List each of the five themes of geography and explain how geographers use

List each of the five themes of geography and explain how geographers use these themes to organize information about the earth.

2 months ago

Solution 1

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1) Location
2) Place
3) Human Environmental Interaction (HEI)
4) Movement
5) Region
Thats the 5 themes, I dont know the other question. Sorry!
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Solution 2

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2 months ago

Answer:

The Five Key Themes:

Location

Place

Region

Movement

Human-environment interaction

Explanation:

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