Geography: realms, regions, and concepts
Each chapter has been thoroughly revised to reflect the changing cultural, political, and physical landscape of our world.
Increased coverage of environmental change and the risks that the planet faces with 6.2 billion people.
This new eleventh edition places more emphasis on critical thinking, human geography and environmental issues.
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Introduction World Regional Geography
Regions and Cultures
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Africa agricultural Amerindian Asian Australia Azerbaijan Basin border boundary British Canada capital Caribbean Central century Chechnya China Chinese climates cluster coast coastal colonial communist continue core area country's cultural landscape dominated East eastern economic empire ethnic Europe Europe's European European Union exports farming federal FIELD NOTES Figure forces foreign French frontier geographic realm global growth immigrants India Indonesia industrial interior Islamic islands Japan Japanese Korea land largest lies mainland major manufacturing markets ment Mexico Middle America miles million modern Moscow mountain Muslim Myanmar neighboring North America northern Ocean Pacific Rim Pakistan Peninsula percent periphery political population port primate city production provinces region Republic River Russian South South Asia South Korea Southeast Asia southern Soviet Soviet Union spatial Subsaharan Africa Taiwan territory tion trade Union United University urban West Western zone