Geosystems: an introduction to physical geography

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1997 - Science - 656 pages
6 Reviews
Geosystems is written, organized, and illustrated to give new learners an accessible, systematic, and visually appealing start in physical geography. The book is supported by a superior cartographic, illustration, and a digital media program. With an integrated, easy to understand, easy to use technology program, this book excels in motivating exploration and enhancing presentation. A four-part organization of chapter covers the energy-atmosphere system; the water, weather, and climate systems; the earth-atmosphere interface; and soils, ecosystems, and biomes. For individuals with an interest in physical geography.

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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)

User Review  - Saad Abdullrahman - Goodreads

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Contents

Essentials of Geography
1
Earth as a System
9
Great Circles and Small Circles
15
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