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by Robert Bone

  • Author: Robert Bone
  • ISBN: 0195433734
  • ISBN13: 978-0195433739
  • ePub: 1742 kb | FB2: 1215 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Earth Sciences
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 5 edition (December 4, 2010)
  • Pages: 509
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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The Regional Geography of Canada ePub download

Robert M. Bone is professor emeritus at the University of Saskatchewan.

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Robert Bone is one of OUP Canada's best-known authors. Bob was a favourite professor at the University of Saskatchewan, where he is now professor emeritus. He is still quite active with the CAG.

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Start by marking The Regional Geography of Canada as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. These factors have determined each region's character, set the direction for its development, and created a se The Regional Geography of Canada divides Canada into six geographic regions: Ontario, Quebec, British Columbia, Western Canada, Atlantic Canada, and the Territorial North. Each region has a particular regional geography, history, population, and a unique location. These factors have determined each region's character, set the direction for its development, and created a sense of place.

Xx, 532 pages : 26 cm. Includes discussion of contemporary economic and demographic forces, in addition to standard physical and historical geographic material, Bone (geography, U. of Saskatchewan). of Saskatchewan) presents a textbook that examines the geography of Canada on a basis. Early chapters discuss geographic topics that affect the country as a whole. Includes bibliographical references and index.

While physical and historical geography have traditionally played a central role in the study of Canadian geography, The Regional Geography of Canada gives more weight to the coverage of contemporary economic and social factors which.

While physical and historical geography have traditionally played a central role in the study of Canadian geography, The Regional Geography of Canada gives more weight to the coverage of contemporary economic and social factors which have transformed the spatial fabric of Canada's landscape. The most powerful global event affecting Canada and its regions has been the liberalization of world of world trade, as exemplified by GATT and NAFTA. The text consists of two sections.

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In the fifth edition of The Regional Geography of Canada, Robert Bone has refined and updated his study of Canadian geography through six identified regions: Atlantic Canada, Quebec, Ontario, Western Canada, British Columbia, and the Territorial North. The text examines the distinctive physical, historical, cultural, social and economic features of each region to determine their place within the overall structure of Canada, while also taking into account their relevance within a global context. From the historical foundations of Canada's human geography to new coverage of environmental factors and current economic trends, readers will gain a comprehensice overview of the discipline. Increased pedagogical material, including new 'Think About It' questions and cross-chapter links, further enhances a command of the material and prompts students' critical analysis of issues throughout their reading.
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I really liked the way the book organized the geography. It will be very helpful in the class I am taking.
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Robert T. Bone's Regional Geography of Canada is a must for anyone who is interested in Canadian history or geography in general. It is very well organized and comprehensive. This book goes beyond what most of us think of when we hear the word "geography". It is not a book about maps, it is a book about how people live in Canada, why they live where they do, how their lives have impacted the land, and how the land has impacted their lives. It is a very interesting study and will make you think about how your own life is impacted by the environment around you... where ever you are!
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