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By Jerome Donald Fellmann;Arthur Getis;Judith Getis

Fellmann's "Human Geography" introduces scholars to the scope and pleasure of human geography and its relevance to their day-by-day lives. Designed for the one-semester or one-quarter path, this variation maintains to express the breadth of human geography and to supply perception into the character and highbrow demanding situations of the sphere of geography itself. The authors pay certain consciousness to gender matters and suppose no past adventure in geography at the a part of the scholars.

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Human geography: landscapes of human activities

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Roots of Culture Earlier humans found the physical environment more immediate and controlling than we do today. 8) began to retreat. Animal, plant, and human populations that had been spatially confined by both the ice margin and the harsh climates of middle-latitude regions, began to spread, colonizing newly opened territories. The name Paleolithic (Old Stone Age) is used to describe the period near the end of glaciation during which small and scattered groups like the ivory hunters at this chapter’s start began to develop regional variations in their ways of life and livelihood.

At the same time, regional contrasts in plant and animal life and in environmental conditions accelerated the differentiation of culture between isolated groups who under earlier, less varied conditions had shared common characteristics. Within many environments, even harsh ones, the hunting and foraging process was not particularly demanding of either time or energy. Recent studies of South African San people (Bushmen), for example, indicate that such bands survive well on the equivalent of a 2 1⁄2-day 44 Themes and Fundamentals of Human Geography workweek.

The 25-year-old hunter had died far from the group’s home some 650 kilometers (400 miles) away near present-day Paris, France. He had been part of a routine annual summer expedition overland from the forested south across the as-yet-unflooded English Channel to the mammoths’ grazing grounds at the edge of the glacier. As always, they were well prepared for the trip. Their boots were carefully made. Their sewn skin leggings and tunics served well for travel and work; heavier fur parkas warded off the evening chill.

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