The relationship (or lack thereof) between physical and human geography is a longstanding discussion within the field. The articles in this special issue provide a small sample of the rapidly growing body of integrated physical and critical human geography research. This issue presents a subset of the broad range of methods currently employed in CPG research. The authors work across the divide, combining insights from geomorphology, ecology, and biogeography with approaches from participatory action research, political ecology, science and technology studies, and environmental history.
Introduction to special issue on critical physical geography
Table of Contents — October 2015, 39 (5)
Progress in Physical Geography
October 2015 39: 571–575, doi:10.1177/0309133315608006