Introduction to Geography, Getis/Getis/Fellmann

The Earth Science Tradition

The focus of Part I of the text is on earth as the environment and habitat of humans. The primary concern of physical geographers, acting within the earth science tradition, is the interplay between the encompassing physical world and the activities of humans. Both the diversity and reciprocal nature of human-environmental interactions are recurring themes not only in these 4 chapters but also in all geographic inquiry.

Chapter 2 Maps
Chapter 3 Physical Geography: Landforms
Chapter 4 Physical Geography: Weather and Climate
Chapter 5 Human Impact on the Environment

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