The Dictionary of Physical Geography by P-Wiley

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The third edition of this comprehensive encyclopedic dictionary covers the whole field of physical geography and provides an essential reference for all students and lecturers in this field.

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									The Dictionary of Physical
Geography
The Dictionary of Physical Geography
Editor: David S. G. Thomas
Editor: Andrew S. Goudie



Edition: 3
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The third edition of this comprehensive encyclopedic dictionary covers the whole field of physical
geography and provides an essential reference for all students and lecturers in this field.
Author Bio
David S. G. Thomas
David Thomas is Professor and Chair of the Department of Geography at the University of Sheffield. He is
the author of seven books and over 100 refereed research papers in journals and edited volume
contributions. Recent work includes Desertification: Exploding the Myth (with N. J. Middleton, 1994); Arid
Zone Geomorphology: Process, Form and Change in Drylands (ed., 2nd edn, 1997) and World Atlas of
Desertification (with N. J. Middleton, 2nd edn, 1997).


Andrew S. Goudie
Andrew Goudie is Professor of Geography at the University of Oxford, wherehe was also Head of
Development and a Pro-Vice-Chancellor from 1995 to 1997. His previous books include Environmental
Change (with Stephen Stokes, 4th edn, 2000), The Nature of the Environment (Blackwell, 3rd edn, 1993),
The Changing Earth (Blackwell, 1995), The Human Impact Reader (Blackwell, 1997), The Earth
Transformed (with Heather Viles, Blackwell, 1997) The Human Impact on the Natural Environment (5th
Ed. Blackwell, 1999).

								
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