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Geography, World Cultures, and the History of Cultures

What is the definition of "movement" in geographical terms? The spread of people, culture, beliefs, foods, animals, plants, and/or ideas.
What is the geographic definition of "location"? Location is the point on the globe, like Downtown Manhattan or the Sahara. It can also be more distinct, like 17 degrees North and 49 degrees West.
What is the definition of "place" in geographical terms? Place is more general than location. Place refers to the culture or practices that are found in a specific location.
What is the difference between absolute and relative location? Absolute location is exact, like 38N, 79W or 411 Elm Street. Relative location is more general. E.g.; My house is to the left of the giant hedge fence.
What is the geographic definition of "human-natural interactions"? This one is pretty much self-explanatory. Anything that humans or the environment do that affect the other in some way is a human-natural interaction.
Created by: NathanHeard