After a discussion of what geography is and the tools used to study it, Cultural Geography begins by looking at the world as a whole—its physical characteristics, climate, and people. It then turns to an examination of the earth continent by continent, studying the physical geography, human geography, and the interactions between the two for each region. Numerous photographs, maps, charts, and more fill each chapter.
|Suggested Grade: 9th - 12th|
|Author: Dennis Bollinger|
|Copyright: 2021 (5th edition)|
|Softbound: 588 pages|