Lecture 1 - Goals Geography 10: World Regions, Peoples, and...

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Geography 10: World Regions, Peoples, and States Prof. Nathan Sayre Fall 2007 2 Goals • Introduction to Geography • Understand physical and human diversity • Examine social, physical and ecological processes over space and time • Consider how these have produced patterns at various scales, for example regions 3 4 Green = western Turkic/Iranian; Red = eastern Mongol/Tungus; Blue = southern Tibetan/Himalayan
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5 6 7 8 3 Kinds of Space • Absolute: some place is here or there
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9 3 Kinds of Space • Absolute: some place is here or there • Relative: some place is next to, across from, above, below, near, far from, around, inside or outside, etc… some other place 10 3 Kinds of Space • Absolute: some place is here or there • Relative: some place is next to, across from, above, below, near, far from, around, inside or outside, etc… some other place • Relational: some place has meaning or significance due to its characteristics, history, etc. 11
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2009 for the course GEOG 93999 taught by Professor Sayre during the Spring '09 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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Lecture 1 - Goals Geography 10: World Regions, Peoples, and...

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