and Race Relations in Malaysia: Some Geographical Dimensions [1988] [Jackson]
  318. Theodore HULL The Filter-Down” Process of Nonmetropolitan Industrialization: A Case Study Approach [1988] [Krumme]
  319. Anne FAULKNER Development, Women’s Status, and the Nature of Work: The Incorporation and Marginalization of Women In the Ecuadorian Economy, 1974 to l982 [1988] [Lawson]
  320. Steven W. LARSON A Proposed Strategy for the Incremental Development of Geographic Information System Technology in King County, Washington [1988] [Chrisman]
  321. Kathyrn Y. MAURICH Private Land in Lake Chelan National Recreation Area: An Integrative Approach to Landscape Protection for Stehekin, Washington [1988] [Beyers]
  322. Carlyn E. ORIANS School Desegregation and Residential Segregation: The Seattle Metropolitan Experience [1988] [Morrill]
  323. Thomas J. NOLAN A Land Information System Network for the Puget Sound Region [1988] [Nyerges]
  324. Charles P. RADER A Functional Model of Color in Cartographic Design [1989] [Hodge]
  325. Nancy Kopsco RADER Determining Lateral Boundaries for River Conservation Areas: The Case of the Upper Delaware River [1989] [ZumBrunnen]
  326. D. Timothy LEINBACH Factors Affecting the Adoption of Transferred Technologies in Less Developed Countries: Some Theoretical Considerations [1989] [Thomas]
  327. Dan WANCURA A Transportation Cost Approach to Integrated Freight Transportation [1989] [Fleming]
  328. Thomas W. CHOW An Explanation of High-Tech Activities in Britain [1989] [Fleming]
  329. Amanda WHELAN Geographic Aspects of Obstetrical Care in Washington State [1989] [Mayer]
  330. Sophia EBERHART Assessing the Transfer of Technology to Developing Countries: Nigerian Palm Oil Industry Case Study [1989] [Thomas]
  331. Michael T. WOLD After the Boldt Decision: The Question of Inter-Tribal Allocation [1989] [ZumBrunnen]
  332. Terri Lynne CARL Residential Property Values In Seattle Neighborhoods [1990]
  333. Patricia Ortiz CHALITA Meditacion en el Umbral (Meditation on the Brink): The Woman-Headed Household in Urban Latin America as Possibility and Constraint [1990] [Lawson]
  334. Julianna SISSON FORMAN Is Money All That Matters? A Study of Recycling in Seattle [1990] [Morrill]
  335. George Walker HORNING Information Integration for Geographic Information Systems in a Local Government Context [1990] [Nyerges]
  336. Frank W. MATULICH Financial Transactions As Geographic information. [1990] [Nyerges]
  337. James Ethan BELL Ideology and the Built Environment: Evolving Socio-Spatial Structures in Tashkent [1990] [Jackson]
  338. William Samuel ALBERT The Use of Behavioral Data in a Geographical Information System for Transportation Planning [1990] [Nyerges]
  339. Kevin Patrick McCOLLISTER Two-paper option: 1. Disease Ecology and Human Landscape Alteration: The Case of Lyme Disease in the United States; 2. Ecological Scale and Conceptions of Disease Causation in Urban Areas: The Example of AIDS in the United States [1990] [Mayer]
  340. Robert A. ROOSE The Geographic Variables of Language Mobiliation: The Case of Belgium [1990] [Jackson]
  341. Curt NEWSOME Transboundary Marine Water Pollution in the Puget/Vancouver Basin [1990] [Jackson]
  342. Teresa Anna KENNEDY An Analysis of the Impact of Traffic Congestion on King County Employers and Possible Mitigation Measures [1990] [Hodge]
  343. Alice Marie QUAINTANCE People Without Places: The Response of Capitol Hill Churches to the Homeless [1991] [Hodge]
  344. Marcus Kalani LESTER Two paper option: 1. A Conceptual Model of Multidimensional Times for Geographic Information Systems; 2. A Comparison of Two Methods for Detecting Positional Error in Categorical Maps [1991] [Chrisman]
  345. Samuel Gary SHAW Infrastructure, Development and the Mexican Border: A New Synthesis [1991] [Lawson]
  346. Thomas EDWARDS Virtual Worlds Technology as an Interface To Geographical Information [1991] [Chrisman]
  347. Joseph EMMI Japanese Economic and Spatial Change In Theoretical Perspective: A Case Study in the Execution, Results and Implications of Neo-Schumperterian Development Policy [1991] [Thomas]
  348. Timothy OAKES The Spatial Constitution of Ethnicity and Tourism in Southwest China: An Appeal for a Theoretically Rejuventated Cultural Geography [1991] [Lawson]
  349. Trudy SUCHAN Useful Categories: A Cognitive Approach to Land Use Categorization Systems [1991] [Chrisman]
  350. Meredith FORDYCE Two-paper option: 1. Medical Geography: Its Practical and Philosophical Contexts; 2. The Utility of Small Area Analysis in Identifying Variations in Utilization of Hospital Services and the Implications of Those Variations [1991] [Mayer]
  351. Laurie L. ASMAR What Are We Doing? The Actions and Perceptions of Service Providers Assisting the Suburban Homeless [1991] [Hodge]
  352. Joseph C. SPARR Shaping Urban Growth: Urban Containment and Urban Concentration in Portland, Oregon [1991] [Hodge]
  353. Carrie S. ANDERSON A GIS Development Process: Preparing an Organization For The Introduction of GIS Technology [1991] [Nyerges]
  354. Alan N. FORSBERG The Cocaine Trade: Exploitation and Social Change Amongst the Bolivian Peasantry [1992] [Lawson]
  355. Nedra J. CHANDLER The Search for Community Vision: Between Collective Lying and Learning [1992] [Hodge]
  356. Rose MESEC A Gender and Space Analysis of Seattle’s Lesbian and Gay Communities [1992] [Hodge]
  357. Jon Hofheimer NACHMAN Sex, Race and Role in World Geography Textbooks: Representations of Africans South of the Sahara and Americans of the United States [1992] [Fleming]
  358. Keeley S. WELFORD The Construction of a Framework for Studying Home Based Work in Advanced Economies [1992] [Beyers]
  359. Charles K. DODD Siting Hazardous Facilities in the Soviet Union: The Case of the Nuclear Power Industry [1992] [ZumBrunnen]
