September, 1996
 
RICHARD L. MORRILL
Department of Geography
University of Washington
Seattle WA 98195
Tel. (206) 543-5285 Fax 543-3313
morrill@u.washington.edu
 
Born: Los Angeles, 1934
 
Education
 
Beverly Hills High School, 1951
Dartmouth College, B.A., 1955
University of Washington, M.A. 1957, Ph.D., 1959
Post Doc. University of Lund, Sweden, 1960-61
 
Professional Record *Current
 
1959-1960 Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
1960-1961 Post-doctoral research in Sweden, University of Lund
1961-1962 NSF Summer Institute for Quantitative Methods in Geography
1961-1964 Assistant Professor ,University of Washington
1964-1968 Associate Professor, University of Washington
1966-1967 Project Director, Chicago Regional Hospital Study and
Visiting Associate Professor, Univ. of Chicago
1969-present Professor, University of Washington,Geography,
Environmental Studies*
1970 Sir John McTaggart Fellow, University of Glasgow
1973-1986 Associate Director, Institute for Environmental Studies
1990 Winter: Acting Director, IES
1973-1983 Chairman, Department of Geography, Univ. of Washington
1973-1983 Member, State Board of Geographic Names
1974-1976 Chairman, Advisory Committee on Urban and Regional Affairs
1979-1982 Member, Advisory Review Panel for Geography and Regional
Science, National Science Foundation
1981-1984 and 1985-1988 Census Advisory Committee on Population,
Bureau of the Census
1983-1985 Delegate, American Council of Learned Societies
1983-1984 John Simon Guggenheim Fellow
1984-1987 National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Basic Research
in the Social and Behavioral Sciences
1987- 1990 Director, Social Science Institute
See also special reports and activities section
1991 Visiting Professor, Geography Dartmouth College (Fall)
1992 -96 Chair, Interdisciplinary Group for the PhD in Urban Design and Planning
1991- Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Public Affairs
1996 - Adjunct Professor, Department of Urban Design and Planning
 
 
Awards
 
1971 Meritorious Achievement, Association of American Geographers
1972 Honorary Fellow, American Geographical Society
1974,1986 Geographers on Film
1983-1984 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship
1992 Software Competition Winner, Microcomputer Spec Group (AAG)
 
Major Teaching and Research Areas
 
Economic Geography
location theory, transportation, regional planning and development
Social-political geography
inequality, segregation; population and migration; health services;
Redistricting and local government reform
Urban geography, regional planning (growth management)
Methodology
spatial analysis; location and movement models
United States ; Pacific Northwest, Seattle
 
Professional Associations
 
Association of American Geographers*
Councillor, 1971-1974
Committees
Geography, society and public policy
Policy planning
Status of Women
Information systems
Census advisory, 1983-1986
Secretary, 1979-1981, President, 1981-1982
Political Geography Specialty Group*: President, 1983-1985
Population specialty group* (council)
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Regional Science Association*
International Union for the Scientific Study of Population*
International Migration Society*
Population Association of America*
American Geographical Society*
Western Regional Science Association*; council, 1983-present
Vice President 1991-1992, President, 1992-1994
Lambda Alpha (Land Economics honorary), President, Seattle chapter, 1986-1987*
International Geographical Union
Commission on Public Administration*
Commission on Population and Settlement
Commission on Political Geography
 
 
 
Research Grants
1958-1959 NIMH Research Fellowship
1960-1962 National Science Foundation: Migration and Urbanization
1963 National Science Foundation Publication Award
1966-1969 Project Director, Chicago Regional Hospital Study (NIH)
1970-1973 National Science Foundation, Experimental Derivation of
Theoretical Surfaces
1975-1976 National Science Foundation, Research Management
Improvement Project
1976 Washington, OPPFM, Alternatives for Washington
1977 National Science Foundation Publication award
1977 Center for Health Services Research
1979-1981 National Science Foundation, Population Redistribution
1980 US Army Corps of Engineers, Shohomish River Basin
1981-1982 Rose Institute: Redistricting Model Plans
1983-1984 John Simon Guggenheim fellowship
1983-1985 National Science Foundation: Quality of Political
redistricting
1986 Washington:Supt. of Public Instruction: Special Needs
Students
1990-1991 Bureau of the Census, Metropolitan area concepts
1996 Travel Safety of the Elderly
 
University Committees and Activities
 
Co-Chairman, Urban and Regional Science Research Group
Graduate School Research Fund
Environmental Studies (board to establish)
Walker-Ames committee
Conflict Studies
Student Housing
Peace Corps
Organization for Tropical Studies
Facilities and Services
Grants and Contracts
Group IV: Graduate Faculty Council
Governing Board, CSSCR, 1975-1984
Search committee (often chair) for chairman or director: Environmental Studies,
Urban Planning, Political Science, Economics, etc.
Advisory Board, Institute for Governmental Research
Advisory Board, Urban Transportation
Advisory Board, Center for Population Studies
Advisory Committee, Health Services Research (led to department)
Review committee chair: Urban Planning Graduate Degrees
Committee on Urban University
Graduate School, Individual PHD Committee ,1977-1984
Search Commiteee, Dean of Architecture and Planning
University Representative: Washington Transportation Center: 1980-1984
Search committee chair: Director, School of Communications, 1981-1983
Search committee chair. Economics, 1987
Senate Executive Committee, 1984-1985
Senate: 1985-1988
College Council, Arts and Sciences, 1985-1989
Steering Committee and Director, Social Science Institute, 1987-1990
Chair, Graduate School Group on Growth and its Management,1989-94
Chair, Graduate School Interdisc. Comm on PhD Urban Planning , 1991-96
and Graduate Program Coordinator
University Committee on Future Enrollment
Numerous short term review committees!
 
Special Reports and Activities (selected) * Current
1970 Critical evaluation, Forward Thrust Rapid Transit for Seattle
1972 Special Master, Federal District Court, Seattle, Redistricting
plans for the Legislative and Congressional districts of Washington
1973-1977 Editorial Board, Warner Modular Publications
1975 Review, Alternatives for Washington
1975 Review, RIBCO Water Management Studies
1975 King County Intermediate School district Boundary Study
1976 Seattle Neighborhood School Closure Impact Study
1976 King County- Subcounty District Committee
1976-present Seattle-Everett Statistical Area Committee; Key Person,
1979-present *
1977 Consultant, King County Charter Review commission
1977-1983 Consultant, State of Mississippi (Redistricting)
1979 Arizona State university, Site visit and review (geography)
1979 Man in the Arctic Program (NSF) Site visit and review
1979-1980 King county: Population change on the urban fringe
1979-1980 METRO TRANSITion committee on downtown transportation
1980-1981 Rose Institute, consultant on California redistricting
1980 Island county, Washington, consultant on redistricting
1980 Pierce county, consultant on charter reform and redistricting
1980-1984 National Academy of Sciences, Relating Science and
Technology to Navajo Development, Window Rock, Arizona
1981-1986 Advisory Board, Scientists and Citizens Organized on Policy
Issues (SCOPI)
1981 Ohio State University, Geography, external review
1981-1988 Bureau of the Census, Advisory Committee on Population
1982 Haifa,Israel, International Symposium on Political Geography
1983-1985 Chair, Political Geography specialty group
1983-present Editorial Board, Political Geography Quarterly*
1984 National Geographic Areas Conference, Census Bureau
1984-1987 Editorial Board, Professional Geographer
1984-1987 National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Basic research
in the Behavioral and Social Sciences
1985 External review, University of Arizona (geography)
1984-1987 Management and Planning Committee, Group Health
Cooperative
1984-1993 Member, King County Boundary Review Board (quasi
judicial body, appointed by the Governor, to deal with
annexation, incorporation, etc)*
1986-1990 National Academy of Sciences/NRC Graduate Fellowships
Committee
1986 Washington Supt. of Public Instruction: Special Needs Students
1987-1989 Seattle Public Schools: Alternate Desegregation Plans
1986-1988 Consultant to Washington Local Governance Study Commission
and House Local Government Committee
1987 METRO Transit: workshop on scenarios for future planning
1988-1989 University of Washington: Branch Campus Demographic
Analysis
1987-1988 King County 2000 (and Metro): METRO Council reform options
1987-1988 United Way: South King County Transportation study
1987-1992 Associate Editor, Human Geography, Annals ,Association of
American Geographers*
1988- Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project
(Technical Steering Panel-Battelle NW)*Chair, Demography Subcommittee
1987 Review of prospective PhD programs, West Virginia
University, Univ. of Massachusetts
1987-88 Review of Ph D proposal,site visits, Univ. of Idahoo
1988 ,1991 Special NSF Review Panel for Major GIS Centers*
1986-present Seattle Real Estate Research Committee (Demographic
correspondent: Semi annual contributions)*
1989 External review, University of Florida (geography)
1989 NAS/NRC Official reviewer, Transportation Review Board,
Year 2000, Future of Transportation Conference
1989-1991 Open and Accountable Governance Committee (King County)*
1989-pres NAS/USSR Academy of Sciences Exchange on Urban Problems*
1990 Consultant to Washington State Growth Strategies
Commission
1990- 1991 Project mgt, Puget Sound Geographic Information Data
sharing*1990 Puget Sound Environmental Scan (United Way)
1990 - Editorial Board, Geography Research Forum
1991-1992 PSCOG Regional Forecasting Committee
1991- present Transportation Study Group (re: METRO)
1993 - Municipal League. Committee on Local Governance
1994 Washington State Liquor Control Board, Privatization research
1995 - Editorial Board, Applied Geographic Studies
1995 - Editorial Board, Int'l Journal of Population Geography
1995 - Task force on urban social inequality (Decency Project)
1995- CRESP Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation
DOE project. task force on future land uses.
1995 Special research on future enrollment, higher education in Washington
 
 
Papers, Symposia, Lectures * by invitation
 
1959 Assoc. of American Geographers (hereafter AAG), Los Angeles
1960 International Geographical Congress, Stockholm, (urban history)
1960 International Geographical Congress, Symposium in Urban
Geography, Lund, Sweden*
1960 Symposium on Quantitative methods in Geography Chicago*
1960-1961 lectures: University of Copenhagen*
University of Lund*
Uppsala University*
1961 AAG, East Lansing, Mich.
1961 NSF Quantitiative Methods Institute, Chicago*
1962 Entretiens de Monaco: Symposium on Human Displacement*
1962 Regional Science Association, Pittsburgh (Migration distances)
1962 NSF Quantitative Methods institute, Chicago*
1963 AAG, Denver
1964 RSA (Regional Science Assoc), Ann Arbor*
1964 RSA (Western) Tempe, Arizona
1965 NASA Conference on Use of Orbiting Spacecraft in Geographic
Research, Houston*
1966 Social Science Research Institute, Hawaii *
1966 NSF Seminar on Advances in Geography, Ann Arbor*
1966 NSF Seminar on Advances in Quantitative Geography, Columbus*
1966 Highway Research Board, Washington*
1967 Forum on transportation engineering, Newark (ASME)*
1967 Indiana University (Chicago Hospital Study)*
1967 UCLA lecture *
1968 RSA, San Diego
1968 AAG, Washington DC *
1968 University of Wisconsin, Visiting Professor (2 weeks)*
1969 RSA (western) Newport Beach
1969 AAG, Ann Arbor
1970 RSA, San Diego
1970 AAG, San Francisco
1970 Sir John McTaggart Fellow, University of Glasgow*
Lectures at Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Bristol
1970 IGU Commission on Quantitative Methods, Columbus*
1971 AAG, Boston
1971 RSA, Los Angeles
1971 University of Cincinnati*
1972 University of Alberta*
1972 AAG, Kansas City
1972 RSA, San Diego
1972 Internaltional Geographical Congress, Vancouver BC (cultural
discord)*
1972 IntÕl Geographical Congress, Montreal, Quantitative Commission*
1972 IGU, London, Ontario, Regional Development Commission*
1972 Report to Census Bureau on ÒMissing Urbanized AreasÓ
1973 Report to Seattle 2000 Commission,ÓPitfalls on the path to Seattle
2000Ó*
1973 AAG, Atlanta
1974 AAG, Seattle (responsible for opening sessions, etc)
1974 Conference on Growth and the Quality of Life (Seattle)*
1974 Conference on Limits to Growth (Seattle)*
1974 RSA and Peace Research Society, Chicago, UN reform
1975 AAG, Milwaukee*
1975 US-Hungarian Exchange in Urban Geography, Budapest*
1975 Lectures, Interdisziplinaires Institut fur Raumordnung (Wien), and
University of Lund*
1976 AAG, New York*
1976 Philadelphia, Symposium on Urban Problems*
1976 Spokane, address , Washington Public Health association
 
