• Title: Realms, Regions and Concepts
  • Author: H.J. de Blij Peter O. Muller
  • ISBN: 9780470129050
  • Page: 278
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Realms Regions and Concepts Now substantially revised and updated the Thirteenth Edition of de Blij and Muller s Geography Realms Regions and Concepts continues to deliver the authors authoritative content outstanding cartog
    Now substantially revised and updated, the Thirteenth Edition of de Blij and Muller s Geography Realms, Regions, and Concepts continues to deliver the authors authoritative content, outstanding cartography, currency, and comprehensive coverage, in a technology rich package The text reflects major developments in the world as well as in the discipline, ranging from the cNow substantially revised and updated, the Thirteenth Edition of de Blij and Muller s Geography Realms, Regions, and Concepts continues to deliver the authors authoritative content, outstanding cartography, currency, and comprehensive coverage, in a technology rich package The text reflects major developments in the world as well as in the discipline, ranging from the collapse of Russia s Post Soviet transformation to the impact of globalization and from the rise of Asia s Pacific Rim to the war in Iraq.Geography Realms, Regions, and Concepts, 13e is available in 3 versions ISBN 978 0 470 25134 8 Geography Realms, Regions, and Concepts, 13e, WileyPLUS Stand alone version of de Blij 13e ISBN 978 0 470 28080 5 Geography Realms, Regions, and Concepts, 13e, de Blij 13e with WileyPLUS ISBN 978 0 470 89665 5 Geography Realms, Regions, and Concepts, 13e, Binder Ready Version of de Blij 13e.

    One Reply to “Realms, Regions and Concepts”

    1. I had to buy this textbook for a class; I started reading it on my own before the semester even started. It's very interesting and informative, and well organized, with a clean layout. I do not regret for a second buying this book, and had I looked through it at the store I would have bought it even if it wasn't required.

    2. They let their liberalism seep through every now and then, especially about climate change, but overall, a decent textbook. This is one I plan to keep.

    3. I just finished this for a Geography college class. The textbook is very informative, yet easy to mentally digest. It reads great as far as a textbook goes.The only reason why I personally don't recommend it, however, is because as a Christian I do not believe in the millions-of-years-ago theories that make their way into a few of the pages.

    4. This was a textbook for class for me. It covered a lot of information and the way that information was laid out made a lot of sense. The first part of the chapter would detail the region's history, the second part would detail it's culture. My only complaint is that the book is laid out in columns instead of full pages. As a student that just makes everything more difficult.

    5. loved how they give each region of the world a detail understanding to where people would be able to memorize those nations and area.

    6. This is honestly the best introductory book to any subject I have encountered thus far. Praise, praise, praise.

    7. Whew! Finishedw to the final. The reading wasn't always exciting but I still learned a lot from this massive book.

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