Human ecology. Anthropogeography

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Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe, 900–1900

Ecological Imperialism

The Biological Expansion of Europe, 900–1900

US$24.99

The second edition of this classic work that evaluates the ecological reasons for European...

The Wealth of Nature: Environmental History and the Ecological Imagination

The Wealth of Nature

Environmental History and the Ecological Imagination

US$34.99

Hailed as "one of the most eminent environmental historians of the West" by Alan Brinkley in The...

Environmental Education in China
US$40.00

China’s environmental problems increasingly attract global attention, yet critics often...

Down to Earth: Nature's Role in American History

Down to Earth

Nature's Role in American History

US$38.99

In this ambitious and provocative text, environmental historian Ted Steinberg offers a sweeping...

The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate

The Revenge of Geography

What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate

In this provocative, startling book, Robert D. Kaplan, the bestselling author of Monsoon and ...

Introduction to Modern Climate Change
US$39.50

This introductory textbook on the problem of modern climate change – science, economics and policy –...

Asia, America, and the Transformation of Geopolitics
US$26.99

A provocative account of the state of Asian geopolitics and US foreign policy in Asia.

The Power of Place: Geography, Destiny, and Globalization's Rough Landscape

The Power of Place

Geography, Destiny, and Globalization's Rough Landscape

US$10.99

In recent years a spate of books and articles have argued that the world today is so mobile, so...

Geopolitics: A Very Short Introduction

Geopolitics

A Very Short Introduction

Geopolitics is a way of looking at the world: one that considers the links between political power,...

Key Concepts in Political Geography
US$48.00

A thorough, one-stop reference book on the sub-discipline's most important concepts.