  360. Delia C. ROSENBLATT Black Gold in Western Siberia: The Oil Industry and Regional Development [1992] [Jarosz]
  361. Cedar C. WELLS The Ranking of Puget Sound Watersheds for Nonpoint Pollution Control: A Policy Analysis [1992] [ZumBrunnen]
  362. Brian D. LUDERMAN A Geography of Financial Centers [1992] [Fleming]
  363. Michael MOHRMAN Primary Health Care In Seattle, 1950-1990 [1992] [Mayer]
  364. Katherine HARRIS Spatial Patterns of Helping Neighbor Networks for the Elderly: A Case Study [1992] [Mayer]
  365. Charles VAVRUS The Intersection of Class and Ethnicity: Land Tenure and Indian Community in Colonial Oaxaca, 1519-1821 [1992] [Lawson]
  366. Gabriel GALLARGO Urban-Spatial Behavior of Hispanic Immigrants [1992] [Hodge]
  367. Christine ROBERTS Asthma Mortality in Washington State, 1980-89 [1992] [Mayer]
  368. Rachel SILVEY Changing Migration Patterns of Women in Java: A Multiscale Analysis [1992] [Hodge]
  369. Irina GUSHIN Trihalomethanes in the California State Water Project: A Study of Their Geography, Chemistry and Public Policy Implications [1992] [ZumBrunnen]
  370. Mary NEUBERGER The Exodus To Oregon. The Emigration of Russo-Ukranian Pentecostals to the American West, 1988-93 [1993] [Velikonja]
  371. Ivan GATCHIK A Topological Data Model and Some Algorithms for Three Dimensional GIS [1993] [ZumBrunnen]
  372. David BARBER Understanding Jobs-Housing Balance: Implications On Affordable Housing Needs and Employment Accessibililty For the Urban Poor in King County, Washington [1993] [Hodge]
  373. Robert HOIBY Congestion Pricing: The Effects of the Toll Ring in Oslo, Norway [1993] [Hodge]
  374. Craig DALBY A Plan For the Implementation of GIS in the National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region [1993] [Chrisman]
  375. Dion MATHEWSON The Impacts of Economic Restructuing on Woman-Headed Households, 1980-1990: Connections Between Employment and Housing [1993] [Lawson]
  376. Nicole DEVINE The Metropolis In Transition: Gender, Urban Restructuring and Residential Communities [1993] [Hodge]
  377. Terrance L. ANTHONY Approaching Development: The Necessity Of Multiscalar Analysis [Beyers]
  378. Are BJORDAL Hydrologic Modeling With Smallworld GIS. An object-oriented approach [1994] [Chrisman]
  379. Peter Sterling HAYES Value Out, Value In: The Bone River and Wilapa Watersheds, 1854-1994 [1994] [Beyers]
  380. Rita ORDONEZ Land Use Conflict and Sacred Space: Blackfeet Indians and the Badger-2 Medicine [1994] [Jackson]
  381. Jonathan SMITH Cultural Change and Depopulation in the Americas [1994] [Mayer]
  382. Charles HENDRICKSEN (two paper option). 1) A Model of the Migration Process;
    2) Prescriptive Models in A Spatial Decision Support System: Intelligent Agents and Workflow Procedures [1994] [Nyerges]
  383. Deborah OHMANN Social and Economic Change in Rural Pacific Northwest Communities [1994] [Beyers]
  384. Frederick ROWLEY Urban Restructuring and the Spatial Redistribution of Men’s and Women’s Work Opportunities [1994] [Hodge]
  385. Joshua SKOV Retail Firm Behavior In Global Food Systems [1994] [Jarosz]
  386. Brigit R. BAUR Pronasol: Decentralization and Democratization of Development [1995] [Lawson]
  387. Renee F. GARBER (two-paper option). 1. A New Approach to Introductory Courses in Undergraduate Geography Education 2. The Israeli Health Care System and the Arab Minority [1995] [Mayer]
  388. Lena Lynn HERON Wandering the Wilderness Between Plan and Market: Contemporary Land Reform and Agricultural Restructuring in Russia [1995] [Jarosz]
  389. Stacy Lyn BIRK-RISHEIM Digital Data for the 1994 Central California Environmental Sensitivity Index [1995] [Nyerges]
  390. Aaron Patrick GILL(two-paper option)A GIS data dictionary to support the site selection decision process & map displays to support the site selection decision process [1995] [Nyerges]
  391. Jeffrey Brandt MILLER Concepts for Group Spatial Decision Support Systems for Political Campaigns [1995] [Nyerges]
  392. Sarah M. HILBERT Revitalization of identity and place: The Zapatista Rebellion and the challenge to Mexican nationalism [1995] [Lawson]
  393. Mary Katherine GOODWIN A locational analysis of abortion in Washington State [1996] [Mayer]
  394. Peter Alexander CLITHEROW An analysis of factors affecting recent household travel behavior in the Puget Sound region [1996] [Morrill]
  395. Richard Allen MOORE World Wide Web tools for collaborative development of a geographic information system database for the Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation (CRESP) [1996] [Nyerges]
  396. Lise Kirsten NELSON Neoliberalism as contested ideological terrain: State practices and peasant agencies in Michoacan, Mexico [1996] [Lawson]
  397. Peter Birger NELSON The what and why behind the “West at War.” An empirical and theoretical analysis of migration to nonmetropolitan areas in the Pacific Northwest [1996] [Beyers]
  398. Gregory Paul SEGAS The evolution of a hydraulic state: The case of Uzbekistan [1996] [ZumBrunnen]
  399. Douglas Grant MERCER Rural Women founders of business service firms: New questions about old spaces [1996] [Beyers]
  400. Robert Alfred NORHEIM Is there an answer to mapping old growth? Examination of two projects conducted with remote sensing and GIS [1996] [Chrisman]
  401. Terri L. SUZUKI Towards a more complete understanding of poverty: examination of life stages, gender, and race from a geographic perspective [1996] [Morrill]
  402. Monica Weiler VARSANYI Proposition 187: Xenophobia, the feminized immigrant, and public spaces of reproduction in a transnational era [1996] [Mitchell]
  403. Matthew James BARRY Multiple Perspectives in Multimedia Maps [1996] [Nyerges]
