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  • Author(s) Eric Sheppard / Robert B. McMaster
  • SubtitleNature, Society, and Method
  • Edition1
  • Published11th November 2003
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631230694

Nature, Society, and Method

This book is the first contemporary book to compare and integrate
the various ways geographers think about and use scale across the
spectrum of the discipline and includes state-of-the-art
contributions by authoritative human geographers, physical
geographers and GIS specialists.





  • Provides a state of the art survey of how geographers think
    about scale.


  • Brings together recent interest in scale in human and physical
    geography, as well as geographic information science


  • Places competing concepts of scale side by side in order to
    compare them.


  • The introduction and conclusion, by the editors, explores the
    common ground.

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  • Author(s) Eric Sheppard / Robert B. McMaster
  • SubtitleNature, Society, and Method
  • Edition1
  • Published11th November 2003
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631230694

Nature, Society, and Method

This book is the first contemporary book to compare and integrate
the various ways geographers think about and use scale across the
spectrum of the discipline and includes state-of-the-art
contributions by authoritative human geographers, physical
geographers and GIS specialists.





  • Provides a state of the art survey of how geographers think
    about scale.


  • Brings together recent interest in scale in human and physical
    geography, as well as geographic information science


  • Places competing concepts of scale side by side in order to
    compare them.


  • The introduction and conclusion, by the editors, explores the
    common ground.

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