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Hops in early California agriculture. Agricultural History, Vol. 14, pp. 110-116.


The Topia Road: A trans-Sierran trail of colonial Mexico, Geographical Review, Vol. 31, No. 3, pp. 406-413. (with Robert C. West).


Coffee and settlement in New Caledonia. Geographical Review, Vol. 35, No. 1, pp. 12-21.


California manufacturing. Geographical Review, Vol. 39, No. 2, pp. 229-241.

Antioqueño Colonization in Western Colombia. Ibero-Americana, Vol. 32, 212 pp. University of California Press, Berkeley. Second edition, revised, 1969. Spanish edition: La Colonización Antioqueña en el Occidente de Colombia, trans. by Emilio Robledo, Medellín, 1940, 252 pp. Second Spanish edition, revised, Banco de la República, Archivo de la Colonia Nacional No. 25, Bogotá, 1961, 344 pp. Third ed., Carlos Valencia Editores, Bogotá, 1979, 240 pp.; Fourth ed., El Ancora Editores, Bogotá, 1996.

Notes: Changes in the geographic-economic structure of the United States. Geographical Review, Vol. 39, No. 3, pp. 491-492.


Recent industrial development in the Gulf South. Geographical Review, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 67-83. Reprinted in: Readings in the Geography of North America, American Geographical Society, 1952.

La nueva era industrial antioqueña. Universidad de Antioquia, No. 96, Medellín.

Antioquia vista por un Yanki. Dominical (Bogotá), June 4, pp. 1, 26.

The geography of natural gas in the United States. Economic Geography, Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. 162-178.


Notes on the Geography of the Sinú Valley, Colombia. Prepared for the Caja de Crédito Agrícola of the Government of Colombia, Bogotá, 90 pp. [processed].

Note: Potentialities of tropical soils. Geographical Review, Vol. 41, No. 3, pp. 503-505.

Natural gas. Scientific American, Vol. 185, No. 5, pp. 17-21.


The settlement of the Sinú Valley of Colombia. Geographical Review, Vol. 42, No. 1, pp. 67-86.

Davis to San Francisco. Transcontinental Guidebook, International Geographical Union, XVII International Geographical Congress, pp. 168-179.


Die amerikanische Golf-küste: Ein neuer industrieller Schwerpunkt. Eie Erde, Vol. 5, pp. 83-94.

Note: Manufacturing and agricultural self-sufficiency in Cuba, Geographical Review, Vol. 43, No. 3, pp. 412-414.


English speaking settlement of the western Caribbean. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers. Vol. 16, pp. 3-16.

Solar radiation, tides, and winds. California Development Problems, University of California, Berkeley (processed), pp. 111-121.


The Miskito pine savanna of Nicaragua and Honduras. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 36-63.

The uniqueness of California. American Quarterly, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 45-55. (Japanese trans publ. in Americana, USIS, Tokyo, 1957; English version reprinted in California Controversies, Leonard Pitt, ed., 1969, and in Readings in California Geography, Robert Durrenberger, ed., 1969).

Gold mining in the Nicaragua rain forest. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers, Vol. 17, pp. 49-55.

Note: The San Francisco-Oakland Metropolitan Area. Geographical Review, Vol. 45, No. 2, pp. 264-265.


San Andrés and Providencia: English-speaking islands in the western Caribbean. University of California Publications in Geography, Vol. 12, No. 1, 76 pp. Spanish edition, transl. by Marco Archbold Britton, Bogotá, 1957; second ed., revised, Bogotá, 1985.

The home-building and furniture industries. In: California and the Southwest (Clifford Zierer, ed.), Wiley, New York, pp. 262-271.

Note: Economic development in the northern Andes. Geographical Review, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 411-413.

San Andrés and Providencia. Caribbean Society and Culture (Trinidad), Vol. 1, No. 2, 5 pp.


San Francisco. Nelson Doubleday Inc., Garden City, 64 pp. (Know Your America Series). Revised ed., 1967.

Bananas in Ecuador, a new chapter in the history of tropical agriculture. Economic Geography, Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 201-216. (Spanish translation, mimeo., Institute of Inter-American Affairs, Quito, 16 pp., November 1957.)

Note: Irrigation civilizations. Geographical Review, Vol. 47, No. 1, pp. 136-137.

