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morphological approach to the geography of transport.

James Henry Appleton

morphological approach to the geography of transport.

by James Henry Appleton

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Published by Hull University in [Hull] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesOccasional papers in geography -- no.3.
The Physical Object
Pagination44p. :
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19768892M

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  'The Geography of Transport Systems provides an up-to-date and thorough text for introductory courses in Transportation Geography. With both conceptual and methodological elements, this book provides students with qualitative and quantitative tools for approaching analyses of transport .   Book Description: World Regional Geography: People, Places and Globalization provides students with a working knowledge of world geography in an easy-to-read format. Basic geographic concepts of world places are presented in concise chapters, and each chapter provides a foundational framework for understanding the development patterns of world regions.

 .,."the book gives a good grounding of transport geography that most people will be able to understand"--P. Broughton, TOURISM MANAGMENT, Oct ,."this volume belongs ot shelves at libraries of universities and research institutions as a reference work."--Henk Meurs, EJTIR, 6, no. 4 (), pp. The Journal of Transport Geography is a leading interdisciplinary journal focusing on the geographical dimensions of transport, travel and mobility. It is international in its outlook, and welcomes both conceptual papers and theoretically-informed, empirically-oriented contributions on the movement of people, goods and/or information by any mode and at every geographical scale.


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