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by Andrew S. Goudie

Author: Andrew S. Goudie
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 2 edition (November 10, 1983)
Pages: 268 pages
Category: Reference
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. In content and presentation (with attractive format, clear maps and diagrams, and a reasonable price), this book seems quite excellent; and that no serious student of physical geography, whether he be first- or second-year undergraduate or otherwise, should be without it is, to my mind, indisputable. -Geographical Journal. A very good text for its coverage of the physical basis of environmental change over the last 3 million years. Mannion, University of Reading.

Items related to Environmental Change (Contemporary Problems in Geography). This book examines the environmental changes of the last three million years. It is a concise, modern survey which details the developments in the study of environmental change. Andrew Goudie Environmental Change (Contemporary Problems in Geography). ISBN 13: 9780198741350. Traditional and recent techniques for the study of the Pleistocene are described and then the chronology, nature, and effects of the major events are outlined.

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A significant revision of a well established text in Environmental Change. Priced within the reach of undergraduates. Its strength is in the evidence for, and the courses of, environmental change. Smith, Oxford University. Excellent, clear introduction to the topic. Douglas, University of Manchester. An excellent text, well illustrated, and very readable.

Emeritus Professor Andrew Shaw Goudie (born 21 August 1945 in Cheltenham) is a geographer at the University of Oxford specialising in desert geomorphology, dust storms, weathering, and climatic change in the tropics. He is also known for his teaching and best-selling textbooks on human impacts on the environment.

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Environmental Change book. He was appointed Professor of Geography in 1984 and was head of the School of Geography from 1984 until 1994. Professor Andrew Shaw Goudie (born 1945) is a geographer at the University of Oxford specialising in desert geomorphology, dust storms, weathering, and climatic change in the tropics. He has also known for his teaching and best-selling textbooks on human impacts on the environment. From 1995 until 1997, he was President of the Oxford Development Programme and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the university.

This book examines the environmental changes of the last three million years. It is a concise, modern survey which details the developments in the study of environmental change

This book examines the environmental changes of the last three million years.

Professor Andrew Goudie was Professor of Geography and a Fellow of Hertford College from 1984 to 2003. A distinguished physical geographer, he was awarded the DSc by the University in 2002, a Royal Medal from the Royal Geographical Society in 1991, the Prize of the Royal Belgian Academy for 2002. He is also undertaking work on the landforms of Dorset and the Cotswolds.

Andrew Goudie (geographer). Thomas and Andrew Goudie, eds, The dictionary of physical geography (Oxford: Blackwell, 1985; 2nd edn 1994; 3rd edn 2000). Andrew Goudie - Drivers of environmental change: the case of the drylands. 'Desert Landscapes of the World' Professor Andrew Goudie (University of Oxford).

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