Places of the World, Place-Name Workbook, Map-Pak for Salter/Hobbs' Essentials of World Regional Geography, 5th / Edition 5

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Places of the World is the only place-name geography book on the market that systematically identifies, maps, and describes each and every one of the world's 193 independent countries. With an organization that parallels Hobbs and Salter's text, this unique workbook provides students with organized practice for matching the names of places with their physical location on a map. The new Fifth Edition is thoroughly updated and includes more than 300 maps—200 new. A consistent framework, summarized by the acronym PLACES (Population, Language, Area, Capital, Economy, and Sovereignty), is used throughout.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780534466183
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 5/23/2005
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Joseph J. Hobbs received his B.A. at the University of California Santa Cruz in 1978 and his M.A and Ph.D. at the University of Texas-Austin in 1980 and 1986. He is a professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and a geographer of the Middle East with many years of field research on biogeography and Bedouin peoples in the deserts of Egypt. Hobbs's interests in the region grew from a boyhood lived in Saudi Arabia and India. His research in Egypt has been supported by Fulbright fellowships, the American Council of Learned Societies, the American Research Center in Egypt, and the National Geographic Society Committee for Research and Exploration. He served as the team leader of the Bedouin Support Program, a component of the St. Katherine National Park project in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula. His current research interests are indigenous peoples participation in protected areas in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Central America; human uses of caves worldwide; and the global narcotics trade. He is the author of BEDOUIN LIFE IN THE EGYPTIAN WILDERNESS and MOUNT SINAI (both University of Texas Press), co-author of THE BIRDS OF EGYPT (Oxford University Press), and co-editor of DANGEROUS HARVEST: DRUG PLANTS AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF INDIGENOUS LANDSCAPES (Oxford). He teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in world regional geography, environmental geography, the geography of the Middle East, the geography of caves, the geography of global current events, the geographies of drugs and terrorism, and a field course on the ancient Maya geography of Belize. He has received the University of Missouri's highest teaching award, the Kemper Fellowship. In summers from 1984 to 1999, he led adventure travel" tours to remote areas in Latin America, Africa, the Indian Ocean, Asia, Europe, and the High Arctic. Hobbs lives in Missouri with his wife Cindy, daughters Katherine and Lily, and an animal menagerie."

Christopher "Kit" Salter did his undergraduate work at Oberlin College, with a major in Geography and Geology. He spent three years teaching English at a Chinese university in Taiwan immediately following Oberlin. Graduate work for both the M.A. and the Ph.D. was done at the University of California, Berkeley. He taught at UCLA from 1968 to 1987, when he took on fulltime employment with the National Geographic Society in Washington with his wife, Cathy. They were both involved in the Society's campaign to b

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Table of Contents

PART I: PERSPECTIVES AND ISSUES IN WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY. 1. Seeing the World Through a Geographer's Eyes. 2. Physical and Human Processes That Shape World Regions. PART II: EUROPE. 3. A Geographic Profile of Europe. 4. West Central Europe's Growing Global Momentum. 5. Europe: The North, the South, the East. PART III: RUSSIA AND THE NEAR ABROAD. 6. A Geographic Profile of Russia and the Near Abroad. 7. Fragmentation and Redevelopment in Russia and the Near Abroad. PART IV: THE MIDDLE EAST. 8. A Geographic Profile of the Middle East. 9. The Middle Eastern Countries: Modern Struggles in an Ancient Land. PART V: MONSOON ASIA. 10. A Geographic Profile of Monsoon Asia. 11. Complex and Populous Asia. 12. The Tigers and Tribulations of Southeast Asia. 13. China: Enormous Ambition, Enormous Struggle. 14. Japan and the Koreas: Adversity and Prosperity in the Western Pacific. PART VI: THE PACIFIC WORLD. 15. A Geographic Profile of the Pacific World. 16. Prosperous, Remote Australia and New Zealand. PART VII: AFRICA SOUTH OF THE SAHARA. 17. A Geographic Profile of Africa South of the Sahara. 18. The Assets and Afflictions of Countries South of the Sahara. PART VIII: LATIN AMERICA. 19. A Geographic Profile of Latin America. 20. The Varied Worlds of Middle America. 21. South America: A Giant Coming Awake. Part 9: Anglo America. 22. A Geographic Profile of North America. 23. The Regional Mosaic of Canada. 24. The United States: A Landscape Transformed. References and Readings. Glossary. Place-Name Pronunciation Guide. Index.
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