1977 AAG, Salt Lake City*
1978 AAG, New Orleans*
1979 Edmonds, WA, Symposium on Growth*
1979 Seattle, WA. Symposium on Agricultural Land Preservation*
1979 AAG, Philadelphia*
1979 IGU, Lincoln, Nebraska (Settlement)*
1979 Santa Barbara, Pacific Coast Geographers (Migration)*
1979 RSA, Los Angeles (Migration)*
1980 AAG, Louisville, (Migration)
1980 Oxford, England, Symposium on Ethnic Segregation in Cities*
1980 Southwest Assoc of Geographers, Dallas (redistricting)*
1980 Iowa City, Univ. of Iowa, (regional planning)*
1981 AAG, Los Angeles. Settlement change
1981 Junior Statesmen (Seattle): Redistricting*
1981 Inst. Environmental Studies, UW, Land use change*
1981 Southeast Assoc of Geographers, Atlanta*
1982 Haifa, Israel, International Symposium on Cultural Pluralism*
1982 Portland State University (population change)*
1982 AAG, San Antonio (geographic profession)
1982 Airlie, Virginia, International Conference on forecasting regional
population change*
1982 Seattle, The Urban /Forest Interface symposium*
1983 Seattle Opportunities Industrialization center (demographic
trends)*
1983 AAG, Denver, Presidential Address (Responsibility of Geographers)*
1984 Western RSA, Monterey
1984 AAG, Washington, DC
1984 The Evergreen State College, Washington demographic trends*
1985 WRSA, San Diego: The Migration Decision
1985 AAG, Detroit: Quality of Congressional redistricting
1985 Columbus: Symposium for T HagerstrandÕs Honorary degree
(Migration decision making)*
1985 Society of Real Estate Appraisers: People and Jobs in the Seattle
Region; also KING radio interview*
1985 Miami, Regionalism and Reapportionment, Sunbelt Conference*
1985 Chatauqua Workshop, Human Ecology, Seattle (UW)*
1986 Spatial Statistics seminars, February and May (spatial statistics,
measures of segregation)*
1986 Population Assoc, San Francisco, Long Term Settlement change
1986 AAG, Minneapolis, American local government
1986 Seattle Weekly: Retail trade in greater Seattle*
 
1986 Barcelona, Spain, Int'l Geog. Congress, Metropolitan Government
Reform*
1986 Osnabruck, W. Germany, Post Industrial Conference (post industrial and de-
industrial polarization)*
1986 Seattle, NSF Biology workshop (UW), Human Ecology*
1986 Interstate Governance Resource Center, Transportation as the
determinant of land use*
1987 Portland, AAG (President's plenary session: Theoretical
Imperatives*
1987 WRSA, Kona, Hawaii, Local Demographic Structure
1987 Arizona State University* (school bussing)*
1988 Seattle Downtown ROTARY, Luncheon Speaker (Metropolitan Myths)*
1988 Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental relations and IGU
Commission on Public Administration, Washington, Local
Government Reform on the Urban Fringe*
1988 WRSA, Napa, California: School desegregation
1988 AAG, Phoenix: Impacts of the Quantitative Revolution*
1988 Popul. Assoc, New Orleans: Demographic effects of school busing
1988 Bellevue Downtown Assoc: panel on regional transportation*
1988 Seattle Area Hospital Council: on Future of the city*
1989 KING: panel on rail transit*
1989 Tukwila Chamber of Commerce: growth*
1989 Western RSA, San Diego: redistricting models
1989 Richland (Joint Center) Demographic aspects on Hanford Dose
Reconstruction *
1989 AAG, Baltimore
1989 ACIR-Washington DC: Boundary Review Boards*
1990 Western Regional Science: Population change, 1960-1990
1990 RSA, Santa Barbara, Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction*
1990 Sumner Rotary: Growth Management
1990 AAG, Toronto : Persistence of demographic variability*
1990 UW Faculty auxiliary: Growth management
1990 City Land Use Network: Demographics for neighborhood planning
1991 West Regional Science: Growth Management anomalies
1991 UN University Barcelona: Centralisation by subterfuge
1991 AAG: Miami: Geographic aspects of census adjustment
1991 Washington State Parks Commission: Demographic trends*
1991 Municipal League:APA: Growth Management Myths*
1991 Bureau of the Census: Metropolitan concepts* (December)
1992 Seattle Economists Club (February) Growth management*
1992 Lynwood Rotary (March) Growth Management*
1992 Western Regional Science Association (Feb) Growth Management*
1992 AAG, San Diego: Political redistricting, software competition*
1993 UW Center for Demography and Ecology, Aging in Place and migration
1993 WRSA (February) Presidential Address, Aging in PLace, Age-Specific Migraiton
and Natural Decrease
1993 AAG April. Invited Panel on History of Spatial Analysis
1993 Snohomish County: Growth Management talk
1994 WRSA: Volatility of US migration streams
1994 AAG: Affirmative gerrymandering and regional integrity
1995 WRSA: Dispersion of a birth cohort
1995 AAG: Racial gerrymandering and cumulative voting
1995 Population Association: Dispersion and Return of a birfh cohort
1995 Forum at N Seattle Community College: Future population and enrollment
1996 Western Regional Science, Napa CA, Febr. Spatial inequality in higher
education
1996 AAG Charlotte: Forum on racial gerrymandering
1996 UW Center for Demography: Enrollment forecasting
1996 Seattle Gray Panthers: Gentrification and Homelessness
1996 April Myer Wolfe Lecture: Cities, Plans and Markets
1996 (April) Seattle Master Builders: Growth Management
 
MA and PH.D Students Supervised
1964 Kerry Pataki (MA) Univ. Papua-New Guinea
1966 Ernest Wohlenberg (MA) Indiana Univ.
Harold Brodsky (PhD) Univ Maryland
1967 Geoffrey Hewings, MA) Univ Illinois
1968 Gregory Smith (PhD) Dominguez Hills Coll.
1969 Robert Earickson (PhD) Univ. Maryland
Richard Wilkie (PhD) Univ. Massachusetts
Frederick Hirsch (PhD) tax consultant
Dean Louder (MA) Laval U
1970 Ernest Wohlenberg (PhD) Indiana Univ
1971 Murray Chapman (PhD) Hawaii, East-West Center
Jonathan Lu (PhD) Univ Northern Iowa
1972 Paul Villenueve (PhD) University Laval
Stephen Golant (PhD) Univ. Florida
1973 Kenneth Popp (MA) Planning
Diane Manninen (MA) Battelle NW
Fedva Dikmen (MA) Dikmen Travel, Seattle
Dean Louder (PhD) University Laval
Glenn Vanselow (PhD) Port of Portland
John Symons (pHD) Urban consulting
1974 Fred Donaldson (PhD) Private teaching and wildlife/Montana
Virginia Hetrick (PhD) Univ of Florida
James Buss (MA) Computer business
1975 David Stallings (PhD) METRO
1977 Sallie Miller (MA) Port of Portland
1978 John Bannick (MA) Boston, computer business
1979 Gail Klein (PhD) Chicago, business consulting
1980 Diane Manninen (PhD) Battele Northwest (HARC)
1981 Michael Corr (MA)
1983 Jeanne Downing (PhD) Clark University/AID: Non-metropolitan migration
1984 William Leon (PhD) Univ. Colorado: Non-metropolitan migration
1985 Sherry McNutt (PhD) Canada, Dept of Mines:
1985 Anne Osterrieth (PhD), Belgium, business consultant : quest, pilgaimage
1985 Gary Hart ({Phd); Family Medicine, UW: medical practice variability
1986 Edward Delaney (MA) student UW- innovation
1987 Gardner Perry (MA) student UW-local goverment efficiency
1987 Kathleen Evans (MA): water resource management
1988 Holly Myers-Jones (PhD) Towson State U (black suburbanization)
1988 Marc Andre L'Huilllier (PhD), UN, Geneve* (racial segregation)
1988 Janos Wimpffen (Ph D), (postdoc)- US Canada transportation
1988 Anne Faulkner (MA)
1989 Erick Howenstine (PhD) Northeaster Illinois -Hispanic migration
1989 Carlyn Orians (MA) Battelle PNL: school desegregation
1990 Julie Forman (MA) Recycling in Seattle
1994 Donald Wysocki (MA) Gentrification (houseboats in Seattle)
1996 Peter Clitherrow (MA) Factors affecting travel distance behavior
[1996 Peter Nelson (MA) The What and why behind the "west at war"]
1997 Suzuki, Terri (MA) Welfare Issues in Washington [not correct title]
 
Current committee chair
 
PhD
George Stoner -ecotourism
Valerie Pate - class and race segregation
David Allen: political voting behavior (Quebec)
Judy Bezy: accidents of he elderly, traffic
Ray Victurine: ecological tourism, settlement (Uganda)
Timothy Chapin, stadium issues (Urban Design and Planning)
 
MA
Lane Delarme
Michael vanEckhardt
Mary Richardson
 
PUBLICATIONS
 
Topical categories
 
A Population, settlement, migration and regional development
B Political/territorial organization and redistricting
C Spatial analaysis, spatial diffusion, location models
D Inequality, poverty and segregation
E Health Services and medical geography
F Transportation
G The Geography profession, general texts
 
Books and Monographs
 
A Migration and the spread and growth of urban settlement. Series B, #
26, Lund Studies in Geography, 1965
 
G The Spatial Organization of Society, Wadsworth Publishing Co, 1970
2nd edition, Duxbury Press, 1974
 
D Geography of Poverty in the United States (with E. Wohlenberg) New
York, McGraw Hill, 1971
 
 
C Spatial organization of the Landscape, Lund Studies in Geography, Series
B,# 46, 1979
 
G Spatial Order: An Introduction to Modern Geography, Duxbury, 1979 (w J.
Dormitzer)
 
B Political redistricting and geographic theory, Association of American
Geographers, 1981, Washington DC
 
C Spatial Diffusion (with G Gaile and G Thrall), Sage Publications, 1988
(90% Morrill) Scientific Geography Series #10
 
ARTICLES
 
F Projections of interregional patterns of trade in wheat and flour (with
W.L. Garrison) Economic Geography, 36 (1960) 116-126. Also in books
of readings.
 
A Befolkningen i USA Ar 1960, Svensk Geografik Arsbok, 36 (1960) 149-
161
 
A Regional growth and net migration, University of Washington Business
Review, 21 (1962): 5-14
 
A The development of spatial distributions of towns in Sweden: an
historical-predictive approach, Annals, Assoc. of American Geographers,
53 (1963). 1-14. Reprinted in Friedmann and Alonso, Regional
Development and Planning, MIT Press 1964 and in Smith, Taaffe and King,
Readings in Economic geography, 1965.
 
