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By Susan Hanson

When geographic principles switch the area in our heads, the impression could be learn at the flooring and in our lives. In those thought-provoking, witty essays, a few of America's so much exceptional geographers discover ten geographic rules that experience actually replaced the area and how we imagine and act. They take on rules that impose form at the international, principles that mildew our realizing of the normal atmosphere, and ideas that determine relationships among humans and areas. each one of these rules has had--and maintains to have—a deep influence at the means we comprehend the realm and our position in it. A compelling creation to the self-discipline of geography, this colleciton will swap how you examine either geography and the world!

The participants, who contain numerous previous presidents of the organization of yankee Geographers, participants of the nationwide Academy of Sciences, and authors of significant works within the self-discipline, are: Elizabeth ok. Burns, Patricia Gober, Anne Godlewska, Michael F. Goodchild, Susan Hanson, Robert W. Kates, John R. Mather, William B. Meyer, Mark Monmonier, Edward Relph, Edward J. Taaffe, and B. L. Turner, II.

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