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|Societies leave their cultural imprints on a place, contributing to the cumulative landscape.
|Fashioning of a landscape by a cultural group.
|Total number of people divided by land area.
|Number of people per unit of arable land, which is suitable for agriculture.
|Region where innovative ideas originate.
|Spread if an idea through physical movement.
|The spread of a feature from one place to another in a snowballing process.
|Spread of an idea from a person of power or influence.
|Rapid, widespread diffusion of a characteristic throughout the population
|Spread of an underlying principle, even though it may not apparently diffuse
|Exact measurement of the physical space between two places
|Approximate measure of the physical space between two places.
|Arrangement of something across earth's surface.
|How the physical environment causes human activities
|Position on earth's surface using coordinates.
|position on earth's surface relative to other features.
|Physical character of a place; what is found there, and why it is significant
|location of a place relative to other places.
|Space Time Compression
|Reduction in time it takes to diffuse something to a distant place, as result of improved communications and transportation system.
|Friction of Distance
|Distance requires some amount of effort, money & energy to overcome. Spatial interactions will tend to take place more often over shorter distances.
|Diminishing of importance and disappearance of a phenomenon with distance from it's origin.
|Set if interconnected nodes without a center.
|Relationships among people and objects across the barrier of space.
|Degree of ease with which it is possible to reach certain locations from other locations.
|Physical gap or interval between two objects
|Physical location of geographic phenomena across space
|Estimation or determination of extent.
|Representation of real world phenomenon at a certain level of reduction or generalization.
|Area within which everyone shares in common one or more distinctive characteristics.
|Area organized around a node or focal point
|Place that people believe exist as a part of their cultural identity
|Physical environment may limit some human actions, but people can adjust to their environment
|The way a landscape looks without man's interaction
|Common property of distribution geometrically.
|Referred to as a toponym