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Australian Contributions to Strategic and Military Geography

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ISBN-13:
9783319734088
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
249
Autor:
Stuart Pearson
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
1 - PDF Watermark
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Chap1: Australian Contributions to Strategic and Military Geography.- Chap2: Australian Contributions to the History of Military Geography.- Chap3: A Country Girt by Sea.- Chap4: Reflections on Development and Application of SMG2.0.- Chap5: Climate Change as a Hyperthreat.- Chap6: Religion and Australia's Near Region.- Chap7: Geographies of Irregular Warfare.- Chap8: Strategic Military Geographies of the South China Sea.- Chap9: Australia's Most Southern Shores.- Chap10: The Evolution of Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT).- Chap11: Characterising the Environmental Values of the National Defence Estate, with Emphasis on Native Vegetation.- Chap12: Australia's First and Most Important War.- Chap13: The Climate-Security Teleconnections of El Niño Southern Oscillation.- Chap14: From Skin to Strategy.- Chap15: Sustainably Managing the Defence Estate.
Drawing from military geography's  spatial roots, its embrace of dynamic systems, and integration of human and biophysical environments, this book helps in understanding  the value of analyzing patterns, processes and systems, and cross-scale and multi-disciplinary ways of acting in a complex world, while making  the case for a resurgence of strategic and military geography in Australia.  Here, leading experts demonstrate that geography retains its relevance in clarifying the scale and dynamics of defense activities in assessments of the international, regional, national, and site impacts of changes in physical, cyber and human geographies. The cases presented show Australia contributing to a growing strategic and military geography.