Table of ContentsForeword.
1. Geographical Thought Through the Ages: Prof. Horacio Capel,Barcelona.
2. Geographical Perspectives: Dr. Peter Gould.
3. Geographical Theories: Reginald G. Golledge.
4. Geographical Methodology: Prof. Alan M. Hay, Sheffield.
5. Human Transformation of the Earth's Surface and the Use (andMisuse) of Natural Resources: Prof. Neil Roberts.
6. Climatic Changes and the Future of the Human Environment: Dr.Vladimir M. Kotlyakov.
7. Environmental Hazards, Natural Disasters and SocietalResponses: Prof. Susan Cutter.
8. The Global Challenge of Migrations and Rising PopulationDensities: Dr. H. Ramachandran, Mussoorie.
9. Market Forces, Cultural Factors and Locational Processes:Prof. David M. Smith.
10. Modes of Production and Areal Differentiation: Prof. MiltonSantos.
11. Transportation, Trade, Tourism and the World Economy System:Prof Gabriel Wachermann.
12. Spatial Financial Flows and the Growth of the ModernIndustrial City: Dr. Nigel Thrift.
13. The Information Revolution and Future Global Geography:Prof. Vladimir Tikunov.
14. Exploration, Mapping and the Modernization of State Power:Dr. Marcelo Escolar.
15. Spatial Planning and National Development: Dr. Maurice Daly,Australia.
16. Core-periphery Relations in the Era of Globalization: BerthaBecker, Rio De Janeiro.
17. Multinational Corporations and the Possible Demise of theNation-state: Prof. Peter Dicken.
18. Geography in the Age of Megacities: Yeu-man Yeung.