16 2013 human geographies society culture concepts

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Unformatted text preview: ry) Southeastern & Southwetern Ontario These regions make up the province of Ontario Key Concepts in Human Geography II – Sept. 16, 2013 Human Geographies: Society & Culture Concepts: Regions - - Prairies, Maritimes, Canadian Shield, High Arctic, Border regions, Rockies, West Coast = regions of Canada. At this spatial scale, are the regions of Ontario still meaningful? = doesn't’ appear when we look at this scale Key Concepts in Human Geography II – Sept. 16, 2013 Human Geographies: Society & Culture Concepts: Landscapes • • • Regions are often defined/identified by their landscapes; the visible features of the land/area - Landscapes can be natural/physical and/or human/cultural Ex: We have turned the flat prairie landscape into a cultural landscape by changing it into rectangular fields by turning it into a crop field. Key Concepts in Human Geography II – Sept. 16, 2013 Human Geographies: Society & Cul...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2014 for the course GEOG 1HA3 taught by Professor Peace during the Fall '08 term at McMaster University.

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