F Transport expansion in underdeveloped countries,(with E Taaffe and P
Gould) Geographical Review, 53 (1963) 500-529. Reprinted in Hurst, M.
Transportation Geography, McGraw-Hill, and elsewhere, also a Bobbs-
Merrill reprint.
 
A Distribution of migration distances, Papers, Regional Science
Association, XI, 1963, 75-84
 
G The nature, use and abuse of regions. Proceedings, Western Regional
Science Assoc. 1, 1965, 110-118.
 
D The Negro Ghetto: Problems and Alternatives, Geographcial Review, 55
(1965) 339-361. Bobbs-Merrill reprint and in several books of readings.
 
F Highway planning as a tool for area development. Proceedings, Highway
Research Board, Washington DC
 
A Expansion of the Urban Fringe, A simulation experiment: Papers,
Regional Science Association , 14, 1966
 
A Marriage, migration and the mean information field, (w F. Pitts) Annals,
Association of American Geographers, 57 (1967) : 401-422. Also in
Mayfield and English, eds., Man Space and Environment. Oxford, 1972.
 
C Waves of spatial diffusion, Journal of Regional Science, 8, 1968, 1-18.
 
 
E Hospital variation and patient travel distances ( w. Robert Earickson)
Inquiry (Blue Cross journal) 5 (1968) 26-35
 
C,E Optimum allocation of services, (w. Phillip Kelley) Annals of Regional
Science, 3 (1969) 55-66
 
E Variation in the character and use of Chicago Hospitals, (w Robert
Earickson) Health Services Research, 3 (1969) 224-238
 
E Locational efficiency of Chicago hospitals - an experimental model (w.
Robert Earickson) Health Services Research, 4 (1970) 128-141. Also in
Gale, S and E Moore, eds. The Manipulated City, Maarouffa Press ,1975
 
C The shape of diffusion in space and time. Economic Geography, 46
(1970) 259-269.
 
E The simulation of hospital use and the estimation of location efficiency
(w Mary Kelley) Geographical Analysis, 2 (1970) 283-300.
 
E Factors influencing distances traveled to hospitals (w Robert
Earickson) Economic Geography, 46 (1970) 161-170.
 
E,F The transporation problem and patient travel to physicians and
hospitals, (w R Schultz) Annals of Regional Science, 5 (1971) 11-25
 
D The persistence of the black ghetto as spatial separation, Southeastern
Geographer, 11, 1971, 149-156.
 
D Geographical perspectives on the history of black America (w. O.F.,
Donaldson) Economic Geography 48 (1972) 1-23. Also reprinted in
Readings in Social Geography, E Jones, ed. Oxford, 1975, and elsewhere.
 
B The geography of representation in the United Nations, Professional
Geographer, 24, 1972: 297-304
 
A On the size and spacing of growth centers, Growth and Change, 4 (1973)
21-25.
 
B On Criteria for redistricting. Washington Law Review, 48 (1973) 847-
856
 
B Ideal and reality in reapportionment, Annals, Assoc of American
Geographers, 63 (1973): 463-477
 
C,D Efficiency and equity of optimum location models. Antipode, 6 (1974) 41-46
 
C Diffusion theory and planning (w W Alves) Economic Geography, 52:
1975: 290-304
 
 
C Critical parameters of diffusion proceses (w. Diane Manninen) Economic
Geography, 52: 1975: 269-277
 
B Problems and promise in micro-territorial representation, Papers,
Peace Research society, 25 (1975) 53-67
 
B Redistricting revisited. Annals, Assoc. of Amer Geographers, 66 (1976)
548-566
 
G,D Geographic scale and the public interest, Geographical Survey, 6,
(1977), 3-10
 
C,D Efficiency and equity: aspects of optimum location models,
Geographical Analysis, 9 (1977) 215-226.
 
A Population redistribution, 1965-1975, Growth and Change, 9 (1978):
35-44
 
A Stages in patterns of population concentration and dispersion,
Professional Geographer, 31 (1979): 55-66
 
E Spatial aspects of a smallpox epidemic in a small Brazilian city (w J
Angulo) Geographical Review, 69 (1979) 311-319
 
A Spread of change in metropolitan and non-metropolitan growth, Urban
Geography, 1 (1980): 118-130
 
E Multivariate analysis of the spread of variola minor, Social Science and
Medicine, 15D (1981) 479-487
 
A Trends in trade, Growth and Change, 13 (1982) 46-49
 
A Redistricting standards and strategies after twenty years. Political
Geography Quarterly, 1 (1983):361-371
 
G The nature, unity and value of geography, Professional Geographer, 35
(1983): 1-9
 
G The responsibility of geography, Annals, Association of American
Geographers, 74 (1984): 1-8
 
C The diffusion of the use of tractors- again, Geographical Analysis, 17
(1985), 88-95
 
G Some important geographic questions, Professional Geographer, 37
(1985): 263-271
 
A Environmental factors in the growth and distribution of population in
the Pacific Northwest, (W J Downing) Northwest Environmental
Journal, 2 (1986): 43-62.
 
A Attribute preferences and the non-metropolitan migration decision,
(with J Downing and W. Leon), Annals of Regional Science, 20 (1986):
33-54
 
A Structure of shopping in a metropolis, Urban Geography, 8 (1987): 97-
128
 
B Redistricting, region and representation, Political Geography Quarterly,
6 (1987) 241-260
 
G A Theoretical Imperative, Annals AAG 77 (1987). 535-542
 
A Migration regions and population redistribution, Growth and Change, 19
(1988): 43-60
 
B Regional governance in the United States: For Whom? Government and
Policy, 6(1988):
 
A Intrametropolitan demographic structure, Annals of Regional Science,
22 (1988) 1:16
 
A National settlement planning: necessary or effective? Indian Journal of
Geography 13(1983) 63-74
 
A Local and regional population growth: the limits to intervention,
Northwest Environmental Journal, 15 (1989) 271-298
 
A School busing and demographic change, Urban Geography 10 (1989):336-
354
 
A Regional demographic structure of the United States, Professional
Geographer, 42 (1990):38-53.
 
D On Measures of Segregation, Geography Research Forum, 11: (1991) 25-
36
 
B Gerrymandering, Focus (American Geographical Society), 1991(Fall):23-28
 
B Making redistricting models more flexible and realistic, Operational
Geographer, 1991:9 (1): 2-10
 
A Locating branch campuses for the University of Washington, (with W.
Beyers), Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 15 (1991): 161-171
 
A Population redistribution within metropolitan regions in the 1980s: core, satellite
and exurban growth. Growth and Change 1992 23(3): 277-302
 
A Development, diversity and Regional Demographic variability in the United
States, 1993 , Annals, AAG, 83: 406-433
 
G Geography, spatial analysis and social science. 1993. Urban geography 14: 442-446
 
A Age specific migration and regional diversity. Environment and Planning A,
1994, 26: 1699-1710
 
D Racial segregation and class in a liberal metropolis. Geographical Anaysis, 1995,
27: 22-41
 
A Aging in place, age-specific migration and the spread of natural decrease. Annals
of Regional Science, 1995 , 29: 41-66
 
A The spread of natural decrease, FOCUS (AGS) Summer, 1995 43: 30-34
 
B Who holds the stakes? A Case study of stakeholder identificcationa ttwo nuclear
weapons production sites. (lead suthor Patricia Boiko). Risk Analysis,1996 16: 237-249
 
A Spatial inequality in Higher education in Washington. Journal of Applied
Geography forthcoming, Applied Geographic Studies
 
Articles forthcoming?
 
B Microgeography of 'the Republican revolution" Political Geography [submitted]
 
A,B Geographic impact of Hanford nuclear history. submitted to Applied
Geographic Studies.
 
A Dispersion and Return of aBirth cohort. submitted to International Journal of
Population Geography
 
A Counter cycles and instability. Patterns of recent Amertican Population Change,
submitted to Growth and Change
 
D Geographic variation in change in income inequality among US states, 1970-1990
 
F with David Hodge, Implication of Intelligent transportation systems for
metropolitan form. Forthcoming, Urban Geography
 
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS AND PROCEEDINGS
 
E,F Highways and services: The case of physician care, ch.5 in W.L.
Garrison, Studies of Highway Development and Geographic Change.
University of Washington Press, 1959.
 
F The value of travel time, pp 115-136 in R Mohring, ed. The Nature and
Measurement of Highway Benefits. Northwestern University Press, 1960.
 
A The development of models of migration and the role of electronic
processing , Entretiens de Monaco, The Measure of Human
Displacement, Paris, 1963.
 
A Simulation of central place patterns over time, Proceedings IGU
Symposium in Urban geography, Lund Studies in Geography, Series B 24,
1963.
 
F Economic geographic criteria for highway decisions. Part 6.4, Criteria
for Highway Benefit Analysis, p 401-446. University of Washington,
Dept. of Civil Engineering, 1964.
 
F System benefits from road network improvements, in Criteria for
Highway Benefit Analysis, Highway Economic Studies, University of
Washington, 1965
 
F The movement of persons and the transportration problem, in W.L.
Garrison, ed. Quantitative Geography, Northwestern University Press,
1967.
 
C Problems of modelling interaction (w Robert Earickson) in K Cox and R
Golledge, eds. Behavioral Problems in Geography, Northwestern
University Studies in Geography, 17,1969, 254-276.
 
C On the arrangement and concentration of points in the plane, in
Perspectives in Geography, H McConnell and D Yaseen, eds. Northern
Illinois University Press, 1971, 30-43
 
D A geographic perspective on the black ghetto. in H Rose, ed Geography of
the Ghetto. pp 27-59, Northern Illinois University Press, 1972.
 
A Fundamental issues concerning future settlements in the United States,
pp 81-94 in F Horton, ed, Geographical Perspectives on Urban Problems,
National Academy of Sciences, Washington, 1973.
 
A Urbanization in a developing economy: Indian perspectives and patterns
(w. D Mookherjee) International Studies Series, Vol 2 New York: Sage
Publications, 1973.
 
D Geography and the transformation of society, pp 1-9 in Geography and
Contemporary Issues, Melvin Albaum, ed, New York: Wiley, 1973.
Originally in Antipode, Vol 1, 1969-1970. Reprinted in anniversary
issue of Antipode, 1987.
 
A Growth center Hinterland relations. pp 215-243 in F Heileiner and W
Stohr, eds. Proceedings, International Geographical Union, Commission
on Regional Aspects of Development, London, Ontario, 1974.
 
D Territorial implementation of black power in the United States, 175-
189 in Cultural Discord in the Modern World, L Evenden and F
Cunningham, eds. Geographical Series, Tantalus, Vancouver, BC 1974.
 
B Geographic imagination and political redistricting, pp 227-242 in
Spatial Aspects of Public Policy, T Coppock and W Sewell, eds.
Pergamon Press,1976.
 
G Seattle, a Vignette (with others). Chs 1 and 2. pp 9-16. Ballinger, 1976.
 
C,A Geography as spatial interaction, pp 16-30 in J Eyre ed, A Man for All
Regions (Contributions of E L. Ullman ) University of North Carolina,
Dept. of Geography, Studies in Geography # 11, 1978
 
A Impacts of urban growth centers on their hinterlands, pp 55-72 in
Proceedings, US-Hungarian Exchange in Problems of Urban Geography,
Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1978
 
A The national settlement system of the United States, in National
Settlement Systems, Warsaw: International Geographical Union and
Polish Academy of Sciences, 1979 (w. R Sinclair and D di Martino).
 
