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Region Vocabulary

important words dealing with Region

Functional Region a region that retains specific characteristics within a given geographical area. It involves a central node with the surroundings being linked to it through transportation, communication and economic systems.
Perceptual Region Perceptual regions are constructs that reflect human feelings and attitudes about areas and are therefore shared, subjective images of places
Formal Region Formal (homogeneous) regions are places with similar features. The Corn Belt, the Piney Woods of East Texas, the Sahel in Africa are all formal regions.
Physical Characteristics features of a substance or object that are primarily visually perceptible and generally measurable.
Human Characteristics Characteristics of a place that are related to people; these might include buildings or parks.
Boundaries a line that marks the limits of an area; a dividing line.
Unifying make or become united, uniform, or whole.
Created by: Adam Brickle