Companion Encyclopedia of Geography

This is a completely revised edition of Routledge's very successful 1996 Companion Encyclopedia of Geography. As the first, the second edition will provide a comprehensive and integrated survey the discipline.

Companion Encyclopedia of Geography

Author: Ian Douglas

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This is a completely revised edition of Routledge's very successful 1996 Companion Encyclopedia of Geography. As the first, the second edition will provide a comprehensive and integrated survey the discipline.

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