  404. Susan Elizabeth GRIGSBY GIS Applications in a Coho Salmon Habitat Study of the Stillaguamish Watershed [1996] [Nyerges]
  405. Martha Steinert COMPTON Data models and the worlds they create: A comparison of remotely sensed riparian zones and GIS delineated riparian reserves in Canyon Creek watershed [1997] [Chrisman]
  406. Lara Anne DETWEILER Alaskan surimi, the `Other, Other White Meat’: Globalization, migration, fish production, and modernity on the last frontier [1997] [Morrill]
  407. Caroline Archibald LANGE Intermarriage on the medieval frontier: Undermining and defining the Anglo-Scottish border and technology, sexuality, and frontiers: Historical and geographic perspectives on Western pornography [1997] [Mayer]
  408. Yuko MERA International labor migration trends in Asia. [1997] [Chan]
  409. Jessica Louise PETERS Casinoization of native American cultures: Destruction or creation of the “authentic” Indian? [1997] [Jarosz]
  410. Cheryl Lynn CRANE Therapeutic landscapes: A cast study of feminist health care [1998] [Jarosz]
  411. Brian David HAMMER Circular migration in poverty countries in China [1998] [Chan]
  412. Charles Rene TOVARES Is everybody going to San Antone? A metropolitan scale analysis of Chicano and Anglo migration to Texas [1998] [Hodge]
  413. Margaret Dickinson HAWLEY (two paper option) 1.Filipino World War Two Veterans and Social Theory: A Critique of Racial Formation in the US and Immigrant Acts (“Racial Formation in the US” and “Immigrant Acts” should both be italicized, since they are book titles);
    2.’Would you like rice with that?”: Globalization, Cultural Heirarchies and Filipina American Food Service Workers [1998] [Jarosz]
  414. Charles Malcolm O’DONNELL Initiative 676. An attempt to reduce firearm violence in the State of Washington [1998] [Mayer]
  415. Mary Katherine KAEHNY Citizen representation in growth management: An evaluation of Seattle’s neighborhood planning process [1999] [Hodge]
  416. Eugene W. MARTIN Conservation geographic information systems in Ecuador: An actor-network analysis [1999] [Chrisman]
  417. Samuel ADAMS GIS on the Rez: A Case Study of GIS Implementation On the Colville Indian Reservation, WA, USA [1999] [Nyerges]
  418. Chris DAVIS Urban Stream Habitat Restoration: Thinking At A Landscape Scale [1999] [Beyers]
  419. Desiree DESURRA Women’s Labor Resistance and Transnational Organizing: New Frameworks for Resistance and Theory [1999] [Lawson]
  420. Richard HEYMAN Geographical Thought, Ideology, and the University: The Humboldt Brothers and Daniel Coit Gilman [1999] [Jarosz]
  421. Joanna SURGEONER The North: Dissociation, Intimacy, and Beyond [1999] [Jarosz]
  422. Catherine VENINGA The Political Economy of New Urban Space: A Case Study of Northwest Landing [1999] [Mitchell]
  423. Lili Catherine HEIN The Location of Foreign Direct Investment In China [2000] [Chan]
  424. Xiaohong HOU Experimenting with Migration Flow Representation Using GIS Software Components [2000] [Chrisman]
  425. David A. JESCHKE A Carbon Cycle Model of Forestry in the Russian Far East [2000] [ZumBrunnen]
  426. Shawn Kenneth MCMULLIN Trade Area Assessment and Customer Prospecting: A Case Study Utilizing Geographic Information Technologies [2000] [Harrington]
  427. Brigg Bromley NOYES Human/Nature: Exploring Individual Interactions with American Wilderness [2000] [Jarosz]
  428. Daniel Alejandro REYES Between County and State Data: Nuances of Archaeological Database Consolidation for GIS Modeling [2000] [Chrisman]
  429. Carolina KATZ Remapping Rights and Responsibilities: A Legal Geography of the 1996 Welfare and Immigration Reforms [2000] [Sparke]
  430. Molly VOGT Data Tiles in a Checkerboard Forest: Challenges of Data Integration with GIS [2000] [Chrisman]
  431. Hilary Nagle MCQUIE Boomtown & busts: Unlayering Seattle’s “drugscapes” [2000] [Jarosz]
  432. Walter D. SVEKLA Representation in GIS-based simulation model integration: A case study of earthquake loss estimation and mitigation [2002] [Nyerges]
  433. Linda Bich-Kieu WASSON Exploring discursive constructions of contemporary Vietnam in the context of tourism and economic development [2001] [Lawson]
  434. Kristen Sedley SHUYLER Telling salmon stories: A narative analysis of Nooksack struggles for treaty fishing rights in Washington State [2001] [Jarosz]
  435. Colleen Moira DONOVAN Negotiating protest and practice: Development, rural livelihoods, and the Brazilian Landless Movement (MST) [2001] [Lawson]
  436. Maria E. FANNIN Birth as a spatial process: Themes of control, safety, family and natural in “homelike” birthing rooms [2002] [England]
  437. Maureen Helen HICKEY On “The Beach”. Travelers’ dreams, Hollywood magic, and development dilemmas in Southern Thailand [2002] [Lawson]
  438. Manija SAID Cultivating the forbidden flower: War, vulnerability, and the geopolitics of opium in Afghanistan [2002] [Jarosz]
  439. Marcia Rae ENGLAND Who’s afraid of the dark? Not Buffy! A feminist examination of the paradoxical representations of public and private space in Buffy the Vampire Slayer [2002] [Brown]
  440. Angela K. LEUNG The role of technology and knowledge in foreign direct investment and regional economic development: a case study of Shenzhen in China [2002] [Chan]
  441. Joseph A. MILLER Scales of Quality: a multilevel approach to coronary artery bypass grafting in New York state [2002] [Mayer]
  442. Dana MORAWITZ All bare permanently or all bare fleetingly? Tracking land cover conversions and forestry practices through time by comparing spectrally unmixed remote sensing data with forest practice act data: a case study on the urban forestry [2002] [Chrisman]
  443. Joseph  LLOBRERA Nutrition and the infant formula controversy: A case study of maternal dietary diversity and infant feeding practices in the Philippines [2002] [Jarosz]
