Horizons in Physical Geography by Michael J. Clark, Kenneth J. Gregory, Angela M. Gurnell
English | 1987 | ISBN: 0333396103 | 402 Pages | PDF | 41.88 MB
It is now more than twenty years since Richard Chorley and Peter Haggett compiled their path-breaking survey of Frontiers in Geographical Teaching (1965), which, together with Models in Geography published just two years later (1967), did so much to consolidate the foundations of what had come to be called the 'New Geography'. The intervening two decades have seen further (and, on occasion, dramatically different) developments in the discipline. Indeed, one of the lasting contributions of both Frontiers and Models was to recognise and welcome change as the very life-blood of intellectual inquiry.