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    50 Things to Do by the Sea

    A beautifully presented, practical gift guide for all surf seekers. Explained with fascinating, easy-to-understand commentary from surfer and scientist Easkey Britton, this guide helps you soak up maximum vitamin sea.

    Adventures in Maps

    Twenty historical journeys, routes and adventures followed through the maps that made them.

    Alpha City : How London Was Capture

    How London was bought and sold by the Super-Rich, and what it means for the rest of us



    Antarctica: A History in 100 Objects


    Atlas of Improbable Places: A Journ

    Atlas of Improbable Places shows the modern world from surprising new vantage points that will inspire urban explorers and armchair travellers alike to consider a new way of understanding the world we live in.

    Atlas of Unusual Borders: Discover

    A beautifully presented gift for anyone with an intrigue for geographical curiosities. This beautifully designed book presents unusual borders, enclaves and exclaves, divided or non-existent cities and islands.

    Companion Encyclopedia of Geography

    This volume provides a useful source of reference for all those concerned with the earth and its people. It examines both physical and human geography and charting human activities within their habitat up to the present day.

    COVID-19 and a World of Ad Hoc Geographies

    The book maps the causes, effects and impacts of the virus and describes the impact of the virus on among others health care, teaching and learning, travel, tourism, daily life, local and regional economies, media impacts, elections, and indigenous populations and much more.

    Diaspora: A Very Short Introduction

    Diaspora: A Very Short Introduction examines the origins of diaspora as a concept, its changing meanings over time, its current popularity, and its utility in explaining human migration. The book proposes a flexible approach to diaspora based on examples drawn mainly from Jewish, African, Irish, and Asian history.