  444. Joshua P. NEWELL Land use and land cover on an urbanizing fringe: policy drivers and implications for conservation and forests of Russia’s far east: Rising threats of corruption and consumption [2002] [ZumBrunnen]
  445. Nandini Narayani VALSAN Conceptualization and perpetuation of identity among middle class Indian women in Washington state [2002] [Withers]
  446. Christopher FOWLER Missing the boat: The role of transportation networks in shaping global economic relations [2003] [Ellis]
  447. Jonathan GLICK Neighborhood catch-22? Considering the place(s) of revitalization in the gentrification of Washington, D.C. [2003] [Withers]
  448. Andrew James WENZL Consumption side up: The importance of non-earnings income as a new economic base in rural Washington state [2003] [Beyers]
  449. Robert Ian DUNCAN Beneath Transition: Dialogic Landscapes of Modernisms and the St. Petersburg Subway [2004] [Brown]
  450. Chris CHAMBERLIN Nationalism and development in the Indonesian census [2004] [Ellis]
  451. Steven GARRETT (2 paper option) (1) Coming back to the foodshed: Geographic imagination, pedagogy and social action. (2) Short, thin or obese? Comparing growth indexes of children from high- and low-poverty areas [2004] [Jarosz]
  452. Caroline FARIA Gendering roles and responsibilities: Privileging prevention in the Ghanaian fight against HIV/AIDS [2004] [Jarosz]
  453. Joseph EGGER A political ecological analysis of the emergence of epidemic dengue/dengue hemorrhagic fever in Trinidad [2004] Mayer]
  454. Kevin RAMSEY Stakeholder involvement and complex decision making: A case study into the design and implementation of a GIS for supporting local water resource management [2004] [Nyerges]
  455. Antonia BENNETT (two paper option) (1) A review of new evidence for the aging and the dying processes. (2) Floating migrants in Guangdong: The invisible numbers behind China’s economic growth [2004] [Chan]
  456. Dominic CORVA Localization, Globalization and the World Social Forum: Towards a Process Geography of Counterhegemonic Mobilization [2004] [Sparke]
  457. Derik ANDREOLI Fuzzy Concepts and Fuzzy Borders: An interactions-based approach to defining the geography of industrial clusters [2004] [Beyers]
  458. Steve HYDE Discursive strategies of displacement: a revisionist History of the anti-Chinese movement in the Puget Sound region of North America, 1885-1886 [2004] [Beyers]
  459. Naheed Gina AAFTAAB Developing educated Afghan women: a critical case study [2004] [Jarosz]
  460. Anne WIBERG-ROZAKLIS The educational gaze: the public classroom and competing national discourses post-September 11th [2005] [Mitchell]
  461. Erin GAULDING Locating the gap between academic and school geographies: a study of truth in middle and high school social studies textbooks [2005] [Brown]
  462. Matthew W. WILSON Implications for a public participation geographic information science: analyzing trends in research and practice [2005] [Nyerges]
  463. Elise BOWDITCH The significance of geography in the transition to adulthood: the significance of geography for adult outcomes in intergenerational mobility [2005] [Withers]
  464. Ann BARTOS Through a pink lens: the geographical imaginations of “Code Pink” [2005] [Brown]
  465. Dawn COUCH From public works to the projects: a regulationist perspective on public housing [2005] [Ellis]
  466. Victoria BABBIT Embodying borders: trafficking, prostitution and the moral (re)ordering of Sweden [2005] [Herbert]
  467. Megan TONEY Media representations of women and credit card debt: a context analysis of two Seattle newspapers [2005] [England]
  468. Erica SIEBEN Patterns of racial partnering of mixed-race individuals [2005] [Ellis]
  469. Jeff MASSE. Pure is Elsewhere: Bottled Water and the Geography of Lack [2006] [Jarosz]
  470. Sarah IVES Contesting ‘National’ Space: Soap Operas in Post Apartheid South Africa [2006] [Jarosz]
  471. Serin HOUSTON Spatial Stories: The Racial Discourses of Mixed-Race Households in Tacoma, Washington [2006] [Ellis]
  472. Rowan ELLIS “Dravida Nadu for Dravidians”: Discourse on place and identity in early and mid-twentienth century Tamil Nadu [2006] [Mitchell]
  473. Cale BERKEY. Neoconservative Ideology and Geospatial Homeland Security at the City of Seattle [2006] [Nyerges]
  474. Doris OLIVERS. Neoliberal articulations: methodologies for the study of globalization and Counter-hegemonic dispersions: The World Social forum model [2006] [Sparke]
  475. David JENSEN. Homeless1@spl.org: taking the bus to the Internet [2007] [Beyers]
  476. (Charles) Todd FAUBION. HIV/AIDS Care in South Africa: Examining Treatment Possibilities and the Context of Regressive Social & Health Policies Post-Apartheid [2007] [Mayer]
  477. Michalis AVRAAM. Geographic foundations as an interdisciplinary framework [2007] [Nyerges]
  478. Rebecca BURNETT. Relocating the welfare mother: Neoliberal discourses on women in the culture of poverty [2007] [Lawson]
  479. Heather DAY. Competing visions for the hemisphere: the role of the Hemisphere Social Alliance in constructing alternatives to the FTAA [2007] [Lawson]
  480. Juan GALVIS. The state and the construction of territorial marginality: The case of the 1961 land reform in Colombia [2007] [Jarosz]
  481. David MOORE. Equity: Environmental justice and transportation decision-making processes [2007] [Withers]
  482. Tricia RUIZ. Exploring the links between school segregation and residential segregation: A geographical analysis of school districts and neighborhoods in the United States, 2000 [2007] [Withers]
  483. Charu VERMA. Spatial tactics and protest zones: The zoning of dissent since 9/11 [2007] [Herbert]