San Andrés y Providencia. Revised edition, translated by M.F. Archbold Britton. Vol. 28, Archivo de la Economá Nacional, Banco de la República, Bogotá, 192 pp.


The natural gas supply of California. Land Economics, Vol. 34, pp. 19-36.

Colombia. Focus, American Geographical Society, Vol. 8, No. 7, 6 pp.

Note: The Brazilian territory of Amapá. Geographical Review, Vol. 48, pp. 429-431.


Forward to Julio Hincapie Santa Maria. Estructura Económica de Colombia. Medellín, Universidad de Antioquia, pp. i-viii.

Strontium-90 levels and wheat. (letter) Science, August 17.

Various articles, including Amazon River, Colombia, etc. Encyclopedia Britannica.


Fog drip from summer stratus with special reference to California. Weather, (London), Vol. 15, pp. 58-62.

Starlings for Seville. Landscape, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 28-31. (Reprinted in C.L. Salter (ed.), The Cultural Landscape, 1971, pp. 105-109.)

Sobre la caza a gran escala del estornino pinto (Sturnus vulgaris) en España. Ardeola: Revista Ibérica de Ornitología, Vol. 6, pp. 235-241.

Note: Santa María la Antigua de Darién. Geographical Review, Vol. 50, pp. 274-276.


The acorn-hog economy of the oak woodlands of southwestern Spain. Geographical Review, Vol. 52, No. 2, pp. 211-235. Spanish trans. by Jose Ortega Valcarcel, "La economía de las montaneras en las encinares de suroeste de España," Estudios Geográficos, Madrid, 27, pp. 309-329 [1966]; German transl. in Geographie der Wald-und Forstwirtschaft, H.W. Windhorst, ed., Darmstadt, 1978, pp. 147-175.

Cork oak forests and the evolution of the cork industry in southern Spain. Economic Geography, Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 195-214.

John Ernest Kesseli: An appreciation. California Geographer, Vol. 3, pp. 64-67 [with H.H. Aschmann and F. Kramer].

Note: The Moorish imprint on the Iberian Peninsula. Geographical Review, Vol. 52, pp. 120-122.

The Green Turtle and Man. University of Florida Press, Gainesville, 126 pp.


Note: Agricultural colonization in Costa Rica. Geographical Review, Vol. 53, pp. 451-454. (Spanish translation in Informe Semestral, Inst. Geog. de Costa Rica, pp. 97-107, January-June, 1963.)

Discurso del Dr. Parsons a la entrega del doctorado honoris causa. Revista Universidad de Antioquia (Medellín), No. 158, pp. 679-682, July-September.


The contribution of geography to Latin American Studies. In: Social Science Research on Latin America (Charles Wagley, ed.), Columbia University Press, New York, pp. 33-85.


Note: British West Indian export crops. Geographical Review, Vol. 55, pp. 110-112.

Cotton and cattle on the Pacific Lowlands of Central America. Journal of Interamerican Studies, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 149-159.

Vegetation, soils and man on the Caribbean coast of Central America and Colombia. Comptes Rendus, XVIII Congrés Int. de Geographie, 1956, Rio de Janeiro, Vol. 3, pp. 90-97.


Ancient ridged fields of the San Jorge river floodplain, Colombia. (with William A. Bowen), Geographical Review, Vol. 56, pp. 317-343.

Los campos de cultivos pre-hispánicos del Bajo San Jorge. Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas, y Naturales, Vol. 12, No. 48, pp. 449-458.

Hubo una notable cultura pre-Colombiana en las margenes del Rio San Jorge? El Tiempo (Bogotá), Aug. 14-21.

La marcha hacia el mar en Antioquia: La colonización bananera de la zona de Urabá. Proceedings, Int. Geog. Union Latin Regional Conference, Mexico, vol. 1, pp. 259-266.


Natural Resources: Quality and Quantity. [Editor with S.V. Ciriacy-Wantrup], University of California Press, 217 pp.

Geography (departmental history). The Centennial Record of the University of California, 1868-1968, University of California Press, pp. 86-87.

Antioquia's Corridor to the Sea, an historical geography of the settlement of Urabá. Ibero-Americana, Vol. 49, 115 pp. Spanish edition, Urabá: Salida de Antioquia al Mar, Medellín, Instituto de Integración Cultural, 1979, 164 pp.

