100000000000000000 - 35.SpatialPerspective

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35. Spatial Perspective An intellectual framework that looks at the  particular locations of specific phenomena,  how and why that phenomena is where it is,  and how it is spatially related to phenomena  in other places 36.Sustainability The concept of using the earth’s resources  in such a way that thety provide for people’s  needs in the present without diminishing the  earth’s ability to provide for future  generations 1 .Earth system science Systematic approach to physical geography  that looks at the intersection between the  earth’s physical systems and processes on  a global scale
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2. Envitonmental geography The intersection between human and  physical geography, which explores the  spatial impacts humans have on the  physical environment and vice versa 3.Cultural ecology The study of the interactions between  societies and the natural environments they  live in 4. Physical geography The realm of geography that studies the  structrues, processes, distributions, and  change through time of thr natural  phenomena of thr earth’s surface 6. Systematic geography
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