Physical Geography: The Global Environment By de Blij & Muller. Devoted to our planet’s natural surroundings, emphasizing the growing concern for environmental issues especially in the area of human/environment interactions. Relates physical geography to other natural and physical sciences, introducing system and modeling approaches. Topics run the gamut from clouds, ocean waves, soils and forests to rocks, minerals, deserts and barren wastes. Material is organized into 52 focused units approximately 10-15 pages each. Features a copious amount of photographs and illustrations.
Well known for its flexibility, clarity of presentation, and graphic excellence, Physical Geography: The Global Environment, Fourth Edition, provides a thorough, scientifically authoritative, accessible, and geographic view into Earth’s physical systems. Flexible structure: Fifty short, self-contained units make the material in the text easier for students to understand and provide instructors with maximum flexibility in assigning readings, rearranging the order in which materials are taught, and customizing content.download link 1