Population Geography (Modular Geography)

Population Geography (Modular Geography)

by J.Taylor (Editor), M . E . Witherick (Author), B . Price (Editor)

Synopsis

This geography textbook starts by examining the distribution of population at different spatial scales. It discusses key factors of fertility, mortality and migration and looks at the balance between population numbers, resources and level of development. A final aspect of population studied is its structure and composition. The book also includes a look at related contemporary issues. This volume is one in a series of nine books which cover the scope of most sixth form geographical studies. It looks not only at the established systematic topics in both the physical and the human aspects of the study, but also at the interfaces within and between them. The series is particularly intended for A level and AS level, as well as other post GCSE courses.

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Format: Hardcover
Pages: 176
Publisher: Longman
Published: Nov 1990

ISBN 10: 0582355869
ISBN 13: 9780582355866