By: JD Chapman
280 pages, Illus
Each book in the "Themes in Resource Management" series provides an introduction to a key area of management for students of geography, economics, planning, politics and environmental studies. The books emphasize the practical achievements of resource management as an applied discipline and blend theoretical and empirial work to give a detailed review of resource problems of international importance. This volume analyzes the geography of commercial energy systems and focuses attention on the coal, oil, natural gas, electricity and uranium industries. Reference is made to their functional components, spatial structure, environmental aspects, organizational structure and modern developments.
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