Jan - Jan. 13 2008 Geography 1. What is where? a....

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Jan. 13 2008 Geography 1. What is where? a. Description 2. Curiosity 3. Economics 4. Political power 5. Military a. Fight on own ground b. Food and Water c. High ground 6. Cultural Human Geography 1. Cities 2. Industry Physical Geography 1. Environment 2. Processes that shape environment 3. 4 Spheres a. Biosphere-living world i. Viruses humans ii. Bio-geographers b. Hydrosphere- water portion of globe i. Oceans, water table, clouds ii. hydrologists c. Lithosphere- solid portions of earth
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i. Continents, mountains, plains, valleys ii. Geomorphologist d. Atmosphere i. Weather ii. Climatologist Five Themes 1. Location- Absolute and relative location on earth. Answers the question where 2. Place- tangible and intangible living and nonliving characteristics that make each place unique. 3. Region- Areas having uniform characteristics; how they form and change; their relations to other regions. 4.
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