HONORS PAPER 1 - GEOGRAPHY 1114 HONORS Project 1 DUE IN...

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GEOGRAPHY 1114 HONORS Project 1 DUE IN CLASS ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 25% PER DAY LATE PENALTY From remotely sensed images such as these, geographers can learn much about the interactions between humans and their environment. However, study of vertical aerial photography demands some skill because the perspective is quite different from ground-based observation. I have assigned you a famous feature. Use the U.S.G.S National Map Viewer http://viewer.nationalmap.gov/viewer/ to examine the location you have been assigned. Take some time to manipulate the maps and images to larger and smaller scales in order to explore details and the context of the area surrounding your assigned feature. In some cases the larger scale (the site) is most important, while in others it is more expedient to write about what you see at the smaller scale (the geographic context). Study your area carefully. I will gladly discuss the assignment with you. You are welcome to cite any relevant source(s) to reinforce your arguments.
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This note was uploaded on 10/02/2011 for the course GEOG 1114 taught by Professor ? during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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