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The Five Themes of Geography

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FC: The five Fabulos Themes of Geography

1: By Daniel Martell and Matt Whobrey

2: There are five themes of geography tht are commenly used. They are Location, Place Human Eviroment Interaction, Region and Movement.

3: Location | There are two types of Location, Relative and Absoulute. | Absoulute Location is where somthing is exactly by Latitude and Longetude. | Realitive location is where somthing is based on something else. Like, When you ive directions to youe house.

4: Movement | Movement is a change in place or position. You are working with movement everyday when you walk to lunch or go outside for recess.

5: One method of movement is by air. Others include by water, or by land.

6: Human Enviroment Interaction | Human Enviornmental Interaction is the third theme of geography it is defined by reciprocal relationship between humans and enviornment.

7: In other words it is when humans interact and change the enviornment.

8: Place | The fourth theme of geography is place and it is defined by the uniqueness of a place | In other words it is what makes the place stand out.

9: Mountains, landmarks(natral and man-made) influnce place. Often times place is only a perception of an area. Mountains and the Eiffel tower represent both of these types.

10: Region | Region is the fifth and final theme of geography and is defined by an are on earths surface marked by a degree of formal, functional, or perpectual homogeniety of some phenomenon.

11: In other words it is a specific area. The world is composed of innumeral regions.

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