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  1. General Reading 5 items
    These books contain material that will be useful for many classes. Specific references for individual classes are given below.
    1. Geography: a very short introduction - John A. Matthews, David T. Herbert 2008

      Book Further Reading

    2. Key concepts in geography - N. J. Clifford 2009

      Book Core Reading

    3. Key methods in geography 2016

      Book Further Reading

    4. Geography - Daniel Dorling, Carl Lee, Benjamin Hennig 2016

      Book Further Reading

    5. Study skills for geography, earth and environmental science students - Pauline E. Kneale 2011

      Book  Several chapters in this book will be useful for your coursework assignments

  2. What is Geography? 5 items
    1. Questioning geography: fundamental debates - Noel Castree, Alisdair Rogers, Douglas Joel Sherman 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading Chapters 1 to 3 are particularly relevant

    2. Geography - Daniel Dorling, Carl Lee, Benjamin Hennig 2016

      Book  The Introduction, pages 1-11, is most relevant

    3. Geography: a very short introduction - John A. Matthews, David T. Herbert 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading Chapters 4 and 6 are the most relevant

  3. Interpreting Maps 4 items
    1. Great maps - Jerry Brotton 2014

      Book Further Reading Pages 7-30 are particularly relevant

    2. A history of the world in twelve maps - Jerry Brotton 2012

      Book Further Reading

    3. How to lie with maps - Mark S. Monmonier c1996

      Book Further Reading See Chapters 1 and 2

    4. The natures of maps: cartographic constructions of the natural world - Denis Wood, John Fels 2008

      Book Further Reading See especially the Preface and Chapter 1

  4. Geography in the 19th and 20th Centuries 6 items
    1. Approaches to human geography: philosophies, theories, people and practices 2015

      Book Further Reading Part 2 on Personal Reflections is the most relevant

    2. Key concepts in geography - N. J. Clifford 2009

      Book Further Reading Chapters 1 -4 are relevant

    3. The dictionary of human geography - Derek Gregory 2009 (electronic resource)

      Document Further Reading Particularly good for explanation of terminology

    4. Introducing human geographies - Paul J. Cloke, Phil Crang, Mark Goodwin 2014

      Book  Chapter 8 by Rob Kitchen is particularly relevant

  5. Deconstructing Maps 7 items
    1. Mapping: a critical introduction to cartography and GIS - Jeremy W. Crampton 2010

      Book  Chapters 2 and 7 are most relevant

    2. Mapping: ways of representing the world - Daniel Dorling, David Fairbairn 1997

      Book  Chapters 4 and 8 are particularly relevant

    3. Introducing human geographies - Paul J. Cloke, Phil Crang, Mark Goodwin 2014

      Book  Chapter 13 by Jeremy Crampton is relevant

    4. How to lie with maps - Mark S. Monmonier c1996

      Book Further Reading Chapters 7 and 8 are most relevant

    5. The natures of maps: cartographic constructions of the natural world - Denis Wood, John Fels 2008

      Book Further Reading See Chapter 1

  6. Absolute and Relative Concepts of Space 4 items
    1. Key concepts in geography - N. J. Clifford 2009

      Book Further Reading Chapters 5 and 6 are relevant

    2. Geographic thought: a critical introduction - Tim Cresswell 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading Chapters 7 and 11 are relevant

    3. Estimating landscape resistance to movement: a review - Zeller, KAMcGarigal, KWhiteley, AR 2012

      Article Further Reading

  7. Analysing Distances and Connectivity 1 item
  8. Spatial Dependence and Interpolation 5 items
    1. Geospatial Analysis - spatial and GIS analysis techniques and GIS software

      Website Further Reading An excellent source on many types of spatial analysis techniques

    2. Statistics for geography and environmental science - Richard Harris, Claire Jarvis 2011

      Book Further Reading Chapter 8 is particularly relevant

    3. Geographic information science & systems - Paul Longley, Michael F. Goodchild, D. J. Maguire 2015

      Book Further Reading Chapters 13 and 14 contain relevant material

    4. Geographic information analysis - David O'Sullivan, D. Unwin c2010

      Book  Chapters 1, 2, 7 and 8 are relevant

  9. Analysing Spatial Patterns 4 items
    1. Statistics for geography and environmental science - Richard Harris, Claire Jarvis 2011

      Book Further Reading Chapter 8 discusses both the modifiable areal unit problem and the ecological fallacy.

