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Extractions: B.A., University of Illinois, Urbana 1953 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Teaching: Professor, Department of Geography, University of Oregon, 1977 to present. Visiting Professor, NICSA Program, Avignon, France, Winter, 1988. Exchange Professor, Geographisches Institut, Universitat Tubingen, Summer Semester, 1984. Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Oregon, Eugene, 1965-1977 with the exception of 1971-1972, when I was on sabbatical leave in Europe. Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Illinois, Urbana, 1961-1965. Research: Highway Impact Studies, sponsored by the Bureau of Public Roads with the Departments of Agricultural Economics and Geography, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1958-1961. Comparative Urban Studies, State of Illinois, through the Office
Extractions: A Look at the 2000 Minnesota Salary Survey Do geography and industry influence wages for personal care and service workers? The 2000 Minnesota Salary Survey can help provide answers to this question. To examine the influence geography can exert over wages, this article considers three representative occupations for personal care and service workers in the Minneapolis-St. Paul seven-county metropolitan area (defined in this article as Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington counties) and in the "Balance of State," which in this article is defined as all Minnesota counties outside of the seven-county Twin Cities area. In order to be certain that differences in mean wages are not simply a result of sampling procedures, the occupations discussed are those with sizable employment and which exhibit a statistically significant difference in mean wages. Industry impact on wages is also examined using the same three occupations in the state.
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Extractions: Graphic scale from a 1595 map, from David Greenhood, Mapping (1951), p. 45. We are pleased to say that this year we have again increased the number of sessions organised by the historical geography network to 18. We would like to say a big thank you to everyone who organised a session for your hard work. We have sessions on a wide variety of themes including environment, agriculture, transport, industry, urban development, GIS, metadata, electronic publishing and cultural geography with speakers coming from all over the world. We are also hosting a book session on Anne K. Knowles book Past Time, Past Place: GIS for history published by ESRI Press in which we hope to explore the issues raised in the book and more broadly, issues concerning the use and usefulness of GIS in historical research. The sessions listed below are those whose main sponsor is the historical geography network. A full timetable, that also includes abstracts for each paper is also available either sorted by network or time Most of the practical details necessary for attending the conference are published by the SSHA wewould like to draw your attention to the requirements of the SSHA to pre-register for the conference. The conference venue is the Millennium Hotel, St. Louis, if you intend to stay here we suggest booking as soon as possible.
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Extractions: Graphic scale from a 1595 map, from David Greenhood, Mapping (1951), p. 45. We have got together a very strong and coherent program under the historical geography banner for the 2001 conference. I am delighted to say that this includes sessions from the Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science, the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative, the US National Historical GIS, with many individuals who have also contributed sessions. The final session is a roundtable in which I hope we can draw together ideas on the use of geographical thinking in general and GIS in particular. We have a total of nine sessions who have listed historical geography as their primary network. A provisional timetable for these is given below. Most of the practical details necessary for attending the conference are published by the SSHA I would like to draw your attention to the requirements of the SSHA to pre-register for the conference. The conference venue is the Palmer House Hilton, if you intend to stay here I suggest booking early as it will fill up. There are cheaper places to stay in Chicago. If anyone has any good suggestions please let me know so I can pass them on. Finally, the 2002 conference will be in St. Louis, October 24-27. To get the arrangements for this off to a flying start it would be great if people could bring suggestions about this to the
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