Exploitation, conservation, preservation: a geographic perspective on natural resource use
J. Wiley, Mar 27, 1991 - Business & Economics - 455 pages
Using a geographic approach to the study of the environment and environmental policy, the authors have successfully integrated physical, economic, social and political considerations of the major natural resource issues facing the world today. Features many maps, photos and other visual materials to reinforce learning. New to this edition is material on toxic substances and land resources as well as a focus on current issues in the topic.
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