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Physical Vs. Human Geography
Transcript of Physical Vs. Human Geography
geography and science to
explain characteristics of
earth... Geography Examples Examples Although these 2 areas of geography are distinctly different, they are ABSOLUTELY connected. One has a direct impact on the other and they are both equally important to our understanding of the world... Physical vs. Human Human Geography- the study of the world through its people, communities, and cultures... Landforms are examples of Physical Geography Landforms include mountains, rivers, lakes, glaciers, deserts, oceans, and much, much more. Can you think of others? Climate Climate is another example of physical geography. Climate includes temperature, rainfall, snowfall, humidity, seasons, and much much more... Can you think of others? Other Physical Geography Lots of other things we study in geography can be classified as physical geography. For instance, things like natural resources, location of countries and capitals, map features like latitude and longitude, and lots of other things. coal Culture Culture is a really general term, but it explains things like traditional clothing, music, festivals, foods, and language. Culture varies widely from country to country, region to region, and continent to continent. Which cultures are you familiar with? Population Population gives us information about the people who live in a particular place. This information includes:
* Population Density- the number of people who share a specific area
* Demographics- the study of populations for data collection ( scientists who study populations are called demographers) Why do you think that information might be useful? Governments, Economies, and Religions Other important areas of human geography include governments, economies, and religions. By studying a country's governmental, economic, and religious systems we will understand a lot about that place and their people. What connections can you make between the following? Climate and traditional foods? Easy Medium Landforms and tourism? Difficult Geographical location and transportation? Conclusion Now, consider where you live... What physical and human geography characteristics are unique to your location? What landforms are there where you live? What are the traditional foods from your culture? What's the climate like? Where can you find it on a map? How do people get around where you're from? Thanks for watching... now go explore your world! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Col http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Namib_Desert_Namibia(2).jpg http://www.deepriverministries.org/ http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/habitats/rainforest-profile/ www.1ms.net www.tahoeclicks.com www.tumblr.com www.enchantedlearning.com en.wikipedia.com www.clker.com www.uncyclopedia.com www.flickr.com www.vietnamonline.com ms. Reyna's digital camera https://www.google.com.vn/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=A-Pg9wDlFoz0fM&tbnid=ofEtyxxGkVUAKM:&ved=0CAQQjB0&url=http%3A%2F%2Fmappery.com%2Fmap-of%2FVietnam-10m-LECZ-and-Population-Density-Map&ei=jHkIUa2nIundige3zYDoCw&bvm=bv.41642243,d.aGc&psig=AFQjCNFjVEZquc1pEHiAQtcYw8mkHVnLOQ&ust=1359596295482818 video.nationalgeographic.com www.flickr.com http://rosecestlavie.blogspot.com/2012/04/queen-elizabeth-ii-here-and-hair-for.html depositphotos.com www.religioustolerance.org ec.europa.eu www.circuitvietnam.com poster.4teachers.org sociologicalimagination.org www.oneonta.edu www.atlp.org nature.new7wonders.com blog.opendoorsusa.org vietnam-country.com hoffblog2.blogspot.com