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by G.C. Wright,William Kinnear

eBook Our Scotland: General and Regional Geography ePub
Author: G.C. Wright,William Kinnear
Language: English
ISBN: 0174340877
ISBN13: 978-0174340874
Publisher: Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd; 2nd edition (February 1969)
Pages: 166
Category: Earth Sciences
Subcategory: Science
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 149
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ePub file: 1391 kb
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a general and regional geography. Published 1956 by Nelson in London.

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The geography of Scotland is varied, from rural lowlands .

The geography of Scotland is varied, from rural lowlands to barren uplands, and from large cities to uninhabited islands. The topography of Scotland is distinguished by the Highland Boundary Fault – a geological rock fracture – which traverses the Scottish mainland from Helensburgh to Stonehaven. The faultline separates two distinctively different physiographic regions; namely the Highlands to the north and west and the lowlands to the south and east

The regional geography cannot enlighten the planning projects unless it comes outside the monographic scope .

The regional geography cannot enlighten the planning projects unless it comes outside the monographic scope and moves towards a general geography of the territorial models. For instance, this paper outlines a general geography of fluviomarine gates from a comparison between lower Seine, lower Loire, lower Rhône and Gironde at the various national, regional and local scales.

Europe Britain and Ireland United Kingdom Scotland South West (Scotland) Ayrshire Ayr (Scotland). 1 Get in. By road. Ayr is a town in Ayrshire, in South West Scotland. Its chief attraction for visitors is the nearby village of Alloway, birthplace of Robert Burns. Ayr is also a good base for exploring South West Scotland, .

Ayr is a town situated on the southwest coast of Scotland. It is the administrative centre of the South Ayrshire council area and the historic county town of Ayrshire. With a population of 45,595 in 2015, Ayr is the largest settlement in Ayrshire and the 14th largest settlement in Scotland. The town is continuous with the smaller town of Prestwick to the north.

Also, regional geography also studies the specific boundaries between places. Often these are called transition zones which represent the start and end of a specific region and can be large or small. For example, the transition zone between Sub-Saharan Africa and North Africa is rather large because there is mixing between the two regions. Regional geographers study this zone as well as the distinct characteristics of Sub-Saharan Africa and North Africa. History and Development of Regional Geography.

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