Caribbean Landscapes is an introduction to the cultural and physical diversity of the Caribbean through the lens of geography. The authors, geographers from Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis, combine published research and their own firsthand field experience to trace the evolution of Caribbean Landscapes for a broad audience. The atlas comprises two parts (natural landscapes and human landscapes), each subdivided into chapters about specific landscape elements. The authors use several media to capture the diversity of Caribbean geography, including satellite imagery, astronaut photos, ground photos, maps and interpretive essays.
249 pp. Softcover, full color throughout, © 2008
Cat. #: CSP4591
ISBN #: 9781584324591