The Changing Geography of the United Kingdom

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Science - 503 pages
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Annotation. This fully revised edition of a widely-used introductory text, presents a full description and interpretation of the changes that have occurred during the 1990s. Within the last decade the UK has undergone major shifts in terms of its land, economy, society, politics and environment, all of which have had a profound effect on the geographical landscape. This highly illustrated third edition of The Changing Geography of the UKincludes a great deal of new material from a revised team of contributors.

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Gardiner studied Geography and Geology at the University of Exeter and first carried out fieldwork in Jersey as an undergraduate. He is a Professor of Geography at Roehampton Institute, London.

Nene College, Northampton

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