Economic Geography Economic Geography

Economic Geography

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Publisher Description

Economic geography is a branch of human geography. The study focuses on both the world’s physical resources as well as human resources. Economic geography studies the distribution of resources and economic activities across the surface of the Earth. It includes how people use resources, earn a living and how countries are identified by their level of development and standard of living.

  • GENRE
    Science & Nature
    RELEASED
    2015
    March 2
    LANGUAGE
    EN
    English
    LENGTH
    17
    Pages
    PUBLISHER
    Meg Basilio
    SELLER
    Meg Basilio
    SIZE
    158.1
    MB
    AUDIENCE
    Grades 7-9

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