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Table of Contents
|Geography in a Changing World|
|The Big Questions in Geography|
|Rediscovering the Importance of Geography|
|The Four Traditions of Geography|
|The Changing Landscape of Fear|
|The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism , 2003)|
|The Geography of Ecosystem Services|
|The Agricultural Impact of Global Climate Change: How Can Developing-Country Farmers Cope?|
|When Diversity Vanishes|
|Classic Map Revisited: The Growth of Megalopolis|
|A Great Wall of Waste, The Economist , August 21, 2004|
|In Niger, Trees and Crops Turn Back the Desert: A Poor African Nation Uses a Simple Mix to Grow Greener|
|Whither the World's Last Forest?|
|Why It's Time for a "Green New Deal"|
|Study Finds Humans' Effect on Oceans Comprehensive|
|What China Can Learn from Japan on Cleaning up the Environment|
|The Rise of India|
|Hints of a Comeback for Nation's First Superhighway|
|The Short End of the Longer Life|
|Never Too Late to Scramble: China in Africa, The Economist , October 28, 2006|
|Where Business Meets Geopolitics, The Economist , May 25, 2005|
|Half-Way from Rags to Riches, The Economist , April 26, 2008|
|Malaria: It's Not Neglected Any More (But It's Not Gone, Either)|
|Tsunamis: How Safe Is the United States?|
|Spatial Interaction and Mapping|
|The World Is Spiky|
|Hurricane Hot Spots: Most Vulnerable Cities, USA Today Newspaper , June 1, 2006|
|Sea Change: The Transformation of the Arctic|
|Shaping the World to Illustrate Inequalities in Health|
|Deaths Outnumber Births in Third of Counties|
|How Much Is Your Vote Worth?|
|Teaching Note: The U.S. Ethanol Industry with Comments on the Great Plains, Sparks Company, Inc. and Kansas State University|
|AIDS Infects Education Systems in Africa|
|Population, Resources, and Socioeconomic Development|
|Wonderful World? The Way We Live Now|
|What Lies Beneath|
|Cloud, or Silver Linings?, The Economist , July 28, 2007|
|Turning Oceans into Tap Water|
|Malthus Redux: Is Doomsday upon Us, Again?|
|Global Response Required: Stopping the Spread of Nuclear Weapons|
|A World Enslaved|
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