The Earth: A Physical and Human Geography, Volume 3
This standard text in the field provides an overview of basic concepts and theory of physical and human geography. The revised presentation links more closely the physical and human themes, and connects historic events and modern phenomena. New material includes expanded treatments of spatial and environmental topics, crustal plate movements, biogeography, energy resources, demography, political geography, regional concepts and structures, plus a new chapter on careers in geography. Also contains additional color plates and many references to the geographical literature.
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