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  1. Report of the Governor of Arizona to the Secretary of the Interior. 1897. by Myron H. McCord., 1897
  2. Ghost Towns of Arizona: Remnants of the Mining Days/Arizona Traveler Guidebooks (American Traveler Series) by Carolyn Bauer, 1989-06
  3. What Has Passed and What Remains: Oral Histories of Northern Arizona's Changing Landscapes
  4. Arizona's Yesterday by John H. Cady and Basil Woon, 2009-07-28
  5. Geology and geography of the Zion Park region, Utah and Arizona: A comprehensive report on a scenic and historic region of the Southwest (United States. Geological Survey. Professional paper 220) by Herbert E Gregory, 1950
  6. Geography of Pima County, Arizona: Coronado National Forest
  7. Geography of Pinal County, Arizona: Coronado National Forest
  8. Geography of Navajo County, Arizona: Petrified Forest National Park, Navajo National Monument, Hopi Reservation, Fort Apache Indian Reservation
  9. Geography of Maricopa County, Arizona: White Tank Mountain Regional Park, Sonoran Desert National Monument, Gila River Indian Community
  10. Geography of Greenlee County, Arizona: Landforms of Greenlee County, Arizona, Settlements in Greenlee County, Arizona, Clifton, Arizona, Duncan
  11. Geography of Gila County, Arizona: Coconino National Forest, San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, Tonto National Monument
  12. Geography of Yuma County, Arizona: Kofa National Wildlife Refuge, Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge, Imperial National Wildlife Refuge
  13. Geography of Apache County, Arizona: Petrified Forest National Park
  14. Geography of Cochise County, Arizona: Coronado National Forest, Kartchner Caverns State Park, Malpai Borderlands, Coronado National Memorial

81. Dept Of Anth & Geog Faculty--Jeremy E. Diem
Diem received his BS degree in Earth Sciences from The Pennsylvania State University,and his MA and Ph.D. degrees in geography from The University of arizona.
Welcome Notes About Anthropology About Geography Facilities and Laboratories ... Student Projects
Jeremy E. Diem
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. The University of Arizona, 2000
Research Interests: Air pollution and its effects, geographic information systems and emission inventories, applied climatology, and land-cover change
Jeremy Diem received his B.S. degree in Earth Sciences from The Pennsylvania State University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Geography from The University of Arizona. Prior to his arrival at Georgia State University, he held a post-doctoral research position at The University of Arizona. In that position, he continued his work on SMOGMAP (System for Management, Observation, and GIS Modeling of Air Pollution) and helped to establish the southern Arizona/northern Sonora site of the HERO (Human-Environment Research Observatory) network. Dr. Diem is interested in all aspects air pollution from emissions to effects on sensitive receptors, such as certain types of vegetation. He is currently, planning a research project aimed at assessing the spatial extent and magnitude of ozone-induced foliar injury in the conifer forests of southern Arizona. Concerning research methods, Dr. Diem enjoys employing several physical geography-based tools (e.g., applied climatology, and geographic information systems, and remote sensing) to answer complex research questions related to air pollution and other environmental phenomena. His published articles have appeared in or will be appearing in

82. The ULTIMATE Tree-ring Pages!
Organized collection of information and links on tree-ring research, or dendrochronology, by Henri Category Science Earth Sciences Dendrochronology...... with much sweat by Henri D. GrissinoMayer, Department of geography, The University Thanksto the University of Georgia, University of arizona, Valdosta State
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Welcome and thank you for visiting the Ultimate Tree-Ring web pages , designed to be the ULTIMATE source for information on the science of Dendrochronology . I've designed these pages to be easily understood by people at all levels of education, from elementary school students to high school students, from first grade teachers to college professors. You won't find anything fancy here - I want these pages to be readable, enjoyable, and (most of all) educational. My goal My goal is to make available as much information about dendrochronology as I can possibly find on the Internet, from the basics of tree-ring dating, to reference and bibliographic information, to products and supplies, to books, and

83. Arizona GIS Educators
Northern arizona University Department of geography and Public Planning Universityof arizona Department of geography GIS User Group page Ramon Arrowsmith
ARIZONA GIS EDUCATORS If you'd like to be on this list, please complete our GIS Educators Survey Please Note: This directory is NOT intended for advertising purposes. The directory serves as a mechanism to improve awareness and communication in the Arizona GIS community. You can also visit the Who's Who in Arizona GIS list.
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Viktor Keenan
Keenan and Malone GeoGraphics Phone: (602) 279-7264 Beginning, Intermediate/Advanced Principles of GIS using MapInfo and/or Maptitude Software (Nov. '01)

