Geography Relating to Science and Math
Explore geography skills of map reading, globe study, and land formations such as rivers, mountains, lakes, and oceans. Learn the effect geography has on the development of civilization. Geography studies the relationship between the earth and its people. Discover what Geographers are interested in, where people, plants, and animals live and where rivers, lakes, mountains, cities, and other geographic features are found. Geography depends greatly upon other fields of knowledge for basic information and takes materials from chemistry, geology, mathematics, physics, astronomy, anthropology and biology and relates it to the study of people and their environments.
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