The Global EnvironmentBook - 2005
For decades, Physical Geography: The Global Environment has been theclassic introduction to the Earth and the way in which interaction with itshuman inhabitants has shaped the evolution of both. In this much-anticipatedCanadian Edition, Professors Cathy Conrad and Peter Long have seamlesslyincorporated significant Canadian data and examples while maintaining Harm deBlij's international approach to the five major components of theEarth--atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, cryosphere, and biosphere. Theresult is a comprehensive and authoritative text that is truly global in scope.This leading physical geography text now includes a free CD-ROM that helpstudents see physical processes in action, making concepts easier to understand.Supporting the learning experience inside and outside of the classroom,professors can supplement their lectures visually and students can use theCD-ROM for self-study.
Publisher: Don Mills, ON : Oxford University Press, 2005
Edition: Canadian ed
Branch Call Number: 910.02 P569
Characteristics: 756p. : ill
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