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History of the Study of Landforms

by R. P. Beckinsale, Mrs R J M Chorley & R. J. Chorley

This volume is entirely devoted to the life and work of the world's most famous geomorphologist, William Morris Davis (1850-1934). It contains a treatment in depth of Davis' many contributions to the study of...


After the World Trade Center: Rethinking New York City

by Michael Sorkin & Sharon Zukin

The terrorist attacks of September 11 have created an unprecedented public discussion about the uses and meanings of the central area of lower Manhattan that was once the World Trade Center. While the city sifts...


Geographic Thought: A Praxis Perspective

by George Henderson & Marvin Waterstone

Without social movements and wider struggles for progressive social change, the field of Geography would lack much of its contemporary relevance and vibrancy. Moreover, these struggles and the geographical scholarship...


Women of the European Union: The Politics of Work and Daily Life

by Maria Dolors Garcia-Ramon & Janice Monk

Women of the European Union challenges gender- blind assessments of the economic and social aspects of the Union's policies to examine the real implications of Union for the diversity of women in the Member...


Environmental Biology

by Allan M. Jones

Environmental Biology offers an accessible introduction to the core elements of biology and the biosphere. With balanced coverage of acquatic and terrestrial examples throughout, the text builds logically to...


Applied Climatology: Principles and Practice

by Allen Perry, Dr Russell Thompson & Russell Thompson

'Big freeze' conditions, storms, severe flooding, droughts, and heatwaves - recent extremes in weather, with their resultant physical, economic and human losses, highlight the vulnerability of society to changes...


Outdoor Recreation Management

by John Jenkins & John Pigram

It is now widely recognized that recreation is as important as work. This revealing book analyzes leisure and outdoor recreation in terms of both their management and their wider importance to society. Specifically,...


Eco-Hydrology

by Andrew J. Baird & Robert L. Wilby

^iEco-Hydrology is the first book to offer an overview of the complex relationships between plants and water across a wide range of terrestrial and aquatic environments. Leading ecologists and hydrologists present...


Land and Limits: Interpreting Sustainability in the Planning Process

by Richard Cowell & Susan Owens

In a new and critical analysis, this book explores the impact of an influential idea - sustainable development - on the institutions and practices governing use of land. It examines the paradox that in spite...


Virtual Geographies: Bodies, Space and Relations

by Mike Crang, Phil Crang & Jon May

Virtual Geographies explores the possibilities and dangers brought by the revolution in communication technologies, outlining how these technologies are being used to produce new geographies and new types of...


Political Geography

by Mark Blacksell

In 1904 Sir Halford Mackinder published his seminal paper The Geographical Pivot of History demonstrating the central position of political geography in the study of geography as a whole; a century later and...


Success with Mathematics

by Heather Cooke

Many students find the leap between school and university level mathematics to be significantly greater than they expected. Success with Mathematics has been devised and written especially in order to help students...


Urban Geography: A Global Perspective

by Michael Pacione

For the first time in the history of humankind, urban dwellers outnumber rural residents and this trend is destined to continue. Urban places, towns and cities are of fundamental importance: even those living...


The Handbook of Geoscience

by Frank R. Spellman & Melissa L. Stoudt

Written in an engaging, highly readable style, it is ideal for students, administrators, legal professionals, non-science professionals and general readers with little or no science background, the handbook...


Environmental Science: Principles and Practices

by Frank R. Spellman & Melissa L. Stoudt

The goal of Environmental Science: Principles and Practices provides the scientific principles, concepts, applications, and methodologies required to understand the interrelationships of the natural world, to...


Characterization of Semiconductor Heterostructures and Nanostructures

by Giovanni Agostini & Carlo Lamberti

Characterization of Semiconductor Heterostructures and Nanostructures” is structured so that each chapter is devoted to a specific characterization technique used in the understanding of the properties (structural,...


Mathematical Concepts and Methods in Modern Biology: Using Modern Discrete Models

by Raina Robeva & Terrell Hodge

Mathematical Concepts and Methods in Modern Biology offers a quantitative framework for analyzing, predicting, and modulating the behavior of complex biological systems. The book presents important mathematical...


Advances in Virus Research

by Karl Maramorosch & Frederick A. Murphy

Published since 1953, Advances in Virus Research covers a diverse range of in-depth reviews providing a valuable overview of the current field of virology.

Key features:

* Contributions from leading authorities...


The Alkaloids

by Hans-Joachim Knolker

This series is world-renowned as the leading compilation of current reviews of this vast field. Internationally acclaimed for more than 40 years, The Alkaloids, founded by the late Professor R.H.F. Manske, continues...


Corridors to Extinction and the Australian Megafauna

by Steve Webb

Extinctions have always occurred and always will, so what is so surprising about the megafauna extinctions? They were caused by humans and were the first of many extinctions that eventually led to the extinction...