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Geography @ The Beach Welcomes the
Association of Pacific Coast Geographers
Long Beach, California, 17-20 October 2007
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The Department of Geography at Califoria State University, Long Beach, is proud to host the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers. The conference will meet from the 17th to the 20th of October in dynamic downtown Long Beach at the Hilton on West Ocean Boulevard.

The program features an opening reception on Wednesday the 17th, a Thursday filled with field trips in this fascinating region ending with a Cambodian dinner, paper sessions and panels on Friday and Saturday, and an evening banquet on Saturday the 20th.

The guest speaker for the opening reception on Wednesday is Jenny Price, author and environmental historian. Her presentation is entitled, "Los Angeles has a river? Resurrecting the most famous forgotten river in the United States." President Kate Berry has put together a plenary panel for Friday evening, which will address "Mainstreaming Indigenous Geography." Saturday evening is the gala awards banquet.


A Huge Thanks to Our Sponsors and Vendors

For a current list of donors and vendors supporting this conference, please click here

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The field trips include:
  • Ethnic Neighborhoods of LA/Orange Ctys
  • Los Angeles against the Mountains
  • Port of Long Beach
  • self-guided tour: Queen Mary
  • self-guided tour: Aquarium of the Pacific
  • self-guided tour: Museum of Latin American Art

Revised: 10/13/07
Department of Geography