  484. Anneliese STEUBEN. Segregated pedagogies in an era of standardization: Stories of progressive teaching in the Seattle metropolitan area [2007] [Mitchell]
  485. Jesse AYERS. Valuing natural amenities in spatially variable contexts, an hedonic pricing study in King County, WA [2007] [Beyers]
  486. Elizabeth UNDERWOOD-BULTMANN. Enforcing behavior: Transgression and spatial politics of zoning [2008] [Herbert]
  487. Zhong WANG. On-line public participation: Formalization and implementation [2008] [Nyerges]
  488. Michelle BILODEAU. Place-Based Suicide: The ‘Scene’ and the Unseen Meanings of the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge [2008] [Mayer]
  489. Anna MCCALL-TAYLOR. Care, Gender, and Households’ Pursuit of Employer-Based Health Insurance [2009] [Withers]
  490. Jack NORTON. Rethinking First World Political Ecology: The Case of Mohawk Militancy [2009] [Jarosz]
  491. TIM STILES. The Social Construction of Geospatial Technology and Sustainability in the Private Sector [2009] [Elwood]
  492. MILISSA ORZOLEK. Understanding Recovery: Belonging and Responsibility in Post-Katrina New Orleans [2009] [Elwood]
  493. Patricia LOPEZ. An Historically Situated Case For Children’s Right To Health: The Birth of the Model Cities Clinic of Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic [2009] [Mitchell]
  494. Gary SIMONSON. Forgotten Stayers: The Impacts of Gentrification on Long-term Working-class Residents in Columbia City [2009] [Brown]
  495. Mike BABB. Filling in the Blanks: Missing Data in the US Census and the Race Question [2009]  [Ellis]
  496. Kathryn GILLESPIE. Killing with Kindness? Reconceptualizing Humane Slaughter [2010] [Jarosz & Lawson, co-chairs]
  497. Josef ECKERT. Tropes 2.0: Strategic Mobilizations of Geoweb Participation [2010] Herbert]
  498. Cindy GORN. “A Place Like This”: Producing Psychiatric Disablement In Adult Homes [2010] [Brown]
  499. Tiffany GROBELSKI. The Dynamics of Scale in EU Environmental Governance: A Case Study of Integrated Permitting in Poland [2010] [ZumBrunnen]
  500. Amy PIEDALUE. Solving Violence Through Development: India’s National Family Health Survey-3 and the Framing of Domestic Violence [2010] [England & Lawson, co-chairs]
  501. Margaret RAMIREZFood as an Engine: Race, Privilege and the Transformative Potential of Food Justice Work in Seattle [2011] [Lawson]
  502. Allison SCHULTZ. (Re)Placing ‘The Fattest Americans’: A Critical Geography of Obesity and Diabetes Among the Akimel O’otham [2011] [Jarosz]
  503. Theron STEVENSON . Balkan Ghosts in Heavenly Gardens: How Nature Parks and Tourism are Making a European Croatia [2011] [Sparke]
  504. Christopher LIZOTTE. The Children of Choice: Public Education Reform and the Evolution of Neoliberal Governance [2011] [Mitchell]
  505. Monica FARIAS. Embodying Economic “Crisis”: Argentina’s Middle Classes and the Cultural Politics of Difference [2011] [Lawson]
  506. Stefano BETTANI.’Queering’ Straightness: Heterosexual Experiences of Homonormative Spaces in Seattle [2012] [Brown and England]
  507. ElyseGORDON. Cultivating Good Workers: Youth Gardening, Non-Profits and Neoliberalization  [2012] [Elwood]
  508. Skye NASLUND. Portraits of Parasites: Geographic Imaginaries in the Production of Health Knowledge [2012] [Mayer]
  509. Natalie WHITE. Who is Transnational? Considering Ideologies of Return in Guatamalan Origin Communities  [2012] [Lawson]
  510. Jason YOUNG. Selecting a Conceptual Basemap: Critical GIS and Political Theory [2012] [Elwood]
  511. Lynda TURET. Building Transformative Place-Making: Lessons From Washington Hall [2013] [Mitchell]
  512. Yolanda VALENCIA. Leyes Crueles – Lugares Violentos: Mexican Women’s Testimonios Along the Migration Journey’ [2014] [Lawson]
  513. William MCKEITHEN.Governing Pet Love: ‘Crazy  Cat Ladies,’ Cultural Discourse, and the Spatial Logics of Inter-Species Intimacies [2014] [Brown]
  514. AnnieCRANE. Uncaring Systems and the Production of Trans* Subjectivities: Exploring Digital Spaces of Trans* Care [2014] [Brown]
  515. Lila GARCIA. The Revolution Might Be Tweeted: Digital Social Media, Contentious Politics and the Wendy Davis Filibuster [2014] [England]
  516. Kidan ARAYA. Examining Claims of Food Justice in the Oxfam International’s Agenda: A Case Study of the GROW Campaign  [2015] [Jarosz]
  517. Meredith KRUEGER. Care and Capitalist Crisis in Anglophone Digital landscapes: The Case of the Mompreneur [2015] [Lawson]
  518. KeyMACFARLANE. “Noisy Sphere”: Sonic Geographies in the Era of Globalization [2015] [Mitchell]
  519. Margaret WILSON.  Ebola Exceptionalism: On the Intersecting Political and Health Geographies of the 2014-2015 Epidemic [2015] [Sparke]
  520. Phillip NEEL. Logistics Cities: Poverty, Immigration and Employment in Seattle's Southern Suburbs [2016] [Bergmann]
  521. Lee FIORIO. Neighborhoods Neighboring Neighborhoods: Adjacency, Sprawl and Tract-level Racial Change in the U.S., 1990 to 2010 [2016] [Ellis]
  522. Robert ANDERSON. From Non-native "Weed" to Butterfly "Host": Knowledge, Place and Belonging in Ecological Restoration [2017] [Biermann]
  523. Olivia HOLLENHORST. A Rights Based Approach to Humanitarian Data Protection Policies [2017] [Mayer]
  524. Edgar Sandoval. "Being Undocumented and Gay, Just Like Death, Means Having to Navigate Two Worlds": Geographies of Disidentifications and UndocuQueer as World-Making [2017] [Ybarra]
  525. Rebecca STUBBS. Place, Policy, and Parity: Examining Spatial and Socioeconomic Contributions to Hospital Charge Markup and MapSuite: An R Package for Thematic Maps [2017] [Ellis]
  526. Rod PALMQUIST. Does the NGO Sector Undermine National Health Providers? How to Measure Migrations of Health Workers Between Public and NGO Care Providers on a Cross-Country Basis [2017] [Sparke]

