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Intro to Geography

geography study of the world, its people, and the landscapes they create
physical geography study of the world’s physical features, such as landforms, bodies of water, climates, soils, and plants
human geography study of the world’s people, communities, and landscapes
absolute location specific description of where a place is
relative location general description of where a place is using a second place to describe the location
continents large landmasses
weather short-term changes in the air for a given place and time
climate region’s average weather conditions over a long period
location a specific or relative spot
region characteristic that unifies the area and can be formal, functional, or vernacular
place describes the human and physical characteristics of a location
movement movement and migration of people, goods and ideas across the planet
human-environment interaction how humans adapt to and modify the environment
natural resource any material in nature that people use and value
renewable resources resources that can be replaced naturally
nonrenewable resources- resources that cannot be replaced
population total number of people in a given area
culture set of beliefs, values, and practices a group of people have in common
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