Pre-Columbian ridged fields. (with William M. Denevan). Scientific American, Vol. 217, No. 1, pp. 92-101.


Antioqueño Colonization in Western Colombia. 2nd ed., revised, University of California Press, 233 pp.

Ridged fields in the Rio Guayas basin, Ecuador. American Antiquity, Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 76-80.

Carl Sauer. International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences. Vol. 8.

Colombia, Medellín and Manufacturing. Focus, Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. 1-11.

Toward a more humane geography. (guest editorial) Economic Geography, Vol. 45, No. 3, p. 188.


The 'Africanization' of the New World Tropical Grasslands. Tubingen Geographische Studien, Vol. 34, pp. 141-153, (Festschrift für Herbert Wilhelmy).

Ecologic balance vs. the accelerating impact of man on nature in tropical America. Proceedings, National Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers, Muncie, Ind., April 30-May 3, pp. 57-92 (processed).


Realejoa forgotten colonial port and shipbuilding center in Nicaragua. Hispanic-American Historical Review, 51, pp. 295-312 (with David R. Radell).


El Cultivo de cafe. Economia Colombiana (Bogotá), no. 95, pp. 37-46. (Extract from Antioqueño Colonization in Western Colombia, 1949 et seq.)

The hawksbill turtle and the tortoise-shell trade. In: Etudes de Geographie Tropical Offertes à Pierre Gourou. Mouton, Paris and La Haya, pp. 445-60.

The California Gold Country. Geographical Review, 62, pp. 269-271.

Ecological problems and approaches in Latin American geography. In: Barry Lentnek et al. (eds.), Geographic Research on Latin America: Benchmark 1970. Ball State University Press, pp. 13-32.

Spread of African pasture grasses into the New World tropics. Journal of Range Management, 25, pp. 13-17.

Slicing up the open space: subdivisions without homes in northern California. Erdkunde, Bonn, Vol. 26, No. 1, pp. 1-8.


[Editor] 50 Years of Berkeley Geography, 1923-1973. Selected bibliographies of 104 Ph.D.'s granted by the University of California, Berkeley since the establishment of a doctoral program in geographywith biographic notes and a bibliography of Carl Ortwin Sauer. (A supplement to the Itinerant Geographer, Department of Geography, Berkeley) 88 pp., (processed).

Man's impact on the vegetation of southern Spain. Yearbook, American Philosophical Society, pp. 338-340.

Colombia. In: Alice Taylor (ed.), Focus on South America. New York and Washington, Praeger, in cooperation with the American Geographical Society), pp. 112-127.

Sand-bed agriculture--a remarkable system for early truck crop production on the arid southeast coast of Spain. Proceedings, Association of American Geographers, 5, pp. 216-220.

Southward to the Sun: the impact of mass tourism on the coast of Spain. Yearbook, APCG, Vol. 35, pp. 129-146.

Latin America. In: M.W. Mikesell (ed.), Geographers Abroad: Essays on the Problems and Prospects of Research in Foreign Areas. University of Chicago, Department of Geography Research Paper No. 152, pp. 16-46.

Campos de Cultivos Prehistóricos con Camellones Paralelas en la Cuenca del Río Guayas, Ecuador. Cuadernos de História y Arqueología, ano xxiii, No. 40, pp. 185-201 (Guayaquil).


Pre-Columbian ridged fields. (with William Denevan) In: New World ArchaeologyTheoretical and Cultural Transformations--Readings from Scientific American, pp. 240-248. Reprint.


The changing nature of New World tropical forests since European colonization. In: Proceedings, IUCN Conference on Ecological Guidelines for Development in the Humid Tropics, Caracas, February, 1974. Morges, Switzerland, 1974, pp. 28-38. Reprinted in Tropical Rain Forests, Susan Place, ed., 1993. Spanish translation in El Uso de Normas Ecologicas Para el Desarrollo en el Tropico Humedo Americano, IUCN, 1976.

Note: Drought and Hunger on Fuerteventura. Geographical Review, Vol. 65, pp. 110-113.

Comments on Ridged Fields, in Manual of Remote Sensing, R.G. Reeves, ed., Vol. 2, pp. 2004-2008. American Society of Photogrammery, Falls Church.

The historical preconditions for industrialization--Medellín reconsidered. In: Proceedings, Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers, Boca Raton, Florida, Vol. 5, Robert J. Tata (ed.), pp. 19-24.