NON-THESIS M.A. (Special Projects)

  1. Jonathan Ferns MOULTON Boundary & Arcedit. [1985]
  2. David Kenney BALTZ Micro CENMAP: A Microcomputer Mapping Program for Census Data. [1986]
  3. John Hall GRIFFITH III “SAGIS” User’s Guide. [1987]
  4. Jerome J. CORR Proportional Symbols Program. [1988]
  5. Philip Michael CONDIT Quality Report For Three Components of Seattle’s Geographic Base File. [1990]
  6. Ernest Moore The Evolution of a GIS: Case of Thurston County, Washington. [1991]

Doctoral Dissertations, 1930-Present

  1. Hubert Anton BAUER The Tide as an Environmental Factor in Geography. [1930]
  2. Albert Lloyd SEEMAN The Port of Seattle. A Study in Urban Geography. [1930]
  3. James Allen TOWER Land Utilization in Mason County, Washington. [1936]
  4. Carl Herbert MAPES A Map Interpretation of Population Growth and Distribution in the Puget Sound Region.[1943]
  5. Arch Clive GERLACH Precipitation of Western Washington. [1943]
  6. Willis Bungay MERRIAM Thew Rogue River Valley and Associated Highlands.[1945]
  7. Tim Kenneth KELLEY The Commercial Fishery of Washington. [1946]
  8. John Clinton SHERMAN The Precipitation of Eastern Washington. [1947]
  9. Lucile CARLSON Human Energy, Physical and Emotional, Under Varying Weather Conditions. [1948]
  10. John Henry THOMPSON Geography of the Truckee and Carson River. [1949]
  11. Edna Mae GUEFFREY Historical Geography of New Zealand (850 A.D. – 1840 A.D.) [1950]
  12. Richard Morgan HIGHSMITH, Jr. Agricultural Geography of the Eugene Area. [1950]
  13. Clark Irwin CROSS Geography of the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming [1951]
  14. Elbert Ernest MILLER Agricultural Geography of Cache Valley, Utah-Idaho [1951]
  15. Howard John CRITCHFIELD The Agricultural Geography of Southland, New Zealand [1952]
  16. Oliver Harry HEINTZELMAN; The Dairy Economy of Tillamok County, Oregon. [1952]
  17. Willert RHYNSBURGER The Puget Sound Drift Plain: Land Resources of Human Occupance. [1952]
  18. Albert William SMITH The Development of the Kauri-Gum Industry and Its Role in the Economy of Northland, N.Z. [1952]
  19. Manuel John LOEFFLER Phases in the Development of the Land-Water Resource in an Irrigated River Valley, Colorado. [1953]
  20. John Olney DART The Renton-Sumner Lowland of Western Washington. [1953]
  21. Donald William MEINIG The Walla Walla Country: 1805-1910. A Century of Man and the Land. [1953]
  22. Keith Westhead THOMSON The Dairy Industry of England and Wales Since the Establishment of the Milk Marketing Board. [1953]
  23. Theodore HERMAN An Analysis of China’s Export Handicraft Industries to 1930 [1954]
  24. William Rodney STEINER An Investigation of Selected Phases of Sampling to Determine Quantities of Land and Land-Use Types.[1954]
  25. Woodrow Rexford CLEVINGER The Western Washington Cascades: A Study of Migration and Mountain Settlement. [1955]
  26. Midori NISHI Changing Occupance of the Japanese in Los Angeles County, 1940-1950.[1955]
  27. Charles Dennis DURDEN Some Geographic Aspects of Motor Travel in Rural Areas – Empirical Tests of Certain Geographical Concepts of Location and Interaction.  [1955]
  28. Stanley Alan ARBINGASTA Geographic Study of the Pattern of Manufacturing in Texas.[1956]
  29. Robert Martin TAYLOR International Mail Flows: A Geographic Analysis Relating Volume of Mail to Certain Characteristics of Postal Countries. [1956]
  30. Neil Collard FIELD The Role of Irrigation in the South European U.S.S.R. in Soviet Agricultural Growth: An Appraisal of the Resource Base and Development Problem.& [1956]
  31. Burton Lawrence ANDERSON The Scandinavian and Dutch Rural Settlements in the Stillaguamish and Nooksack Valleys of Western Washington [1957]
  32. James Eugene BROOKS Settlement Problems Related to Farm Size in the Columbia Basin Project, Washington [1957]
  33. Douglas Broadmore CARTER The Relation of Irrigation Efficiency to the Potential Development of Irrigated Agriculture in the Pacific Northwest. [1957]
  34. Francis William ANDERSON Functional Interrelationship of Urban Centers[1958]
  35. Brian Joe Lobley BERRY Shopping Centers and the Geography of Urban Areas. A Theoretical and Empirical Study of the Spatial Structure of Intraurban Retail and Service Business. [1958]
  36. Clyde Eugene BROWNING The Structure of the Mexico City Central Business District: A Study in Comparative Urban Geography. [1958]
  37. Willis Robertson HEATH; Maps and Graphics for the Blind; Some Aspects of the Discriminability of Textural Surfaces for Use in Areal Differentiation. [1958]
  38. John Doneric CHAPMAN Land Classification in British Columbia. A Review and Appraisal of the Land Utilization Research and Survey Division. [1958]
  39. Dale Elliot COURTNEY Problems Associated with Predicting Land Use in Low Latitude Humid Regions: A Case Study of the San Sebastian-Rincon Area, Puerto Rico. [1959]
  40. John Albert CROSBY A Geographical Analysis of Seattle’s Wholesale Trade Territory. [1959]
  41. Duane Francis MARBLE Transport Inputs at Urban Residential Sites. A Study in the Transportation Geography of Urban Areas.  [1959]
  42. Richard Leland MORRILL A Normative Model of Trade Areas and Transportation: With Special Reference to Highways and Physicians’ Services.[1959]
  43. William Richard SIDDALL Idiographic and Nomothetic Geography: The Application of Some Ideas in the Philosophy of History and Science to Geographic Methodology. [1959]
  44. Fleming Stanley MOORE The Role of Floriculture in the Agriculture of Florida. [1959]
  45. John David NYSTUEN Geographical Analysis of Customer Movements and Retail Business Locations: (1) Theories; (2) Empirical Patterns in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; and (3) A Simulation Model of Movement [1959]
  46. William Wheeler BUNGE Jr. Theoretical Geography. [1960]
  47. Michael Francis DACEY Identification of Patterns on Maps with Special Reference to Data Reduction for Systems Analysis.  [1960]
  48. Robert Charles MAYFIELD An Analysis of Tertiary Activity and Consumer Movement: The Spatial Structure of Ludhiana and Jullundur Districts, Punjab, in Terms of Central Functions and the Range of a Central Good. [1961]
  49. Ronald R. BOYCE Comparative Central City Spatial Structure: Trends in the Location and Linkage of Selected Commercial Activities. [1961]
  50. Waldo Rudolph TOBLER; Map Transformations of Geographic Space.  [1961]
  51. Sen Dou CHANG The Chinese Hsien Capital: A Study in Historical Urban Geography.  [1961]
  52. Arthur GETIS A Theoretical and Empirical Inquiry into the Spatial Structure of Retail Activities.  [1961]
  53. Julian Vincent MINGHI Some Aspects of the Impact of an International Boundary on Spatial Patterns: An Analysis of the Pacific Coast Lowland Region of the Canada-United States Boundary.  [1962]
  54. Robert D. PICKER Industrial Development in Central Siberia and Northern Kazakhstan: A Study of a Third Metallurgical Base in the Soviet Union.  [1962]
  55. Astvaldur EYDAL Some Geographical Aspects of the Fisheries of Iceland.  [1963]
  56. Louis HAMILL A Preliminary Study of the Status and Use of the Forest Resources of Western Oregon in Relation to Some Objectives of Public Policy.  [1963]
  57. Robert Allen LEWIS Early Irrigation in West Turkestan.  [1964]
  58. Andrew Lee MARCH Landscape in the Thought of Su Shi (1036-1101).  [1964]
  59. Robert Granville JENSEN Soviet Agricultural Regionalization and Price Zonation.  [1964]
  60. Deane Richard LYCAN Defense-Space Research and Development Contraction Expenditures: Analysis and Some Implications of Their Areal Patterns.  [1964]
  61. William Marvin ROBERTS, Jr. Soviet Economic Regionalization in the Pre-Plan Period.  [1964]
  62. Jeremy Herrick ANDERSON The Soviet Corn Program: A Study in Crop Geography.  [1964]
  63. Anne BUTTIMER Some Contemporary Interpretations and Historical Precedents of Social Geography: With Particular Emphasis on the French Contributions to the Field.  [1964]
  64. William Robert Derrick SEWELL Economic and Institutional Aspects of Adjustment to Floods in the Lower Fraser Valley.  [1964]
  65. Robert William MCCOLL The Rise of Territorial Communism in China 1921-1934. The Geography Behind Politics.  [1964]
  66. John Lynden KIRBY A Geography of Han China (206 B.C. – A.D. 221) According to the Shi Chi, the Han Shu, and Related Texts.  [1964]
  67. Bob Randolph O’BRIEN The Yellowstone National Park Road System: Past, Present and Future.  [1965]
  68. Douglas Knowles FLEMING Coastal Steel Production in the European Coal and Steel Community 1953 to 1963.  [1965]
  69. Elmer A. KEEN Some Aspects of the Economic Geography of the Japanese Shipjack-Tuna Fishery.  [1965]
  70. Calvin Gus WILLBERG Problems in Establishing an Automated Mapping System.  [1965]
  71. Gunter KRUMME Theoretical and Empirical Analyses of Patterns of Industrial Change and Entrepreneurial Adjustments: The Munich Region.  [1966]
  72. Harold BRODSKY Location Rent and Journey-to-Work Patterns in Seattle.  [1966]
  73. Guy Perry Frederick STEED A Framework for the Study of Manufacturing Geography: With a Consideration of the Nature and Process of Manufacturing Changes in Northern Ireland 1950 to 1964.  [1966]
  74. John Brian PARR Regional Development and Public Policy: North-West England and the Post War Period.  [1967]
  75. William Bjorn BEYERS Technological Change and the Recent Growth of American Aluminum Reduction Industry.  [1967]
  76. Marvin Alan STELLWAGEN An Analysis of the Spatial Impact of Federal Revenue and Expenditures; 1950 to 1960.  [1967]

