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relative location the position of a place or activity in relation to other places or activities; implies spatial relationships and usually suggests the relative advantages or disadvantages of a location with respect to all competing locations.
situation cultural charactistics of a place: relative location of a place
site physical characteristics of a place:abosulte location of a place
absolute location the exact position of an object/place stated in spatial cordinates eg, lattitude and longitude
spatial of or pertaining to space on or  near Earth’s surface. Often a synonym for geographical and used as an adjective to describe specific geographic concepts or processes.
scale size of a place from local to global
sequent occupance successive habitation of same area over time; builds layer after layer in the region.
natural landscape physical attributes
toponym name given to portion of earth
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