Carl Ortwin Sauer (1889-1975). Yearbook of the American Philosophical Society, 1975, pp. 163-167 (reprinted, Co-Evolution Quarterly, Summer 1976, pp. 45-47).

Carl Ortwin Sauer, 1889-1975. Geographical Review, Vol. 66, pp. 83-89.

Forest to Pasture: Development or Destruction? Revista Biológica Tropical, Vol. 24 (Suppl. 1), pp. 121-138. (Spanish translation, Del Bosque al Forestal, Desarrollo o Destruccion?, Tegucigalpa, 1977.)


Note: Corporate Farming in California. Geographical Review, Vol. 67, pp. 354-357.

Geography as Exploration and Discovery. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 67, pp. 1-16.

Abstract: Late Quaternary Cyclic Sedimentation, San Jorge River Floodplain, Colombia. (with Roy Shlemon) X INQUA Congress, Birmingham, England, 1977, p. 419.

Una clase de alimento tan delicioso, pp. 66-70; Historia de la pesca de la tortuga en el Caribe Occidental, pp. 71-77; Historia del comercio del carey en la Costa Caribe de Centro America, pp. 78-83; Conducidas cada año a sus propias manos, pp. 89-92. In: B. Nietschmann (ed.), Memorias de Arrecife Tortuga: História Natural y Económica de las Tortugas en el Caribe de América Central. Banco de América (Serie Geografía y Naturaleza 2), Managua.

Carl Ortwin Sauer, 1889-1975. In Memorium (University of California), pp. 205-206 (with J. Leighly, W. Borah and L.B. Simpson).


More on Pre-Columbian Raised Fields (Camellones) in the Bajo San Jorge and Bajo Cauca, Colombia. In: William Denevan (ed.), The Role of Geographic Research in Latin America (Proceedings, 1st International Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers, Paipa, Colombia, August, 1977), Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers Publication No. 7, Muncie, Indiana, pp. 117-124.


Die Eichelmast-Schweinehaltung in den Eichenwäldern Sudwestspaniens. In: H.W. Windhorst (ed.), Beiträge zur Geographie der Wald- und Forstwirtschaft. (Wege der Forschung, Band 517), Darmstadt, pp. 147-175 (originally published in Geographical Review, 52:211-235, 1962).

La Colonización Antioqueña en Colombia Occidental. Spanish language version of revised 1969 U.C. Press edition of Antioqueño Colonization in Western Colombia, with new Preface and revisions (Bogotá: Carlos Valencia, Editores), 240 pp.

Urabá: Salida de Antioquia al Mar. Spanish translation of "Antioquia's Corridor to the Sea: An Historical Geography of Urabá," Ibero-Americana No. 49, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1967 (Medellín: Instituto de Integración Cultural), 164 pp.

Footloose and Fancy Free--Residential Choice of SFO and LAX-based Airline Pilots. Yearbook, Association of Pacific Coast Geographers, Vol. 40.

The Later Sauer Years. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 69, No. 1 (75th Anniversary edition), pp. 9-15.


The Europeanization of the Savanna Environments of Northern South Americathe Orinoco Llanos and the North Coast of Colombia. In: David R. Harris (ed.), The Human Ecology of Savanna Environments, (Proceedings of the Wenner-Gren Foundation Symposium, Burg Wartenstein, Austria, August 1978), Academic Press, New York and London, pp. 267-289.

Robert C. West, Geographer. Geoscience and Man (Baton Rouge) Vol. 21, pp. 1-15. (with William V. Davidson).

La geografia como exploración y descubrimiento. Trimestre Geográfico (Bogotá), Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 1-25 (translation from Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 1977).


The Ecological Dimension: Ten Years Later. In: Proceedings, Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers, 8:23-33.

Human Influence on the Pine and Laurel Forests of the Canary Islands. Geographical Review, Vol. 71, pp. 253-271.


The Northern Andean Environment. Mountain Research and Development, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 253-262. (Also appears as Ch. 1 in Dennis V. Johnson (ed.), The Northern Andes: Environmental and Cultural Change (UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme, Project Area 6); Spanish language edition, Montevideo, 1985, pp. 15-32.

Beef Cattle. In: Dan Janzen (ed.), Costa Rican Natural History, University of Chicago Press, pp. 77-79.


