This e-book will care for geological in addition to cultural, ancient, archaeological and organic features in Jeju international Geopark. it is going to begin with creation of Jeju worldwide Geopark, geographic atmosphere, habitats, background, financial system and tourism, administration, basic geology and geosites, destiny geosites, different major background websites, economically sustainable tourism, schooling and merchandising and administration plan.
Geography turns out to be useful, certainly invaluable, to survival. every person needs to comprehend the place to discover foodstuff, water, and a spot of leisure, and, within the glossy global, all needs to take some time to make the Earth—our home—habitable. yet a lot present-day geography lacks drama, with its maps and facts, descriptions and research, yet no acts of chivalry, no experience of quest. no longer some time past, notwithstanding, geography was once romantic. Heroic explorers ventured to forbidding environments—oceans, mountains, forests, caves, deserts, polar ice caps—to try out their energy of persistence for purposes they could not totally articulate. Why climb Everest? "Because it's there."
By Stuart Elden
In "Aspects of old associations and Geography" colleagues and scholars honor Richard J.A. Talbert for his various contributions and effect at the fields of old background, political and social technological know-how, in addition to cartography and geography. This number of unique and priceless examinations is targeted round the center subject of Talbert s paintings how historic contributors and teams equipped their international, via their associations and geography. the 1st half the publication considers institutional background in chapters on such assorted issues because the Roman Senate, Roman provincial politics and management, therapeutic springs, gladiators, and squaddies. Chapters at the geography of Thucydides and Alexander III, imperial geography, monitoring letters and utilizing sundials around out the second one half the book."
By David Zurick
The Himalaya are world-renowned for his or her beautiful mountain surroundings, historic traditions, and numerous ethnic teams that tenaciously inhabit this harsh but elegant panorama. domestic to the world's maximum peaks, together with Mount Everest, and a few of its private gorges, the zone is a trove of organic and cultural variety. delivering a breathtaking assessment of up to date land and lifestyles within the Earth's optimum mountains, the Illustrated Atlas of the Himalaya is the 1st full-color, complete atlas of the geography, economics, politics, and tradition of this awesome quarter. Drawing from the authors' twenty-five years of scholarship and box event within the zone, the amount features a beautiful and particular number of maps using state of the art cartography, beautiful images, and engagingly-written textual content to provide actual assurance of the Himalaya. the amount covers the full 2,700-kilometer size of the mountain variety, from the Indus Valley in northern Pakistan and India, throughout Nepal and Bhutan, to the hidden nation-states of northeast India. The Illustrated Atlas of the Himalaya not just deals designated reasons of geological formations, weather, crops, and average assets but in addition explores the human measurement of the region's tradition and financial system. The authors dedicate distinct consciousness to discovery and shuttle, together with exploration, hiking, and hiking. filled with over three hundred easy-to-read, customized complete colour maps and images and specified textual content and map indexes, the Illustrated Atlas of the Himalaya is a wonderful collector's quantity and an important connection with this enormous and complicated mountain zone.
By Stuart Elden, Jeremy W. Crampton
Michel Foucault’s paintings is wealthy with implications and insights touching on spatiality, and has encouraged many geographers and social scientists to advance those rules of their personal learn. This e-book, the 1st to interact Foucault’s geographies intimately from quite a lot of views, is framed round his discussions with the French geography magazine Hérodote within the mid Nineteen Seventies. the hole 3rd of the publication contains a few of Foucault’s formerly untranslated paintings on questions of house, a number responses from French and English language commentators, and a newly translated essay by means of Claude Raffestin, a number one Swiss geographer. the remainder of the booklet offers specifically commissioned essays which study the impressive reception of Foucault’s paintings in English and French language geography; situate Foucault’s undertaking traditionally; and supply a sequence of advancements of his paintings within the modern contexts of energy, biopolitics, governmentality and struggle. participants contain a couple of key figures in social/spatial idea reminiscent of David Harvey, Chris Philo, Sara turbines, Nigel Thrift, John Agnew, Thomas Flynn and Matthew Hannah. Written in an open and fascinating tone, the participants talk about simply what they locate helpful - and troublesome - approximately Foucault’s geographies. this can be a publication that allows you to either shock and problem.
By David Harvey
Throughout his uncommon and influential profession, David Harvey has outlined and redefined the connection among politics, capitalism, and the social points of geographical idea. Laying out Harvey’s place that geography couldn't stay goal within the face of city poverty and linked ills, Social Justice and the City is likely to be the main commonly stated paintings within the field.
Harvey analyzes middle concerns in urban making plans and policy―employment and housing situation, zoning, shipping charges, concentrations of poverty―asking in every one case concerning the dating among social justice and area. How, for instance, do integrated assumptions approximately making plans make stronger latest distributions of source of revenue? instead of major him to liberal, technocratic suggestions, Harvey’s line of inquiry pushes him towards a “revolutionary geography,” one who transcends the structural barriers of latest techniques to area. Harvey’s emphasis on rigorous notion and theoretical innovation provides the quantity a permanent charm. this can be a booklet that increases substantial questions, and for this reason geographers and different social scientists usually go back to it.
By Michel de Certeau
By Ken Jennings
Record-setting Jeopardy! champion and New York occasions bestselling writer Ken Jennings explores the area of maps and map obsessives, “a literary gem” (The Atlantic) now on hand in paperback.
Ken Jennings takes readers on an international travel of geogeeks from the London Map reasonable to the bowels of the Library of Congress, from the prepubescent geniuses on the nationwide Geographic Bee to the pc programmers at Google Earth. every one bankruptcy delves right into a varied point of map tradition: highpointing, geocaching, highway atlas rallying, even the “unreal property” charted at the maps of fiction and myth. Jennings additionally considers the ways that cartography has formed our background, suggesting that the impulse to make and browse maps is as appropriate this present day because it has ever been.
From the “Here be dragons” parchment maps of the Age of Discovery to the spinning globes of grade institution to the postmodern revolution of electronic maps and GPS, Maphead is choked with interesting information, enticing anecdotes, and enlightening research. If you’re an inveterate map lover yourself—or whether you’re one of the cartographically clueless who can wander away in a supermarket—let Ken Jennings be your advisor to the unusual global of mapheads.
By Philippe Parreno