Geosystems: An Introduction to Physical Geography (10th Edition) - 10th Edition - by Robert W. Christopherson, Ginger E. Birkeland - ISBN 9780134597119
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10th Edition
Robert W. Christopherson, Ginger E. Birkeland
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134597119

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Chapter 4 - Atmospheric Energy And Global TemperaturesChapter 4.1 - Coastal And Inland TemperaturesChapter 5 - Atmospheric And Oceanic CirculationsChapter 5.1 - Test Your Knowledge About Atmospheric CirculationChapter 5.2 - Explaining The North American MonsoonChapter 5.3 - Subtropical And Subpolar GyresChapter 6 - Water And Atmospheric MoistureChapter 6.1 - Phase Changes And Latent HeatChapter 6.2 - Relative HumidityChapter 6.3 - Adiabatic Lapse RatesChapter 6.4 - Condensation And FogChapter 7 - WeatherChapter 7.1 - Cold Fronts And Warm FrontsChapter 7.2 - Hurricanes As Heat EnginesChapter 8 - Water ResourcesChapter 8.1 - Pathways Of The Hydrologic CycleChapter 8.2 - Comparing Precipitation And Evapotranspiration MapsChapter 9 - Earth's Climate RegionsChapter 9.1 - Earth's Climates: An Interactive MapChapter 9.2 - Assessing Impacts As Climate Regions ShiftChapter 10 - Climate ChangeChapter 10.1 - Tracking Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions Since 1750Chapter 10.2 - Consider Your Carbon FootprintChapter 11 - The Dynamic PlanetChapter 11.1 - Digging A Hole Through EarthChapter 11.2 - Plate Motion And Seafloor SpreadingChapter 11.3 - The Hawaiian Hot SpotChapter 12 - Tectonics, Earthquakes, And VolcanismChapter 12.1 - Dome And Basin StructuresChapter 12.2 - Faulting And Fault TypesChapter 12.3 - Pumice, A Volvanic RockChapter 13 - Weathering, Karst Landscapes, And Mass MovementChapter 14 - River SystemsChapter 14.1 - Stream Drainage PatternsChapter 14.2 - The Interacting Variables Of Stream DischargeChapter 14.3 - Sediment Load And PollutantsChapter 14.4 - Recurrence Of Rainfall And FloodingChapter 15 - Eolian Processes And Arid LandscapesChapter 15.1 - Test Your Knowledge About Eolian ProcessesChapter 15.2 - Basin And Range LandformsChapter 16 - Oceans And Coastal SystemsChapter 16.1 - Erosional And Depositional CoastsChapter 16.2 - Hard Versus Soft Shoreline ProtectionChapter 17 - Glacial Landscapes And The CryosphereChapter 18 - The Geography Of SoilsChapter 18.1 - Soil DistributionsChapter 19 - Ecosystem EssentialsChapter 19.1 - Trophic Levels In A Forest Food WebChapter 20 - Terrestrial Biomes

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For courses in Physical Geography. The most authoritative introduction to physical geography with new applications to real-world geography. Among the most highly regarded texts in physical geography, Robert Christopherson's best-selling Geosystems: An Introduction to Physical Geography is known for its meticulous attention to detail, up-to-date accuracy, and rich integration of climate change science. Uniquely organized, the text presents Earth systems topics as they naturally occur: atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, and biosphere. This interconnected and organic systems-based approach is highlighted in strong pedagogical tools, a structured learning path, and current, updated information. The 10th Edition includes new features and activities that help readers apply geography to the real world, revised infographics, and new exercises designed to enhance learning.

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