An Introduction to Physical Geography and the Environment (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
840
Utgivningsdatum
2017-06-21
Upplaga
4
Förlag
Pearson
Dimensioner
274 x 214 x 43 mm
Vikt
1760 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781292083575
An Introduction to Physical Geography and the Environment (häftad)

An Introduction to Physical Geography and the Environment

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This highly respected and best-selling textbook provides an accessible, engaging and comprehensive introduction to the major topics within physical geography. It focuses on understanding the inter-linkages between processes, places and environments and is comprehensively illustrated to demonstrate how the physical environment works.

Now in its fourth edition, the book has been thoroughly updated throughout to contain the latest research. Between them, the contributors have researched in detail every environment on the planet, providing an unrivalled source of rich information from around the world for both undergraduate and postgraduate study in the field of physical geography.

 

Main features:

  • Each chapter is written by a leading specialist in the field to provide informative, expert and practical coverage.
  • A range of in-text features aid independent study including case studies, reflective questions, highlighted glossary terms and annotated further reading.
  • Boxed features, including Case Studies, Fundamental Principles, Techniques, Hazards and New Directions help apply knowledge to the real world.
  • An impressively wide range of examples from around the world illustrates the physical environment with truly global scope. 
An Introduction to Physical Geography and the Environment is accompanied by a rich and extensive range of electronic support resources including updated weblinks relevant for each chapter, an extended and annotated further reading list for each chapter, multiple choice questions, fieldwork exercises and interactive models.

 

Joseph Holden is Professor of Physical Geography at the School of Geography and also the Dean of Research for the Faculty of Environment, University of Leeds.
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Joseph Holden is Professor of Physical Geography at the School of Geography and also the Dean of Research for the Faculty of Environment, University of Leeds.

Innehållsförteckning

Preface to the fourth edition

List of contributors

Editors acknowledgements

Part I: The role of physical geography

Chapter 1. Approaching physical geography

Part II: Continent and oceans

Chapter 2. Earth geology and tectonics

Chapter 3. Oceans

Part III: Past, present and future climate and weather

Chapter 4. The Pleistocene

Chapter 5. The Holocene

Chapter 6. Atmospheric processes

Chapter 7. Contemporary climate change

Chapter 8. Global climate and weather

Chapter 9. Regional and local climates

Part IV: Biogeography and ecology

Chapter 10. The biosphere

Chapter 11. Ecosystem processes

Chapter 12. Freshwater ecosystems

Chapter 13. Vegetation and climate change

Part V: Geomorphology and hydrology

Chapter 14. Weathering

Chapter 15. Slope processes and landform evolution

Chapter 16. Sediments and sedimentation

Chapter 17. Soils

Chapter 18. Catchment hydrology

Chapter 19. Fluvial geomorphology and river management

Chapter 20. Solutes and water quality

Chapter 21. Drylands

Chapter 22. Coasts

Chapter 23. Glaciers and ice sheets

Chapter 24. Permafrost and periglaciation

Part VI: Monitoring and management

Chapter 25. Monitoring environmental change

Chapter 26. Dealing with hazards and environmental change