Past Dissertations & Theses

Theses

2014 Graduates

Changjie Chen: Parallelizing the Execution of ArcGIS Geoprocessing Tools to Improve the Performance of Computing and Processing Massive Geographic Datasets: A Heuristic Research on Big Data Processing in the Planning Field

Yingfei Huang: Impact of Accessibility to Rail Transit on Commercial Property Values: A Case Study of the Miami Metrorail

Yehan Xu: Adaptation Strategies for Sea Level Rise: Case Studies and Application to Coastal Town of Cedar Key, Florida

Jingru Zhang: A Parcel-Level Analysis of Coastal Hazard Impact on Manatee County’s Residential Lands: An Integrated Application of GIS, Hazus-MH and Land Use Plan

Scott Rothberg: Evaluating Community Design for the Conservation of Fire Dependent Ecosystems and Regional Processes

Kevin Szatmary: The Impact of Bicycle Facilities on Single Family Residential Property Values: Evidence from Alachua County, Florida

David Wasserman: Evaluating Carsharing Potential: Developing Transportation Options for the Future

Ruoying Xu: How the Built Environment Affects Elderly Travel Behavior: An Activity-Based Approach for Southeast Florida

Rong Zeng: Integrated Natural and Built Environment Strategies for Adapting to Sea Level Rise: Case Studies, Evaluation Framework, and Application to Coastal Small Towns in Florida

Leilei Duan: Exploring the Use of Three-Dimensional Urban Simulation to Model Form-Based Codes Regulations

Benjamin Lytle: The Anticipatory Effects of Commuter Rail on Economic Development in Orange County, Florida

Sean Reiss: Using the Landscape to Identify Tipping Points and Thresholds to Assess Vulnerability to Sea Level Rise for Informing Adaptation Planning in Levy County, Florida

2013 Graduates

Briana Ozor: Playing Games: Building Capacity for Coastal Adaptation through Role-Play

Amy Cavaretta: Examining the Viability of Transportation Development to Reduce Urban Poverty in the Developing World through Accessibility: The Case of Kibera – Nairobi, Kenya

Caitlin Cerame: Agriculture of the Middle: A Feasibility Assessment for A Local Food Distributor in North Central Florida

Angela Coullias: Barriers and Facilitators of Walkability: Analysis of Street Networks and Urban Design Characteristics Around Central Florida Elementary Schools

Taehoon Ha: Comparative CPTED Analysis of Residential Communities in Pangyo and Yatap Towns in South Korea

Ashley McGehee: A Case Study of Redevelopment Strategies: Creative Revitalization of the South 8th Street Corridor in Fernandina Beach, Florida

Elizabeth Nocheck: Connecting Site Safety, Design, and Management: Exploring and Applying CPTED Principles in Planning Policies and Practices for Green Township, Ohio

Brittaney Ross: The Role of Community Schools in Family Friendly Communities: Case Study of the Qutzkyallee Educational Mile in Berlin, Germany

Josette Severyn: Accessing Transit in the Tower Road Triangle: An Evaluation of the Built Environment and Bus Stop Accessibility

Caitlin White: Creating Bicycle Friendly Universities: An Analysis with Recommendations for the University of Florida

Amanda Douglas: Evaluating Transportation Access to Healthy Food Sources: A Rapid Health Impact Assessment in Alachua County, Florida

Shayna Gershman: An Evaluation of Public Participation Techniques Using Arnstein’s Ladder: The Portland Plan

Russell Provost: A Statewide Analysis of the Interaction between the Built Environment and Travel Behavior Using Geographically Weighted Regression

2012 Graduates

Kenwyn Harrilal: Using Hazus-MH and ArcGIS for A Parcel-Based Case Study of the Effects of Sea Level Rise In the Tampa Bay Region With A Detailed Analysis of Residential Parcels In Pinellas County, Florida

Douglas McDuffie: Evaluating the Factors of Developing Gainesville’s Innovation Economy

Hannah Rogers: Bo Diddley Community Plaza: An Evaluation and Suggestions for Redesign

Hongtao Xie: An Indicator System to Evaluate Built Environment Performance for Waterfront Regeneration

Sarah Benton: (Un)safe and (In)secure at Home: Variations in Residential Security in Brazil

Brian Caper: Big Changes in A small County: A Case Study of Economic Development in Wyandotte County, Kansas

Forrest Eddleton: Communication of Past Adaptation: Using Local History in Rural Planning for Sea Level Rise

Daniel Greenberg: Corridor Revitalization in Sarasota: A CPTED Catalyst Proposal

Gareth Hanley: Local Economic Impacts of Airport Operations: An Economic Impact Assessment for the West Orange Airport Authority

Lara Holimon: Did School Concurrency Affect the Location of Residential Development?: An Analysis of School Concurrency in Alachua County, Florida

Kevin Ice: Vampire Analysis of Hillsborough County: A Spatial Representation of Oil and Mortgage Vulnerability

Angeline Jacobs: Regulatory Barriers and Opportunities in Developing Cohousing: An Investigation Into Small, Medium and Large Counties in Florida

Ivelisse Justiniano: Downtown Revitalization in Caguas, Puerto Rico Case Studies, Best Practices and Recommendations

Robert Narvaez: Continuous Productive Urban Landscapes: Integrating Agricultural Urbanism into Communities

Allison Schutes: Green Space: A Catalyst for Economic Development?

