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A River Journey: The Ganges

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A River Journey: The Ganges by Rob Bowden
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For more than three hundred and fifty million people who live near its banks, the Ganges River represents life. It nourishes and cleans them, helps them travel, and lies at the heart of their religious beliefs. The Ganges has more than a hundred names, but Hindus call it Gangamai, or Mother Ganga. As we travel its 2,500 kilometres from the Himalayan Mountains to the Bay of Bengal, we see how the Ganges is used. It is endangered by pollution and its future is at risk from global warming and water disputes -- but the Ganges remains one of the world's greatest rivers. The river is divided into five sections and each section begins with a map showing the area that will be covered. Map references are highlighted within the text to show the reader where they are on their journey. The text has been written in themes - economic, social, nature, people and history - to enable the reader to study particular aspects of the river along its course.>

Author Biography

Rob Bowden is a development geographer who has taught international Environment and Development courses at the universities of Sussex and Brighton. He specialises in African issues and has written several children's books about the region. As well as writing, he runs an educational resourcing and consultancy company. He is a keen photographer and some of his images are used in his books. In 1999 his book 'Journey Through Africa' was highly commended by the Geographical Association and he has also been commended for his great contribution to education.
Release date NZ
January 2nd, 2007
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Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Wayland (Publishers) Ltd
Pages
48
Dimensions
220x5x268
ISBN-13
9780750240383
Product ID
1642467

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