Fundamentals of Physical Geography (2nd Edition)

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What is physical Geography?

Physical Geography is a sub-discipline of two much larger fields of study – Geography and Earth Sciences. The main purpose of Physical Geography is to explain the spatial characteristics of the various natural phenomena associated with the Earth’s hydrosphere, biosphere, atmosphere, and lithosphere.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Physical Geography

Chapter 2: Maps, Remote Sensing, and GIS

Chapter 3: The Science of Physical Geography

Chapter 4: Introduction to Systems Theory

Chapter 5: The Universe, Earth, Natural Spheres, and Gaia

Chapter 6: Energy and Matter

Chapter 7: Introduction to the Atmosphere

Chapter 8: Introduction to the Hydrosphere

Chapter 9: Introduction to the Biosphere

Chapter 10: Introduction to the Lithosphere

Popular Search Keywords & Pages

1: Volcanoes

2: The Nitrogen Cycle

3: Desert

4: Sedimentary Rocks

5: Time Zones

6: Greenhouse Effect

7:  Atmospheric Pressure

8:  Laws of Thermodynamics

9: Carbon Cycle

10: Deposition


Categoría: Ingeniería Geofísica

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