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AP HuG 1.2 vocab

AP human geography vocab for section 1.2

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Location the position that something occupies on Earth's surface
Toponym the name given to a place on Earth
Site the physical characteristic of a place
Situation(relative location) the location of a place relative to other places
Absolute location describes the position of a place in a way that never changes
Cultural landscape a combination of cultural features such as agriculture and industry, and physical features such as climate and vegetation
Formal/uniform region a combination of cultural features such as agriculture and industry, and physical features such as climate and vegetation
Functional/nodal region an area organized around a node or focal point
vernacular/perceptual region an area that people believe exists as a part of their cultural identity
Culture the body of customary beliefs, material traits, and social forms that together constitutes the distinct tradition of a group of people
Spatial Association observed within a region if the distribution of one feature is related to distribution of another feature
Created by: kernst23