Geographical Dimensions of Energy

Geographical Dimensions of Energy

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This book is the first attempt to provide a comprehensive volume on the topic of energy geography. The book reviews research on energy geography, contain~ original refereed articles on energy and provides a chapter on future research directions in this subfield of geography. The book provides an overview of the research activity underway, and highlights the role of geographers and regional scientists in the study of energy topics. A diverse group of scholars contribute to the manuscript and the chapters show how di fferent research methodologies and approaches are employed in investigating a range of relevant energy problems. This book is intended for upper-level undergraduate students and graduate students in geography, regional science and related disciplines. It will also be useful to professional geographers who would like to know more about the energy geography subfield. Furthermore, the chapters will be interesting to applied geographers and energy policymakers who can see the value of the spatial perspective in addressing energy problems.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 516 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 27.18mm | 807g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1985
  • X, 516 p.
  • 940108890X
  • 9789401088909

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Table of contents

I. Research Contributions in Energy Geography.- 1. Coal.- 2. Petroleum and Natural Gas.- 3. Nuclear Energy.- 4. Renewable Energy.- 5. Energy Conservation.- II. Resource Development Issues.- 6. Offshore Oil and Gas Development in the North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.- 7. Location and the Development of Energy Supplies from Biomass Sources.- 8. The Development Potential of New Energy Resources: A Spatial-Economic Analysis of Coalbed Methane.- 9. Planning for Nuclear Power Plant Accidents: Some Neglected Spatial and Behavioral Considerations.- III. Power Plant Siting and Land Use.- 10. Existing and Future Siting Patterns of Electric Utility Power Plants.- 11. Modeling Imperfect Spatial Energy Markets.- 12. Nuclear Power in the US and UK: The Role of Siting in Safety Philosophy.- 13. Energy, Participation and Planning: The Case of Electricity Generation in Great Britain.- 14. Land Requirements for Solar Electricity Alternatives.- IV. Patterns of Energy Use.- 15. The Urban Geography of Residential Energy Consumption.- 16. Spatially-Oriented Energy Consumption Scenarios: Method and Application to Holland.- 17. House Prices and House Buyers: Does Energy Matter?.- 18. Residential Energy Conservation Among the Elderly.- V. Multiregional and Environmental Issues.- 19. Energy-Economic Measures for Selected Economies of the World, 1960-81.- 20. Regional Development as an Entropic Process: A Canadian Example.- 21. Changing Energy Prices and State Revenue.- 22. Constraints on Regional Coal Production in the US: A Time Series Analysis.- 23. Regional Economic Trade-Offs in Sulfur Emissions Control Policy.- 24. Hydroelectric Energy: An Agent of Change in Amazonia (Northern Brazil).- VI. Prospects in Energy Geography.- 25. Geography and Energy: The Quest for Roles and Missions.
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` (the book) will surely feature on the reading lists of undergraduate courses on energy and be popular with its readers ... the book deserves a wide audience. '
The Geographical Association
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` (the book) will surely feature on the reading lists of undergraduate courses on energy and be popular with its readers ... the book deserves a wide audience.'
The Geographical Association
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