This exciting new series looks at the places on Earth (and beyond) that are yet to be fully explored. It covers what we already know about the places and how we found this out as well as possibilities for future explorations using new technology and techniques. Solid geographical content places each unexplored place in context. Students are provided with understanding as to where the places are and why they are unexplored. Pros and cons of continuing to explore are discussed, encouraging students to consider the issues and make up their own minds. Case study examples of past and current exploration, including famous explorers and discoveries are included, enabling students to apply their understanding to real-life situations.
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