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Geosystems Intro Physical Geography L/M (Paperback, 4th Ed) Loot Price: R717
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Geosystems Intro Physical Geography L/M (Paperback, 4th Ed): Gail Lewis Hobbs
Geosystems Intro Physical Geography L/M (Paperback, 4th Ed): Gail Lewis Hobbs

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Gail Lewis Hobbs

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PLEASE PROVIDE COURSE INFORMATIONIdeal for use with any text on Physical Geography, this laboratory manual contains step-by-step exercises that help students apply essential geographic principles, methods, and tools to better understand Earth and its systems. Organization of each lab exercise chapter entails an introduction, key terms and concepts listing, objectives of the chapter, and a listing of materials and sources needed to complete the exercises. The initial laboratory exercise is called the Prologue Lab and is unique to this manual. The assignments in the Prologue are meant to span the entire term and will provide students with the tools of spatial analysis that are at the core of geography.


Imprint: Pearson Education Limited
Country of origin: United Kingdom
Release date: August 2001
Authors: Gail Lewis Hobbs
Dimensions: 279 x 216mm (L x W)
Format: Paperback
Edition: 4th Ed
ISBN-13: 978-0-13-011324-5
Barcode: 9780130113245
Categories: Books > Science & Mathematics
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LSN: 0-13-011324-7

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