Mapping and Dating the Prehistoric Raised Fields of the Guayas Basin, Ecuador. Boletín del Museo Arqueológico, 2:31-37.

The Migration of Canary Islanders to the Americas: a Continuous Current Since Columbus. The Americas, 39(4):447-481.


60 Years of Berkeley Geography, 1923-1983 (with Natalia Vonnegut), Department of Geography, Berkeley, Nov. 1983, 163 pp.

Alqunas Observaciones sobre la Isla Mona, un emporio de pan de casabe en el Caribe durante el Siglo XVI. Yearbook of the Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers, Vol. 10, pp. 10-18.


On 'Bioregionalism' and 'Watershed Consciousness'. Professional Geographer, 37:1-6.

Review article: The Canary Islands and America: Studies in a Unique Relationship. Latin American Research Review, 20(2):189-199.

The Canary Islands Search for Stability. Focus (American Geographical Society), (April), 35(2):22-29.

Influencias humanas en los bosques de pino y de laurel de las islas Canarias. Documens d'Analisi Geográfica (Barcelona) 7:149-173. Transl. from Geographical Review, 1981.

Raised Field Farmers as Pre-Columbian Landscape Engineers: Looking North from the San Jorge, Colombia. British Archaeological Survey Series, No. 232 (Oxford), pp. 149-165.

San Andrés y Providencia. 2nd Spanish edition. El Áncora Editores, Bogotá, 167 pp.


Now this Matter of Cultural GeographyCarl Sauer's Last Seminar (editor). In Martin Kenzer (ed.), Carl O. Sauer: a Tribute, Association of Pacific Coast Geographers, Corvallis, OR, pp. 153-163.

A Geographer Looks at the San Joaquin Valley. Geographical Review 76:371-389.


Review article: Levi Marrero on Cuba. Journal of Historical Geography, 13(1):67-71.

John Leighly, 1895-1986. In Memorium (University of California), pp. 174-177 (with D. Hooson, T. Oberlander and D. Stanislawski).

Mapping and Dating the Prehistoric Raised Fields of the Guayas Basin, Ecuador (with Roy Shlemon). In Prehistoric Agricultural Fields in the Andean Region (William M. Denevan, Kent Mathewson and Gregory Knapp, eds.), pp. 207-216, B.A.R., No. 359, Oxford. Originally published, Miscelánea Antropológica Ecuatoriana, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 31-37, 1982.

The Origin and Dispersal of the Domesticated Canary, Journal of Cultural Geography, 7(2):19-34 (Revision in American Cage Bird Magazine, March 1989).


Hillside Letters in the Western Landscape, Landscape, 30(1):15-23 (Abstracted in Harper's, January 1989.

The San Joaquin Valley: Agricultural Cornucopia, (with Paul Starrs), Focus, 38: 7-11.

The Scourge of Cows: Livestock and Economic Development in the Third World," Whole Earth Review, 40-47. (Reprinted, Geography 91/92, Gerald R. Pitzl, ed., Guilford Publishing: Guilford, CT, 1991.)


John Leighly, 1895-1986, Geographer's Biobibliographical Studies (London), v. 12, 113-120.

Hispanic Lands and Peoples: Selected Writings of James J. Parsons, W.M. Denevan, ed., Westview Press, Boulder, Co., 460 pp.

Prologo, Alberto Mayor Mora: Etica, Trabajo y Producción en Antioquia (revised 3rd ed.), Bogota, pp. 7-14.

Reminiscencias sobre La Colonizacion Antioqueña, La Colonizacion Antioqueña, Fundación Investigative de la Universidad de Caldas (FIDUCAL): Manizales, pp. 9-22.

Poblamiento del Valle del Sinú, Cuadernos de Geografía (Bogota), 1(1):37-54.


Campbell Pennington (Carl O. Sauer Award), Yearbook, Conference of Latin Americanist Geographers (CLAG), 16:99-100.


Giant American Bamboo in the Vernacular Architecture of Colombia and Ecuador. Geographical Review 81(2):131-152.


Geography, in Latin America and the Caribbean: a Critical Guide to Research Sources, Paula H. Covington, ed., SALAM (Seminar in Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials), pp. 267-275. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Before Greenwich: the Canary Islands, El Hierro, and the Dilemma of the Prime Meridian, in S. T. Wong, ed., Person, Place and Thing: Interpretative and Empirical Essays in Cultural Geography, Geoscience and Man, Vol. 31, pp. 61-78, Baton Rouge.