Max Shmaltsuyev: Cruising for Parking in Downtown Miami

Nicole Anderson: Creating Efficiency: An Examination of the Allocation of School Facilities Resources in the Chicago Public Schools

Shivani Aserkar: Use of GIS Modeling for Creating Alternate Future Scenario Focusing on Integrating Urban and Transportation Decisions for Polk and Highlands County, Florida

Brenden Baitch: Assessing the Power of Sunshine: A Multicase Qualitative Study of Solar Energy

Michele Janiszewski: Industry Cluster Analysis in Order to Promote Productive Business Development in Western Orange County, Florida

Brett Lackey: Brain Drain to Brain Gain: A Comparative Local Economic Development Analysis of the Creative Class in Gainesville, Florida Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

2011 Graduates

James Beeler: Security Planning for Public Spaces: Testing a Proposed CPTED Rating Instrument in Berlin, Germany

Lidiane Behlau: Construction Waste and Self-Help as an Alternative to Enhance Housing Affordability: a Case Study of a Housing Project Implemented in Ibipora, State of Parana, Brazil

Kevin Biegler: Examining Successful Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Implementation Models to Develop a Pre-Implementation Criterion (PIEC): An Application to Ft. Collins, Colorado and Gainesville, Florida

Christina D’Auria: A Sustainable Approach to the Urban Design and Development of Innovation Square, Gainesville, Florida

Curtis Dubberly: Determining the Effects of Jacksonville’s Enterprise Zone

Laura Erdely: Suburban Retrofit: Simulated Application of Sprawl Repair on Orlando’s Most Promising Edge City

Charles Gibbons: Sub-Prime to Suboptimal: Realized Effects of the Foreclosure Crisis on Neighborhood Quality in Hillsborough County, Florida

Blake Harvey: Modeling Infill and Urban Growth to Evaluate Agricultural Conversion in Lake County, Florida

Joshua Hoffman: Public Perceptions of Rail Transit in the Community of Winter Park, Florida: Sunrail Comes to Town

Christen Hutton: Transit-Oriented Development Case Study Policy Analysis: A Comparative Study of Programs and Policies across the United States

Taehwan Hyeon: A Study on the Characters of the New Town Project in the Context of the Compact City: The Case Study of Wangsimni New Town Project in Seoul

Jacob Kain: Light Rail Transit in a Shrinking City: Defining Success for Detroit’s Woodward Avenue Light Rail

Shane Laakso: A Comparison of Sustainability in Greenfield Development under Form-Based Codes and Euclidean Zoning Regulations: A Case Study of St. Lucie County, Florida

Dixue Li: Effects of Street Pattern on Frequency of Traffic Crash: A Case Study of Gainesville, Florida

William Lisska: The Effectiveness of Psychological Traffic Calming: A Comparative Case Study of Two Neighborhoods in Alachua County, Florida

Amy Long: Life Cycle Assessment Analysis of Coal versus Nuclear Power in Levy County, Florida

Xing Ma: The Implementation of Urban Growth Boundary and its Effects on Local Housing Affordability: Portland, Oregon, As a Case Study

Jessica Mackey: A Comparison of Parking Policies: A Cast Study of Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Tanner Martin: Economic Growth in Pensacola, FL – A GIS Based Assessment of Redevelopment Policy, 1996 – 2010

Jay McLeod: Residential Future Land Use Planning in South Florida: Regional Analysis of Nine Counties

Brittany McMullen: The Economic Impact of Parks on Residential Property Values: Evidence from Gainesville, Florida

Robert Murphy: Virtues Unfulfilled: The Effects of Land Value Taxation in Three Pennsylvania Cities

Myles O’Keefe: Affordable Housing and Transit-Oriented Development: A Comparison of Observed Policy Findings with Those of the City of Tampa

Sarah Perch: Community Garden Barriers: A Grounded Theory Study of Gainesville, Florida

Reginald Pierre-Jean: A Methodology for Exploring the Relationship between Intersection Form Factors and Traffic Crashes using Geographically Weighted Regression

Tamashbeen Rahman: Bus Rapid Transit and Heavy Rail: A Comparison for Transit-Oriented Developments in South Florida

Lindsay Rizzo: Urban Design and Marketing: How Cities Can Use Spatial Qualities to Attract Baby Boomers

Anelkis Royce: Urban Legalization: The Effects of Legalization on Land Value in Southern Areas of Bogota, Colombia

Crystal Torres: Evaluating the Potential Effectiveness of Community Redevelopment Agencies to Improve Socio-Economic Conditions within the Redevelopment Area: A Cast Study in Gainesville, Florida

Justin Willits: Bus Rapid Transit in Montgomery, County, Maryland: Determining Stop and Station Locations in Specified Corridors

Kristina Wright Bowen: Participation and Predictability: A Comparative Analysis of Processes and Outcomes of the Form-Based Codes and Previous Conventional Zoning Codes of Miami, Florida and Denver, Colorado

Wencui Yang: Analysis on Correlation between Urban Form Factors and Children’s Walkability to School

Sulhee Yoon: Finding Food Deserts Based on Food Access Index and Transportation Modes: Case Study of Sarasota County, FL

Yuyang Zou: GIS-Based Future Land Use Hurricane Storm Surge Hazard Analysis: A Case Study for Volusia County, Florida

 


 

Dissertations

2015 Graduates

Soowoong Noh: Examining the Relationships between Fbcs and Active Built Environment

Ruoniu Wang: Tracking Choice in the Housing Choice Voucher Program The Role of Residential Preference in Locational Outcome

Seungil Yum: The Effect of Creativity on Urban Economy in the U.S. a New Creativity Index: 3Ci (Creative Class, Creative Infrastructure, and Culture)

Dan Zhu: Policy on River Pollution Management: an Analysis of China’s Huai River Pollution Reduction

2014 Graduates

Iris Patten: Measuring Regional and Local Innovative Opportunities

Shanty Yulianti Rachmat: The Relationship of Time-of-Day Travel and Built Environment in Southeast Florida: Incorporating Parking Characteristics in Downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale

Laurel Harbin: The Etawah Pilot Project: a Case Study of Albert Mayer’s Normative Regionalism in Post-Independent India

Yiqiang Ouyang: Examining the Influence of Built Environment on Traffic Crashes: A Spatio-Temporal Data Mining Approach

Suwan Shen: An Integrated Approach to Coastal Community’s Vulnerability Analysis: Case Study in Tampa Bay Region

Fei Yang: Employ Cost-Benefit Analysis to Evaluate the Cost Efficiency of Major Sea Level Rise Adaptation Strategies

2013 Graduates

Hee Deok Cho: The Factors That Affect Long Distance Travel Model Choice Decisions and Their Implications for Transportation Policy

Juna Papajorgji: Exploring the Benefits of an Open Systems Paradigm for Building Permit Technologies in Local Governments of Florida

Hyung-Chul Chung: Stain or sustain? Equitable Neighborhood Revitalization of Distressed Communities through the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program, and the Housing Choice Voucher Program

Young Sun Kwon:The effects of Residential Mortgage Foreclosure on Residential Income Segregation

2012 Graduates

Yong Hong Guo: Using Remote Sensing and GIS to Monitor and Predict Urban Growth- Case Study in Alachua County, Florida

Jeongseob Kim: Promoting Sustainable Communities through Infill: the Effect of Infill Housing on Neighborhood Income Diversity

2011 Graduates

Abdulnaser Amin Arafat: Evaluating Accessibility and Travel Cost as Suitability Components in the Allocation of Land Use, a Case Study of Identifying Land for Affordable Housing in Three Counties in Florida

Ridwan Sutriadi: Mobile Technology and the Challenge to Promote a Communicative City in Indonesia. Case Study Bandung Metropolitan Area, Indonesia

Jun Zhao: Zoning Variance Administration in Practice: Influencing Factors and Trends

 

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