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Volume 40-1, May 1998

Cover and Forewords
Projections and Perceptions- Editorial Comment: The Limits of Convergence; Nature, Nurture, and Growth.
Jeffrey D. Sachs (Harvard University)

Shanghai's Frontier: Pudong New Development Area.
Hongyan Jia and Robert M. Ward (Eastern Michigan University)

A Brief History of the Delta Zeta Chapter at South Dakota State University, Brookings, South Dakota.
Donald J. Berg (South Dakota State University)

Third World Development and Population: A Reflection.
Engdawork Desta (ADMAS Consultants)

The Geographic Society and Gamma Theta Upsilon at Arizona State University.
Malcolm L. Comeaux (Arizona State University)

Assessment of the Growth, Nature, and Character of Three Squatter Settlements in the Durban Functional Area, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Hari P. Garbharran (Middle Tennessee State University)

The Heat/Humidity Quandary: A Case Study of New England.
Carl F. Ojala (Eastern Michigan University) and William Babcock (National Weather Service)

Book Reviews.

Contemporary Europe: A Geographic Analysis.
Wendy Shaw (Southern Illinois University)

People, Politics, and Economic Life. An Interactive Exploration of the Appalachian Region.
Wendy Shaw (Southern Illinois University)

The Geography of South Dakota.
Donald J. Berg (South Dakota State University)

Physical Hydrology.
Patricia J. Beyer (Arizona State University)

Environmental Geography: Science, Land Use, and Earth Systems. Eric Matranga (Arizona State University)

Exploring Geographic Information Systems.
Paul R. Burger (Southern Illinois University)

Regions of Risk: A Geographical Introduction to Disasters.
Taly D. Drezner (Arizona State University)