Southern Blooms: Latin America and the World of Flowers. Queens Quarterly (Kingston, Ont.), 99(3):542-561.

Las regiones tropicales americánas: Visión geográfica de James J. Parsons, Joaquín Molano, ed. Bogota: Fondo FEN Colombia. 427 pp.

Quartzsite AZ, RVers Winter Rendevous. Focus (American Geographical Society), 42(3):1-3.



The Marigold (Tagetes spp.) and the Cult of the Dead in Puebla-Tlaxcala, in K. Mathewson, ed., Culture, Form, and Place: Essays in Cultural and Historical Geography, Geoscience and Man, Vol. 32, pp. 275-286, Baton Rouge.


Colombia. Encyclopedia Britannica, Vol. 6, pp. 571-579 (co-author).

Cultural Geography at Work, in Kenneth Foote et al., eds., Re-reading Cultural Geography, pp. 281-288. University of Texas Press, Austin.


Amazon River Basin (co-author), Britannica Book of the Year: 1995, pp. 521-523. Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., Chicago.


"Mr. Sauer" and The Writers, Geographical Review 86:22-41.

Carl Sauer's Vision of an Institute for Latin American Studies, Geographical Review 86:377-384.

Urabá, Salida de Antioquia al Mar: Geografía e Historia de su Colonización, 2nd Spanish edition. El Áncora Editores, Bogotá, 162 pp.

On the Pleasures of Being a Geographer, Geographical Bulletin, Vol. 38, No. 2, pp. 69-70.


Introduction (Section on Latin America), in M. Pasqualetti, ed., The Evolving Landscape: Homer Aschmann's Geography, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, pp. 83-88.

La Colonización Antioqueña en el Occidente de Colombia, 4th Spanish edition. El Ancora Editores, Bogotá, 302 pp.


Sea Turtles and Turtle Eggs, in Cambridge World History of Food and Nutrition. Cambridge University Press.



Review: E. Aubert de la Rue, Les Nouvelles Hebrides, Geographical Review, vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 517-518.


Review: C.C. Rister, Oil: Titan of the Southwest, Geographical Review, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 157-158.

Review: Ivan M. Elchibegoff, United States International Timber Trade in the Pacific Area, Geographical Review, vol. 40, no. 1, pp. 168-169.


Review: W.G. Cunningham, The Aircraft Industry: A Study in Industrial Location, Geographical Review, vol. 42, no. 4, pp. 675-676.


Review: Robert C. West, Colonial placer mining in Colombia, The Pacific Historical Review, vol. 42, no. 4, pp. 174-175.


Review: E. Ayres and C.A. Scarlott, Energy sources: the wealth of the world, Geographical Review, vol. 44, no. 2, pp. 320-322.

Review: W. Lauer, R.D. Schmidt, R. Schröder, C. Troll, Studien zur Klima und Vegetationskunde der Tropen, Geographical Review, vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 468-469.

Review: J.R. Stockton, R.C. Henshaw, Jr., R. Graves, Economics of Natural Gas, Economic Geography, vol. 30, no. 2, p. 182.


Review: Fritz Bartz, San Francisco-Oakland Metropolitan Area; Strukturwandlugen eines US-americanischen Groszstadtkomplex, Erdkunde, vol. 8, no. 4.

Review: Emilio Robledo, Bosquejo biográfico del señòr Oidor Juan Mon y Velarde, visitador de Antioquia 1785-1788, Hispanic-American Historical Review, vol. 35, pp. 517-519.

Review: Luis Ospina Vásquez, Industria y proteccion en Colombia, 1810-1930, Hispanic-American Historical Review, vol. 35, pp. 506-508.

Review: Mariano de Carcer y Disdier, Disertaciones sobre la papa, Hispanic-American Historical Review, pp. 388-389.


Review: Orlando Fals-Borda, Peasant Society in the Colombian Andes: A Sociological Study of Saucío, Hispanic-American Historical Review, pp. 388-389.


Review: Jaime Arroyo, Historia de la Gobernación de Popayán, Hispanic-American Historical Review, pp. 149-150.

Review: Pierre de Schlippe, Shifting Cultivation in Africa, Geographical Review, vol. 48,pp. 137-3.

