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geography terms

Geography the study of the physical features of the earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity
5 Themes of Geography movement, region, human environmental interaction, location, and place
Human Environmental Interaction the way people modify, adapt to, or depend on their environment
Movement is the shifting of people, products, and ideas from one place to another
Location explains the absolute (also known as specific) or relative (also known as general) placement in the world
Regions areas that are large and share similar characteristics
Place refers to the physical (environment and animals) and human characteristics that make one area different from another
Equator an imaginary line around the Earth forming the great circle that is equidistant (equal distances) from the north and south poles
Continent The landmass on Earth is divided into continents. The seven current continents are Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America.
Created by: menzelr