Economic Geography of Asia

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Maps and Illustrations xviii
  • Part I - The Continent as a Whole 1
  • Chapter I - Distinguishing Characteristics of the Continent 3
  • General References 11
  • Chapter II - Space Relationships and Anthropogreographical Significance 13
  • References 18
  • Chapter III - Physical Framework of the Continent 20
  • References 34
  • Chapter IV - Climate, Vegetation, and Soil 36
  • References 51
  • Chapter V - Population and Occupation 53
  • References 73
  • Part II- Southwestern Asia 75
  • Chapter VI - Southwestern Asia -- Turkey 77
  • References 98
  • Chapter VII - Palestine 100
  • References 112
  • Chapter VIII - Arabia 114
  • References 129
  • Chapter IX - Iraq and Persia (iran) 131
  • References 152
  • Chapter X - Other Units of Southwestern Asia 154
  • References 167
  • Part III - The Indian Realm 169
  • Chapter XI - The Natural Environment of India 171
  • References 186
  • Chapter XII - Agricultural Production in the Major Regions Of India 188
  • References 224
  • Chapter XIII - Minerals, Manufactures, Transportation, And Commerce 226
  • References 247
  • Chapter XIV - Ceylon 249
  • References 261
  • Part IV - Southeastern Asia 263
  • Chapter XV - Siam and British Malaya 265
  • References 285
  • Chapter XVI - French Indo-China 286
  • References 304
  • Chapter XVII - The Netherlands East Indies -- Java 305
  • References 320
  • Chapter XVIII - Sumatra, Borneo, and the Other East Indies 322
  • References 337
  • Chapter XIX - The Philippine Islands 338
  • References 368
  • Part V - Eastern Asia 371
  • Chapter XX - Japan 373
  • References 411
  • Chapter XXI - Manufacturing and Commerce of Japan Proper 413
  • References 431
  • Chapter XXII - Other Parts of the Japanese Empire Taiwan (formosa) 433
  • References 453
  • Chapter XXIII - China -- Natural Environment, Population, And Agriculture 454
  • References 476
  • Chapter XXIV - China -- Regions 478
  • References 517
  • Chapter XXV - China -- Mineral Resources, Industry, And Commerce 520
  • References 537
  • Chapter XXVI - Manchukuo 539
  • References 561
  • Part VI - Northern Asia, and the Future Of the Continent 563
  • Chapter XXVII - Siberia and Russian Turkestan 565
  • References 592
  • Chapter XXVIII - Asia's Trade and Future Possibilities 594
  • References 603
  • Index 605
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