    2. Geographic information analysis - David O'Sullivan, D. Unwin c2010

      Book  Chapter 2 is particularly relevant

  10. Economic Spaces 4 items
    1. Agriculture in the United Kingdom 2015 2016

      Document Further Reading Chapters 13 and 14 are relevant

    2. Consumption-based GHG emission accounting: a UK case study - John Barrett, Glen Peters, Thomas Wiedmann, Kate Scott 07/2013

      Article Further Reading

    3. Mapping the Structure of the World Economy - Lenzen, MKanemoto, KMoran, DGeschke, A 2012

      Article Further Reading

  11. Place 11 items
    1. The United States in the world-economy: a regional geography - John A. Agnew 1987

      Book Further Reading

    2. Non-places: introduction to an anthropology of supermodernity - Marc Augé 1995

      Book Further Reading

    3. Reading human geography: the poetics and politics of inquiry - Trevor J. Barnes, Derek Gregory 1997 [i.e.1996

      Book Further Reading See pp.315-323, Doreen Massey on 'A global sense of place'

    4. Introducing human geographies - Paul J. Cloke, Phil Crang, Mark Goodwin 2014

      Book  See Chapter 17 on 'Place' by Tim Cresswell

    5. The condition of postmodernity: an enquiry into the origins of cultural change - David Harvey 1990

      Book Further Reading

    6. Topophilia: a study of environmental perception, attitudes, and values - Yi-fu Tuan 1990

      Book Further Reading There are also 3 copies of 1st edition in library at GF41 TUA

  12. Representing Scales and Time 5 items
    1. Key concepts in geography - N. J. Clifford 2009

      Book Further Reading Chapters 7 and 11 are particularly relevant

    2. Time, space, and causality in geomorphology - S. A. Schumm, R. W. Lichty 01/02/1965

      Article Further Reading

    3. Profiles of ocean island coral reefs - Toomey, MAshton, ADPerron, JT 2013

      Journal Further Reading

  13. Modelling in Geography 5 items
    1. Questioning geography: fundamental debates - Noel Castree, Alisdair Rogers, Douglas Joel Sherman 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading Chapter 12 by Demeritt and Wainright provides a good overview

    2. Models in geography - Richard J. Chorley, Peter Haggett, Richard J. Chorley 1967

      Book Further Reading A classic text

    3. Slow release of fossil carbon during the Palaeocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum - Ying Cui, Lee R. Kump, Andy J. Ridgwell, Adam J. Charles 2011-6-5

      Article Further Reading

    4. Supraglacial lakes on the Greenland ice sheet - Leeson, AAShepherd, ABriggs, KHowat, IFettweis, XMorlighem, MRignot, E 2015

      Journal Further Reading

  14. Energy Systems 3 items
  15. Nature and Valuing Nature 7 items
    1. Nature - Noel Castree 2005

      Book  See Chapter 1

    2. Key concepts in geography - N. J. Clifford 2009

      Book Further Reading Chapters 17 and 18 are relevant

    3. A field guide to economics for conservationists - Brendan Fisher, Robin Naidoo, Taylor H. Ricketts 2015

      Book Further Reading Chapters 4 and 5 are particularly good on valuation techniques

    4. Introducing human geographies - Paul J. Cloke, Phil Crang, Mark Goodwin 2014

      Book  See Chapter 10 on 'Nature and Human Geography' by Sarah Whatmore

    5. Justice, nature, and the geography of difference - David Harvey 1996

      Book Further Reading Chapter 7 discusses the arguments for monetary valuation

    6. UK National Ecosystem Assessment

      Website Further Reading Provides access to UK National Ecosystem Assessment reports

    7. The natures of maps: cartographic constructions of the natural world - Denis Wood, John Fels 2008

      Book Further Reading See Chapter 1

  16. Landscape 9 items
    1. Designing Whole Landscapes - Paul M. Dolman, Andrew Lovett, Tim O'Riordan, Dick Cobb 10/2001

      Article Further Reading

    2. The making of the English landscape - W. G. Hoskins, Keith Thomas 2006

      Book Further Reading

    3. Landscape and Seascape Character Assessments 2014

      Document Further Reading Replaces the Swanwick 2002 reference, "The Landscape Character Assessment Guidance for England and Scotland"

    4. European Landscape Convention - Council of Europe

      Document Further Reading Preamble and Presentation sections are the most accessible. A useful consideration of what landscape is and why it merits protection.

  17. Risk 9 items
    1. Risk - John Adams 1995

      Book Further Reading

    2. Risk society: towards a new modernity - Ulrich Beck 1992 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Reading

    3. Key concepts in geography - N. J. Clifford 2009

      Book Further Reading Chapter 24 on natural hazards is relevant

    4. The Earthscan reader in risk and modern society - Lynn Frewer, Ragnar Löfstedt, Earthscan 1998

      Book Further Reading

    5. Environmental science for environmental management - Timothy O'Riordan 2000

      Book Further Reading Chapter 17 by Simon Gerrard is relevant.

    6. Risk: analysis, perception and management - Royal Society. Study Group to Review the 1983 Report on Risk Assessment 1992

      Book Further Reading

    7. Perception of risk - Slovic, Paul 1987

      Journal Further Reading

    8. Cultural theory - M. Thompson, Richard Ellis, Aaron B. Wildavsky 1990

      Book Further Reading

  18. The Relevance of Geography 9 items
    1. Border Geography - Castree, Noel 2002

      Article Further Reading

    2. Geography and Environmental Policy - Introduction - Castree, Noel 2005

      Journal Further Reading

    3. Key concepts in geography - N. J. Clifford 2009

      Book Further Reading Chapters 25 and 26 are particularly relevant