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Space The area between two or more phenomena or things. is the heart of geography and geographers are intensely interested in how it is arranged
Location Identifies where specific phenomena are located either on a grid system or relative to another area
Place Refers to the specific human and physical characteristics of a location..
region A group of places in the same area that share a characteristic.
site The characteristics at the immediate location
Situation The location of a place relative to its surroundings and connectivity to other places
Sense of place Humans tend to perceive the characteristics of different places in different ways based on their personal beliefs.
Toponym A way a location can be designated.
Time space compression Shrinking of "time-distance" or relative distance, between locations because of improved methods of transportation and communication
Spatial interaction Refers to the contact, movement and flow of things between locations. Also, can flow through radios internet and roads.
Flow Patterns and movement of ideas, people, products.
Friction of Distance indicates that when things are farther apart, they tend to be less connected.
Distance decay The inverse relationship between distance and connection
Human environment-interaction The location and exchange between humans and the natural environment.
Built environment. The physical artifacts that humans have created and that form part of the land scape in their understanding of land use.
Cultural landscape The difference in architectural style in regions based on culture, physical landscapes.
Environmental Determinism The belief that landforms and climates are the most powerful forces shaping human behavior and societal development while ignoring the influence of culture.
Possibilism A view that acknowledges limits on the effects of the natural Enviromint and focuses on the role that humans play.
Inverse Opposite
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