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Geographical Sciences

This guide contains information on selected resources for research in Geography. It includes both print and electronic resources. Many electronic resources, such as indexes and journals, are available to ASU-affiliated users only.

Bibliographies & Research Guides

Geographers biobibliographical studies. Vol. 29 Vol. 29 Vol. 29 London, Continuum, 2010.

American Geographical Society. Current Geographical Publications. Milwaukee, WI: American Geographical Society. Print Edition: High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G3 .A45x

Baker, Daniel B., ed., 1993. Explorers and discoverers of the World. West Valley campus (Fletcher) Library, Stacks G200 .E96x 1993

Barton, Thomas Frank. 1992. Leaders in American geography. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G67 .B37 1992 V.1

Brewer, James Gordon. 1978. The literature of geography: a guide to its organisation and use. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G116 .B7x 1978

Wheeler, James O. 1989. Bibliography on geographic thought, 1950-1982. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G70 .W53x 1983

British Museum. Map Room, 1967. Catalogue of printed maps, charts and plans. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks GA105 .B74x 1967 Folio

Buttimer, Anne, 1983. The practice of geography. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G67 .B87 1983

Fisher, David; Price, Sandra P., and Hanstock, Terry, eds. 2002. Information sources in the social sciences. West Valley campus (Fletcher) Library, Stacks H61 .I56 2002

Freeman, T. W., 1977 - 2008. Geographers: biobibliographical studies. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G67 .G44x

Goddard, Stephen, editor, 1983. A Guide to information sources in the geographical sciences. High Density Storage Collection, Stacks ; G116 .G84x

Grim, Ronald E., 1982. Historical geography of the United States : a guide to information sources.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks ; E179.5 .G74x 1982

Harris, Chauncy Dennison. 1976. Bibliography of geography.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks H31 .C514

Harris, Chauncy Dennison eds. 1985. A Geographical bibliography for American libraries.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G1 .C13

Johnson, Jenny Marie. 2003. Geographic information: how to find it, how to use it.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G116 .J65 2003

Larkin, Robert P. and Peters, Gary L., 1993. Biographical dictionary of geography.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G67 .L37 1993

Library of Congress. Geography and Map Division. Fire insurance maps in the Library of Congress: plans of North American cities and towns produced by the Sanborn Map Company : a checklist.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks HG 9771 .L5x 1981

Moffat, Riley M., 1985. Map index to topographic quadrangles of the United States, 1882-1940.
Hayden Library, Map Geospatial Hub Reference ; GA405 .M64

Parry, Robert B. and Perkins, C. R., eds., 1987. World mapping today.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G7 .R91

Smith, Ben A. 2003. American geographers, 1784-1812: a bio-bibliographical guide.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks G67 .S65 2003

Stark, Peter L., 1989. A cartobibliography of separately published U.S. Geological Survey special maps and river surveys.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks GA405 .S83x 1989

Sukwal, B. L. 1996. Political geography: a comprehensive systematic bibliography.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks JC319 .S86x 1996

Webb, William H., editor, 1986. Sources of information in the social sciences, Chapter 3: Geography.
High Density Storage Collection, Stacks H61 .S68x 1986

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