Theoretical geography

by W. Bunge

Publisher: Royal Univ. of Lund

Written in English
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Statementby W. Bunge.
SeriesLund studies in geography; ser.C. general and mathematical geography no. 1
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Open LibraryOL19709870M

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1 WILLIAM BUNGE’S THEORETICAL GEOGRAPHY Michael F. Goodchild1 Introduction Theoretical Geography first appeared in (Bunge, ), and later in an expanded second edition in (Bunge, ). To Cox () it is “perhaps the seminal text of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bunge, William, Theoretical geography.

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