A Bases for non-metropolitan growth, Proceedings, US-Hungarian
Exchange in Problems of Urban Geography, Ann Arbor, University of
Michigan,1980
 
 
B Washington (w. H Bone) p 329-334 in Reapportionment Politics, A
Heslop, ed Rose Institute of State and Local Government, 1981
 
A How migration and regional development affect organizations. in W
Starbuck, ed., Handbook of Organizational Design. Oxford, 1981.
 
A On the settlement process. Lund Studies in Geography, #48, (1981) pp
247-260, (Festschrift on the retirement of Torsten Hagerstrand)
 
D Dilemmas of pluralism in the United States, pp 69-80 in Pluralism and
Political Geography, N Kliot and S Waterman, eds., Croom Helm,1983
 
A Settlement systems of the United States, pp 23-49 in L. Bourne, ed.
Urbanization and Settlement Systems, Oxford, 1984.
 
G The Quantitative Revolution's Early Years, in Recollections of a
Revolution, M Billings, et. al., eds Macmillian, 1984.
 
A Forest land use and settlement, 36-40 in G Bradley, ed. Land use and
resource in a changing environment. University of Washington, School
of Forestry, 1984
 
Sp National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council, The
Behavioral and Social Sciences. Committee on Basic Research in the
Behavioral and Social Sciences. Washington DC 1988
 
A,D Post industrial and de-industrial polarization , in Proceedings,
International Conference in Geography in a Post Industrial World,
Vechta, W. Germany, pp 43-48. Vechtaer Arbeiten zur Geographie und
Regional Wissenschaft,1988
 
A Counterurbanization and the theme of population concentration, in
Geography in America. C Willmott and G Gaile eds. pp 266-269, 1989.
 
B State and local government commissions and governance of the
metropolisÓ 1990, ch 18. pp 297-309 in Bennett, R. editor,
Decentralization, local government snd markets. Oxford Univ. Press
 
A,C Urbanization of the United States, ch 7 (pp 113-144) in S. Tuck Wong, ed.,
Person, Place and Thing, (Festschirft for P. Wagner). Geoscience and Man, vol. 31,
1992
 
B A Geographer's Perspective, 1990, pp 212-238 in B Grofman, ed., Political
Gerrymandering and the Courts, Agathon Press, New York,
 
B Geography and election law (w F Shelley) in E Wije, ed. Law and
Geography [forthcoming] ??
 
C,A Long wave spatial and economic interrelationships in urban
development, (w S Krakover) in E Casetti, & J.P. Jones, eds, Application of the
Expansion Method. Routledge, 1991, pp161-184
 
B Washington and Quality of legislative redistricting, chs. in
Gerrymandering in the 1980s, A Heslop, ed. Rose Institute of State and
Local Government. Claremont, CA. 1991
 
A Myths about metropolis, in J F Hart ed, Our Changing Cities, Johns Hopkins
press . 1991. Chapter 1, pp 1-11.
 
A/B Politics of growth management: centralization by subterfuge , pp 451-475 in
Bennett, Robert (ed), Local Government and Market decentralization, . UN
University, Tokyo, 1994.
 
B Washington, in A. Heslop, editor, Redistricting in the 1980s. Rose Institute of
AState and Local Government, 1993.
 
B Electoral geography and gerrymandering: space and politics. in Demko, G and
Woods, W., eds. Reordering the World. Westview Press. 1994
 
D Racial and ethnic conflict: Geographic perspectives, 275-300 (with H Rose) in
Gittler, J ed. Research in Human Social Conflict: JAI Press, 1995
 
A. Washington, w. E Chase, (1993) in A Guide to state and local census geography,
US Bureau of the Census and APDU. pp 98-99
 
B Reconciling geography and the politics of race in F Shelley, J Leib and G Webster,
eds. _____ Syracuse University Pres 1996 [forthcoming]
 
B Progress in political Geography, in R Dikshit, editor, Political Geography,
forthcoming 196?
 
Notes, Comments and Short Articles
 
A The regional location of public services, Geographical Analysis, 52
(1967) 607-609
 
A Urban geography and the Lund Symposium, Geographical Review, 53,
1963: 602-605.
 
F,E Relationship between transportation and hospital location and
utilization, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, August 1967
 
E Numerous ÒWorking PapersÓ of the Chicago Regional Hospital Study,
1967-1968.
 
D Geographical aspects of poverty in the United States, Proceedings,
Assoc of Amer. Geogr. 1, 1969, 117-121
 
A Statistical regions for the United States, Geographical Review, 59,
1969, 612-614.
 
D,B The territorial implementation of black power in the United States,
Proceedings, IGU Congress, Montreal, 1972 pp 1242-1244
 
D A Model of ghetto growth, Proceedings, IGU Congress, Montreal, 1972 pp
1177-1180
 
A Information for regional development, Geographical Review, 63, 1973,
401-404
 
A Growth and land use issues in Puget Sound, Discussion paper 74-2
Institute for Environmental Studies. 1974.
 
A Population and economic development in Washington state, 1950-1990.
Proceedings of Conference on Growth and the Quality of Life, Inst. for
Environmental Studies, 1974.
 
G The Future of geography, Professional Geographer, 27, 1975, p 1
 
G Productivity of American PhD granting departments of geography,
Professional Geographer, 32 1980
 
A Where have all the people gone? The Weekly. Seattle, January 1981
 
A Moving in on the last frontier. Pacific Northwest. July-August 1981, pp
18-21
 
G Scientific geography as a geographic tradition. pp 4-6 in Pittsburgh
Geography and Regional Science Newsletter, 1983
 
A Washington state and its people.. Agenda 2000 pp 28-39 Washington
State Institute for Public Policy, 1985.
 
C A comment: Shaul KrakoverÕs Identification of spatiotemporal paths of
spread and backwash. Geographical Analysis, 17 1985.
 
G Talks with Teachers (interview) Journal of Geography. 84 (1985) 158-
160
 
D Does busing cause increased segregation? The Weekly. November 1987
 
A The Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project. Professional
Geographer, 41 (1989) 198-203
 
C Diffusion and Quantitative Revolution; in Encyclopedia of Modern
Geography, G Dunbar, ed. Garland Publ. [1990?]
 
A ÒGrowthÓ, part 1 in ÔThe Price of GrowthÕ, Institute for Public Policy and
Management, Univ. of Washington, 1992
 
A Twice annual demographic reports in Seattle-Everett Real Estate
Research Report. 1986 to present
 
A Why containment wonÕt work. Seattle Weekly, 1993, also Eastside Weekly.
 
D Spatial engineering and geographic integrity. Political Geography. 14: 1995
 
B Tyranny of the Majority: in Symposium on book by Lani Guinier. Social Science
Quarterly , March 1996 77: 3-6 Territory, community and collective
representation.
 
REPORTS
 
E Medical resources for civil defense. Washington State Civil Defense
19 Survival Plan, 1956.
 
Sp Billings-Yellowstone County Master Plan, (portions) Billings Planning
Commission, 1958
 
F Investigation of the internal spatial distribution of transportation
facilities, 61-149 in Transportation Geography Research,
Transportation Center, Northwestern University, 1960.
 
A Report of Committee on data by small areas, Census Advisory
Committee, in Professional Geographer, 1965 (w B Berry and W Tobler)
 
A Those missing urbanized areas, Special report to Bureau of the Census,
1972
 
A Alternatives for Washington (summary and review) University of
Washington Institute for Environmental Studies, 1979
 
D King County Intermediate School District Boundary Study (report with L
Svart) 1975
 
D Neighborhood Impact Study ( w Diane Manninen) Ch 2., 31-93. Seattle
Public Schools: Schools and Neighborhood Project, 1976
 
A Policy verification- consistency and feasibility of long range planning
policies. Report to Office of Financial Management, Olympia, 1976.
(Alternatives for Washington)
 
A Population and housing in the King County Urban-rural fringe. report to
King County Planning, 1979
 
Spec. An evaluation of approaches to preservation of the delta lobes,
braided channel, three forks park, North and Middle Forks Snoqualmie
river ; and Nonstructural alternatives to the managvement of the
Snohomish river basin flood hazard, Seattle US Corps of Engineers, 1980
 
A Population redistribution and forecasts in Washington, 50 p., University
of Washington, Dept. of Geography, 1983
 
B,D School district organization and educational opportunities, (w. D.
Hodge) for Temporary Committee on Educational Policies, Structure
and Management, 1984 (for Legislature and Supt of Publ. Instr).
 
A,D Forecasts of Special Needs Students in Washington State, Report for
Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1986
 
D Alternate Desegregation Plans for the Seattle Schools (Reports to
Seattle Public Schools, April and October 1987, February 1988).
 
A Planning for University of Washington Branch Campuses, report to
Office of the Provost, 1988 (demographic and location analysis)
 
F Year 2000 Plan for Public Transportation Report for METRO March 1988
 
A Myths and facts about growth management (with David Hodge), March,
1991
 
 
A Washington State County Population Projections, (Review of OFM forecasts for
the Growth Management Act), 1992
 
A 1990 Census Washington State Population Summary: Ethnic Variation and
population change, 1991
 
A Metropolitan Concepts: Report for Bureau of the Census [on revising the
meaning and definitions of metropolitan areas] December, 1991, Wash DC
 
F Analysis of RTP (Regional Transportation project), March 1993
 
A Population of the Hanford Region, 1945-1951. (December 1993) Technical Steering
Panel, Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project.
 
A. Populations at risk of varying levels of radiation exposure. (December 1994).
Technical Steering Panel, Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project.
 
A. Participation in colleges and universities; future population and enrollment
implications; spatial inequality in higher education in Wasington.
for University of Washington President and provost. Summer, Fall 1995
 
B ,A Geographic character of the Hanford region. CRESP report, June 1996
 
BOOK REVIEWS
 
Los Angeles; the fragmented metropolis, by Robert Fogelson, Harvard Univ
Press, 1969, in Urban Studies, 6 (1969) 260-261
 
Innovation Diffusion as a Spatial Process, by Torsten Hagerstrand,
(Chicago, Univ. of Chicago Press), in Economic Geography, 45 (1969)
277-278
 
Progress in Geography, Vol 1, by C Board, et al, in Journal of Regional
Science, 11, 1971, 123-124.
 
Rural poverty and the urban crisis, by Niles Hansen, in Economic Geography,
47 (1971) 452-453
 
Social Justice and the City. by David Harvey, in Annals, AAG, 64 (1974):
475-477
 
Growth centers in the American urban system, by BJL Berry, Ballinger,
1974. in American Journal of Sociology, 80 (1975) 1280-1283
 
A Ghetto Takes Shape: Black Cleveland 1870-1930. by Kenneth Kusmer, in
Growth and Change, 8 (1977) 53
 
The Changing shape of metropolitan America, by BJL Berry and Q Gillard,
in Geographical Review, 68 (1978) 383-384
 
Migration and economic growth in the United States, by Michael
Greenwood, Economic Geography, 58, 1982, 203-204
 
Geography of Crime and Delinquency, by D Georges-Abejie and K Harries,
Annals, AAG, 72 (1982) 432-433
 
Innovation Diffusion: A New Perspective, by Lawrence Brown, in
Professional Geographer, 35 (1983); 109
 
Geography of federal spending in the United States, by R Johnston, in
Geographical Review, 72, 1982, 479-480
 
Ethnic segregation in cities, by C. Peach, V Robinson, and S Smith, eds., in
Environment and Planning A, 15, 1983,284-285
 
 
Black Migration in America, by D Johanson, and R Campbell, in Annals of
Regional Science, 17 (1983) 81-82
 
This Remarkable Continent (Atlas), ed, by J Rooney, W Zelinsky and D
Louder, in Geographical magazine, 55, 1983, 443
 
Interregional migration, national policy and social justice, by Gordon
Clark, in Economic Geography, 60, 1984, 256-257.
 
