An Introduction to Economic Geography - Vol. 1

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SUGGESTIONS TO STUDENTS AND TEACHERS xxvii
PART I. EXERCISES
CHAPTERPAGE
I. THE SCOPE OF ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY3
II. CLIMATE NATURAL VEGETATION6
Rainy Low Latitude Type of Climate6
Low Latitude Desert Type of Climate8
Wet-and-dry Low Latitude and Semi-arid Low Latitude Types of Climate9
Climates of Higher Altitudes in the Low Latitudes11
Review of Low Latitude Types of Climate13
Middle Latitude Climates15
Climate of West Margins of Continents in Lower Middle Latitudes, or Dry Subtropical Climate16
Climate of East Margins of Continents in Lower Middle Latitudes, or Humid Subtropical Type of Climate18
Climate of West Margins of Continents in Higher Middle Latitudes, or Mild-Winter-Mild-Summer Climate20
Humid Continental Climates with Long Summers and with Short Summers21
Climate of East Margins of Continents in Higher Middle Latitudes, or Modified Humid Continental Type23
Middle Latitude Desert Climate24
Semi-arid Middle Latitude Climate25
The Variable Weather of the Middle Latitudes--First Exercise27
The Variable Weather of the Middle Latitudes--Second Exercise31
The Variable Weather of the Middle Latitudes--Third Exercise33
Climates of Higher Altitudes in the Middle Latitudes36
Review of Middle Latitude Types of Climates37
High Latitude Climates38
III. LAND FORMS AND SOILS40
Comparisons between Land Forms, Soils, and Climate40
Major Land Forms41
Mountains41

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