Identifies the important processes in glaciology and glacial geomorphology.
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Looks at how developing nations are shaped by their mineral wealth--and how they can turn oil from a curse into a blessing.
What happens when our water runs dry? Argues that mankind needs to rethink its whole attitude towards the use and misuse of natural resources.
Essential book for students of the environment and geography. Contains new case studies, online resources and statistics to environmental issues from all over the world.
Looks at the evidence that can be used to establish the history and scale of environmental changes during the Quaternary (the most recent geological period).
Remarkable record of life in the polar regions.
Volcanoes, eathquakes and tsumamis.
Innovative approach to the study of landforms.
Descriptive account of the geomorphology of England and Wales.
Describes many of the forces that create the Earth's surface.