Decentralization: Sketches toward a rational theory. by M. Kochen and K
Deutsch, in Journal of Regional Science, 25 (1985) 292-294
 
Geographical Futures, ed. by R King, in Geographical Review, 76 (1986)
97-99
 
The New Urban Reality, ed. by P Peterson, in Annals of Regional Science, 21
(1987): 104-106
 
The New Urban America; Growth and Politics in the Sunbelt, by Carl Abbott,
 21
in Urban Geography, 10, 1989: 196-197
 
Housing Americans in the 1980s, by John Adams, Russell Sage, 1987, in
Annals, AAG, 80 (1990), pp 136-137
 
Poverty ,Ethnicity and the American City- 1840-1925, by D. Ward,
Cambridge Univ. Press, 1989. in Journal of Historical Geography
16, 1990 pp 360-361
 
Locational Analysis in Human Geography, by Peter Haggett, 1965. [Classic in Human
Geography Revisited] Progress in Human geography 15: 300
 
Collapsing space and time by Stanley Brunn and Tom Leinbach, pp 178-179 in ,
Annals, AAG, 83, 1993.
 
Geographic dimensions of United States Social Policy, by Janet Kodras and John Paul
Jones, Edward Arnold, London 1990. in Political Geography Quarterly, 11, 1992, pp:
227-228
Review of my Òclassic articleÓ The Negro Ghetto: Problems and Alternatives, (1993)
in Progress in Human Geography, 17: 349-355
 
Pacific Northwest:Essays in honor of James Scott. H Critchfield, Ed. Western
Washington University. Pacific Northwest Quarterly. 1994?
 
Planning the Oregon Way, ed. C Abbott., in Illahee, 1994, 10: 234-235
 
Looking for the Last Percent, by Harvey Choldin. Review. 47: 469-470
Professional Geographer, 1995
 
 
 

September, 1996

 

RICHARD L. MORRILL

Department of Geography
University of Washington
Seattle WA 98195

Tel. (206) 543-5285 Fax 543-3313
morrill@u.washington.edu
Born: Los Angeles, 1934

Education
Beverly Hills High School, 1951
Dartmouth College, B.A., 1955

University of Washington, M.A. 1957, Ph.D., 1959

Post Doc. University of Lund, Sweden, 1960-61

 

Professional Record *Current

 

1959-1960 Assistant Professor, Northwestern University

1960-1961 Post-doctoral research in Sweden, University of Lund

1961-1962 NSF Summer Institute for Quantitative Methods in Geography

1961-1964 Assistant Professor ,University of Washington

1964-1968 Associate Professor, University of Washington

1966-1967 Project Director, Chicago Regional Hospital Study and

Visiting Associate Professor, Univ. of Chicago

1969-present Professor, University of Washington,Geography,

Environmental Studies*

1970 Sir John McTaggart Fellow, University of Glasgow

1973-1986 Associate Director, Institute for Environmental Studies

1990 Winter: Acting Director, IES

1973-1983 Chairman, Department of Geography, Univ. of Washington

1973-1983 Member, State Board of Geographic Names

1974-1976 Chairman, Advisory Committee on Urban and Regional Affairs

1979-1982 Member, Advisory Review Panel for Geography and Regional

Science, National Science Foundation

1981-1984 and 1985-1988 Census Advisory Committee on Population,

Bureau of the Census

1983-1985 Delegate, American Council of Learned Societies

1983-1984 John Simon Guggenheim Fellow

1984-1987 National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Basic Research

in the Social and Behavioral Sciences

1987- 1990 Director, Social Science Institute

See also special reports and activities section

1991 Visiting Professor, Geography Dartmouth College (Fall)

1992 -96 Chair, Interdisciplinary Group for the PhD in Urban Design and Planning

1991- Adjunct Professor, Graduate School of Public Affairs

1996 - Adjunct Professor, Department of Urban Design and Planning

 

 

Awards

 

1971 Meritorious Achievement, Association of American Geographers

1972 Honorary Fellow, American Geographical Society

1974,1986 Geographers on Film

1983-1984 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship

1992 Software Competition Winner, Microcomputer Spec Group (AAG)

 

Major Teaching and Research Areas

 

Economic Geography

location theory, transportation, regional planning and development

Social-political geography

inequality, segregation; population and migration; health services;

Redistricting and local government reform

Urban geography, regional planning (growth management)

Methodology

spatial analysis; location and movement models

United States ; Pacific Northwest, Seattle

 

Professional Associations

 

Association of American Geographers*

Councillor, 1971-1974

Committees

Geography, society and public policy

Policy planning

Status of Women

Information systems

Census advisory, 1983-1986

Secretary, 1979-1981, President, 1981-1982

Political Geography Specialty Group*: President, 1983-1985

Population specialty group* (council)

American Association for the Advancement of Science

Regional Science Association*

International Union for the Scientific Study of Population*

International Migration Society*

Population Association of America*

American Geographical Society*

Western Regional Science Association*; council, 1983-present

Vice President 1991-1992, President, 1992-1994

Lambda Alpha (Land Economics honorary), President, Seattle chapter, 1986-1987*

International Geographical Union

Commission on Public Administration*

Commission on Population and Settlement

Commission on Political Geography

 

 

 

Research Grants

1958-1959 NIMH Research Fellowship

1960-1962 National Science Foundation: Migration and Urbanization

1963 National Science Foundation Publication Award

1966-1969 Project Director, Chicago Regional Hospital Study (NIH)

1970-1973 National Science Foundation, Experimental Derivation of

Theoretical Surfaces

1975-1976 National Science Foundation, Research Management

Improvement Project

1976 Washington, OPPFM, Alternatives for Washington

1977 National Science Foundation Publication award

1977 Center for Health Services Research

1979-1981 National Science Foundation, Population Redistribution

1980 US Army Corps of Engineers, Shohomish River Basin

1981-1982 Rose Institute: Redistricting Model Plans

1983-1984 John Simon Guggenheim fellowship

1983-1985 National Science Foundation: Quality of Political

redistricting

1986 Washington:Supt. of Public Instruction: Special Needs

Students

1990-1991 Bureau of the Census, Metropolitan area concepts

1996 Travel Safety of the Elderly

 

University Committees and Activities

 

Co-Chairman, Urban and Regional Science Research Group

Graduate School Research Fund

Environmental Studies (board to establish)

Walker-Ames committee

Conflict Studies

Student Housing

Peace Corps

Organization for Tropical Studies

Facilities and Services

Grants and Contracts

Group IV: Graduate Faculty Council

Governing Board, CSSCR, 1975-1984

Search committee (often chair) for chairman or director: Environmental Studies,

Urban Planning, Political Science, Economics, etc.

Advisory Board, Institute for Governmental Research

Advisory Board, Urban Transportation

Advisory Board, Center for Population Studies

Advisory Committee, Health Services Research (led to department)

Review committee chair: Urban Planning Graduate Degrees

Committee on Urban University

Graduate School, Individual PHD Committee ,1977-1984

Search Commiteee, Dean of Architecture and Planning

University Representative: Washington Transportation Center: 1980-1984

Search committee chair: Director, School of Communications, 1981-1983

Search committee chair. Economics, 1987

Senate Executive Committee, 1984-1985

Senate: 1985-1988

College Council, Arts and Sciences, 1985-1989

Steering Committee and Director, Social Science Institute, 1987-1990

Chair, Graduate School Group on Growth and its Management,1989-94

Chair, Graduate School Interdisc. Comm on PhD Urban Planning , 1991-96

and Graduate Program Coordinator

University Committee on Future Enrollment

Numerous short term review committees!

 

Special Reports and Activities (selected) * Current

1970 Critical evaluation, Forward Thrust Rapid Transit for Seattle

1972 Special Master, Federal District Court, Seattle, Redistricting

plans for the Legislative and Congressional districts of Washington

1973-1977 Editorial Board, Warner Modular Publications

1975 Review, Alternatives for Washington

1975 Review, RIBCO Water Management Studies

1975 King County Intermediate School district Boundary Study

1976 Seattle Neighborhood School Closure Impact Study

1976 King County- Subcounty District Committee

1976-present Seattle-Everett Statistical Area Committee; Key Person,

1979-present *

1977 Consultant, King County Charter Review commission

1977-1983 Consultant, State of Mississippi (Redistricting)

1979 Arizona State university, Site visit and review (geography)

1979 Man in the Arctic Program (NSF) Site visit and review

1979-1980 King county: Population change on the urban fringe

1979-1980 METRO TRANSITion committee on downtown transportation

1980-1981 Rose Institute, consultant on California redistricting

1980 Island county, Washington, consultant on redistricting

1980 Pierce county, consultant on charter reform and redistricting

1980-1984 National Academy of Sciences, Relating Science and

Technology to Navajo Development, Window Rock, Arizona

1981-1986 Advisory Board, Scientists and Citizens Organized on Policy

Issues (SCOPI)

1981 Ohio State University, Geography, external review

1981-1988 Bureau of the Census, Advisory Committee on Population

1982 Haifa,Israel, International Symposium on Political Geography

1983-1985 Chair, Political Geography specialty group

1983-present Editorial Board, Political Geography Quarterly*

1984 National Geographic Areas Conference, Census Bureau

1984-1987 Editorial Board, Professional Geographer

1984-1987 National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Basic research

in the Behavioral and Social Sciences

1985 External review, University of Arizona (geography)

1984-1987 Management and Planning Committee, Group Health

Cooperative

1984-1993 Member, King County Boundary Review Board (quasi

judicial body, appointed by the Governor, to deal with

annexation, incorporation, etc)*

1986-1990 National Academy of Sciences/NRC Graduate Fellowships

Committee

1986 Washington Supt. of Public Instruction: Special Needs Students

1987-1989 Seattle Public Schools: Alternate Desegregation Plans

1986-1988 Consultant to Washington Local Governance Study Commission

and House Local Government Committee

1987 METRO Transit: workshop on scenarios for future planning

1988-1989 University of Washington: Branch Campus Demographic

Analysis

1987-1988 King County 2000 (and Metro): METRO Council reform options

1987-1988 United Way: South King County Transportation study

1987-1992 Associate Editor, Human Geography, Annals ,Association of

American Geographers*

1988- Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project

(Technical Steering Panel-Battelle NW)*Chair, Demography Subcommittee

1987 Review of prospective PhD programs, West Virginia

University, Univ. of Massachusetts

1987-88 Review of Ph D proposal,site visits, Univ. of Idahoo

1988 ,1991 Special NSF Review Panel for Major GIS Centers*

1986-present Seattle Real Estate Research Committee (Demographic

correspondent: Semi annual contributions)*

1989 External review, University of Florida (geography)

1989 NAS/NRC Official reviewer, Transportation Review Board,

Year 2000, Future of Transportation Conference

1989-1991 Open and Accountable Governance Committee (King County)*

1989-pres NAS/USSR Academy of Sciences Exchange on Urban Problems*

1990 Consultant to Washington State Growth Strategies

Commission

1990- 1991 Project mgt, Puget Sound Geographic Information Data

sharing*1990 Puget Sound Environmental Scan (United Way)

1990 - Editorial Board, Geography Research Forum

1991-1992 PSCOG Regional Forecasting Committee

1991- present Transportation Study Group (re: METRO)

1993 - Municipal League. Committee on Local Governance

1994 Washington State Liquor Control Board, Privatization research

1995 - Editorial Board, Applied Geographic Studies

1995 - Editorial Board, Int'l Journal of Population Geography

1995 - Task force on urban social inequality (Decency Project)

1995- CRESP Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholder Participation

DOE project. task force on future land uses.

