The geographic basis of society

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Prentice-Hall, inc., 1933 - Science - 626 pages

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Contents

GEOGRAPHY AS A STUDY OF MAN AND His ENVIRON
1
society
10
objectives for the student
16
CHAPTER PAOB
50
factors location as a geographic factor climatic factors
64
LOCATION AS A GEOGRAPHIC FACTOR
70
MAPS AND THEIR INTERPRETATION
90
LANDS AND THEIR GEOGRAPHIC IMPORTANCE
126
SOILS AND ENVIRONMENT
316
THE UTILIZATION OF FOREST LAND
342
AGRICULTURAL USES OF LAND
375
THE UTILIZATION OF URBAN LAND
401
MINERALS AND INDUSTRIES
434
CHAPTER PAGE
457
water as
474
CULTURAL FACTORS IN ENVIRONMENT
500

OHAPTIR PAOE
132
WEATHER AND MAN
193
CHAPTER PAOK
248
rain forest climate the savanna climate tropical desert
280
THE SEASONS AS GEOGRAPHICAL INFLUENCES
288
THE GEOGRAPHY OF CIVILIZATION
531
Comparative World Statistics
559
Bibliography
599
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