TCI Geography Alive

Chapter 1 – The Tools of Geography
Chapter 2 – A Spatial Way of Thinking
Chapter 3 – Settlement Patterns and Ways of Life in Canada
Chapter 4 – The Great Lakes: The U.S. and Canada’s Freshwater Treasures
Chapter 5 – Urban Sprawl in North America: Where Will It End?
Chapter 6 – National Parks: Saving the Natural Heritage of the U.S. and Canada
Chapter 7 – Consumption Patterns in the United States: The Impact of Living Well
Chapter 8 – Migration to the United States: The Impact on People and Place
Chapter 9 – Spatial Inequality in Mexico City: From Cardboard to Castles
Chapter 10 – Indigenous Cultures: The Survival of the Maya of Mesoamerica
Chapter 11 – Dealing with Extreme Weather: Hurricanes in the Caribbean
Chapter 12 – Land Use Conflict in the Amazon Rainforest
Chapter 13 – Life in the Central Andes: Adapting to a Mountainous Region
Chapter 14 – Supranational Cooperation in the European Union
Chapter 15 – Population Dilemmas in Europe
Chapter 16 – Invisible Borders: Transboundary Pollution in Europe
Chapter 17 – Russia’s Varied Landscape: Physical Processes at Work
Chapter 18 – New Nation-States from the Old Soviet Empire: Will They Succeed?
Chapter 19 – The Nile River: A Journey from Source to Mouth
Chapter 20 – Life in the Sahara and the Sahel: Adapting to a Desert Region
Chapter 21 – Micro-entrepreneurs: Women’s Role in the Development of Africa
Chapter 22 – Nigeria: A Country of Many Cultures
Chapter 23 – Resources and Power in Post-apartheid South Africa
Chapter 24 – Oil in Southwest Asia: How “Black Gold” Has Shaped a Region
Chapter 25 – Istanbul: A Primate City Throughout History
Chapter 26 – The Aral Sea: Central Asia’s Shrinking Water Source
Chapter 27 – Waiting for the Rains: The Effects of Monsoons in South Asia
Chapter 28 – Tech Workers and Time Zones: India’s Comparative Advantage
Chapter 29 – Mount Everest: Climbing the World’s Tallest Physical Feature
Chapter 30 – China: The World’s Most Populous Country
Chapter 31 – Population Density in Japan: Life in a Crowded Country
Chapter 32 – The Global Sneaker: From Asia to Everywhere
Chapter 33 – Relative and Absolute Location: What Makes Australia Unique?
Chapter 34 – The Pacific Islands: Adapting to Life Surrounded by Ocean
Chapter 35 – Antarctica: Researching Climate Change at the Coldest Place on Earth