1995 Special research on future enrollment, higher education in Washington

 

 

Papers, Symposia, Lectures * by invitation

 

1959 Assoc. of American Geographers (hereafter AAG), Los Angeles

1960 International Geographical Congress, Stockholm, (urban history)

1960 International Geographical Congress, Symposium in Urban

Geography, Lund, Sweden*

1960 Symposium on Quantitative methods in Geography Chicago*

1960-1961 lectures: University of Copenhagen*

University of Lund*

Uppsala University*

1961 AAG, East Lansing, Mich.

1961 NSF Quantitiative Methods Institute, Chicago*

1962 Entretiens de Monaco: Symposium on Human Displacement*

1962 Regional Science Association, Pittsburgh (Migration distances)

1962 NSF Quantitative Methods institute, Chicago*

1963 AAG, Denver

1964 RSA (Regional Science Assoc), Ann Arbor*

1964 RSA (Western) Tempe, Arizona

1965 NASA Conference on Use of Orbiting Spacecraft in Geographic

Research, Houston*

1966 Social Science Research Institute, Hawaii *

1966 NSF Seminar on Advances in Geography, Ann Arbor*

1966 NSF Seminar on Advances in Quantitative Geography, Columbus*

1966 Highway Research Board, Washington*

1967 Forum on transportation engineering, Newark (ASME)*

1967 Indiana University (Chicago Hospital Study)*

1967 UCLA lecture *

1968 RSA, San Diego

1968 AAG, Washington DC *

1968 University of Wisconsin, Visiting Professor (2 weeks)*

1969 RSA (western) Newport Beach

1969 AAG, Ann Arbor

1970 RSA, San Diego

1970 AAG, San Francisco

1970 Sir John McTaggart Fellow, University of Glasgow*

Lectures at Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Bristol

1970 IGU Commission on Quantitative Methods, Columbus*

1971 AAG, Boston

1971 RSA, Los Angeles

1971 University of Cincinnati*

1972 University of Alberta*

1972 AAG, Kansas City

1972 RSA, San Diego

1972 Internaltional Geographical Congress, Vancouver BC (cultural

discord)*

1972 IntÕl Geographical Congress, Montreal, Quantitative Commission*

1972 IGU, London, Ontario, Regional Development Commission*

1972 Report to Census Bureau on ÒMissing Urbanized AreasÓ

1973 Report to Seattle 2000 Commission,ÓPitfalls on the path to Seattle

2000Ó*

1973 AAG, Atlanta

1974 AAG, Seattle (responsible for opening sessions, etc)

1974 Conference on Growth and the Quality of Life (Seattle)*

1974 Conference on Limits to Growth (Seattle)*

1974 RSA and Peace Research Society, Chicago, UN reform

1975 AAG, Milwaukee*

1975 US-Hungarian Exchange in Urban Geography, Budapest*

1975 Lectures, Interdisziplinaires Institut fur Raumordnung (Wien), and

University of Lund*

1976 AAG, New York*

1976 Philadelphia, Symposium on Urban Problems*

1976 Spokane, address , Washington Public Health association

 

1977 AAG, Salt Lake City*

1978 AAG, New Orleans*

1979 Edmonds, WA, Symposium on Growth*

1979 Seattle, WA. Symposium on Agricultural Land Preservation*

1979 AAG, Philadelphia*

1979 IGU, Lincoln, Nebraska (Settlement)*

1979 Santa Barbara, Pacific Coast Geographers (Migration)*

1979 RSA, Los Angeles (Migration)*

1980 AAG, Louisville, (Migration)

1980 Oxford, England, Symposium on Ethnic Segregation in Cities*

1980 Southwest Assoc of Geographers, Dallas (redistricting)*

1980 Iowa City, Univ. of Iowa, (regional planning)*

1981 AAG, Los Angeles. Settlement change

1981 Junior Statesmen (Seattle): Redistricting*

1981 Inst. Environmental Studies, UW, Land use change*

1981 Southeast Assoc of Geographers, Atlanta*

1982 Haifa, Israel, International Symposium on Cultural Pluralism*

1982 Portland State University (population change)*

1982 AAG, San Antonio (geographic profession)

1982 Airlie, Virginia, International Conference on forecasting regional

population change*

1982 Seattle, The Urban /Forest Interface symposium*

1983 Seattle Opportunities Industrialization center (demographic

trends)*

1983 AAG, Denver, Presidential Address (Responsibility of Geographers)*

1984 Western RSA, Monterey

1984 AAG, Washington, DC

1984 The Evergreen State College, Washington demographic trends*

1985 WRSA, San Diego: The Migration Decision

1985 AAG, Detroit: Quality of Congressional redistricting

1985 Columbus: Symposium for T HagerstrandÕs Honorary degree

(Migration decision making)*

1985 Society of Real Estate Appraisers: People and Jobs in the Seattle

Region; also KING radio interview*

1985 Miami, Regionalism and Reapportionment, Sunbelt Conference*

1985 Chatauqua Workshop, Human Ecology, Seattle (UW)*

1986 Spatial Statistics seminars, February and May (spatial statistics,

measures of segregation)*

1986 Population Assoc, San Francisco, Long Term Settlement change

1986 AAG, Minneapolis, American local government

1986 Seattle Weekly: Retail trade in greater Seattle*

 

1986 Barcelona, Spain, Int'l Geog. Congress, Metropolitan Government

Reform*

1986 Osnabruck, W. Germany, Post Industrial Conference (post industrial and de-

industrial polarization)*

1986 Seattle, NSF Biology workshop (UW), Human Ecology*

1986 Interstate Governance Resource Center, Transportation as the

determinant of land use*

1987 Portland, AAG (President's plenary session: Theoretical

Imperatives*

1987 WRSA, Kona, Hawaii, Local Demographic Structure

1987 Arizona State University* (school bussing)*

1988 Seattle Downtown ROTARY, Luncheon Speaker (Metropolitan Myths)*

1988 Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental relations and IGU

Commission on Public Administration, Washington, Local

Government Reform on the Urban Fringe*

1988 WRSA, Napa, California: School desegregation

1988 AAG, Phoenix: Impacts of the Quantitative Revolution*

1988 Popul. Assoc, New Orleans: Demographic effects of school busing

1988 Bellevue Downtown Assoc: panel on regional transportation*

1988 Seattle Area Hospital Council: on Future of the city*

1989 KING: panel on rail transit*

1989 Tukwila Chamber of Commerce: growth*

1989 Western RSA, San Diego: redistricting models

1989 Richland (Joint Center) Demographic aspects on Hanford Dose

Reconstruction *

1989 AAG, Baltimore

1989 ACIR-Washington DC: Boundary Review Boards*

1990 Western Regional Science: Population change, 1960-1990

1990 RSA, Santa Barbara, Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction*

1990 Sumner Rotary: Growth Management

1990 AAG, Toronto : Persistence of demographic variability*

1990 UW Faculty auxiliary: Growth management

1990 City Land Use Network: Demographics for neighborhood planning

1991 West Regional Science: Growth Management anomalies

1991 UN University Barcelona: Centralisation by subterfuge

1991 AAG: Miami: Geographic aspects of census adjustment

1991 Washington State Parks Commission: Demographic trends*

1991 Municipal League:APA: Growth Management Myths*

1991 Bureau of the Census: Metropolitan concepts* (December)

1992 Seattle Economists Club (February) Growth management*

1992 Lynwood Rotary (March) Growth Management*

1992 Western Regional Science Association (Feb) Growth Management*

1992 AAG, San Diego: Political redistricting, software competition*

1993 UW Center for Demography and Ecology, Aging in Place and migration

1993 WRSA (February) Presidential Address, Aging in PLace, Age-Specific Migraiton

and Natural Decrease

1993 AAG April. Invited Panel on History of Spatial Analysis

1993 Snohomish County: Growth Management talk

1994 WRSA: Volatility of US migration streams

1994 AAG: Affirmative gerrymandering and regional integrity

1995 WRSA: Dispersion of a birth cohort

1995 AAG: Racial gerrymandering and cumulative voting

1995 Population Association: Dispersion and Return of a birfh cohort

1995 Forum at N Seattle Community College: Future population and enrollment

1996 Western Regional Science, Napa CA, Febr. Spatial inequality in higher

education

1996 AAG Charlotte: Forum on racial gerrymandering

1996 UW Center for Demography: Enrollment forecasting

1996 Seattle Gray Panthers: Gentrification and Homelessness

1996 April Myer Wolfe Lecture: Cities, Plans and Markets

1996 (April) Seattle Master Builders: Growth Management

 

MA and PH.D Students Supervised

1964 Kerry Pataki (MA) Univ. Papua-New Guinea

1966 Ernest Wohlenberg (MA) Indiana Univ.

Harold Brodsky (PhD) Univ Maryland

1967 Geoffrey Hewings, MA) Univ Illinois

1968 Gregory Smith (PhD) Dominguez Hills Coll.

1969 Robert Earickson (PhD) Univ. Maryland

Richard Wilkie (PhD) Univ. Massachusetts

Frederick Hirsch (PhD) tax consultant

Dean Louder (MA) Laval U

1970 Ernest Wohlenberg (PhD) Indiana Univ

1971 Murray Chapman (PhD) Hawaii, East-West Center

Jonathan Lu (PhD) Univ Northern Iowa

1972 Paul Villenueve (PhD) University Laval

Stephen Golant (PhD) Univ. Florida

1973 Kenneth Popp (MA) Planning

Diane Manninen (MA) Battelle NW

Fedva Dikmen (MA) Dikmen Travel, Seattle

Dean Louder (PhD) University Laval

Glenn Vanselow (PhD) Port of Portland

John Symons (pHD) Urban consulting

1974 Fred Donaldson (PhD) Private teaching and wildlife/Montana

Virginia Hetrick (PhD) Univ of Florida

James Buss (MA) Computer business

1975 David Stallings (PhD) METRO

1977 Sallie Miller (MA) Port of Portland

1978 John Bannick (MA) Boston, computer business

1979 Gail Klein (PhD) Chicago, business consulting

1980 Diane Manninen (PhD) Battele Northwest (HARC)

1981 Michael Corr (MA)

1983 Jeanne Downing (PhD) Clark University/AID: Non-metropolitan migration

1984 William Leon (PhD) Univ. Colorado: Non-metropolitan migration

1985 Sherry McNutt (PhD) Canada, Dept of Mines:

1985 Anne Osterrieth (PhD), Belgium, business consultant : quest, pilgaimage

1985 Gary Hart ({Phd); Family Medicine, UW: medical practice variability

1986 Edward Delaney (MA) student UW- innovation

1987 Gardner Perry (MA) student UW-local goverment efficiency

1987 Kathleen Evans (MA): water resource management

1988 Holly Myers-Jones (PhD) Towson State U (black suburbanization)

1988 Marc Andre L'Huilllier (PhD), UN, Geneve* (racial segregation)

1988 Janos Wimpffen (Ph D), (postdoc)- US Canada transportation

1988 Anne Faulkner (MA)

1989 Erick Howenstine (PhD) Northeaster Illinois -Hispanic migration

1989 Carlyn Orians (MA) Battelle PNL: school desegregation

1990 Julie Forman (MA) Recycling in Seattle

1994 Donald Wysocki (MA) Gentrification (houseboats in Seattle)

1996 Peter Clitherrow (MA) Factors affecting travel distance behavior

[1996 Peter Nelson (MA) The What and why behind the "west at war"]

1997 Suzuki, Terri (MA) Welfare Issues in Washington [not correct title]

 

Current committee chair

 

PhD

George Stoner -ecotourism

Valerie Pate - class and race segregation

David Allen: political voting behavior (Quebec)

Judy Bezy: accidents of he elderly, traffic

Ray Victurine: ecological tourism, settlement (Uganda)

Timothy Chapin, stadium issues (Urban Design and Planning)

 

MA

Lane Delarme

Michael vanEckhardt

Mary Richardson

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Topical categories

 

A Population, settlement, migration and regional development

B Political/territorial organization and redistricting

C Spatial analaysis, spatial diffusion, location models

D Inequality, poverty and segregation

E Health Services and medical geography

F Transportation

G The Geography profession, general texts

 

Books and Monographs

 

A Migration and the spread and growth of urban settlement. Series B, #

26, Lund Studies in Geography, 1965

 

G The Spatial Organization of Society, Wadsworth Publishing Co, 1970

2nd edition, Duxbury Press, 1974

 

D Geography of Poverty in the United States (with E. Wohlenberg) New

York, McGraw Hill, 1971

 

 

C Spatial organization of the Landscape, Lund Studies in Geography, Series

B,# 46, 1979

 

G Spatial Order: An Introduction to Modern Geography, Duxbury, 1979 (w J.

