Applied Geography: Principles and Practice : an Introduction to Useful Research in Physical, Environmental and Human Geography

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Michael Pacione
Psychology Press, 1999 - Science - 632 pages
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Applied Geography offers an invaluable introduction to useful research in physical, environmental and human geography and provides a new focus and reference point for investigating and understanding problem-orientated research. Forty-nine leading experts in the field introduce and explore research which crosses the traditional boundary between physical and human geography. A wide range of key issues and contemporary debates are within the books main sections, which cover:
natural and environmental hazards
environmental change and management
challenges of the human environment
techniques of spatial analysis
Applied geography is the application of geographic knowledge and skills to identify the nature and causes of social, economic and environmental problems and inform policies which lead to their resolution.

 

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Environmental can be illustrated as the circle or origin or at which all man's activities were taken place

Contents

Global warming
21
Boxes
25
Plates
28
Acid precipitation
36
develop problems in the future
41
Extreme weather events
51
Earthquakes and vulcanism
66
4
74
Townscape conservation
333
Urbanisation and counterurbanisation
347
Boundary disputes
358
Political spaces and representation within the state
375
Accord
383
Housing problems in the developed world
390
The geography of poverty and deprivation
400
Segregation and discrimination
414

Landslides
83
2
86
2
97
Coastal erosion
109
Physical problems of the urban environment
124
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125
Water supply and management
137
2
176
7
182
1
189
Wetlands conservation
288
Landuse conflict at the urban fringe
301
Derelict and vacant land
309
Sustainable tourism
321
Crime and fear of crime
438
Retail location analysis
450
Urban transport and traffic problems
463
Rural accessibility and transport
474
City marketing as a planning tool
486
Lowincome shelter in the third world city
497
GIS remote sensing and the problem of environmental change
539
from traditional to electronic and beyond
556
Geodemographics marketing and retail location
577
applications in mountain
593
Computer simulation and modelling of urban structure and development
605
Place index
621
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The editor of this volume, Michael Pacione, is Professor of Geography at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

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