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The Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Environmental Change

John Matthews
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This book is a comprehensive, extremely good value reference that will be an invaluable companion for any student of the environment, physical geography or the earth sciences throughout their course. Containing everything from definitions of physical features such as glaciers to discussions of the causes and impacts of climatic change, via the El Nino effect, soils and rivers, it contains an incredible range of information. Up-to-date references are provided throughout to guide further research, making this book essential for project and dissertation work as well as a more general course reference. The book is accessibly written by an international team of authors and is clearly presented, with extensive cross-referencing throughout to make the information easy to access. It is well illustrated and also has an index. All in all, this is the perfect companion to courses in physical geography and environmental studies, completely up-to-the minute and recommended by 'Nature'!
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Edition Details
Author John Matthews
Binding Type Paperback
Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
Year Published 2003-02-28
Number of Pages 704
ISBN 13 9780340809761
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