Dormitzer)

 

B Political redistricting and geographic theory, Association of American

Geographers, 1981, Washington DC

 

C Spatial Diffusion (with G Gaile and G Thrall), Sage Publications, 1988

(90% Morrill) Scientific Geography Series #10

 

ARTICLES

 

F Projections of interregional patterns of trade in wheat and flour (with

W.L. Garrison) Economic Geography, 36 (1960) 116-126. Also in books

of readings.

 

A Befolkningen i USA Ar 1960, Svensk Geografik Arsbok, 36 (1960) 149-

161

 

A Regional growth and net migration, University of Washington Business

Review, 21 (1962): 5-14

 

A The development of spatial distributions of towns in Sweden: an

historical-predictive approach, Annals, Assoc. of American Geographers,

53 (1963). 1-14. Reprinted in Friedmann and Alonso, Regional

Development and Planning, MIT Press 1964 and in Smith, Taaffe and King,

Readings in Economic geography, 1965.

 

F Transport expansion in underdeveloped countries,(with E Taaffe and P

Gould) Geographical Review, 53 (1963) 500-529. Reprinted in Hurst, M.

Transportation Geography, McGraw-Hill, and elsewhere, also a Bobbs-

Merrill reprint.

 

A Distribution of migration distances, Papers, Regional Science

Association, XI, 1963, 75-84

 

G The nature, use and abuse of regions. Proceedings, Western Regional

Science Assoc. 1, 1965, 110-118.

 

D The Negro Ghetto: Problems and Alternatives, Geographcial Review, 55

(1965) 339-361. Bobbs-Merrill reprint and in several books of readings.

 

F Highway planning as a tool for area development. Proceedings, Highway

Research Board, Washington DC

 

A Expansion of the Urban Fringe, A simulation experiment: Papers,

Regional Science Association , 14, 1966

 

A Marriage, migration and the mean information field, (w F. Pitts) Annals,

Association of American Geographers, 57 (1967) : 401-422. Also in

Mayfield and English, eds., Man Space and Environment. Oxford, 1972.

 

C Waves of spatial diffusion, Journal of Regional Science, 8, 1968, 1-18.

 

 

E Hospital variation and patient travel distances ( w. Robert Earickson)

Inquiry (Blue Cross journal) 5 (1968) 26-35

 

C,E Optimum allocation of services, (w. Phillip Kelley) Annals of Regional

Science, 3 (1969) 55-66

 

E Variation in the character and use of Chicago Hospitals, (w Robert

Earickson) Health Services Research, 3 (1969) 224-238

 

E Locational efficiency of Chicago hospitals - an experimental model (w.

Robert Earickson) Health Services Research, 4 (1970) 128-141. Also in

Gale, S and E Moore, eds. The Manipulated City, Maarouffa Press ,1975

 

C The shape of diffusion in space and time. Economic Geography, 46

(1970) 259-269.

 

E The simulation of hospital use and the estimation of location efficiency

(w Mary Kelley) Geographical Analysis, 2 (1970) 283-300.

 

E Factors influencing distances traveled to hospitals (w Robert

Earickson) Economic Geography, 46 (1970) 161-170.

 

E,F The transporation problem and patient travel to physicians and

hospitals, (w R Schultz) Annals of Regional Science, 5 (1971) 11-25

 

D The persistence of the black ghetto as spatial separation, Southeastern

Geographer, 11, 1971, 149-156.

 

D Geographical perspectives on the history of black America (w. O.F.,

Donaldson) Economic Geography 48 (1972) 1-23. Also reprinted in

Readings in Social Geography, E Jones, ed. Oxford, 1975, and elsewhere.

 

B The geography of representation in the United Nations, Professional

Geographer, 24, 1972: 297-304

 

A On the size and spacing of growth centers, Growth and Change, 4 (1973)

21-25.

 

B On Criteria for redistricting. Washington Law Review, 48 (1973) 847-

856

 

B Ideal and reality in reapportionment, Annals, Assoc of American

Geographers, 63 (1973): 463-477

 

C,D Efficiency and equity of optimum location models. Antipode, 6 (1974) 41-46

 

C Diffusion theory and planning (w W Alves) Economic Geography, 52:

1975: 290-304

 

 

C Critical parameters of diffusion proceses (w. Diane Manninen) Economic

Geography, 52: 1975: 269-277

 

B Problems and promise in micro-territorial representation, Papers,

Peace Research society, 25 (1975) 53-67

 

B Redistricting revisited. Annals, Assoc. of Amer Geographers, 66 (1976)

548-566

 

G,D Geographic scale and the public interest, Geographical Survey, 6,

(1977), 3-10

 

C,D Efficiency and equity: aspects of optimum location models,

Geographical Analysis, 9 (1977) 215-226.

 

A Population redistribution, 1965-1975, Growth and Change, 9 (1978):

35-44

 

A Stages in patterns of population concentration and dispersion,

Professional Geographer, 31 (1979): 55-66

 

E Spatial aspects of a smallpox epidemic in a small Brazilian city (w J

Angulo) Geographical Review, 69 (1979) 311-319

 

A Spread of change in metropolitan and non-metropolitan growth, Urban

Geography, 1 (1980): 118-130

 

E Multivariate analysis of the spread of variola minor, Social Science and

Medicine, 15D (1981) 479-487

 

A Trends in trade, Growth and Change, 13 (1982) 46-49

 

A Redistricting standards and strategies after twenty years. Political

Geography Quarterly, 1 (1983):361-371

 

G The nature, unity and value of geography, Professional Geographer, 35

(1983): 1-9

 

G The responsibility of geography, Annals, Association of American

Geographers, 74 (1984): 1-8

 

C The diffusion of the use of tractors- again, Geographical Analysis, 17

(1985), 88-95

 

G Some important geographic questions, Professional Geographer, 37

(1985): 263-271

 

A Environmental factors in the growth and distribution of population in

the Pacific Northwest, (W J Downing) Northwest Environmental

Journal, 2 (1986): 43-62.

 

A Attribute preferences and the non-metropolitan migration decision,

(with J Downing and W. Leon), Annals of Regional Science, 20 (1986):

33-54

 

A Structure of shopping in a metropolis, Urban Geography, 8 (1987): 97-

128

 

B Redistricting, region and representation, Political Geography Quarterly,

6 (1987) 241-260

 

G A Theoretical Imperative, Annals AAG 77 (1987). 535-542

 

A Migration regions and population redistribution, Growth and Change, 19

(1988): 43-60

 

B Regional governance in the United States: For Whom? Government and

Policy, 6(1988):

 

A Intrametropolitan demographic structure, Annals of Regional Science,

22 (1988) 1:16

 

A National settlement planning: necessary or effective? Indian Journal of

Geography 13(1983) 63-74

 

A Local and regional population growth: the limits to intervention,

Northwest Environmental Journal, 15 (1989) 271-298

 

A School busing and demographic change, Urban Geography 10 (1989):336-

354

 

A Regional demographic structure of the United States, Professional

Geographer, 42 (1990):38-53.

 

D On Measures of Segregation, Geography Research Forum, 11: (1991) 25-

36

 

B Gerrymandering, Focus (American Geographical Society), 1991(Fall):23-28

 

B Making redistricting models more flexible and realistic, Operational

Geographer, 1991:9 (1): 2-10

 

A Locating branch campuses for the University of Washington, (with W.

Beyers), Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 15 (1991): 161-171

 

A Population redistribution within metropolitan regions in the 1980s: core, satellite

and exurban growth. Growth and Change 1992 23(3): 277-302

 

A Development, diversity and Regional Demographic variability in the United

States, 1993 , Annals, AAG, 83: 406-433

 

G Geography, spatial analysis and social science. 1993. Urban geography 14: 442-446

 

A Age specific migration and regional diversity. Environment and Planning A,

1994, 26: 1699-1710

 

D Racial segregation and class in a liberal metropolis. Geographical Anaysis, 1995,

27: 22-41

 

A Aging in place, age-specific migration and the spread of natural decrease. Annals

of Regional Science, 1995 , 29: 41-66

 

A The spread of natural decrease, FOCUS (AGS) Summer, 1995 43: 30-34

 

B Who holds the stakes? A Case study of stakeholder identificcationa ttwo nuclear

weapons production sites. (lead suthor Patricia Boiko). Risk Analysis,1996 16: 237-249

 

A Spatial inequality in Higher education in Washington. Journal of Applied

Geography forthcoming, Applied Geographic Studies

 

Articles forthcoming?

 

B Microgeography of 'the Republican revolution" Political Geography [submitted]

 

A,B Geographic impact of Hanford nuclear history. submitted to Applied

Geographic Studies.

 

A Dispersion and Return of aBirth cohort. submitted to International Journal of

Population Geography

 

A Counter cycles and instability. Patterns of recent Amertican Population Change,

submitted to Growth and Change

 

D Geographic variation in change in income inequality among US states, 1970-1990

 

F with David Hodge, Implication of Intelligent transportation systems for

metropolitan form. Forthcoming, Urban Geography

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS AND PROCEEDINGS

 

E,F Highways and services: The case of physician care, ch.5 in W.L.

Garrison, Studies of Highway Development and Geographic Change.

University of Washington Press, 1959.

 

F The value of travel time, pp 115-136 in R Mohring, ed. The Nature and

Measurement of Highway Benefits. Northwestern University Press, 1960.

 

A The development of models of migration and the role of electronic

processing , Entretiens de Monaco, The Measure of Human

Displacement, Paris, 1963.

 

A Simulation of central place patterns over time, Proceedings IGU

Symposium in Urban geography, Lund Studies in Geography, Series B 24,

1963.

 

F Economic geographic criteria for highway decisions. Part 6.4, Criteria

for Highway Benefit Analysis, p 401-446. University of Washington,

Dept. of Civil Engineering, 1964.

 

F System benefits from road network improvements, in Criteria for

Highway Benefit Analysis, Highway Economic Studies, University of

Washington, 1965

 

F The movement of persons and the transportration problem, in W.L.

Garrison, ed. Quantitative Geography, Northwestern University Press,

1967.

 

C Problems of modelling interaction (w Robert Earickson) in K Cox and R

Golledge, eds. Behavioral Problems in Geography, Northwestern

University Studies in Geography, 17,1969, 254-276.

 

C On the arrangement and concentration of points in the plane, in

Perspectives in Geography, H McConnell and D Yaseen, eds. Northern

Illinois University Press, 1971, 30-43

 

D A geographic perspective on the black ghetto. in H Rose, ed Geography of

the Ghetto. pp 27-59, Northern Illinois University Press, 1972.

 

A Fundamental issues concerning future settlements in the United States,

pp 81-94 in F Horton, ed, Geographical Perspectives on Urban Problems,

National Academy of Sciences, Washington, 1973.

 

A Urbanization in a developing economy: Indian perspectives and patterns

(w. D Mookherjee) International Studies Series, Vol 2 New York: Sage

Publications, 1973.

