Canadian Geographer


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The beginning:
Canadian Geographer
Section 1
Canadian Geographer began publication in 1950. In its early years, the periodical was more focused on reporting on the activities of the Canadian Association of Geographers. Throughout much of the 1950s, the research articles that appeared in Canadian Geographer tended to discuss the state of the profession of geography in Canada. As time elapsed, the periodical began to add more in the way of scientific studies, typically of weather effects and Canadian environmental issues. By the 2000s, reflecting the orientation of geography itself, Canadian Geographer carried a mix of quantitative studies and qualitative studies, with qualitative work often falling into the category of theoretical critiques. Table 1...
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