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GEOGRAPHY: ITS NATURE AND PERSPECTIVES Key Concepts That Define Geography Location?the position of something on earth?s surface ? Absolute Location ( aka Mathematical Location) ? Relative Location Place ?a specific point on earth with human and physical characteristics ? Every location is ?Unique? + ?Sense of Place? Space ?the physical gap or distance between two objects (Distance Decay & Time-Space Compression) 32.2 N. , 30.1 W Scale ?the relationship between the size of an object or distance between objects on a map and the size of the actual object or distance on earth?s surface ? Large Scale ?More (++++) Detail (examples: small towns or cities) ? Small Scale ? Less (- - - -) Detail (examples: state or national or Global Maps)

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