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The handbook of evolutionary economic geography - edited by Ron Boschma and Ron Martin.
Call Number: HF1025 .H36 2010 EB
ISBN: 1847204910
Publication Date: 2010
This wide-ranging Handbook is the first major compilation of the theoretical and empirical research that is forging the new and exciting paradigm of evolutionary economic geography. The book's distinguished contributors set out the theoretical, methodological and empirical foundations of an evolutionary perspective on the economic landscape. In so doing, they explore the interplay between organizational dynamics, industrial dynamics and space; analyse the nature and spatial evolution of networks; address the evolution of institutions in territorial contexts; and explore the evolution of agglomerations and clusters. This original reference work will undoubtedly play an important and formative role in influencing the future research agenda of evolutionary economic geography. It will strongly appeal to scholars, researchers and students in economic geography, regional economics, evolutionary economics, industrial economics, management and organizational studies, and related fields.

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Vanished islands and hidden continents of the Pacific - Nunn, Patrick D.
Call Number: DU18.5 .N86 2009 EB
ISBN: 0824832191
Publication Date: 2009
Islands--as well as entire continents--are reputed to have disappeared in many parts of the world. Yet there is little information on this subject concerning its largest ocean, the Pacific. Over the years, geologists have amassed data that point to the undeniable fact of islands having disappeared in the Pacific, a phenomenon that the oral traditions of many groups of Pacific Islanders also highlight. There are even a few instances where fragments of Pacific continents have disappeared, becoming hidden from view rather than being submerged. In this scientifically rigorous yet readily comprehensible account of the fascinating subject of vanished islands and hidden continents in the Pacific, the author ranges far and wide, from explanations of the region's ancient history to the meanings of island myths. Using both original and up-to-date information, he shows that there is real value in bringing together myths and the geological understanding of land movements.

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High places: cultural geographies of mountains, ice and science - Cosgrove, Denis E.
Call Number: GF57 .H54 2009 EB
ISBN: 1845116178
Publication Date: 2009
High places--be they mountain peaks or the vast expanses of the polar latitudes--have always captured the human imagination. Inaccessible, extreme, they are commonly invested with awe and reverence, as places of physical challenge, intense experience. Increasingly, they are also treated as unique locations for science. High Places explores the fascinating geographies of these special environments, revealing how senses are challenged, objectivities exposed, cultural assumptions laid bare. Whether walking the summit of Pico de Orizaba, the fourth highest volcano in the northern hemisphere; recounting the tale of the American explorer Charles Wilkes, charged with "immoral mapping" in Antarctica; or exploring the 200,000 year old Greenland ice core; the international contributors reveal the richness and significance of these unique locations. Embracing Europe, Asia, North and Central America, Antarctica and the Arctic, High Places will interest geographers, historians of science, and those interested in polar/mountain studies, landscape, culture and environment.

 

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Look for geography related books and journals in this call number range:

G  Geography
GA Mathematical Geography
GA 101- Cartography
GB  Physical Geography
GB 651- Hydrology
GC  Oceanography
GC 150- Physical oceanography
GC 200- Ocean dynamics
GE Environmental Science
GF   Human Geography
GN Anthropology
GN 49- Physical anthropology
GN 301- Cultural anthropology
GR Folklore
GT  Manners & Customs
GV Recreation & Leisure 


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