84. Carolyn Anne Anderson
19972000 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of geography and Regional Development,University of arizona Teaching assistant for geography of Russia and
Carolyn Anne Anderson E-mail: Website: EDUCATION Ph.D. Program, Currently Enrolled, Geography University of Arizona
M.A., Geography University of Arizona
B.A., Religious Studies University of Arizona CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS Disability and Geography
Nature, Place, and Landscape Identities in Film and Media
Public Policy, Planning in the Built Environment, and Universal Design MOST RECENT EMPLOYMENT Disability Specialist
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Tucson, AZ 85721 JOB RESPONSIBILITIES From September 2000 to September 2002 my duties are to determine eligibility for services and coordinate access to accommodations for University of Arizona students with disabilities. This process includes reviewing medical, psychological and technical evaluations of students’ abilities, disabilities, and requests for reasonable accommodations, and then develop plans to support access to courses, programs, facilities, services, and activities on campus and advocate understanding and support of disability in the campus community. RECENT EMPLOYMENT 1999-present : Cartoonist, Contributing Artist to

85. Utah Points Of Interest - Geography
UTC • Points of Interest • geography • The arizona Strip. Betweenthe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River and the Utah state
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Between the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River and the Utah state boundary line lies an area commonly referred to as the Arizona Strip. Here a colorful history blends the long past of Native Americans in the area with the culture of Spanish explorers and Mormon settlers. The prehistory of the Arizona Strip area goes back at least eight thousand years. The aborigines of that time, identified as the Archaic people, were big game hunters and gatherers. In time, the people became villagers, often referred to as "basketmakers." The Anasazi are thought to have inhabited the Strip for a time, and the area was later inhabited by the Paiute Indians. The Paiutes' dominance of the area diminished as they encountered the Europeans. The European era apparently commenced with the exploratory journey of Fathers Dominguez and Escalante in 1776. Returning from Utah Valley to Santa Fe, they wintered in the Arizona Strip, fording the Colorado River at what is now called the "Crossings of the Fathers."

86. Arizona Western College - Course Descriptions
s. geography GEO 105 World Regional geography 3cr, 3 lec A study and analysis of the geographical regions known......Course

87. Arizona Homeschooling - A To Z Home's Cool
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88. UNT Libraries Recent Acquisitions
arizona / Scott Van Keuren. Tucson arizona State Museum, the Universityof arizona, 1999. geography Approval E99.P9 V36 1999.
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Return HOME Search by fund: Anthropology Art Biology Business ... Sociology Special Collections (Inquire at department) Speech and Hearing Sciences Return HOME Received on Approval: Against the tide : the battle for America's beaches / Cornelia Dean.
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The archaeology of rock-art / edited by Christopher Chippindale andPaul S.C. Tacon.
Cambridge, U.K. ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 1998.
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Ceramic design structure and the organization of Cibola White Ware production in the Grasshopper Region, Arizona / Scott Van Keuren.
Tucson : Arizona State Museum, the University of Arizona, 1999.
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Defending the Little Desert : the rise of ecological consciousness in Australia / Libby Robin. Carlton, Vic. : Melbourne University Press, 1998. Geography Approval Deforestation in Viet Nam / Rodolphe De Koninck.

89. – Image West Photography - Clients
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90. Beyond Geography: Mapping Unknowns Of Cyberspace
September 30, 1999. Beyond geography Mapping Unknowns of Cyberspace.Mapmakers Stretch the earnest. University of arizona. A multilayered
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Beyond Geography: Mapping Unknowns of Cyberspace
Mapmakers Stretch the Definition of Cartography to Help Visualize the Web By PAMELA LICALZI O'CONNELL he mapping of that vast territory known as cyberspace has begun in earnest.
University of Arizona A multilayered map of the space represented by 100,000 entertainment-related Web addresses. Cyberspace maps are being produced by geographers, cartographers, artists and computer scientists. They range from glorious depictions of globe-spanning communications networks to maps of Web information. Many have no geographic references, instead turning to nature, the cosmos or neuroscience for spatial models. They stretch the definition of a map in their effort to capture, sometimes fancifully, what is sometimes referred to as the "common mental geography" that lies beyond computer screens. The maps hold the potential to change, subtly or perhaps more directly, the relationship of the average person to cyberspace, the world of electronic communication that includes but is not limited to the Internet. How people envision the online landscape influences their behavior there, experts say. "We need maps not just to navigate but to define and control new territory," said Martin Dodge, a researcher in the Center for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London. "Simply having a map allows a new perspective, a new way to orient yourself.

91. Homeschool Geography Projects
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2 New locations! Surprise Geography classes and New River geography classes!! Contact me for further information if interested.

