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Region

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Functional region A functional region or Nodal region, is a region that has a defined core that retains a specific characteristic that diminishes outwards.
Perceptual region n area defined by subjective perceptions that reflect the feelings & images about key place characteristics.
Formal region A region delineated on the basis of one or more identifiable trait which sets it apart from other regions.
Physical characteristics Physical characteristics are defining traits.
Human characteristics Part of what it means to be human is how we became human. Over a long period of time, as early humans adapted to a changing world, they evolved certain characteristics that help define our species today.
Boundaries A limit of a subject or sphere of activity.
Fuzzy boundaries Urban areas.
Defined boundaries Limits.
Unifying Make or become united, uniform, or whole.
Created by: ooo30634