By John Small, Simon Ross, Michael Witherick
Small & Witherick's hugely profitable dictionary has already, in its first 3 variations, proved its price as a accomplished advisor to the main ideas, strategies, and terminology of latest geography. This new, obtainable variation displays advancements within the self-discipline on account that 1995. protecting either human and actual geography, this dictionary is a vital reference for undergraduate geography scholars.
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Bay-head beach A small SAND or SHINGLE beach occupying part of a bay protected by projecting headlands on either side. The BEACH may be offset towards one end of the bay, particularly when waves approach the bay obliquely. There may also be some sorting of beach material, with the larger COBBLES concentrated at the 'downdrift' end of the beach, the finer material having been removed by wave action. bazaar economy Prevalent in LEDCS, where many commercial transactions are conducted on a person-to-person basis, mainly in a public market or bazaar.
The beach material is deposited by breaking waves, possibly with the aid of tidal currents. Constructive action is mainly effected by the SWASH, and destructive action by the BACKWASH. The detailed form of the beach represents an ever-changing balance between these processes. Most beaches are concave in profile, and comprise an upper section of coarse material (GRIT and pebbles), with a steep gradient towards the sea, and a lower section of sand, or even mud, with a much gentler gradient. The upper beach is also diversified by ridges (see BERM), and the lower by longitudinal sand ridges separated by shallow depressions (ridge-and-runnel).
Its use spread during the next millennium. e. bronze) was discovered, and the Bronze Age reached its height in the second half of the last millennium BC; the gradual superseding of bronze by iron heralded the advent of the IRON AGE. In Britain, the Bronze Age lasted from c. 2000BC to the 6th century BC. brown (forest) soil A ZONAL soil type characteristic of the deciduous woodland areas of the middle latitudes. Here, trees such as oak and beech provide abundant supplies of leaf litter that is relatively high in base content (giving mull humus).
A Modern Dictionary of Geography by John Small, Simon Ross, Michael Witherick