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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: After reading this book, the reader will be well informed as to the major historical forces that have shaped British Columbia and the economic challenges confronting its future. It deserves to be read beyond the college geography textbook market. - Michael J. Broadway, American Review of Canadian Studies, Winter 2006 McGillivray has done a tremendous job . This book is very well done, will make a valuable teaching resource, and deserves wide adoption.- Greg Halseth, The Canadian Geographer A comprehensive, proficient, and intriguing geographic text . McGillivray's book is excellent, and no one who teaches the geography of British Columbia should fail to give it serious consideration for adoption. The book fulfils its aim well; it suceeds in providing fascinating insights in to the human-environment relationships in British Columbia. - Joseph Mensah, The Canadian Geographer. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Why is British Columbia unique within Canada? What forces have made
its landscape so rugged, its climate so varied, its population so
diverse? Why did settlers come to the region, and what effect has their
presence had on First Nations? What prompted so many Asian immigrants
to come but then leave for other parts of the country? How have the
rich resources of the land been exploited and managed?



In this fully updated edition of a now classic text, Brett
McGillivray adopts mainly a thematic rather than a regional approach to
answer these questions. Beginning with a regional overview and
introduction to geographic concepts he moves to dicuss the
physical processes that produced a spectacular variety of mountains,
lakes, fjords, forests, and minerals. His thematic exploration traces
the province's historical geography, including First Nations ways
of life, colonization, Asian immigration, and the bitter history of
institutionalized racism. Detailed accounts of the province's
economic geography-- forestry, fisheries, metal mining, energy
supply and demand, agriculture, water, and tourism -- culminate in
a discussion of contemporary issues such as urbanization, economic
development, and resource management.



This comprehensive introduction to BC's physical and human
geography is enhanced by new and updated figures, graphs, and maps and
by new discussions, including how globalization, climate change, and
recession are influencing the province and its people.

Inhaltsangabe: This fully revised edition of an essential text offers a comprehensive introduction to the physical and human geography of British Columbia.

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