Over 1,000 eBooks and counting - introducing the Geography eCollection
We are very proud of our Geography eCollection, which brings together a huge selection of our finest publications and which is growing all the time as new eBooks are published. The collection is aimed at libraries and institutions and is ideal for Geography departments wishing to offer their students the full range of Routledge content at a fair price.
The eCollection features introductory textbooks, such as Joseph Holden’s Physical Geography: The Basics, as well as high-level research, including Sunburnt Cities: The Great Recession, Depopulation and Urban Planning in the American Sunbelt by Justin Hollander. There is something for the general reader, undergraduate student, or academic.
The collection covers all of the main topics studied within the discipline and its cognate fields, including:
• Development Geography
• Environmental Modelling
• Feminist Geography
• Political Geography
• Rural Studies
and many more ....
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Series: The Basics
Physical Geography: The Basics is a concise and engaging introduction to the interactions, systems and processes that have shaped, and continue to shape, the physical world around us. This book introduces five key aspects of the study of physical geography: atmosphere, weather and climate systems...
Published April 27th 2011 by Routledge
The Great Recession, Depopulation and Urban Planning in the American Sunbelt
In recent years there has been a growing focus on urban and environmental studies, and the skills and techniques needed to address the wider challenges of how to create sustainable communities. Central to that demand is the increasing urgency of addressing the issue of urban decline, and the...
Published January 13th 2011 by Routledge