Landscape Degradation: How Australia is ChangingThis book details the many types of landscape that make up Australia. ranging from coastal to mountainous, riverine to desert, and the built landscape created by humans. It examines how landscape degradation comes about when natural processes are interfered with or altered, usually directly or indirectly caused by the intervention of humans.
Simone Bradfield. Geography Series Brisbane, Australia:Trocadero Publishing,2016.32 pp.
Natural Disasters: Their Impact and How We Can RespondThis book shows the impact of natural disasters on humans, animals and the environment, and demonstrates ways to cope with them and to minimize their effects.
James Remington. Geography Series Brisbane, Australia:Trocadero Publishing,2016.31 pp.
Water: Our Most Important ResourceThis book explores how we use water, how we cope without it, and the many methods available for us to conserve it.
Charles Oakleigh. Geography Series Brisbane, Australia: Trocadero Publishing,2016.31 pp.
Why People Live Where They DoThis book examines the factors that influence where people choose to live in Australia.
Rebecca Carseldine. Geography Series Brisbane, Australia:Trocadero Publishing,2016.31 pp.
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National Geographic – GeographyThis is an encyclopaedic entry.
Geography is the study of places and the relationships between people and their environments.
Subjects covered include Earth Science, Geography, Human Geography, Physical Geography. Includes 16 images.