Sheffield Publishing Company is pleased to present this helpful book priced to be affordably adoptable as a test or supplement in courses in U.S. or North American geography.
This book explores the physical and human factors that combine to create the variety of unique landscapes of the United States and Canada. This region is examined regarding its physical setting, historical development, population trends, and economic activities. Then selected major issues and problems are discussed.
This text is liberally illustrated with maps, charts, many photos, and other graphics. The use of maps and the many other tools and techniques available to today's geographer are discussed and examples given. The text is presented in 8 ½ x 11 workbook format with exercises perforated for tear-out and hand-in.
Table of Contents:
- The Physical Environment
- Weather, Climate, Vegetation and Soils
- Historical Development: Settlement and Expansion
- The Economic Base
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