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Published: 09 April 2015

328 Pages | 17 figures; 8 tables; 5 maps

227x152mm

ISBN: 9780199010226


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This text is published by OUP Higher Education Division

Making Sense in Geography and Environmental Sciences

A Student's Guide to Research and Writing

Sixth Edition

Margot Northey, Dianne Draper, and David B. Knight

Making Sense

  • Concise. Features an overview of research and writing for students in geography and the environmental sciences, for a reasonable price, and can be used as a resource for a student's entire academic career.
  • Practical. Uses straightforward language to discuss the basics of research and writing. Instructors agree that as an overview, the Making Sense series is much easier to digest than heavier writing style guides, and they appreciate the discipline-specific content.
  • Documentation: Features up-to-date guidelines for documentation and referencing and provides the most current guidelines for documentation in geography and environmental sciences, including coverage of MLA, APA, and CSE and referencing.
  • Up-to-date. Along with including the most up-to-date citation styles, the Making Sense series also features current examples, and useful information on using the internet as a research tool.
  • More Accessible. This edition contains more bulleted points and summaries to make the content easier to reference and absorb.
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