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for North Carolina Geographer Vol. 12 Issue , 2004
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The 2004 hurricane season was particularly devastating for the Atlantic United States, and North Carolina was no exception. This article discusses the impacts of seven tropical storm systems on North Carolina, looking particularly at precipitation.
Western North Carolina's snowfall can be highly variable. Characteristics such as elevation and exposure may dramatically alter the variability within sub-regions of this area of the state.
In looking at the political geography of North Carolina, Brown and Debbage examine the relationship between household income and North Carolinians registered as Republicans.
Cultural geography studies how humans live within their geographical locations. Typically this field incorporates ideas of cultural landscape, material culture, and architecture. The author proposes introducing students to this field by incorporating into curriculum a course in understanding the state's cultural geography.