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Disarming Doomsday: The Human Impact of Nuclear Weapons since Hiroshima
Becky Alexis-Martin
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£19.99   £9.99

A radical geography of nuclear warfare.

Atlas of Improbable Places: A Journey to the World's Most Unusual Corners
Travis Elborough
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£14.99   £6.99

A wonderful compendium of the strangest places on the planet, accompanied by unique and beautiful maps.

Atlas of Vanishing Places: The lost worlds as they were and as they are today  WINNER Illustrated Book of the Year - Edward Stanford Travel Writing Awards 2020
Travis Elborough
Condition: Used, Very Good
£22.00   £6.99

Maps offer us a chance to see not just how our world looks today, and how it once looked. But what about the places that have vanished from modern atlases? With beautiful maps and stunning photography, Travis Elborough takes you on a voyage to all corners of the world in search of the lost, disappearing and vanished.

Performing Mountains
Jonathan Pitches
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Launching the landmark Performing Landscapes series, Performing Mountains brings together for the first time Mountain Studies and Performance Studies in order to examine an international selection of dramatic responses to mountain landscapes.

My First Atlas of the 50 States
Georgia Beth
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In this bright and colorful atlas, journey through all of America's 50 states, from Alabama to Wyoming, to learn what makes each one special—featuring each state's most iconic animals, most amazing natural wonders, and most famous landmarks. Go sight-seeing in California to find the famous Hollywood ...

Globalography: Our Interconnected World Revealed in 50 Maps
Chris Fitch
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We present 50 unique maps - each in its own beautiful and fascinating style - that chart the globalography of our world.

The Geography of Risk
Gilbert M. Gaul
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This century has seen the costliest hurricanes in U.S. history—but who bears the brunt of these monster storms? Consider this: Five of the most expensive hurricanes in history have made landfall since 2005: Katrina ($160 billion), Ike ($40 billion), Sandy ($72 billion), Harvey ($125 billion), and Maria ...

Reshaping the Modern City: SLCE Architects
Thomas Mellins
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This book delves into the story of SLCE Architects across 75 years, highlighting their outstanding contribution to the New York and tri-state area in architectural design and property development as well as the logistics surrounding construction.

Where on Earth Are We?: The Role of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) in Archaeological Field Survey
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This is a revised version of the 2003 edition of this guidance document. It takes into account developments in technology that have occurred during the past decade drawing upon the practical experience of Historic England field teams. The guidance begins with a brief, non-specialist introduction to how ...

World in Crisis: Populations in Danger at the End of the 20th Century
Medicins Sans Frontieres/Doctors Without Borders
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With frontline reports from around the world World in Crisis explores many of the issues at the heart of contemporary humanitarian aid and highlights what can be done to alleviate human suffering in the future.

Management Of Transboundary Water Resources Under Scarcity: A Multidisciplinary Approach
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Water scarcity due to climate change, population growth, and economic development is a critical issue in many semi-arid and arid regions around the world. Water scarcity is especially critical in regions where water is shared by several riparian states and used for competing purposes (irrigation, domestic, industry, environment, and hydropower).

Waterworlds: Anthropology in Fluid Environments
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In one form or another, water participates in the making and unmaking of people's lives, practices, and stories. Contributors analyse the union of water and social lives, thereby challenging anthropologists to foreground the mutable character of their subjects and responsibly engage with the generative role of cultural analysis.

Water and Politics in Turkey: Structural Change and EU Accession
Vakur Sumer
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The Water Framework Directive of the European Union is the centrepiece legislation for the management of European waters. It is regarded by many as the most significant piece of European environmental legislation ever introduced and it demands a fundamental change in the way that water resources planning and management is understood.

Urban Poverty in Turkey: Development and Modernisation in Low-Income Communities
Burcu Senturk
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Gecekondu settlements-or shanty towns-in large Turkish cities are mostly populated by low-income families, many of which have migrated from the villages of Central Anatolia. The rise of the Islamist party AKP in the 1990s and 2000s had a large impact on how these gecekondus are examined, and how they ...

Sarah Levete
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Big Picture series brings the world and its wonders to life for young
readers. Full of fascinating information from across the globe, from
animals and homes to the most interesting jobs in history.

Storm Force: How Britain Has Been Forged by the Wind
Andrew Beattie
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Charts the impact wind has had on history, including the Roman invasion, the Spanish Armada, the transformation of the Fens, the D-Day landings, and much more

Future Arctic: Field Notes from a World on the Edge
Edward Struzik
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Explores the changing Arctic and why it should matter to the rest of the world. This book offers a clear-eyed look at the rapidly shifting dynamics in the Arctic region, a harbinger of changes that will reverberate throughout our entire world. It offers a combination of extensive on-the-ground research, storytelling, and policy analysis.

West Midlands
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Geography Today 8-9
Andrew Brodie
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Geography Today is a modern, differentiated series that features current environmental and citizenship issues. It features a bank of visual resources on CD-ROM supported by differentiated worksheets.

Flood Cycle: Notes from a Changing Planet
John Kelly
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'26.6.2008. 9.00 hours. Cloud level has risen sufficiently to see the heights of the island of Hoy. The margin of existence that I had noticed in North Ronaldsay, with its apparent make do approach to the problem of sea encroachment, is displayed along much of the island's coastline. As I walk along ...

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