 

D Geography and the transformation of society, pp 1-9 in Geography and

Contemporary Issues, Melvin Albaum, ed, New York: Wiley, 1973.

Originally in Antipode, Vol 1, 1969-1970. Reprinted in anniversary

issue of Antipode, 1987.

 

A Growth center Hinterland relations. pp 215-243 in F Heileiner and W

Stohr, eds. Proceedings, International Geographical Union, Commission

on Regional Aspects of Development, London, Ontario, 1974.

 

D Territorial implementation of black power in the United States, 175-

189 in Cultural Discord in the Modern World, L Evenden and F

Cunningham, eds. Geographical Series, Tantalus, Vancouver, BC 1974.

 

B Geographic imagination and political redistricting, pp 227-242 in

Spatial Aspects of Public Policy, T Coppock and W Sewell, eds.

Pergamon Press,1976.

 

G Seattle, a Vignette (with others). Chs 1 and 2. pp 9-16. Ballinger, 1976.

 

C,A Geography as spatial interaction, pp 16-30 in J Eyre ed, A Man for All

Regions (Contributions of E L. Ullman ) University of North Carolina,

Dept. of Geography, Studies in Geography # 11, 1978

 

A Impacts of urban growth centers on their hinterlands, pp 55-72 in

Proceedings, US-Hungarian Exchange in Problems of Urban Geography,

Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1978

 

A The national settlement system of the United States, in National

Settlement Systems, Warsaw: International Geographical Union and

Polish Academy of Sciences, 1979 (w. R Sinclair and D di Martino).

 

A Bases for non-metropolitan growth, Proceedings, US-Hungarian

Exchange in Problems of Urban Geography, Ann Arbor, University of

Michigan,1980

 

 

B Washington (w. H Bone) p 329-334 in Reapportionment Politics, A

Heslop, ed Rose Institute of State and Local Government, 1981

 

A How migration and regional development affect organizations. in W

Starbuck, ed., Handbook of Organizational Design. Oxford, 1981.

 

A On the settlement process. Lund Studies in Geography, #48, (1981) pp

247-260, (Festschrift on the retirement of Torsten Hagerstrand)

 

D Dilemmas of pluralism in the United States, pp 69-80 in Pluralism and

Political Geography, N Kliot and S Waterman, eds., Croom Helm,1983

 

A Settlement systems of the United States, pp 23-49 in L. Bourne, ed.

Urbanization and Settlement Systems, Oxford, 1984.

 

G The Quantitative Revolution's Early Years, in Recollections of a

Revolution, M Billings, et. al., eds Macmillian, 1984.

 

A Forest land use and settlement, 36-40 in G Bradley, ed. Land use and

resource in a changing environment. University of Washington, School

of Forestry, 1984

 

Sp National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council, The

Behavioral and Social Sciences. Committee on Basic Research in the

Behavioral and Social Sciences. Washington DC 1988

 

A,D Post industrial and de-industrial polarization , in Proceedings,

International Conference in Geography in a Post Industrial World,

Vechta, W. Germany, pp 43-48. Vechtaer Arbeiten zur Geographie und

Regional Wissenschaft,1988

 

A Counterurbanization and the theme of population concentration, in

Geography in America. C Willmott and G Gaile eds. pp 266-269, 1989.

 

B State and local government commissions and governance of the

metropolisÓ 1990, ch 18. pp 297-309 in Bennett, R. editor,

Decentralization, local government snd markets. Oxford Univ. Press

 

A,C Urbanization of the United States, ch 7 (pp 113-144) in S. Tuck Wong, ed.,

Person, Place and Thing, (Festschirft for P. Wagner). Geoscience and Man, vol. 31,

1992

 

B A Geographer's Perspective, 1990, pp 212-238 in B Grofman, ed., Political

Gerrymandering and the Courts, Agathon Press, New York,

 

B Geography and election law (w F Shelley) in E Wije, ed. Law and

Geography [forthcoming] ??

 

C,A Long wave spatial and economic interrelationships in urban

development, (w S Krakover) in E Casetti, & J.P. Jones, eds, Application of the

Expansion Method. Routledge, 1991, pp161-184

 

B Washington and Quality of legislative redistricting, chs. in

Gerrymandering in the 1980s, A Heslop, ed. Rose Institute of State and

Local Government. Claremont, CA. 1991

 

A Myths about metropolis, in J F Hart ed, Our Changing Cities, Johns Hopkins

press . 1991. Chapter 1, pp 1-11.

 

A/B Politics of growth management: centralization by subterfuge , pp 451-475 in

Bennett, Robert (ed), Local Government and Market decentralization, . UN

University, Tokyo, 1994.

 

B Washington, in A. Heslop, editor, Redistricting in the 1980s. Rose Institute of

AState and Local Government, 1993.

 

B Electoral geography and gerrymandering: space and politics. in Demko, G and

Woods, W., eds. Reordering the World. Westview Press. 1994

 

D Racial and ethnic conflict: Geographic perspectives, 275-300 (with H Rose) in

Gittler, J ed. Research in Human Social Conflict: JAI Press, 1995

 

A. Washington, w. E Chase, (1993) in A Guide to state and local census geography,

US Bureau of the Census and APDU. pp 98-99

 

B Reconciling geography and the politics of race in F Shelley, J Leib and G Webster,

eds. _____ Syracuse University Pres 1996 [forthcoming]

 

B Progress in political Geography, in R Dikshit, editor, Political Geography,

forthcoming 196?

 

Notes, Comments and Short Articles

 

A The regional location of public services, Geographical Analysis, 52

(1967) 607-609

 

A Urban geography and the Lund Symposium, Geographical Review, 53,

1963: 602-605.

 

F,E Relationship between transportation and hospital location and

utilization, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, August 1967

 

E Numerous ÒWorking PapersÓ of the Chicago Regional Hospital Study,

1967-1968.

 

D Geographical aspects of poverty in the United States, Proceedings,

Assoc of Amer. Geogr. 1, 1969, 117-121

 

A Statistical regions for the United States, Geographical Review, 59,

1969, 612-614.

 

D,B The territorial implementation of black power in the United States,

Proceedings, IGU Congress, Montreal, 1972 pp 1242-1244

 

D A Model of ghetto growth, Proceedings, IGU Congress, Montreal, 1972 pp

1177-1180

 

A Information for regional development, Geographical Review, 63, 1973,

401-404

 

A Growth and land use issues in Puget Sound, Discussion paper 74-2

Institute for Environmental Studies. 1974.

 

A Population and economic development in Washington state, 1950-1990.

Proceedings of Conference on Growth and the Quality of Life, Inst. for

Environmental Studies, 1974.

 

G The Future of geography, Professional Geographer, 27, 1975, p 1

 

G Productivity of American PhD granting departments of geography,

Professional Geographer, 32 1980

 

A Where have all the people gone? The Weekly. Seattle, January 1981

 

A Moving in on the last frontier. Pacific Northwest. July-August 1981, pp

18-21

 

G Scientific geography as a geographic tradition. pp 4-6 in Pittsburgh

Geography and Regional Science Newsletter, 1983

 

A Washington state and its people.. Agenda 2000 pp 28-39 Washington

State Institute for Public Policy, 1985.

 

C A comment: Shaul KrakoverÕs Identification of spatiotemporal paths of

spread and backwash. Geographical Analysis, 17 1985.

 

G Talks with Teachers (interview) Journal of Geography. 84 (1985) 158-

160

 

D Does busing cause increased segregation? The Weekly. November 1987

 

A The Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project. Professional

Geographer, 41 (1989) 198-203

 

C Diffusion and Quantitative Revolution; in Encyclopedia of Modern

Geography, G Dunbar, ed. Garland Publ. [1990?]

 

A ÒGrowthÓ, part 1 in ÔThe Price of GrowthÕ, Institute for Public Policy and

Management, Univ. of Washington, 1992

 

A Twice annual demographic reports in Seattle-Everett Real Estate

Research Report. 1986 to present

 

A Why containment wonÕt work. Seattle Weekly, 1993, also Eastside Weekly.

 

D Spatial engineering and geographic integrity. Political Geography. 14: 1995

 

B Tyranny of the Majority: in Symposium on book by Lani Guinier. Social Science

Quarterly , March 1996 77: 3-6 Territory, community and collective

representation.

 

REPORTS

 

E Medical resources for civil defense. Washington State Civil Defense

19 Survival Plan, 1956.

 

Sp Billings-Yellowstone County Master Plan, (portions) Billings Planning

Commission, 1958

 

F Investigation of the internal spatial distribution of transportation

facilities, 61-149 in Transportation Geography Research,

Transportation Center, Northwestern University, 1960.

 

A Report of Committee on data by small areas, Census Advisory

Committee, in Professional Geographer, 1965 (w B Berry and W Tobler)

 

A Those missing urbanized areas, Special report to Bureau of the Census,

1972

 

A Alternatives for Washington (summary and review) University of

Washington Institute for Environmental Studies, 1979

 

D King County Intermediate School District Boundary Study (report with L

Svart) 1975

 

D Neighborhood Impact Study ( w Diane Manninen) Ch 2., 31-93. Seattle

Public Schools: Schools and Neighborhood Project, 1976

 

A Policy verification- consistency and feasibility of long range planning

policies. Report to Office of Financial Management, Olympia, 1976.

(Alternatives for Washington)

 

A Population and housing in the King County Urban-rural fringe. report to

King County Planning, 1979

 

Spec. An evaluation of approaches to preservation of the delta lobes,

braided channel, three forks park, North and Middle Forks Snoqualmie

river ; and Nonstructural alternatives to the managvement of the

Snohomish river basin flood hazard, Seattle US Corps of Engineers, 1980

 

A Population redistribution and forecasts in Washington, 50 p., University

of Washington, Dept. of Geography, 1983

 

B,D School district organization and educational opportunities, (w. D.

Hodge) for Temporary Committee on Educational Policies, Structure

and Management, 1984 (for Legislature and Supt of Publ. Instr).

 

A,D Forecasts of Special Needs Students in Washington State, Report for

Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1986

 

D Alternate Desegregation Plans for the Seattle Schools (Reports to

Seattle Public Schools, April and October 1987, February 1988).

 

A Planning for University of Washington Branch Campuses, report to

Office of the Provost, 1988 (demographic and location analysis)

 

F Year 2000 Plan for Public Transportation Report for METRO March 1988

 

A Myths and facts about growth management (with David Hodge), March,

1991

 

 

A Washington State County Population Projections, (Review of OFM forecasts for

the Growth Management Act), 1992

 

A 1990 Census Washington State Population Summary: Ethnic Variation and

population change, 1991

 

A Metropolitan Concepts: Report for Bureau of the Census [on revising the

meaning and definitions of metropolitan areas] December, 1991, Wash DC

 

F Analysis of RTP (Regional Transportation project), March 1993

 

A Population of the Hanford Region, 1945-1951. (December 1993) Technical Steering

Panel, Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project.

 

A. Populations at risk of varying levels of radiation exposure. (December 1994).

Technical Steering Panel, Hanford Environmental Dose Reconstruction Project.

 

A. Participation in colleges and universities; future population and enrollment

implications; spatial inequality in higher education in Wasington.

for University of Washington President and provost. Summer, Fall 1995

 

B ,A Geographic character of the Hanford region. CRESP report, June 1996

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 

Los Angeles; the fragmented metropolis, by Robert Fogelson, Harvard Univ

Press, 1969, in Urban Studies, 6 (1969) 260-261

 

Innovation Diffusion as a Spatial Process, by Torsten Hagerstrand,

(Chicago, Univ. of Chicago Press), in Economic Geography, 45 (1969)

277-278

 

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