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For this eighth edition of an introduction to population geography, Peters (geography, California State University-Chico) and Larkin (geography, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs) add current data from the US and Canada, updated information on global warming, and new data on genetically modified foods and their benefits and drawbacks. There is expanded discussion of For this eighth edition of an introduction to population geography, Peters (geography, California State University-Chico) and Larkin (geography, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs) add current data from the US and Canada, updated information on global warming, and new data on genetically modified foods and their benefits and drawbacks. There is expanded discussion of illegal immigration to the US, new data on the AIDS pandemic, and discussion of the consequences of urbanization and the decline in population in the Great Plains. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR


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For this eighth edition of an introduction to population geography, Peters (geography, California State University-Chico) and Larkin (geography, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs) add current data from the US and Canada, updated information on global warming, and new data on genetically modified foods and their benefits and drawbacks. There is expanded discussion of For this eighth edition of an introduction to population geography, Peters (geography, California State University-Chico) and Larkin (geography, University of Colorado-Colorado Springs) add current data from the US and Canada, updated information on global warming, and new data on genetically modified foods and their benefits and drawbacks. There is expanded discussion of illegal immigration to the US, new data on the AIDS pandemic, and discussion of the consequences of urbanization and the decline in population in the Great Plains. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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    I used this book on a course of Population Geography taught by Dr. Peters himself, sometime in the mid-nineties at CSULB. Ine of the best courses I ever had, but I lost the book and I am trying to buy it again. I guess amazon will have it. Highly recommended.

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