Review: Rayfred L. Stevens, La Obra de Alexander von Humboldt en Mexico, Hispanic-American Historical Review, Feb. 1958, pp. 130-131.

Review: Robert C. West, The Pacific Lowlands of Colombia, A Negroid Area of the American Tropics, Economic Geography, vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 373-374.

Review: Emiliano Restrepo E., Una excursion al territorio de San Martin, Hispanic-American Historical Review, p. 346.

Review: Jeografia fisica i politica de las provincias de la Nueva Granada, Hispanic-American Historical Review, p. 494.


Review: Erich Zimmermann, Conservation in the Production of Petroleum, Economic Geography, vol. 35, pp. 182-183.

Review: Bruce Netchert, The Future Supply of Oil and Gas, Economic Geography, vol. 35, pp. 182-183.



Review: Estall and Buchanan, Industrial Activity and Economic Geography, Economic Geography, vol. 38, pp. 180-182.


Review: Victor Manuel Patiño, Plantas cultivadas y animales domésticas en America Equinoccial, Tomo I, Hispanic-American Historical Review, p. 446-447.

Review: Dan Stanislawski, Portugal's Other Kingdom, the Algarve, Economic Geography, vol. 39, pp. 275-276.

Review: Joseph A. Tosi, Jr., Zonas de Vida Natural en el Perú, Economic Geography, vol. 38, pp. 278-280.

Review: Wynne Thorne (ed.), Land and Water Use--A Symposium, AAAS Publ. 68, Science, August 2, 1963, p. 422.


Review: Watt Stewart, Keith & Costa Rica, Hispanic-American Historical Review, vol. 45, pp. 313-316.

Review: Gerhard Sandner, La Colonización Agrícola en Costa Rica, Hispanic-American Historical Review, vol. 45, p. 338.

Review: Arthur R. Steele, Flowers for the King; the Expedition of Ruíz and Pavón and the Flora of Perú, Hispanic-American Historical Review, vol. 45, pp. 484-487.

Review: Luis Duque Gómez, Historia de Pereira, Hispanic-American Historical Review, vol. 45, p. 174.

Review: Juan Friede, Los Quimbayas bajo la dominación española, Hispanic-American Historical Review, vol. 45, pp. 414-15.


Review: H.C. Brookfield and Paula Brown, Struggle for Land, Landscape, Winter, 1966-67, p. 37.

Review: H. Lautensach, Die Iberische Halbinsel, Geographical Review, vol. 56, no. 2, pp. 306-307.


Review: R.C. West and J. Augelli, Middle America: Its Lands and Peoples, Geographical Review, vol. 57, no. 4, pp. 585-587.



Review: Franz Termer, Karl Theodor Sapper, 1866-1945: Leben und wirken eines deutschen geographen und geologen, Hispanic-American Historical Review, vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 462-463.


Review: Freda Bullard, Mexico's Natural Gas: The Beginning of an Industry, Economic Geography, pp. 374-375.


Review: Virginia Gutierrez Pineda, La Familia y Cultura en Colombia, Caribbean Studies, 10(1):122-123.

Review: Hans Blume, Die West Indischen Inseln, Geographical Review, 60, pp. 282-284.

Review: Graciela Uribe Ortega, La Localizacion de la Actividad Manufactura en Chile, Economic Geography, vol. 46, no. 1, pp. 107-108.


Review: Hans G. Gierloff-Emden. Mexico: Eine Ländeskunde, Professional Geographer, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 84-85.


Review: T. Bentley Duncan. Atlantic Islands: Madeira, the Azores, and the Cape Verdes in Seventeenth Century Commerce and Navigation, Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 383-385, August 1973.


Review: Peter Gerhard. A guide to the historical geography of New Spain, American Historical Review, June 1974, pp. 914-915.

Review: Bernard Nietschmann, Between Land and Water: The Subsistence Ecology of the Miskito Indianas, Eastern Nicaragua, Geographical Review, 64:298-300, April 1974.

Review: Michael Nelson, The development of tropical lands; policy issues in Latin American, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 64(3):453-454, September 1, 1974.

Review: Putting "Life" into Geography: Biogeographical Reflections on Plants, Animals, and Environmental Quality (The President's Program), Proceedings, Association of American Geographers, vol. 7, p. 306.


