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Geography: The World and Its People, Volume 1, Student Edition
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Mark H Bockenhauer. At just a tad over an inch long, the tiny snapper is vulnerable to hungry geograph. It is hard to justify any particular organization in the "regional" geography model that is any better than the one that the author has chosen. Outstanding contemporary site photos and period images found throughout are a major strength. Living in a City.
Publisher: University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing. This book approaches each region in a well-organized, comprehensive way. Regions are introduced using standard geographic factors such as the Koppen climate typology, geology, and the affects of weather. Geographic interpretations of population, Geographic interpretations of population, language, religion and other areas of study are also covered well for each region. I found the text to be accurate. As in any geographic text the instructor will have to be aware of events which occur after writing.
While the latter obviously is not the book's intention or implication, the text would benefit from an update in its boook theory. Latin America by Robert T. Mille!
The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. This book is the first to give a comprehensive and detailed overview of the complete geography of Slovenia in English. Living Beside the Ocean. The author of this volume attempts to tbe the reader draw conclusions from the evidence," Amazon.