This collection features scholarly and creative work by faculty members of the Geography Department at Central Washington University.

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Submissions from 2018

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Using GIS and the Ecosystem Management Decision Support Tool for Forest Management on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, Washington State, Robert Hickey, Jamie Cannon, and William Gaines

Submissions from 2016

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"Now everyone can fly”? Scheduled airline services to secondary cities in Southeast Asia., John Bowen

Submissions from 2015

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Proposed method for predicting pair matching of skeletal elements allows too many false rejections, John Bowen, S. Vickers, Patrick M. Lubinski, and L. Henebry-Deleon

Analysis of spatial variability of near-surface soil moisture to increase rainfall-runoff modelling accuracy in SW Hungary, Robert Hickey, S. Czigany, E. Pirkhoffer, P. Hegedus, and L. Balatonyi

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Using Satellite Image Analysis for Locating Prehistoric Archaeological Sites in Alaska's Central Brooks Range, Robert Hickey and J. Keeney

Submissions from 2014

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Single-Grain Luminescence Dating of Sediment Surrounding a Possible Late Pleistocene Artifact from the Wenas Creek Mammoth Site, Pacific Northwest, USA, Patrick M. Lubinski, James Feathers, and Karl Lillquist

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Making Water Resource Decisions More "Informationally" Efficient: Development of a Geospatial Water Rights Decision Support System for Kittitas County, Washington, Michael Pease

Submissions from 2013

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The Post-World War II Origin and Evolution of Mountain Snowshoes and Mountain Snowshoeing in North America, Karl Lillquist

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Relationships between tree stand density and burn severity as measured by the Composite Burn Index following a ponderosa pine forest wildfire in the American Southwest, Michael Pease, Victoria J.W. Amato, David Lightfoot, and Cody Stropki

Submissions from 2010

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Farming the Desert: Agriculture in the World War II-era, Japanese-American Relocation Centers, Karl Lillquist

Constraints to Water Transfers in Unadjudicated Basins:The Middle Rio Grande as a Case Study, Michael Pease

Submissions from 2007

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The Late-Glacial Wenas Creek Mammoth Site (45YA1083) in Central Washington, Patrick M. Lubinski, Bax R. Barton, Karl Lillquist, Morris Uebelacker, and Jake T. Shapely

Submissions from 2006

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Teaching with Catastrophe: Topographic Map Interpretation and the Physical Geography of the 1949 Mann Gulch, Montana Wildfire, Karl Lillquist

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Historical Glacier and Climate Fluctuations at Mount Hood, Oregon, Karl Lillquist and Karen Walker

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The Commerce clause, interstate compacts, and marketing water across state boundaries., Michael Pease and Olen Paul Matthews

Submissions from 2005

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The Moxee City (Washington) Mammoth: Morphostratigraphic, Taphonomic, and Taxonomic Considerations, Karl Lillquist, Steve Lundblad, and Bax R. Barton

Submissions from 2002

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Stream Tables and Watershed Geomorphology Education, Karl Lillquist and Patricia W. Kinner

Submissions from 2001

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Mass Wasting in the Swauk Watershed, Washington, Karl Lillquist