Author(s): Justin Peat
Geography Skills for NCEA Level Three is a New Zealand write-on textbook for students engaged in programmes of learning that require students to demonstrate an understanding of environments through the selection and application of geographic concepts and skills. For students preparing for NCEA Level Three Geography or New Zealand Scholarship Geography, the text provides a concise but authoritative progression of the basic concepts and more complex geographical skills required for success in the concepts and skills-based external standard (Geography 3.4). Geography Skills for NCEA Level Three builds on geographic concepts and skills introduced in the previously published Geography Skills for NCEA Level One and Geography Skills for NCEA Level Two.
Introductory Chapters: 1 Recapping Geographic Concepts 2 Geographic Skills Bank Application Themed Chapters: 1 The New Fossil Fuel Frontiers 2 Urban Heat Islands 3 Tragedy of the Commons 4 The Great Pacific Garbage Patch 5 The Problem with FADS 6 Nuclear Meltdown 7 Life's a Beach 8 Sea Ice Express 9 The Value of Fracking 10 Destination Fiordland 11 Three Gorges Dam 12 Rebuild and Renewal 13 Shanghai Sprawl