3 edition of regional geography of the world-system found in the catalog.
regional geography of the world-system
Cornelis Peter Terlouw
by Koninklijk Nederlands Aardrijkskundig Genootschap, Faculteit Ruimtelijke Wetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht in Utrecht
Written in English
|Statement||Cornelis Peter Terlouw.|
|Series||Nederlandse geografische studies -- 144|
|Contributions||Koninklijk Nederlands Aardrijkskundig Genootschap., Rijksuniversiteit te Utrecht. Faculteit Ruimtelijke Wetenschappen.|
Regional geography is still taught in some universities as a study of the major regions of the world, such as Northern and Latin America, Europe, and Asia and their countries. In addition, the notion of a city-region approach to the study of geography, underlining . The countries of the realm share some key physical geography traits that influence all other human activities. The first critical common trait relates to the climate of the region. Though various climate types can be found in this realm, it is the dry or arid type B climate that dominates and covers most of the physical : R. Adam Dastrup, Ma, Gisp.
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Submissions to the Book Series are also invited on the theme ‘The Geography of ’, with a relevant subtitle of the authors/editors choice. Proposals for the series will be considered by the Series Editor and International Editorial Board. An author/editor questionnaire and instructions for authors can be obtained from the Publisher. Chapter 1: Introduction to the World Geography. The discipline of geography bridges the social sciences with the physical sciences and can provide a framework for understanding our world. By studying geography, we can begin to understand the relationships and common factors that tie our human community together.
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