Top Spec Geography: Water and Carbon Cycles:
This book provides an up-to-date exploration of the changes in the water and carbon cycles brought about by human actions. Focusing on the contrasting ecosystems of tropical peatlands and Arctic tundra, it provides in-depth analysis of the impact of these changes on the working of the cycles. Students are introduced to new case studies based on the authors’ own research, and the accompanying diagrams, maps and photographs will enhance their understanding.
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FREE support material for A-level Geography teachers:
Tropical Peatlands: Their global importance and role in the water and carbon cycles
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Suggested citation: Thornton, S.A., Green, S., Cook, S and Wright, L. and Page, S.E. (2017) Tropical Peatlands: Their global importance and role in the water and carbon cycles. University of Leicester.
This resource can also be found on the Geographical Association website using the following link: https://www.geography.org.uk/Tropical-peatlands