Advanced Geography by Garrett NagleAdvanced Geography by Garrett Nagle

Advanced Geography

byGarrett Nagle

Hardcover | January 15, 2000

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Designed to meet the demands of A-Level specifications (both AS and A2) Advanced Geography provides authoritative coverage of course requirements in a convenient and cost-effective single volume. Award-winning author and experienced geography teacher Garrett Nagle combines experience with precise reference to the specifications to provide a thorough and detailed treatment of topics through a variety of features. DT The text is presented in short manageable sections to help students access information easily DT 'Surgeries' explain difficult theories and concepts and 'Seminars' examine key issues and controversies DT Geographical skills and case studies, both vital for exam success, are prominent throughout DT Important words and terms are explained, over 800 illustrations aid understanding, and 1000 questions reflect examination demands
Garrett Nagle is at St Edward's School, Oxford.
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Title:Advanced GeographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:464 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0.91 inPublished:January 15, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199134073

ISBN - 13:9780199134076

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Table of Contents

1. Tectonics2. Weathering and rocks3. Slopes and mass movement4. Hydrology5. Rivers6. Coasts7. Periglaciation and glaciation8. Deserts9. Climate10. Soils11. Ecosystems12. Population13. Settlement14. Farming15. Industry16. Development17. Tourism18. Services19. Energy20. Transport21. Regional Policy

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`offers a complete course without having recourse to teacher or other texts. It interests and stimulates ... Nagle achieves a fine balance between the physical and human aspects of geography, with clear diagrams and relevant photographs. Case studies are meaningful and up-to-date.'Avril Cooper, Geographical Association, April 2001