NOTE: IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN REGISTERING FOR THESE CLASSES, EMAIL ME AND I WILL SEND YOU A REGISTRATION FORM. You must pre-register to attend! Classes fill up quickly, so first come, first served. Thank you! click here ATTENTION: I AM TRYING TO LOCATE HOMESCHOOLING FAMILIES THAT ARE CURRENTLY INVOLVED IN THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHY BEE CONTEST. IF YOU KNOW OF ANY FAMILY PARTICIPATING, PLEASE ASK THEM TO CONTACT ME. Mrs. Sepp ARIZONA GEOGRAPHY BEE NEWS: On Friday, April 5, 2002, the Arizona Geographic Bee was held at ASU. Congratulations are in order for 3rd Place winner, Troy Schilperoort, Heritage Christian (Homeschool) in Prescott! (1st Place-John Yatsko, 7th grader from McKemy Middle School, Tempe, 2nd Place Tommy Adelson, 4th grader from Hopi Elementary School, Phoenix)! It always is wonderful to see home schoolers place in the top ten finalists each year. Last year Zachary Schierl from Flagstaff was the 2nd place winner in the 2001 Arizona Geographic Bee held on Friday, April 6th in Tucson. Zach was a homeschooled 6th grader who also won $50. Zach wrote about his geography bee experience, and you may read his comments!

92. Geography At Mesa Community College
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94. ARIZONA Climate Summary
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The average temperature in February 2003 was 46.5 F. This was 1.2 F warmer than the 1895-2003 average, the 42nd warmest February in 109 years. The temperature trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is -0.6 degrees Fahrenheit per decade.
2.57 inches of precipitation fell in February. This was 1.56 inches more than the 1895- 2003 average, the 7th wettest such month on record. The precipitation trend for the period of record (1895 to present) is -0.01 inches per decade. Select from the options below to view graphs and tables of monthly temperature and precipitation data for ARIZONA , then click "submit". (Please wait 20-30 seconds) Data Type : Mean Temperature Precipitation First Year to Display : Period : January February March April May June July August September October November December Winter (Dec-Feb) Spring (Mar-May) Summer (Jun-Aug) Fall (Sep-Nov) Annual Year to Date Most Recent 3-Month Period Most Recent 6-Month Period Most Recent 12-Month Period Last Year to Display : ARIZONA Line Chart Bar Chart Table AOL users and others experiencing problems receiving requested output click here.

95. ASLAPR -- Archives Division
Researchers will find information on almost any topic ranging from arizona's geographyand wildlife to Native Americans and ostrich ranching, from literature


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Arizona History Looking for Wyatt Earp's mines?
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The Arizona Collection contains about 105,000 books, pamphlets, manuscripts and periodicals relating to Arizona and its many peoples. Researchers will find information on almost any topic ranging from Arizona's geography and wildlife to Native Americans and ostrich ranching, from literature to religion, and from biographies of outlaws to collections of Western yarns. Because of Arizona's historical associations with surrounding areas, the collection also includes materials relating to New Mexico, southern California and Mexico. For information on titles, authors and subjects, search the Department's on-line catalog, ASLAPRCat For additional information about the Arizona Collection, contact Don Langlois at (602) 542-4159 or via email Many resources on Arizona and Western history are available on the internet Government Records Want to know where the phrase "you have the right to remain silent" came from?

96. The Home Page Of Simon P Batterbury
Simon Batterbury. University of arizona. Homepage academic, personal,links. Current and unpublished papers. Email batterbu@U.arizona.EDU.
Simon Batterbury
University of Arizona
Homepage - academic, personal, links Cultural Ecology Specialty Group of the AAG and Newsletter Current and unpublished papers Email batterbu@U.Arizona.EDU

97. Ptolemy, The Man
today. In addition to his well known works in astronomy, Ptolemy wasvery important in the history of geography and cartography.
Ptolemy (aka Claudius Ptolemaeus, Ptolomaeus, Klaudios Ptolemaios, Ptolemeus) lived in Alexandria (in Egypt) from approx. 87 -150 AD. Very little is known about his personal life (the image above is probably purely the artist's imagination) He was an astronomer, mathematician and geographer. He codified the Greek geocentric view of the universe, and rationalized the apparent motions of the planets as they were known in his time. Ptolemy synthesized and extended Hipparchus's system of epicycles and eccentric circles to explain his geocentric theory of the solar system. Ptolemy's system involved at least 80 epicycles to explain the motions of the Sun, the Moon, and the five planets known in his time. He believed the planets and sun to orbit the Earth in the order Mercury, Venus, Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn . This system became known as the Ptolemaic system. It predicts the positions of the planets accurately enough for naked-eye observations This is described in the book Mathematical Syntaxis (widely called the Almagest ), a thirteen book mathematical treatment of the phenomena of astronomy. It contains a myriad of information ranging from earth conceptions to sun, moon, and star movement as well as eclipses and a breakdown on the length of months. The Almagest also included a star catalog containing 48 constellations, using the names we still use today.

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