This introductory level text explores various theoretical approaches to human-environment geography, demonstrating how local dynamics and global processes influence how we interact with our environments.Introduces students to fundamental concepts in environmental geography and scienceExplores the core theoretical traditions within the field, along with major thematic issues such as population, food and agriculture, and water resourcesOffers an engaging and unique view of the spatial relationships between humans and their environment across geographical locations around the worldIncludes a variety of real-world policy questions and emphasizes geography s strong tradition of field work by featuring prominent nature-society geographers in guest field notes
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 978 g
Dimensions: 263 x 187 x 27 mm
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