T1. Introduction to Geography
T2. Geographical Science
These are examples of temporary processes occurring on the Earth´s surface: cyclones, rain, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, wildfires, a street demonstration and they are known as:
The permanent elements on the Earth’s crust such as seas, rivers, forests, mountains, cities, and the climate are examples of?
Population, production and communication are examples of this type of landscape:
Soil, water, climate, flora, and fauna are elements of which type of landscape?
Both natural and cultural
The word geography comes from the Greek geo that means_____ and graphos that means_________, therefore Geography means:
He was a Greek mathematician, astronomer and geographer who invented the word geography
He was considered the father of modern geography, and studied the natural factors as a whole, also included historical studies.
He was a French geographer who defined Geography as “the study of the distribution of physical, biological and human phenomena, and the causes of such distribution and the local relationships of these phenomena with the Earth surface”.
This branch of Geography deals with the studies of natural phenomena; that is, those that are not involved with human activity, such as hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunamis, storms, or tornadoes.
This branch of Geography studies the flora and fauna distribution and their relationship with the environment in which they live.
This branch studies societies and how the occupation of territory affects them and the environment.