Places and regions in global context: human geography

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Pearson Education, Limited, 2003 - Human geography - 272 pages
This workbook is intended to help professors bridge the gap between a thematic and a regional approach to an introductory course. Designed to be used in conjunction with Knox and Marstons Places and Regions in Global Context. This workbook offers exercises that help students appreciate how certain geographic phenomena are encountered and reproduced in places and to help students appreciate the various problems and choices encountered by located individuals around the world.

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