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Key ideas in geography: City (second edition)

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Key ideas in geography : City (second edition). / Hubbard, Philip.

london : Routlege, 2017. 282 p. (Key Ideas in Geography).

Research output: Book/ReportBook

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Hubbard, P 2017, Key ideas in geography: City (second edition). Key Ideas in Geography, Routlege, london.

APA

Hubbard, P. (2017). Key ideas in geography: City (second edition). (Key Ideas in Geography). Routlege.

Vancouver

Hubbard P. Key ideas in geography: City (second edition). london: Routlege, 2017. 282 p. (Key Ideas in Geography).

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Hubbard, Philip. / Key ideas in geography : City (second edition). london : Routlege, 2017. 282 p. (Key Ideas in Geography).

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