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Introduction to Geography, Second Edition is built around three themes: the belief in the interrelationship between humans and their natural environment; the philosophy that many basic principles of human geography can be studied and demonstrated locally; and the idea that geography is dynamic. From this perspective, Bergman and Renwick give students the tools they need to understand current events, decide where to live, seek or build a career, and inform their own political opinions. The text also embraces contemporary issues in geography such as environmental change and adaptation, and gender justice.
|Appendix I Map Scale and Projections||546||(7)|
|Appendix II The Koppen Climate Classification System||553||(3)|
|Appendix III The World Today: Population, Economy, Environment||556||(5)|