Southeastern Geographer

Articles from Vol. 49, No. 1, Spring

Average Tropical Cyclone Intensity along the Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and North Florida Coasts
An analysis of the paths of tropical storms and hurricanes affecting the Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and north Florida coasts was conducted to determine both the average intensity of storms up to 250 km inland and 200 km out to sea, and changes...
Ethnic Enclave or International Corridor? Immigrant Businesses in a New South City
Immigration is changing the U.S. South in unprecedented ways. First and later generations of Latinos and Asians comprise increasing portions of the population in towns and cities across the region. Some of these newcomers have started entrepreneurial...
Fifty-One Years of Shoreline Change at Little Lagoon, Alabama
In Alabama the term "coastal shoreline" applies to the Gulf shoreline and the shorelines of estuaries, bays, and sounds connected to the Gulf of Mexico and subject to its tides. However, Alabama shoreline studies have yet to include Little Lagoon,...
Geologic Evidence of Hurricane Rita Recovered from Texas Point, TX
Hurricane Rita made landfall at the Texas/ Louisiana border on 24 September 2005 as a category 3 hurricane. In November 2006, four cores were recovered along a north-south transect from the marsh at Texas Point, TX. Loss-on-ignition and grain size...
Introduction
Dear Readers, The Southeastern Geographer is now a quarterly journal! We have expanded the journal because of the growing interest and ongoing commitment to build the journal into a recognized outlet for peer-reviewed research. The goal is to become...
Mapping Academic Achievement and Public School Choice under the No Child Left Behind Legislation
The geography of educational outcomes and school choice remains an under-researched area. This article investigates factors associated with the spatial aspects of academic achievement gap and explores the geographical inequalities of public school...
Observations of Environmental Change in Cuba
INTRODUCTION Analysis of global processes of change at the regional scale is vitally important to not only better predict and prepare for change occurring at the regional scale but also to better understand the drivers of change, as they tend to...