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Regions Vocabulary

By: Kiana Oates 2/19/15 3-4 Period

Functional Regions A core that retains a specific characteristic that diminishes outwards.
Perceptual Region An area defined by subjective perceptions that reflect the feelings and images about key place characteristics.
Formal Region An area of near uniformity in one or several characteristics.
Physical Characteristics It is known as mother nature and with nature features, land forms, climate, weather, and time.
Human Characteristics The study of the interaction between human beings and their environment in particular places and across a spatial areas.
Boundaries Something that indicates a border or a limit.
Fuzzy Boundaries Is a concept of which the boundaries of an application cn vary considerably according to context, instead of being fixed once and for all.
Defined Boundaries Are more than to consider it more of the once of the context not getting fixed into other options.
Unifying Make or become united, uniform, or whole.
Created by: Kiana_05