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Evaluating the Human Environment by John Charles Doornkamp John A. Dawson ISBN 13: 9780713156775

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Paperback; London: Hodder & Stoughton Educational, 1976; ISBN-13: 978-0713156775

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Evaluating the human environment: essays in applied geography
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Evaluating the human environment: essays in applied geography

by John A. Dawson, John Charles Doornkamp

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Evaluating the Human Environment. Essays in applied geography
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Evaluating the Human Environment. Essays in applied geography

by Dawson, John A., and John C. Doornkamp (editors)

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(London: Edward Arnold, 1973) 0713156775. 225 x 148 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. (viii) + 288, incl. index; maps, graphs, tables and diagrams. Earlier owner's name signed on half-title and inside upper cover; faint trace of spotting to edges. Very good condition. "The editors of this volume have presented eleven essays which indicate the practical scope of the geographer's approach to the day-to-day operation of human society. The subjects range from the geographer's studies of air pollution and its control, through a diversity of interrelated physical and human geographical fields, to the role of geographers in politics and political decision-making. ... This volume aims to demonstrate to students of geography the range of applications open to them, and at the same time to indicate to non-geographers the important potential of geographical techniques applied to evaluation and planning." .
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Evaluating the Human Environment
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Evaluating the Human Environment

by John A. Dawson; John Charles Doornkamp

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