Gage Physical Geography 7: Discovering Global Systems and Patterns by Graham A. Draper, Lew French, Andrea Craig
  

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Gage Physical Geography 7: Discovering Global Systems and Patterns by Graham A. Draper, Lew French, Andrea Craig

Physical Geography 7 introduces students to the fundamental concepts of the study of geography - location/place, region, movement and pattern, the environment, and the interaction of humans with their physical environment. Students then use these geographic concepts as guides in their investigation of the basic physical patterns of landform, climate, and vegetation, and then apply the concepts through integrative studies of rivers and agriculture. Key Features: performance tasks designed to demonstrate understanding, establishes specific skill expectations, and meets assessment expectations; a complete mini-atlas; weblinks; built in assessment and review; and, end-of-chapter activities.

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Hardback
250 pages

Author

Graham A. Draper, Lew French, Andrea Craig
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Publication date

1st January 2000

ISBN

9780771582240


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