A Sense of Place: Book 2 Places, Resources, and People

Paperback | April 1, 1983

byRex Beddis

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This book is concerned with the relationships between environments, resources and people at scales ranging from local to global.DT Presents a number of ideas through a range of data - text, photographs, drawings, diagrams, statistics and mapsDT Encourages students to form opinion through feelings and values as well as evidenceDT Develops a wide range of skillsDT Helps students to look at the future as well as understand the present

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This book is concerned with the relationships between environments, resources and people at scales ranging from local to global.DT Presents a number of ideas through a range of data - text, photographs, drawings, diagrams, statistics and mapsDT Encourages students to form opinion through feelings and values as well as evidenceDT Develo...

The late Rex Beddis was formerly Senior Humanities Advisor, Avon.
Format:PaperbackPublished:April 1, 1983Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198334346

ISBN - 13:9780198334347

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Table of Contents

1. Planet earth2. Rainforest3. Desert4. Monsoon lands5. Polar lands6. Mid-latitudes7. Mountain8. Water resources9. Crop resources10. Animal resources11. Resources from the sea12. From the earth's crust13. Human skill14. Places as resources15. Places, resources and people

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`A remarkable collection of geographical facts, ideas, and skills that will have an immediate appeal'TES