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Changing Environments

Edited By: Dick Morris, Joanna Freeland, Steve Hinchcliffe and Sandy Smith
336 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs
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Examines how and why environments change as a result of natural and human-mediated processes. Considers the scales of time and space over which changes in our environments occur; how human use of the resources of energy, land, water and the atmosphere effect environments; the role of technology and economics in shaping human actions on our environments; and the use and limitations of different models for thinking about environmental change.


Series Preface. Introduction (Dick Morris). Dynamic Earth: processes of change (Dick Morris and Charles Turner). Dynamic Earth: human impacts (Alan Reddish). Population change and environmental change (Michael Drake and Joanna Freeland). Changing land (Dick Morris). Water (Mark Brandon and Sandy Smith). Dynamic atmosphere: changing climate and air quality (Roger Blackmore and Rod Barratt). Uneven development, globalization and environmental change (Noel Castree). Conclusion: General conclusions: thinking about environmental change (Dick Morris). Acknowledgements. Index.

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Edited By: Dick Morris, Joanna Freeland, Steve Hinchcliffe and Sandy Smith
336 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs
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...well illustrated in colour...lots of 'activities' for students to pursue... (Progress in Physical Geography Vol. 28 No. 3)
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