Designed to engage students through a broad presentation of Physical Geography and the Environment. This book is supported by illustrations and case studies drawn from Europe and the wider world. It encourages students to understand the processes at work in physical geography and to consider contemporary environmental problems.
Comprehensive and globally focused, "An Introduction to Physical Geography" "and the Environment" is richly supported by case studies and international examples. It gives a thorough overview of the key topics, looking closely at processes and environmental problems, and providing informative, expert and practical coverage of physical geography. Each chapter is written by a leading specialist in their field. In addition, there are multiple choice questions for each chapter, interactive numerical models, an annotated bibliography, a list of weblinks and a comprehensive glossary.