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The Five Themes of Geography
The Five Themes of Geography
What is geography
What is geography
Geography is the study of the earth and the ways people live and work
Geography is the study of the earth and the ways people live and work
What are the 5 themes
What are the 5 themes
Where are we
Where are we
Location
Location
Location
Location
What is it like
What is it like
Place
Place
Place
Place
Place
Place
Human Characteristics of USA
Human Characteristics of USA
Human Characteristics of USA
Human Characteristics of USA
Human-Environment Interaction
Human-Environment Interaction
Hurricane Andrew
Hurricane Andrew
Hurricane Andrew
Hurricane Andrew
Mudslide
Mudslide
H.E.I - Continued
H.E.I - Continued
H.E.I. - Continued
H.E.I. - Continued
Movement: the transfer of material and non-material entities from one
Movement: the transfer of material and non-material entities from one
Movement-Continued
Movement-Continued
Regions
Regions
Regions-Continued
Regions-Continued
Formal Regions
Formal Regions
Functional Regions
Functional Regions
Vernacular Regions
Vernacular Regions

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The Five Themes of Geography

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1 The Five Themes of Geography

The Five Themes of Geography

Edited by Joe Naumann, UMSL

2 What is geography

What is geography

3 Geography is the study of the earth and the ways people live and work

Geography is the study of the earth and the ways people live and work

Comes from the Greek word geographia “description of the earth”

4 What are the 5 themes

What are the 5 themes

The five themes are what geographers examine when learning about a destination. Location Place Movement Human-Environment Interaction Region

5 Where are we

Where are we

LOCATION answers this question in geography. There are two types of LOCATION. Absolute Location Relative Location

6 Location

Location

Absolute Location: The exact location of a country. This location can never move or change. Uses latitude & longitude Can be an address including the zip code

7 Location

Location

Relative Location The location of a place in relation to another geographic feature. Where is Lake Mead in relation to Las Vegas?

8 What is it like

What is it like

PLACE is what is described by people when they return from a destination. What do you imagine when you think of: China Russia France India

9 Place

Place

When looking at a place we need to examine two kinds of characteristics. Physical Characteristics Human Characteristics

10 Place

Place

Physical Characteristics: Describes the land forms, vegetation, and climate of a location. Las Vegas Valley-land surrounded by mountains & hills. Shrubs and cactus Dry, hot desert Miami, Florida Lowlands, swamps, and beaches Tropical flora and fauna Humid and hot

11 Place

Place

Human Characteristics: Examines the humans of the area. How many people live, work, and visit a place? What are their languages, customs, and beliefs? How does their economy work? What type of government do they have & how does it work?

12 Human Characteristics of USA

Human Characteristics of USA

Commonalities Languages? Religions? Economy? Government? Popular Locations?

13 Human Characteristics of USA

Human Characteristics of USA

Common languages: English & Spanish Religions: Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and many other religions. Economy: Mixed market Government: Democratic federal republic Popular Locations: Disney World, NYC, Las Vegas, LA, and Washington, D.C.

14 Human-Environment Interaction

Human-Environment Interaction

How do humans and the environment affect each other? Alteration: we change the environment & sometimes Mother Nature changes it back. Panama Canal Levies on floodplains (Earth City) Adaptation: when we cannot change the environment, we have to adjust to it. Floods in Mid-west Hurricane Andrew & Katrina California mudslides

15 Hurricane Andrew

Hurricane Andrew

16 Hurricane Andrew

Hurricane Andrew

17 Mudslide

Mudslide

18 H.E.I - Continued

H.E.I - Continued

There are three (3) key concepts to HEI. Humans adapt on the environment Mississippi River for transportation & water. Wearing clothes that are suitable for the weather. Humans alter the environment Heating & cooling buildings for comfort Build pools which increase humidity levels Humans depend on the environment Humans use the plants and animals as food and as raw materials Humans extract minerals from the earth’s crust to use as raw materials for making products

19 H.E.I. - Continued

H.E.I. - Continued

Environment is not just nature, but it is also a feeling! What is the environment of a big city with Los Angeles or New York City?

20 Movement: the transfer of material and non-material entities from one

Movement: the transfer of material and non-material entities from one

location to another.

Our world has been shaped by the movement of: Material entities People, resources, and Goods Non-material entities Mass Communication & energy We live in a global community and economy that depends on huge amounts of movement.

21 Movement-Continued

Movement-Continued

Humans occupy places unevenly on Earth due to the environment. We interact through Movement: travel, trade, and information.

22 Regions

Regions

Basic unit of study in geography. Display a unity in terms of a common characteristic. Government Language Landforms

23 Regions-Continued

Regions-Continued

There are three types of regions Formal Functional Vernacular

24 Formal Regions

Formal Regions

Defined by governmental or administrative boundaries. States Countries Continents Landforms Cultures Languages Religions, etc.

25 Functional Regions

Functional Regions

Defined by a function. Airline Service Area Newspaper Areas If the function ceases, the region no longer exists.

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26 Vernacular Regions

Vernacular Regions

Loosely defined by people’s perception. The U.S. South The U.S. Midwest The Middle East The U.S. Northeast The U.S. Bible Belt

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