Geosystems: an introduction to physical geography

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Prentice Hall, 2003 - Science - 660 pages
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Geosystems fully defines geography by offering the latest science in an easily understood matter. With its breathtaking remote sensing imagery, excellent cartography, and technological tie-ins, this book is an interesting and well-conceived introduction to the study of Physical Geography. Using the latest in satellite imagery and current statistical information, this book covers such topics as: the energy-atmosphere system; the water, weather, and climate systems; the earth-atmosphere interface; and soils, ecosystems, and biomes.

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Review: Geosystems: An Introduction to Physical Geography (6th Edition)

User Review  - Roby - Goodreads

I read this textbook needed for my Physical Geography class. As an introduction to the science it served its purpose. It taught general ideas about all the different disciplines of the science. I did ... Read full review

Review: Geosystems: An Introduction to Physical Geography (6th Edition)

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The Science of Geography
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