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Great guide for Geography or Earth Science students, or for anyone who is interested in landscape formation.Published 3 months ago by Roland Brady
I wandered why a glossary of landscape terms needs to be edited again. Geologist and geomorphologist have done the work previously. It is a bit too Mr. Read morePublished 13 months ago by ISM
The book contains a wealth of information written by a number of contributors and still manages to project a unified informed and passionate voice.Published 15 months ago by Aicha Hind Rifai
If you have ever wondered what different "lumps of nature" are called this book is for you. Wonderful large hardcover. Open to any page and enjoy.Published 22 months ago by Barfy the God
This is a college book. I ended up buying three Calendars to show land forms of the United States. Next timePublished 23 months ago by Jill Skaggs
Word lovers, geography and ecology buffs, this is for you...
I initially found this book as suggested reading for those wanting to explore ideas about "a sense of... Read more
This reference book has lots of information and landscape/nature quotes from many famous authors, but it is poorly organized; by using an alphabetical system, the reader cannot... Read morePublished on July 26, 2008 by Sea Cure
It's just a dictionary of landscape terms. There are a FEW crude black and white illustrations in the book - NO COLOR, NO ARTWORK LIKE THE COVER. Read morePublished on March 7, 2008 by C. Stuart
...but a little disappointing! I heard about this book on NPR. One small segment was read over the air. It was well-written and very evocative of the region described. Read morePublished on November 4, 2007 by Hilary V. Cox