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Diesel's travels

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FC: Diesel's journey of New York

1: This is a story of a boy named Jack Diesel and his Journey through New York City. Diesel encounters many opsticals and the five themes of geography throughout his travels

2: THE BIG APPLE | Diesel was new to the big apple and was very confuseD about its location. he needed to find out so he could tell his family where he exactly was

3: Since diesel was a traveler he couldn't afford fancy hotels, so he was residing in Central Park for his time in New York City. | He told his parents that he was staying in Central Park, which is in Manhattan and between 59th and 110th street. So his parents knew exactly where he was he gave them the exact location of 40 46 north/ 73 58 west | fa | Location can be described as either exact or relative. Relative is where you describe your location by saying it is by or close to it. Like it is across the street from the library. Exact location is latitude and longitude

4: Now that diesel's parents knew where he was staying and they were ok with it. He started his journey through New York City. | Diesel dreamed of going to Columbia university, which is relatively close to central park. As he ventured the streets to get there he noticed some features about new York.

5: He noticed some physical characteristics like the Hudson River that runs through the city and some human features such as that the city is very loud and diverse. He also noticed that there were many different kinds of people that lived there.

6: Diesel saw how the people here adapted to their environment by Connecting all the islands together with bridges and with the limited land they have they built skyscrapers to take up less land but have more people in them.

7: These are all examples of human environment interactions. | human environment interactions are the way humans adapt to and modify the environment. Humans can shape the landscape through their interactions with the land.

8: Diesel didn't walk everywhere because he would get too tired so he used the subway to get around. Sometimes when he had to get to another island he would hitch a ride on a barge.

9: The subway is an example of movement and also the barge because it moves people and goods places. Telephones would also be an example because it moves news around. newspaper,cars,etc.

10: After Diesel got off the barge he was charged for not paying to go to a different region of New york. | Diesel did not know what a region was, so he hiked to the public library to find out. Turns out NYC is split up into a few islands and they refer to them as regions here.

11: The real definition of a region is- something that divides the world into manageable units for geographic study. Regions have some sort of characteristic that unifies the area.

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  • Title: Diesel's travels
  • a story of a traveler that encounters the five themes of geography on the way
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  • Published: about 8 years ago