(Photograph) - David Munro, director of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, examines part of the collection of papers and books of one of Britain's leading postwar geographers. Terry Coppock, former professor of geography at Edinburgh University, who will be 77 next month, has donated more than 2,000 books and many papers on both academic research and government inquiries to be added to the society's library in Strathclyde University.

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