The Geography of North America: Environment, Political Economy, and Culture
This book explores the geography of North America, using engaging examples to understand the cultures of Canada, the U.S., and Greenland. Helps readers understand the physical geography and environmental constraints and opportunities that underlie human settlement in comparative regions of North America. Conveys a sense of place, focusing on the richness of North American cultures, peoples, and places throughout with discussions of topics such as pop culture, music, foods, sports, and other topics of interest to help define and explain each region. Offers a superior, reader-friendly cartography program. For anyone interested in learning more about Canada, the U.S., and Greenland.
Specifications of The Geography of North America: Environment, Political Economy, and Culture
|Author||Susan W. Hardwick, Fred M. Shelley, Donald G. Holtgrieve|
|Number Of Pages||408|
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