Review: Charles Bennett, Man and Earth's Ecosystems, Co-Evolution Quarterly, Summer issue, p. 53.


Review: Jean Demangeot, Les Espaces Naturels Tropicaux: Essai de geographie physique, Geographical Review, 67(2):245-246.

Review: Carolyn Hall, El Cafe y el desarrollo histórico-geográfico de Costa Rica. Hispanic-American Historical Review, 57(3):543-545.

Review: William J. Smole, The Yanoama, a Cultural Geography, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 67:280-282.


Review: William F. Sharp, Slavery on the Spanish Frontier: The Colombian Choco, 1680-1810, Hispanic-American Historical Review, 58:717-718.


Review: R.A. Donkin, Spanish Red: An Ethnographic Study of Cochineal and the Opuntia Cactus, Journal of Historical Geography, 5:361-362.


Review: Enrique Otte, Las perlas del Caribe: Nueva Cadiz de Cubagua, Journal of Historical Geography, 6:103-105.

Review: O.H.K Spate, The Spanish Lake, Geographical Review, 70:352-353.

Review, Robert C. West, Carl Sauer's Field Work in Latin America, Hispanic-American Historical Review, 60:346-347.


Review: R.A. Donkin, Agricultural Terracing in the Aboriginal New World, Agricultural History, 416-417.

Review: George F. Carter, It's Earlier Than You Think: A Personal View of Man in America, Economic Geography, 57:182-183.

Review: Orlando Fals Borda, História doble de la Costa: Mompox y Loba, and Alejandro Reyes Posada, Latifundio y poder político, Hispanic-American Historical Review, 61:131-132.


Review: J.V. Thirgood, Man and the Mediterranean Forest: a History of Resource Depletion, Geographical Review, 73:356-357.

Review: David Hornbeck, California Patterns: a Geographical and Historical Atlas and Crane S. Miller and Richard Hyslop, California: the Geography of Diversity, California History, 62:142-143.


Review: William L. Preston, Vanishing Landscapes: Land and Life in the Tulare Basin, Journal of Historical Geography, 9(2):?.


Review: Stanley Heckadon Moreno, Cuando se Acaban los Montes and Burton L. Gordon, Panama Forest and Shore: Natural History and Amerindian Culture in Bocas del Toro, Professional Geographer, 36:509-510.


Review: Gerhard Sandner, Zentralamerika und der Ferne Karibische Westen, Geographical Review, 86:334-336.


Review: Robert Gwynne, Industrialization and Urbanization in Latin America, Annals of Regional Science, 21(3):175-177.

Review: Catherine Le Grande. Frontier Expansion and Peasant Protest in Colombia, 1830-1936, Journal of Historical Geography, 13(2):223-224.

Review: Robert C. West, An Atlas of Louisiana Surnames of French and Spanish Origin, Names, 35:95-98.


Review: Samuel A. Gutiérrez, La Arquitectura en dos Archipielagos Caribeños and Arquitectura de la Epoca del Canal [de Panama], 1880-1914, Hispanic-American Historical Review, 68(1):158-160.


Review: John Super, Food, Conquest and Colonization in Sixteenth Century Spanish America, Hispanic-American Historical Review, 69(2):347-348.


Review: Jonathan Sauer, Plant Migration: the Dynamics of Geographical Patterning in Seed Plant Species, Fremontia (California Native Plant Society). 18(4):72-73.


Review: Robert Kelley, Battling the Inland Sea: American Political Culture, Public Policy, and the Sacramento Valley, 1850-1986, Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 81(1):172-174.


Review: B.L. Turner II, et al., eds., The Earth as Transformed by Human Action: Global and Regional Changes in the Biosphere over the Last 300 Years. American Scientist, July-Aug., 80:389-90.

Review: William Doolittle. Canal Irrigation in pre-historic Mexico. Annals, Association of American Geographers 82(1): 158-159

Review: Conrad Bahre, A Legacy of Change: Human Impact on Vegetation in the Arizona Borderlands. Agricultural History, 66:82-84.


Review: Jonathan Sauer, Historical Geography of Crop Plants. Professional Geographer, 46(3):403-404.


Review: Jack Goody, The Culture of Flowers. Annals, Association of American Geographers, 85(1):208-210.


Review: Philip Fradkin, The Seven States of California. California History, 75:291.


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